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Islamic Azad University, Maybod  Branch

 


Table   of Contents

Subject

Foreword

Maybod, a gem in the deserts heart

The Chancellors   statement

The Administrative   &   Financial  Deputyship

The Eductional Deputyship

The Students Affairs Deputyship

The Research Deputyship

The Development Deputyship

The Cultural Deputyship

Pictures

The Former Chancellors

 

Islamic Azad University, Maybod Branch, Public Relations

 

 

 

 

Tel:     0352- 7780161-4                                                       Fax:0352-7880969

 

 

Dr. Jasbi, Chief  Chancellor:

          The third generation of the Islamic Revolution with a lot of questions and problems is not still adequately and sufficiently satisfied. In fact, aimportant issue which must be taken into consideration is how to treat the third generation. However, it has so far been very successful. The third generation is now subjected to anti Islamic centers propaganda;  In treating the first and the second generations of the Revolution, the intra – religious method, that is reasoning based upon the Quran, Hadith and religious authorities, was enough, but the third generation must be treated by the inter – religious method, that is defending justice, liberty, philosophical, scientific and historical independence. With regards to the technological developments in the world today, we should root inside the youth our control.

 

Maybod, a Gem  in the Desert’s    Heart

 

            The town of Maybod, with an area of 1277 km2 -from   6ْ: 32 to   19ْ:32 north longitude and 36ْ:53

to 21ْ:54  east Longitude – is  fifty  kilometers

northwest of the center of the province. The statistics of the Civil Status Registry Office and Public Health Dept. in 2003 indicate a population of 75000.

         According to some historical reports, regional and geomorphological evidence, Maybod has been built and developed near a dried, desert lake called “the Lake of Save. ” Historians and tourists have attributed the town’s genesis to Sasanian’s era (Kings Ghobad  & yazdgurd.) Moreover, geographers of the Islamic period have considered  it as a city of fars and some have reputed the town to Isfahan.

          Maybod, with regards to records and evidence available in historical books and old buildings, is the remainder of an ancient region and the memorial of centuries and millenniums. It is said in the history of yazd that Yazdgurd had three colonels named Bidar, Aghdar and Maybodar who built the villages of Bideh, Aghda and Maybod respectively.

           As some ancient  transcripts  indicate, the time of the city’s construction is said to be before the birth of Christ, and its climax of glitter and reputation is attributed to Al-e-Mozafar’s power era. Moreover, the oldest deed of historical identity and the sign of the very beginning of civilization is known to be the ancient castle of Narin, famous as Hosn-e-Hasin. It was built by solemon. Masjed Jame is another historical construction buil tin 913  A.H- its ancient altar shows 867 A.H.

             Other hist orical religious buildings are as follows: Imam Hassan Mosque, BiBi Khadijeh Khatoon Mousoleum, the Brick Refrigerator, Shah Abassi caravancerai, the traditional Couriers’ Resting  Place, the Double- stoned Mill, Seid Sadradin Ghanbar Shrine, the castles of Mehrjard and  Barjin, Pir- e – Bafruyeh, Pir – e – Cheragh, Cabootar Khan Tower, Mirzaie – Ha Tower, the Humble Sharestan, the Rampart, the town’s Western Gate and Mir Shamsal Hagh shrine.

 

              Maybod has been the birthplace of notables like Abulfazl Rashidadin Maybodi- the commentator of Khatiral Molk Maybodi’s 

Kashfal Asrar and Edatal Abrar - , Ghazi Mir Hossein – a nineth century A.H. philosopher, poet and scientist- , Ayatallah Haery Maybodi – founder of Qom ’s Hozeh Elmieh and Imam Khomeini’s master - , Ayatallah Arafi – the town’s late Imam Jome – and his fruitful, wise son sheikh Alireza Aerafi.

              Maybod has also been considerably successful in scientific grounds ; Maybodi students have held a good number of university acceptance for several con sequtive years. Presenting more than a thousand experienced, worthy doctors to the society can be a good example of this continuous success. Furthurmore, many of the city’s educated are engaged in lecturing at universities inside and outside the country.

