The Board of Trustees is the supreme council in an organization the duties and powers of which are in accordance with the Law on the Establishment of the Boards of Trustees of Universities and Higher Education and Research Institutions (approved by the 181st and 183rd meetings dated 28/02/1989 and 14/03/1989 of the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution) and the Law regarding financial and transactional affairs of universities and institutions of higher education and research approved on 18/01/1991 by the Islamic Consultative Assembly.


As the highest decision-making and policy-making authority in financial, transactional, administrative, employment and scientific affairs, The boards of trustees have important and sensitive responsibilities.


Mr. Nader Alizadeh is currently the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of BIHE. Most of the achievements of this organization are attributed to his efforts, foresight and attitude.

Remarks by the Chairman of the Board of Trustees


Non-profit higher education institutions are higher education institutions that are established and managed through the goals, rules and general guidelines of the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology and under the supervision of that esteemed ministry. Public participation is deemed important in the establishment of high schools, which lead to an increase in work productivity, unity among people, rise in the mutual trust between the government and nation, culture improvement, and realization of democracy. Therefore, the attitude, admission and encouragement of the actors is the main responsibility of the government and officials. They can facilitate the provision of a platform for participation and presence of the founders by providing them with the necessary guidelines and familiarizing them with their rights, powers, responsibilities and duties. Strengthening the process of institutionalization of private culture and legalism, they ought to regulate the independence of all high school affairs throughout the country. In the end, I would like to appreciate the efforts of all colleagues who have contributed to this collection. I ask all audiences, especially the founders and heads of higher education institutions, not to deprive us of sending constructive critiques and valuable guidelines.