Dialogue between TVU leadership and students


TVU – On the evening of June 8th, at Lecture Hall D5, Dr. Phan Quoc Nghia, Vice-Rector of Tra Vinh University, chairs a dialogue conference between the Party committee’s leadership, the government, the Youth Union, and the Student Association by the amended Youth Law of 2023. Many questions are addressed during the dialogue session.

Dr. Huynh Van Muoi Mot, Deputy Secretary of the Party Committee, Head of the General Administration Department, and the leadership of the Youth Union – Student Association attend the program. Representatives of department leaders, faculties, centers, and affiliated schools, along with over 1000 students who are members of various youth union executive boards and student association executive boards, participate in the conference.

Listening to understand the students

In his speech at the conference, Dr. Phan Quoc Nghia, the Vice-Rector of the University, states: “This is a significant forum, an opportunity for the school’s leadership to listen to the thoughts, desires, recommendations, and proposals related to the implementation of the orientations and policies for the development of youth work within the university.”

Through this, we aim to enhance exchanges and address necessary issues, fostering a shared understanding in guidance and management. Timely resolution of difficulties and obstacles related to youth development policies is crucial. We seek to elevate the role and responsibilities of the Youth Union – Student Association in contributing opinions to the construction of the Party and building a strong unit.

At the same time, it signifies the Party Committee, the School’s Board of Management, and the leadership of units within the university expressing their deep affection, responsibility, and profound concern for youth development and the promotion of the spirit of dedication, enthusiasm, and volunteerism among young people in the ongoing endeavor of building and protecting the nation.

The Vice Rector desires that the Youth Union and Youth Organization officials exhibit a sense of responsibility and engage in straightforward exchanges. They should raise questions and express their thoughts, concerns, and existing issues within the Youth Union and youth movement. Furthermore, they are encouraged to voice their legitimate aspirations for the leadership of various units to listen, consider, and address them.

Recommendations for innovation

At the conference, officials and young members engage in open and direct exchanges, making direct recommendations to the leadership of different units and raising numerous questions regarding the following issues: learning and emulating ethical standards and the leadership style of Ho Chi Minh, nurturing revolutionary ideals and ethical qualities in lifestyle, the work of the Youth Union and Youth Organization, training and nurturing outstanding youth members for consideration of Party admission, current propaganda and education efforts of the Youth Union, organizing movement activities of the Youth Union within the units, and the “Excellent Student” movement.

The party committee and leaders prioritize and support the allocation of time and budget for the activities of the Youth Union and youth movements, as well as for the personal and career development of young individuals. They place significant emphasis on policies, regulations, and training programs in areas such as academics, vocational training, employment, and dormitories. There is a strong commitment to enhancing the activities of the Youth Union and Youth Organization in the future. Furthermore, they are actively involved in addressing issues about entrepreneurship and digital transformation.

In the discussion on digital transformation skills for students, the Head of the Information Technology Department highlights the university’s plan to enhance students’ digital transformation capabilities through training programs and workshops.

The dialogue conference serves as a platform for young people to express their aspirations, wishes, suggestions, and proposals related to the university’s development directives and policies. It facilitates prompt guidance and solutions to address difficulties and obstacles in youth development and outlines future directions.

By Nhat Hao