               Handicraft:

       Maybod is an ancient handicraft center whose products are internationally

celebrated. The city’s chief products are pots, zilu (a kind of pileless cotton carpet), woven wicker baskets, locks and so on. Dyeing and turning are also common.

 

             Agriculture:

            The chief agricultural products of this region are wheat, cotton, pistachio and pomegranate, which not only meet the city and province’s demands, but are exported to other provinces as well.

 

      

           Industry:

There are many large and small factories producing tiles, ceramics, steel, stone, mucilage, bricks, motorcycles, glassware and so forth.

 

            Higher Education:

The several higher education centers are listed below:

-         Islamic Azad University, inaugurated in 1987, presently having over 32 majors in post- secondary, Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, with nearly 6000 students.

-         Quranic Sciences College, since 1994, affiliated with the Higher Education Organization and Endowment & Charity Organization, having about 500 students.

-         Theology College, with 2 majars: Islamic jurisprudence & Law, and, Hadith Sciences, having 1500 students, and accepting students in Master of Hadith Sciences this year, established in 1995.

-         Payam – e – Noor university, established in 2000, with 200 students in 5 majors, accepting students in Business Administration, Agricultural Economics, and Handicraft, having about 2000 students.

-         Vocational school, affiliated with the Ministry of Education  & Training, inaugurated in 1997, and  having 1000 students in 15 majors.

-         I fmam Khomeini Vocational Center, affiliated with the state Vocational Organization, making  over 2500 students qualified with technical skills each year.

-         Comprehensive Scientific  &  Applied  College, since 2000, with 1000 students in three majors, affiliated with the Ministry of Research  & Technology.

-         Maybod Education &  Training Organization, covering 140 schools with more than 16,000 students.

 

 

The Chancellor’s Statement-

            The Islamic Revolution of Iran, having gaineda victory in 1978 with Imam Khomeini’s brave leadership, rebutted all the plans of Islam and  Iran’s enemies and eradicated in this Imam zaman’s state oppression, cruelty and injustice forever.

            The Revolution was based upon belief in God, religion, science and intellectual innovation.

             The several hunderd per cent increase in the number of the educated and the rise in the number of the academic from 150,000 in the beginning of the Revolution to 2,150,000 in 2004 may well prove this fact.

             The Islamic Azad University started operation with Ayatallah Hashemi’s suggestion approved by the late leader. With an educational space area of 10 million m2, 150.000 students and 25,000 faculty members, it is now regarded as the largest non-profit institution which has no share- holders and whose whole properties belong to the Islamic Republic.

             The Islamic Azad University, Maybod Branch was Inaugurated in 1987 with 200 students in post – secondary majors and now, with 6000 students in post – secondary, Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, is the second very big academic center in the whole province.  Maybod, with regards to its outstanding higher education criteria, that is first rank in the number of graduates to population, students to population and native students to population, is ready for higher education development. Of course, the grounds for such development must be provided much more quickly and required planning has been laid in order for this goal to be arrived at.

God  Willing,

 

 

 

The Chairmanship

It consists of the Chancellor’s office, Securities Center, Public Relations, Ana Newsagency and Legal Affairs Office.

 

 

The Governing Body:

1.      Vice chancellor for educational affairs;

2.      Vice chancellor for reseach affairs;

3.       Vice chancellor for administrative & financial affairs;

 4.         Vice  chancellor for students, affaire;

 5.        Vice  chancellor for development ;

6.      Head of the Islamic Culture’s Publicity Office;

7.      Manager of Securities Section;

8.      Administrative Manager;

9.      Dean of the Engineering Faculty;

10.  Dean of the Humanities Faculty;

11.  Dean of the Agricultural Faculty;

 

Administrative and Financial Deputyship

 

       With regards to the minute, continual, objective control and supervision over financial and administrative affairs, registration and filing of documents, and the transfer of assets, this deputy is considered as rather important.

      The deputy, enjoying the two financial and administrative managements, and observing the laws and regulations of the organization, is paving way for the university’s completion of objectives.

