News ID: 304471
Publish Date: 30 May 2011 - 04:34
Today
Navideshahed: Jesus Zaarepour, the secretary of the first Fava (Technology, Information and Cummunication) Martyr Engineers Memorial Ceremony informed us of holding a presentation for 3 new books in the ceremony.

Jesus Zaarepour, in a report by Navideshahed, said: "Biographies, memories, handwritings, wills and photos of 350 martyr engineers in the fields of technology, information and communication are put in a book called Fava memorial."

"Most of these martyrs were university students in the fields of electrical, electronic, information and communication, computer, aerospace, and computer sciences engineering in different universities throughout the country, and some of them military forces martyrs," he emphasized.

The head of the Center of IT and Digital Media Development in the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance asserted: "In addition to the aforementioned memorial book, two other authored titles about two martyrs (Gholamreza Rezaei and Ali Bolourchee) would be presented."

"Martyr Gholamreze Rezaei was on of the Sharif University instructors who died in as a martyr 2000 because of war chemical attacks injuries. Martyr Ali Bolourchee was a Sharif University student in the field of electronic engineering who became a martyr in Karbala 5 operation," Zaarepour added.

The secretary of the First Fava Martyr Engineers Memorial Ceremony, referring to the publication of the aforementioned books by "Khane Ketab" institution, said: "The memorial stamp of Fava martyrs along with a software on the same subject will also be presented on the sidelines of the memorial ceremony. Part of this software is dedicated to the aforementioned books text."


The first Fava Martyr Engineers Memorial Ceremony will be started on Saturday 3 p.m., 28th May 2011, by institutions such as The Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance, The Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, General Headquarters of Armed Forces and Foundation of Martyrs and Veterans' Affairs in Shahid Chamran Meetings Hall of Tehran University.

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Source: Iran Books Press (IBNA)

Jesus Zaarepour, in a report by Navideshahed, said: "Biographies, memories, handwritings, wills and photos of 350 martyr engineers in the fields of technology, information and communication are put in a book called Fava memorial." "Most of these martyrs were university students in the fields of electrical, electronic, information and communication, computer, aerospace, and computer sciences engineering in different universities throughout the country, and some of them military forces martyrs," he emphasized. The head of the Center of IT and Digital Media Development in the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance asserted: "In addition to the aforementioned memorial book, two other authored titles about two martyrs (Gholamreza Rezaei and Ali Bolourchee) would be presented." "Martyr Gholamreze Rezaei was on of the Sharif University instructors who died in as a martyr 2000 because of war chemical attacks injuries. Martyr Ali Bolourchee was a Sharif University student in the field of electronic engineering who became a martyr in Karbala 5 operation," Zaarepour added. The secretary of the First Fava Martyr Engineers Memorial Ceremony, referring to the publication of the aforementioned books by "Khane Ketab" institution, said: "The memorial stamp of Fava martyrs along with a software on the same subject will also be presented on the sidelines of the memorial ceremony. Part of this software is dedicated to the aforementioned books text." The first Fava Martyr Engineers Memorial Ceremony will be started on Saturday 3 p.m., 28th May 2011, by institutions such as The Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance, The Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, General Headquarters of Armed Forces and Foundation of Martyrs and Veterans' Affairs in Shahid Chamran Meetings Hall of Tehran University. The End Source: Iran Books Press (IBNA)
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