Iran Cultural Council Nairobi organize a Round Table Discussion about Iran after the 40 years of Islamic Revolution: Scientific backtrack or progress?

  • Posted by: khamis

The matter of scientific progress and science production is perhaps one of the most important indicators of a country’s progress or backtrack. Thus, if someone wants to really understand whether a country has undergone a decline or has advanced, they can get to the answer by investigating these two indicators.

That’s why the Cultural Council of the Embassy of Iran organized a one day round table discussion with Lecturers, Media and religious leaders   at the Iran Embassy offices at lower Kabete on 7th February 2019.

In attendance included the Ambassador of the Embassy of I.R Iran, H.E Dr. Hadi Farajvand, The Cultural Counsellor Mr. Mahmoud Majlesain, Supreme Council of Kenya Muslim Chairman Ambassador Yusuf Nzibo, Mr. Karori Mbugua The Chairman Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies University of Nairobi, Mr Hassan Kulundu from the Editors Guild, Dr. Hassan Kinyua, Lecturer University of Nairobi among other distinguished guest.

The discussion  provided an overview of the scientific status of Iran and then investigated Iran’s status in some of the main technological sciences:

A report by a group of students and professors of Imam Hossein University in Iran on the Trend study of the 40th Anniversary of the Islamic Republic of Iran; the best ranks in International statistics was discussed during the round table.

Roundtable Discussion

RoundTable part 2

 

 

 

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