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Training course on “Economic – technical training course for chief researchers and engineers of Science and Technology” course 59, in Ho Chi Minh City.
Created Date 29/11/2012

In the morning of October 16, 2012, in Ho Chi Minh City, the Management Training Institute (MTI) – Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) held solemnly the opening ceremony of economic – technical training course of chief researchers and engineers of Science and Technology, course 59 (K59). Mr. Pham Ngoc Minh – Deputy Minister of MOST Representative Department in Ho Chi Minh City attended and delivered his opening speech.

               The training course was specially designed by MTI for officials, including engineers and researchers who have been working for Ministers, Branches and Departments in Ho Chi Minh City and southern Provinces in the promotion rank of chief engineers and researchers

The training course was attended by nearly 70 participants from local Ministries and Branches/ Departments such as Ministry of Information and Communications, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Ministry of Education and Training, Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, Vinh Long Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, Quang Ngai Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, Management Board of Dung Quat Economic Zone (Quang Ngai), Binh Duong Department of Home Affairs, Vietnam Rubber Group, Ho Chi Minh Department of Science and Technology,…

During the training course, 22 topics would be presented so as to provide the participants with information and improve their perception of guidelines and policies of the Party and State in the field of S&T management in the globalization and international integration, trends of S&T development, research methodology and assessment of research out-puts, usage and management of S&T resources…

As planned, the training course will last from October 12, 2012 to December 14, 2012.

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