 

 

 

A Description of Some of the Administrative Management’s Duties:

-         employment  regulations’ enforcement

-         involvement in balancing the personnel budget

-         attending the board’s meetings

-         organizing transportation affairs and convenience service

-         carrying out affairs related to celebration, conferences and seminars

       other Administrative section’s Duties:

* supplies department:

-         equipping and maintaining laboratories, studios, the library, installations, faculties, dormitories, etc

-         * transportation    department:

- providing appropriate service for all university sections

- providing drivers with suitable accommodation

* central secretariat:

- typing and printing

- Sending and receiving correspondence

services department:

-         Keeping clean all university sections

-         Moving and transporting goods, equipment and instruments

-         Daily cleaning of the classrooms

Securities  Center:

-         Controlling and registering arrivals and departures of staff as well as properties and vehicles

-         Controlling and maintaining premises

-         Watching students’ vehicles in the parking lot

 

 

Telecommunications Center:

-                   This center has so for been very active. Some of its achievements are as follows:

-         Ip phone operating system on fiber optic networks with cost over 800 million rials in the current year

-         Increasing telephone booths from 1 to 23

-         Installing a free phone booth in the clinic

-         Establishing a Long – distance- calls Center with the cooperation of the Private Sector

 

Personnel   Department:

-         Receiving payment softwares and updates  from the Headquarters

-         Paying staff’s salaries, bonuses, granting leaves, etc.

-         Concluding contracts with fixed – term staff

       

copy center:

-          Copying and printing

-         Servicing all sections’ copiers and printers

 

Financial  Management:

The Financial Management has 18 positions with 15 employees at present. Positions will be increased to 25 in the future.

Current posts:

-         Financial affairs management; 5 members of staff

-         One person in charge of properties

-         Students’ tuition; 5 members of staff

-         Welfare Fund Center; 2 members of staff

 

The Welfare Fund Center:

     This center was established for the sake of helping students pay their tuitions more easily, and has so far granted various kinds of loans  totally work 4,800,000,000 Rls. With regards to the future augmentation of the Fund’s financial backing, it is well

 

Educational   Deputyship

 

 

        Training quality has ever been thought of as the most important goal of universities and higher education centers, and since it is mainly based upon students and their promotion, it demands special consideration. Therefore; a generative educational system can be very effective in facilitating learning, flourishing students’ talents and eventually speeding the scientific development of the society.

          The educational deputyship, in cooperation with other deputies, has continuously tried to realize this by enforcing educational laws and regulations, setting short and long- term plans for the enhancement of the educational activities both in quantity and quality, recruiting faculty members, supervising current educational affairs of the faculties, answering to students’ problems and satisfying them, and providing suitable conditions for postgraduate education.

 

 

The deputy’s administrative structure:

 

Members    of    the   Faculty:

             Recruiting faculty members regarding acceptable criteria is one of the university’s major goals  and on this basis, a top priority of the educational programs  is for the faculty members to acquire higher scientific degrees, more teaching skills and to present. research projects. Nevertheless, it should be noted that various research projects have so far been presented by the faculty members. At present, the branch has 97 full-time and part-time faculty members as well as 250 lecturers. These statistics well show the growing process of development.

 

Majors:

         The Islamic Azad university, Maybod Branch has 32 majors (in post-secondary, Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees) and is providing grounds for running Geology, Information

Technology and Jurisprudence majors (in Bachelor’s degree) as well as Vegetable Products Engineering, Law, Environmenal Engineering, Computer Engineering and Range   &   Watershed Management (Master’s).

 

Part time

Full time

Male

Female

Degree

Major

No.

