Iran, Pakistan to collaborate in education
Islamabad Leading universities of Iran will soon collaborate with Pakistani universities and have joint ventures in different fields of education.

This was expressed by Focal Person Women of Iran, Dr. Masooma Mohammadi, leading an Iranian delegation, during her visit to Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) on Saturday.

She said Pyam-e-Noor Distance Learning University in Tehran, Tehran University and Industrial University will sign MoUs with Pakistani universities particularly with AlOU in different fields.

Dr Masooma Mohammadi said women week on the birth anniversary of Hazrat Fatima Zahra (R.A) is celebrated and leading women in each sector start their journey to Muslim counties to meet women and do something for their inspiring.

A woman has her own rights and obligations according to Islam and can bring changes by following the teachings of Islam. She said that women are provided opportunities in Iran in each sector to play their role. 60% female and 40% male are under study in the universities of Iran.

Dr Masooma Mohammadi said that Shuhada Foundation has been set up for rehabilitation of the widows and orphans affected during ten years war of Iran.

Deputy Consulate of Irani Cultural Consulate in Islamabad Ali Dashti said that high level delegation of Pyame Noor Open University, Tehran, will visit AlOU to explore possibilities of signing MoUs in the different fields of education.The news

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