Saturday, June 25, 2022

Education

UNICEF worried about Afghan girls education

The UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) has welcomed the reopening of schools in Afghanistan but stressed girls must not be kept away from the classrooms.

Iran bans 2030 document on education

Pursuant to the order of the Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution and also the announcement of the Supreme Council of Cultural Revolution’s resolution, the Ministry of Education instructed provincial education departments to cancel the 2030 Document on Education.

Afghans to get scholarship and special residency in Iran

Iran says it is granting scholarships and special residency to top Afghan students and academics.

Islamic Azad University launches branch in Beirut

Iran’s Islamic Azad University has launched a technology and innovation center in Lebanon. That’s according to Islamic Azad University’s Research, Technology and Innovation Deputy.

Elite Afghan Students Handed Scholarship in Iran’s Yazd University

The chancellor of Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical Sciences of Yazd in central Iran says the university has handed scholarships to 20 top Afghan students to continue their studies at its international campus.

Iran’s New School Year to Start in Late September: Raisi

Iran’s president says the new school year will begin in late September, but in-person training will be postponed until the health conditions are met.

Iran Unveils Virtual Educational Courses on Life Skills for Girls

Iran’s Education Ministry and the Vice Presidency for Women and Family Affairs have unveiled educational content for virtual courses on “special life skills for girls”.

Iran‌ Says Ready to Provide Lab Equipment for Afghan Universities

Iranian Vice-President Sorena Sattari says the country is prepared to provide laboratory equipment for the universities of Afghanistan.

Iranian Women Shining in Higher Education Sector: Minister

Iran’s minister of science, research and technology says Iranian women have had a brilliant performance in the higher education domain.

All Equipment in School Students’ Research Centres Built Domestically: Iran

A senior Iranian official says all the equipment used in school students’ research centres in the country is built domestically.

Iranian Teacher Spends Inheritance on Buying Tablets for Deprived Students

Hossein Assadi is an exemplary Iranian teacher and a scientific elite, with a track record studded with medals and certificates of commendation. But this is not what he is known for.

Top Iranian Professor of Political Sciences Dies of Coronavirus

Senior Iranian researcher, author and university professor Davood Feirahi has died of coronavirus infection.

Difficulties of Online Learning in Iran’s Remote Areas

While millions of Iranian students do not go to schools and attend their classes remotely because of the coronavirus pandemic, a huge number of kids in the remote areas have to travel along hard paths to find a place where there is celluar coverage.

Iranian, Afghan Students Commemorate Kabul University Attack Victims

A group of Iranian and Afghan university students gathered in front of the Afghan embassy in Tehran to commemorate the martyrdom of numerous students of Kabul University in the recent ISIS attack.

Iranian Kid Dies after Taking on ‘Momo Challenge’

An Iranian child has lost his life due to taking on the so-called “Momo challenge".

How to Write Admission Paper for College

Getting into college is the most critical part of a person’s life. The process is selective because it is meant to attract the best characters. It would help if you had good grades in high school.

COVID-19 Makes Learning Even More Difficult for Exceptional Students

Schools in Iran are offering virtual learning facilities to their students amid the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, but e-learning is not quite easy for all students.

Three More Iranian Cities Registered on UNESCO’s List of Learning Cities

Three Iranian cities have joined the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)’s global network of learning cities.

Iran’s President Voices Concern over Relative Rise in COVID-19 Infections

The Iranian president has expressed concern over a drop in the percentage of people who abide by health protocols amid a surge in the coronavirus outbreak.

Iran’s President Rings In School Year 2020

The Iranian president has officially opened the new school year while urging all to keep observing health protocols amid the coronavirus outbreak.

5 Reasons Why Non-History Majors Should Study Civil War

It is inevitable for a student aiming for a history degree to study the Civil War. The Civil War was a battle in the United States fought from 1861 to 1865 between the Northern States (Union) and the Southern States (Confederates). This historical event of enormous importance started because uncompromising inequality between the free and the slave states with the aim to get rid of slavery.

Microsoft 70-761 Exam: Key Benefits and Role of Practice Tests in Your Preparation Process

The Microsoft SQL Server database platform has really dominated the entire enterprise database marketplace. This makes the individuals with SQL Server skills and knowledge highly sought-after in almost every job market.

What Are Advantages of Holding CompTIA A+ Certification?

There are a lot of divergent opinions regarding earning a certification, especially an entry-level one such as CompTIA A+.

Iran to Reopen Schools Based on Odd-Even Plan: Minister

Iran’s education minister says students will go to school on an odd/even plan in the new educational year in order to contain the novel coronavirus.

1,500 Scientists Return to Iran to Work at Research Centres

Over 1,500 Iranian scientists and experts have returned to the country in the past few years to cooperate with universities and innovation centres, the government says.

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