-

ü       

ü  

-

Post-secondary

Substance Eng Ceramics

1

-

ü       

-

ü   

Post-secondary

Obstetrics

2

-

ü       

ü  

-

Post-secondary

Civil Eng.- Topography

3

-

ü       

ü  

ü   

Post-secondary

Computer Eng.- Software

4

-

ü       

ü  

-

Post-secondary

Environment Technology

5

-

ü       

ü  

-

Post-secondary

Plant Production

6

ü   

-

ü  

ü   

Post-secondary

Substance Eng Ceramics

7

ü   

-

ü  

-

Post-secondary

Civil Eng.- Topography

8

ü   

-

-

ü   

Post-secondary

Computer Eng

9

ü   

-

 

ü   

Post-secondary

Agronomic Affairs

10

-

ü     

ü  

ü   

Associate to the bachelor

Plant Production

11

-

ü     

-

ü   

Post-secondary to the bachelor

Civil Eng

12

-

ü     

ü  

ü   

Post-secondary to the bachelor

Computer Eng.- Software

13

-

ü     

ü  

ü   

Post-secondary to the bachelor

Englesh teaching Language

14

-

ü     

-

ü   

Post-secondary to the bachelor

Civil Eng.- Topography

15

-

ü     

-

ü   

Post-secondary to the bachelor

Range and Watershed Management

16

-

ü     

ü  

ü   

Bachelor’s

Pure Mathematic

17

-

ü     

-

ü   

Bachelor’s

Civil Eng.- Topography and  survieng

18

-

ü     

ü  

ü   

Bachelor’s

Geography – Carthography

19

-

ü     

ü  

ü   

Bachelor’s

Natural Resources Eng. -  Environment

20

-

ü     

ü  

ü   

Bachelor’s

Natural Resources Eng.- Range & Watershed  -Management

21

-

ü     

ü  

ü   

Bachelor’s

Computer Eng.- Software

22

-

ü     

ü  

ü   

Bachelor’s

Computer Eng.- Hardware

23

-

ü     

ü  

ü   

Bachelor’s

Substance Eng.- Ceramics

24

-

ü     

ü  

ü   

Bachelor’s

English Translation

25

-

ü     

ü  

ü   

Bachelor’s

Journalism

26

-

ü     

ü  

ü   

Bachelor’s

Law

27

-

ü     

ü  

ü   

Bachelor’s

Agronomy

28

-

 

-

ü   

Bachelor’s

Obstetrics

29

-

ü     

ü  

ü   

Master of Science

Agronomy

30

-

ü     

ü  

ü   

Master of Science

Watershed Management

31

-

ü     

ü  

ü   

Master of art

Master of Private Law

32

 

 

Graduates’ statistics:

           This academic center has so far managed to deliver about 22000 graduates.

 

Postgraduate   Education:

           Considering sciences as being applied and the society’s need for professionals, this branch has taken effective steps towards being useful to the society. Increasing faculty members to acceptable criteria and facilitating laboratories and educational equipment in order for the approval of running Master’s degree and Ph.D majors according to the fourth five-year development plan are some of these steps. It should be noted that the branch has accepted students in Agronomy, Master’s degree, Master of Watershed Management and Master of Private Law.

 

Development Plan:

1.      Recruiting Ph.D faculty members and offering scholarships to current members

2.      setting  research as top priority

3.      increasing Master’s and Ph.D majors

4.      reaching an appropriate student  teacher / ratio

5.      increasing the quantity and quality of education

6.      facilitating laboratories with up-to-date equipment

7.      increasing lecturers’ abilities by arranging training workshops

8.      increasing staff abilities by on-duty training

 

Postgraduate Majors expected to be run during the Fourth Five-year Development Plan:

 

No.

Major

Master’s

Ph.D

1

Range

ü       

×

2

Law

ü       

×

3

Ceramics

ü       

×

4

Computer

ü       

×

5

Communications

ü       

×

6

Environment

ü       

×

7

English Translation

ü       

×

8

Law

×

ü       

9

Agronomy

×

ü       

10

Computer

×

ü       

 

 

Students’ Affairs Deputyship

        This deputy started working as an independent deputy since 1997 and has had a relatively outstanding growth in offering services to students within the previous years.

          Services offered and activities done by this deputy can be divided into six categories:

 

 

A.     Students’ Administrative Affairs:

-         Issuing studentship certificates to be presented to administrations, departments, organizations, etc.

