Thirsty Of Invention

Hello ladies and gentlemen!10690323_762750307097689_7625537307553882550_n

I’m AmirSalar Nojomi from Iran, one of the industrial design engineer student and im going to do my first blog post for project community. I’m graduate from Canadian Ontorio secondary school, I was studding in Malaysia for two and half years and after graduated I moved to the Hungary in Budapest, I had one year Pre engineering course and after that one semester Civil Engineering.

My biggest educational prize was in grade 10, in Khwarizmi international award! I was making car break automation as a student. I used to work with AVR-microcontroller, solid works, C++ and illustrator. I am looking forward to get this opportunity in The Hauge University for new innovation. On the other hand,as a hobby I’m interest about martial arts, car racing, winter sports and water sports and specially music festival. I love challenge and more ever I love to study hard about what I like to do and generate my idea.

I am going to explain how should be a Successful community project like,

Firstly, Successful community conservation projects are well planned and use inclusive planning and decision-making processes.

Secondly, Involve everyone. Community conservation projects are effective where all parties are involved in the planning and decision-making at all stages.  Working as a team with NGOs at the first step would be a very good example of how this project community is going to help us to bring up ideas and solutions for the problems they are facing.

In conclusion, Successful community conservation projects create opportunities for enjoyable learning and participation throughout the project, achieving lasting results.

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2 thoughts on “Thirsty Of Invention”

  1. Hi Amir,
    thanks for sharing your view on community conservation, could you elaborate on what this would mean in a digital world?
    Also I would love to read more about you; why are you here and what will you specifically contribute to your team?

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