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    • Parsian Bank Makes a New-Year Contribution to Iranian Organization for Renovating, Developing and Equipping Schools (ORDES)

      Parsian Bank Makes a New-Year Contribution to Iranian Organization for Renovating, Developing and Equipping Schools (ORDES)

      In line with implementing its support plans for national development institutions, Parsian Bank has donated a substantial number of computer systems to Iranian Organization for Renovating, Developing and Equipping Schools (ORDES).

      According to its Public Relations, Parsian Bank has been a leading financial and economic institution with a particular concentration on social responsibility. The bank has been embracing any efforts made to promote public literacy throughout the country.
      Parallel to fulfillment of major educational goals in the Islamic system, Parsian Bank has been pursuing several policies such as providing infrastructure and setting the ground for schools’ involvement as the pivoting element in the Iranian education and institutionalization of participation in the education system.

       Parsian Bank participates in building schools and supporting charities In line with achievement of major goals in the Islamic education and training system best manifested in the that Fundamental Transformation of Education Document (FTED) as well as the macro-scale objectives particularly in strengthening and institutionalization of participation in the education and training system and effective interaction to eradicate deprivation and accelerate the economic development and promote school construction, Parsian Bank has been putting a great emphasis on continuous construction of schools while initiating various education projects. Also parallel to FTED is the bank’s effort to promote the Iranian education system as the most important reservoirs of manpower and generator of social capital at all academic levels.
      Parsian Bank has been contributing to several school-building projects, including Parsian Smart School with an area of 177 square meters constructed in Damdaran Town (Zahedan) in 2010, construction of a 6-classroom school in Hasan Abad Fashafuyeh (Rey) with an area of 817 in 2011, and construction of three schools in earthquake-stricken regions of East Azarbaijan in 2013 including 3 classrooms with an area of 97 meters in Nahand, Haris, 3 classrooms with an area of 97 m in Ahar, and 2 classrooms with an area of 81 m in Sorkhe Village, Haris.