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The establishment of a kindergarten at Amirkabir University of Technology

 | Post date: 2024/05/6 | 
The establishment of a kindergarten at Amirkabir University of Technology in line with the implementation of the Youth Population Law. The president of Amirkabir University of Technology, referring to the establishment of a kindergarten at the university, stated that this initiative is in line with the implementation of the Youth Population Law.
According to the Public Relations Office of Amirkabir University of Technology, Dr. Alireza Rahaei, at the inauguration ceremony of the university's kindergarten, described the establishment of this kindergarten as part of the implementation of the Youth Population Law and stated: The implementation of this law requires facilities and infrastructure for both staff, faculty members, and students of the university.
He emphasized that the upbringing of adolescents and children will now be pursued so that they can grow in a suitable environment to become influential individuals for families and the country, and this kindergarten must meet this expectation.
Rahaei referred to creating a suitable environment for young children as one of the university's expectations from this kindergarten and reminded that with the efforts of the kindergarten officials, these expectations will be met.
The president of Amirkabir University of Technology highlighted that on the other hand, parents of these children can be assured that their children are being nurtured in a suitable environment, and this assurance will enhance the performance of university staff. Therefore, such environments have been created in the path of advancing the university's goals.
Mehdi Mohammadhossini Taheri, the director of the launch project of the kindergarten at Amirkabir University of Technology, stated in this ceremony: The university's kindergarten is located in an area of 200 square meters, with a cost of over 300 million Tomans spent on ensuring the safety of this center, and it has the capacity to accommodate 70 children and adolescents.
He added: This kindergarten accepts children from 6 months to 6 years old, and students up to the sixth grade can use the kindergarten space for rest and homework after school closures.
The director of legal affairs and contracts at the university emphasized that the kindergarten fees at Amirkabir University of Technology are lower than the approved rates of the Ministry of Education, and staff, faculty, and students can use the university's kindergarten at a lower cost compared to other kindergartens.
He stressed: By forming a working group of university officials, reviewing the records of various contractors and examining the costs, the university's kindergarten was assigned to the current team.