Islamic University of Technology (IUT)

Université islamique de technologie

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Set up by decision of 9th K-XF4192 - Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM), Apr 1978, Dakar (Senegal), as a Subsidiary Organ of C-XC4129 - Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). Commenced operations in 1981, with the title Islamic Centre for Technical and Vocational Training and Research (ICTVTR) -- Centre islamique pour la formation professionnelle et technique et de recherches. Subsequently changed title to Islamic Institute of Technology (IIT) -- Institut islamique de technologie, 1994. Current name adopted, 27 Jun 2001, ICFM Resolution 48/28E. Also referred to as Dhaka Centre.


Help develop human resources of OIC Member States and train the technical manpower of international standard needed for industrial, economic and social development of the Ummah; initiate, promote and guide technological and industrial research for technological development; promote technical cooperation and exchange technical know-how and disseminate basic information in the field of human resources development in general; act as a focal point for human resources development in technical and vocational education for OIC Member States under UN-OIC Cooperation.


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Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM). General Assembly, comprising members of E-XE2848 - Islamic Commission for Economic, Cultural and Social Affairs (ICECSA). Governing Board; Syndicate; Academic Council. Vice Chancellor, who is responsible to OIC Secretary General.


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GOAL 4: Quality EducationGOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic GrowthGOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure



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