-         Issuing certificates of educational exemption from military service for boys

-         Carrying out all the affairs in connection with guesting and transfer applicants

 

 

B.     Services:

This section is in charge of providing such services as accommodation, food, convenience and the like as presented below:

-         Halls of Residence:

Providing non-native students with suitable accommodation has been one of the university’s top priorities over the past years. With this end in view, four dormitories with acapacity of 1600 have so far been built and facilitated for non-native girls.

1. Valeye asr Dormitory: with an area of 5800 m , three-storied, having appropriate facilities such as a study hall with a capacity of 150, praying room, television hall and green and, accepting 460 girls.

2.  Velayat Complex:

          The complex enjoys a total capacity of 900 girls and is consisted of the three following dormitories:

          Velayat 1, one – storied, 2800 m   in area and Velayat 2, two- storied , 5600 m  in area, total capacity of 700 girls, built in 2000 and 2002, respectively. Velayat 3, with a capacity of 200 girls, built in 2005.

3. Zeinabieh Dormitory: With an area of 2000 m  and a beautiful conventional façing, accepting 240 girls each year since 1995.

 

- The Dining Complex:

         The construction of this complex started in 1996 and two dining saloons were utilized in the first phase, each having an area of 1050 m . Saloon 1 is used as students’ dining hall serving 2500 dishes a day, and Saloon 2 as the Buffet and Main Store. The second and third phases, utilized this year, consist of a kitchen, a foodstuffs warehouse, a freezer, public convenience, and a lecturers’ self- service.

- The Shuttle   Service:

       With regards to the fact that about 4000 students are now living in Maybod and almost the  same number in the surrounding cities of Ardakan and yazd , the university has itself taken action to provide students with suitable services.

As for the university- town route and return which is 8 kms long, five buses have been employed giving service in return for tickets. Furthermore, contracts are signed each year with qualified companies for the university – yazd route and return, 50 kms long.

 

-         The Bakery: 75 m  in area, with perfect baking equipment, utilized in 1998. It meets the needs of the dining complex as well as the students.

-         Public Services Department:

        In the way of providing more convenience for the students, almost every required service is offered by this department. It was utilized in 1999 and offers such services as typing, copying, making long- distance calls, postal services, stationery, etc.

C.     Graduation  Affairs:

This  section is entrusted with carrying out all the affairs in relation to graduates. Some of the achievements of the academic year 2004-2005 are as follows:

1.      Issuing Certificates of graduation: 1800

2.      Dispatching certificates to the headquarters:700

3.      Dispatching temporary certificates to the headquarters: 450

4.      Dispatching detailed report cards to the headquarters

5.      Number of graduates in 2004:900

D.    Physical Education and Extracurricular Activities:

Regarding  the conditions of the youth and their need for

extracurricular activities beside education, this department offers good services in various sports grounds. Some of these services may be holding sports events, matches and tournaments and selecting the superior teams in every major, sending superior teams to local and national matches, holding sports Olympiads and so on.

           The physical Education & Extracurricular Activities Dept, having two large saloons, one for boys and the other for girls, and all kinds of sports equipment has so far been one of the most successful sections in the university. It has managed to train professionals for national teams such as judo, taekwando, fencing and squash.

              Participants have been successful in acquiring the fallowing ranks in the state national team:

- Asia’s   third  rank in Judo

- Asia’s third rank in Fencing

            Moreover,  obtaining top ranks in basketball, taekwando, chess, badminton, tennis and wrestling matches within areas 4 and 7 of the Islamic Azad university can be mentioned as the pride of the department.

 

E.     Valy – e - Asr Clinic:

The clinic   was established in 1998 for the sake of offering health and hygiene services to students, teachers and the staff. Almost every medical service is freely provided by this center.

The clinic enjoys a doctor, some nurses , a pharmacy and an ambulance as well.

The university is now attempting to expand the services offered by this center and, since the clinic is now placed in the Humanities Faculty, to establish an independent medical complex.

 

F. Consultation   Affairs:

1. The consultancy:

The consultancy started its official operation in 1993 and has presented various consultative services in educational, social, family, marriage and employment matters over the past years.

