With an aim to training local personnel in the country and transforming them into one of the selected professionals in the international communication market, “Nar” has identified new areas of cooperation with the Azerbaijan Technical University (AZTU). CEO of Azerfon LLC (“Nar” trademark), Gunnar Pahnke, and Rector of AZTU, Vilayat Valiev, mulled these issues druing the meeting. The main priority was to assess opportunities for cooperation in the field of green energy and to agree on the continuation of existing projects in accordance with quarantine rules.
Rector noted that AZTU has the opportunity to train personnel in economics and industrial industries: “Our goal is to train professionals who meet the needs of the communications market based on business requirements and students’ acquaintance with practical business problems. This is also appealing to local businesses in terms of paying for professional needs by local personnel. ”
CEO of Azerfon LLC, G.Pahnke, said that he intends to implement large-scale projects with the university: “I believe our cooperation inspires students studying in the technical field to new achievements. The main goal of our cooperation is to support the training of professional personnel in the field of communications in Azerbaijan and their achievement in the international communication market of higher positions rather than foreign colleagues. ”
“Nar” implemented a number of projects on the basis of the Memorandum of Agreement signed with AZTU in 2015. The GSM “Nar” laboratory, theoretical and practical exercises for students, as well as the awarding of recipients are carried out within the framework of this cooperation.
Azerfon (“Nar” trademark) started its activity on March 21, 2007 and soon became one of the leading companies in the telecommunications and mobile communication industry in Azerbaijan. For the first time in the country, “Nar: introduced 3G technology and transferred a wide network of 4G to subscribers. The network of “Nar” currently occupies 90% of the country and serves more than 8,740 base stations and more than 2.3 million subscribers.
Source: Azerbaijan Technical University