Hanoi focuses on improving quality of human resources
Universities and colleges are centers which focus on attracting talent and developing high-quality human resources to meet immediate development requirements of Hanoi city.
Hanoi needs to focus on improving the quality of human resources and spend sizable investment on researching solutions for urgent issues, Kinh Te & Do Thi quoted Nguyen Thanh Son, Secretary of the Party Committee of the bloc of Hanoi universities and colleges, as saying at the recently-concluded 17th Congress of the city Party (2020-2025 tenure).
Nguyen Thanh Son, Secretary of the Party Committee of the bloc of Hanoi universities and colleges, speaks at the 17th Congress of the city Party. Photo: Kinhtedothi.vn
Mr. Son said that universities and colleges are centers which not only focus on attracting talent and developing high-quality human resources to meet immediate development requirements of the city, but also on finding ways to boost socio-economic development of Hanoi in the future.
Since one of the three breakthroughs is to improve the quality of human resources, especially highly-skilled ones, Mr. Son emphasized that increasing investment in education, science and technology is imperative.
To realize the goal, Mr. Son suggested that the city leadership should show high political determination, issue resolutions and programs to promote the potential of the intelligentsia in academies, universities and colleges so that they can meet the needs of Hanoi’s socio-economic development and international integration.
For his part, Director of the municipal Department of Education and Training Chu Xuan Dung said that education and training should develop people with comprehensive qualities and capabilities.
Hanoi's education and training is gradually improving quality, efficiency, implementing standardization and modernization, making Hanoi inhabitants global citizens.
In order to achieve the targets, Mr. Dung stated a number of solutions have been outlines, such as planning the school network in the city by 2030, with a vision to 2045, in line with Hanoi city’s socio-economic conditions and educational development.
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