Director Le Van Thinh of the HCMC Department of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs said in an interview with SGGP Newspaper that HCMC is focusing on supplying the job market with high-quality human resources for socio-economic development.
In order for national businesses to renovate and grow, it is necessary to focus investments on the three key factors of digital transformation – capital source – human resources. However, the efforts of enterprises themselves are not enough to boost these factors but a helping hand from the central to the local authorities is also needed.
Chairman of HCMC People’s Committee Phan Van Mai suggested that HCMC Military Command (HCMC-MC) should boldly develop a cooperative scheme with universities, academies, and ministerial-level agencies to foster capable human resources for technical work.
Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City (VNU-HCMC) has identified its mission from 2021-2025 with a vision to 2030 as a pioneer in management mechanism reform to follow the model of institute autonomy in higher education or university autonomy. This model is expected to boost the performance of university governance and encourage innovation. SGGP Newspaper has conducted an interview with Associate Prof. Dr. Vu Hai Quan – Director of VNU-HCMC about this matter.
The Vietnamese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) and the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) signed an agreement on technological cooperation in irrigation and drainage, protection of marine resources, and responsible management of the fisheries sector at the 5th Japan-Vietnam Agricultural Cooperation Dialogue and a public - private agricultural cooperation forum which took place virtually on December 12.
Saigon Hi-tech Park Incubation Center (SHTP-IC), the Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Department of Science and Technology, and the Swiss Entrepreneurship Program (Swiss EP) have just jointly held a training session for the human resources who are going to support innovative startup activities.
The so-called fourth industrial revolution, also known as Industry 4.0, will provide more development opportunities for businesses but will also require businesses to prepare qualified human resources to meet the industry’s standards, according to experts.