Scientific seminar on "Developing high quality human resources in the Youth Union members and social science researching Youth"

On October 12th morning, at the Institute of Social Sciences in the Central Highlands, Dak Lak Museum participated in the scientific seminar of the Youth Uninion "Developing high quality human resources in the Youth Union members and social science researching Youth".

The participants included Dr. Nguyen Duy Thuy - Secretary of Party Committee of Institute for Social Sciences of the Central Region, PhD. Cao Phuong Thao - Deputy Secretary of the Party Committee of Institute for Social Science of the Southern Region,  PhD. Pham Quang Linh - Secretary of the Youth Union of Vietnam Institution for Social Sciences. The representatives of the Youth Unions of Dak Lak, Dak Nong, Quang Nam, Quang Ngai and Ho Chi Minh City also attended in the seminar.
The representative of the Youth Union of Dak Lak Museum, Nguyen Hong Tam, made a presentation with the title "Training, fostering and improving soft skills of union members and university students in Ho Chi Minh City today". The presentation focused on three main issues. Firstly, the general situation of soft skills for the union members and university students in Ho Chi Minh City. Secondly, studying impacting factors and expectations of the union members and the students on this issue. Finally, the presentation proposed recommendations and solutions to improve quality of the soft skills for the union members and students.
Souvernir photo taken at the wseminar
This scientific seminar was co-organized by the Youth Union of the Institute for Social Sciences of the Central Region in collaboration with the Institute for Social Sciences of the Southern Region. This is a forum for dialogues, exchange of experiences, sharing views among the youth union members and youth on the current situation of human resources, the need for development of youth union members and youth in youth social science researchers in the studying institutions, universities and localities.

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