The working delegation also included Le Quoc Minh, Member of the PCC, Editor-in-Chief of Nhan Dan (People) Newspaper, Deputy Head of the PCC Commission for Communication and Education, and Chairman of the Vietnam Journalists’ Association; Deputy Heads of the PCC Commission for Communication and Education Tran Thanh Lam and Vu Thanh Mai; and representatives of the Ministry of Information and Communications and the Ministry of Education and Training.
The session aimed to examine and evaluate human resource training and development activities in the fields of politics, social sciences, and humanities, with a focus on journalism, publishing, and communications, as well as to direct and orient tasks in the coming time.
Within the meeting, the delegation discussed the university's proposed and recommended contents as well as tasks and solutions to continue improving the quality of journalism and publishing human resource training in the new situation.
Speaking at the session, Head of the PCC’s Commission for Communication and Education Nguyen Trong Nghia asked the university to thoroughly grasp the Party's guidelines through the Resolutions and Conclusions of the Party Central Committee, in which the press and media are identified as sharp ideological weapons of the Party and State.
He further noted that the university needs to better promote its role as a key training facility in journalism and communications, with a curriculum and training environment that meets practical requirements and international integration.