2. Students Relations Office:

      Since there is always a possibility of wrong doing in the young and referring wrongdoers’ cases to the securities section may have negative rather than positive effects, this office was established in 2004 with the aim of causing positive effects. The office is charged with the duty of admonishing such students and, if needed, informing the matter to their parants as well as giving  helpful advice.

 

The Research Department

The Islamic Azad University, as part of the great scientific and research body of Iran, is determinedly trying to overcome all the difficulties ahead of the research way.

The different sections of the deputyship:

- Bureau of Laboratories and workshops’ Affairs

- Industrial Relations Office

- Planning and Budget Office

- Information Technology Office

- Research Affairs’ Office

- Associations

- Young Researchers Club

- Library Affairs’ Office

- Publications

 

The Deputyship’s Main Duties

The Research Affairs’ Office

-         Presenting Plans on research activities

-         Granting study opportunities  to faculty members

-         Evaluating research activities and faculty members

-         Managing and Facilitating laboratories and workshops

-         Managing the library and providing required books, magazines and other publications

-         Holding scientific, educational and research seminars

-         Offering required audio – visual services

The Planning and Budget Office

-         Preparing university’s development plans

-         Balancing the budget

-         Evaluating and supervising presented plans and programs

-         Analyzing statistics and information to prepare plans

-         Evaluating branch’s grade each year in accordance with quality and quantity indexes and obtaining new grades from the Headquarters

-         Analyzing and evaluating the function of the budget in comparison with the plans of the branch

The Information Technology Office:

-         Presenting software and hardware services

-         Collecting information and statistics and maintaining records

-         Presenting Internet services and running information centers

The Industrial Relations Office:

-         Carrying out affairs in relation to scientific, training visits and students’ theses especially in Master’s degrees

-         Communicating with the province’s industries and factories

The Bureau of Laboratories & workshops’ Affairs

-         Facilitating laboratories and workshops

 

Laboratories and  workshops

 

         Name                                                           Using  Department

Microbiology & Parasitology              ®   Obstetrics

Entomology  & zoology                      ®   Range & Watershed  Management, Agronomy,

                                                                     Environment

Geology  & Petrology                         ®   Range & Watershed Management, Environment

Aerial Photographs                             ®   Range & Watershed Management, Environment

Biochemistry  & Contamination        ®   Agronomy, Environment

Language Laboratories 1,2                 ®    English Translation

General Physics                                  ®   Agronomy, Ceramics

Physics 1, 2                                         ®   Computer, Ceramics, Topography

Electronic Circuits                              ®   Computer (Hard , Soft)

Electrical Circuits                               ®   Computer (Hard , Soft)

Logical Circuits                                   ®   Computer (Hard , Soft)

Digital Electronics                               ®   Computer (Hard , Soft)

Microprocessors                                  ®   Computer (Hard , Soft)

Machine Code                                      ®  Computer (Hard , Soft)

Mechanical Features                            ®  Ceramics

Metalography                                       ®   Ceramics

Glaze                                                    ®   Ceramics

Photogrametry Studio                          ®   Carthography

Internet Site                                         ®   All Departments

Journalistic Thesis                               ®   Journalism

Humanities Faculty Computer  Site     ®   Humanities Faculty

 

Botany                                                  ®    Range & Watershed Management, Agronomy,

                                                                      Environment

Texidermy & Ornithology                   ®    Environment

Carthography & Technical Drawing    ®   Range & Watershed Management, Environment,

                                                                       Carthography

Pedology                                               ®    Range & Watershed Management, Agronomy,

                                                                       Environment

Chemistry                                             ®    Range & Watershed Management, Ceramics,

                                                                       Environment

Architecture                                          ®    Topography

Operating Systems &  Drawing            ®    Computer (Hard, Soft)

Project Room                                        ®    Computer

Methodology                                         ®    Ceramics

General Workshop                                ®    Ceramics

Carthography Warehouse                      ®    Carthography

Computer Site                                        ®    Computer, Carthography

Photographer’s Studio                           ®    Carthography, Journalism

Agriculture Faculty’s Computer Site     ®    Agriculture Faculty

Pratic Room                                           ®    Obstetrics

Concrete technology                              ®    Obstetrics

Artificial Intelligence                             ®    Obstetrics

 

 

Books Published in the Branch

 

No.

