ICT Guild, Tehran University Building Bonds
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ICT Guild, Tehran University Building Bonds

In line with policy to strengthen ties between universities and industries, Iran’s ICT Guild Organization—known as NASR Organization— signed a memorandum of understanding Monday with  Tehran University’s Faculty of Management. 
The head of NASR noted that when it comes to the ICT industry, the private sector is almost always short of skilled human resources—this is while universities are apparently teaching and training the young people required for the crucial sector. 
“With closer interaction between the ICT guilds and centers of higher learning, the demands of both can and will be met,” ISNA quoted Naser Ali Sa’adat as saying.   
He added that the two can hold joint conferences along with real and virtual educational workshops while promoting case studies. A joint workgroup will be created to oversee the advancement of such projects.
“Universities can make use of research facilities at NASR organization and in return introduce more research projects in areas required by our organization.” 
Tahmoures Hassanqolipour, a Tehran University instructor, noted that by further promoting entrepreneurship the two sides should facilitate university graduates who want to enter the job market. 

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