Topic

Author or Translator

Fist Pubh

Number

1

Topical & Pictorial

Dissection of the Trunk

Mohammad Ali

Imami Maybodi

1991

3000

2

Khial Saial

Maryam Mahboob

1997

1000

3

The Ancient Countenance of Maybod

Seid Abdulazim Pooya

1992

4000

4

An Introduction to clay Chemistry

Kay Rad Madani

1993

2000

5

Non – verbal Communication

Ali Akbar Farhangi

1996

3000

6

Dissection of Plants’ Growing Organs

Gholamreza Zarei

2000

5000

7

Theory of errors and least squares proration

Hamid Mehrabi

2010

3000

 

Articles Research

 

Subject Articles 

Total

Information Sciences Institute

6

Articles published outside the country

5

Journal Articles Research

6

Scientific extension

3

Public

 

Presented international conferences

35

Presented provided internal

79

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Plans  Research

Subject

Intra – University

Inter – University

Total

Completed Plans

41

8

49

Plans under preparation

50

2

52

 

 

Other activities

Special exhibitions

8

Special Seminars

30

Invention

19

 

 

Magazines Published by the Research Deputyship:

*Professional Magazine of Takapoo–ye–Sabz, Scientific  Association of Agronomy and Plant Reformation

*Professional Magazine of Computer, Scientific Association of Computer

*Professional Quarterly of Eijaz –e- Khak, Scientific Association of Ceramics

*Twilight, Scientific Association of English

Scientific, Literary and Art Associations:

*Computer                                                                              *Communications

*Topography                                                                          *English

*Natural Resources & Agriculture                                      *Civil Engineering

*Agronomy                                                                             *Law

*Ceramics                                                                               *Zamin Tarsim(Carthography)

 

The Young Researchers Club:

          The Club began its official work in 1999 and now has 65 members.

 

 

Main Activities and Achievements of the Club:

-         Holding a research methodology workshop

-         Arranging a study trip in the second semester of the academic

-         Finding active and qualified students for membership

 

Bashgah performance in the first 6 months of 1388
1 - Preliminary research methodology training workshop
2 - Les Mqa Brgzlry workshop draft
3 - Granting Ben 26 Nfrazaza’ a total book value 3,640,000
4 - Tour scientific training principles Hrahy national parks Vjngly
5 - Visitors scientific subject planning and designing waste management system composting plants
6 - Concluding the agreement with myrrh Kz Technical Vklas·hay professional training workshop for
7 - attracted 20 people eligible to join the club
8 - pay the remaining project budget Mr. Abd Alkhany, Zvbashgah-sensitive areas as identified using the evaluation slip a place

The Robotic Team:

*Obtaining championship in line-following in the second National Robotic Matches run in Dezful Branch.

*Obtaining second rank in line-following in the Third National Intelligent Mice Matches run in Najaf-Abad Branch.

 

The Team’s Main Products:

*Warrior                                                                           *Football Player

*Line – follower                                                                *Fireman

Section of the library

 

Topics   Available

 

24800

The total number of books

65000

Reference Topics  to Total

2800

Non – Reference Topics to Total

16500

Total Number of Books

5500

Subscribed  Interior Magazines to Majors

230

Subscribed Foreign Magazines to Majors

72

Number of Active Members

5036

Librarians

3

Study Hall’s space/m

800

Study Hall’s capacity

700

Area Library/ m

2000

Information System       

Computerized and Online Networking

 

 

The   Development Deputyship

 

The Islamic Azad University, Maybod Branch, with an area of 171 hectares and 60 thousand square meter Departments , 30 thousand square meters of green space is one of the largest academic centers in yazd. Utilized development projects are as fallows:

*Natural Resourses and Agriculture Faculty:

Three-storied, 8620 m  in area, utilized in 1996, total cost: 1,435,469, 673 Rls.

*Engineering Faculty:

            First phase: one-toried, 3100 m  in area, utilized in 1999, total cost: 1,278, 860, 541 Rls.

            Second phase: two-storied, 5000 m  in area, utilized in 2003, total cost: 2,058, 461, 467 Rls.

*Humanities Faculty:

          First and second phases: two-storied, 6500 m in area, utilized in 1991, total cost: 1,821, 113, 274 Rls.

           Third phase: two-storied, 1400 m  in area, utilized in 2003, total cost: 790, 029, 719 Rls.

*Self-service:

           First phase: one-storied, 2200 m  in area, utilized in 2000, total cost: 719, 056, 069 Rls.

           Second  phase: two-storied, 4000 m  in area, utilized in 2000, total cost: 719, 056, 069 Rls.

           Third phase: one-storied, 580 m  in area, 5o% physical progress.

*Fatemieh      Dormitory:

          Three-storied, 5800 m  in area, utilized in 2000, total cost: 2,321,809,990 Rls.

*Velayat I.  Dormitory:

           One-storied, 2800 m  in area, utilized in 2000, total cost: 1,280, 150, 501 Rls.

Velayal  II.  Dormitory:

           Two-storied, 5600 m  in area, utilized in 2003, total cost: 3,767, 705, 843 Rls.

 *Velayal III.   Dormitory:

           One-storied, 2800 m  in area, utilized in the current year.

*Zeinabieh     Dormitory:

            One-storied, 2000 m  in area, utilized in 1995, total cost, 190, 155, 953 Rls.

*Teachers’ Accommodation:

            One-storied, 200 m  in area, with four bedrooms, a kitchen and convenience equipment, utilized in 1996, total cost: 11,496,595 Rls.

*Sports Saloons:

            One-storied, 3500 m  in area, utilized in 2000, total cost: 541, 543, 246 Rls.

*Sports Administrative Bulding:

            One-storied, 1000 m  in area, utilized in 2000.

*Public Services Dept. :

            Two – storied, 450 m  in area, utilized, utilized in 2000, total cost: 83, 785, 715 Rls.

*Educational Greenhouse:

            600 m  in area, utilized in 1999, total cost:

*Parking Lot:

            10,000 m  in area, utilized in 1999, total cost: 343, 289, 095 Rls.

*Bakery:

            75 m  in area, utilized in 1999, total cost: 28, 114,400 Rls.

*Cleaner’s:

            150 m  in area, utilized in 2004, total cost: 27, 659,376 Rls.

*Administrative Parking Lots:

            Four roofed parking Lots are available inside the university area special to Agriculture and Humanities, Faculties, phases 1 and 2 of the Engineering Faculty and the Sports Administrative Building.

*Other Buildings:

         Welding workshop, repairing shop, husbandry, public convenience,

parking lot of the transportation office, drivers’ accommodation, etc.

*Septic Tanks:

Three septic tanks have been constructed in order to make use of the waste of the Dormitories (Velayat    ,   and Fatemieh) for agricultural purposes.

*Multi – purpose saloon:

         3300 m2 in area, consisting of ceramics workshop, Fairs Saloon and the central Warehouse , Has been operating.

 

*Cultural Complex:

         3000 m2 in area, three – storied, Has been operating.

 

*Martyrs’ Memorial:

         40 m2 in area

*Educational Greenhouse: 600 m  in area

 

*Office Block: 4500 m  in area, three – storied

 

Teachers’ Accommodation, to be 1300 m in erea, three-storied

Half – buried water tank, 1000 m  in capacity

Clinic, 400 m  in area, one – storied

 

 

 

 

 

The Former Chancellors

 

1.      Dr. Masood Jandaghi Maybodi

2.      Dr. Mohammad Reza Faiaz

3.      Dr. Mohammad Reza Islami

4.      Dr. Seid Hossein Badiei

5.      Dr.Ahmad Ali zarea

6.      Dr.Bizhan Maghsoudlou