Hung Vuong University Introduction

Implementing the policy of socializing education, diversifying training forms of the Party and the State according to the 4th Party Central Committee Resolution VII, January 14, 1993, a number of intellectuals led by the late Professor , Master of Medicine Ngo Gia Hy is planning to establish a Private University in Ho Chi Minh City. In September 1993, Prime Minister Vo Van Kiet signed Decision No. 240 / TTg at that time, promulgating the Regulation on Private Universities. However, through consideration, exploration and investigation of public opinion, it is too new to open the “Private School” in our country, so on January 2, 1994, the Ministry of Education and Training issued a provisional regulation. No. 196 / TCCB on Civil University by GS. Tran Hong Quan (then Minister) was signed. Due to this adjustment, some intellectuals have proposed the establishment of the Founding Council (HDSL) of Hung Vuong Private University and the Ministry of Education and Training has issued the Decision No. 2395 / QD-TCCB on November 3. / 1993. The 9-member council: Try GS. Ngo Gia Hy is the Chairman of the Labor Council, Assoc. Dr. Truong Cong Can is the Vice Chairman of the Labor Council and Mr. Tran Quoc Huy, Nguyen Nha, Nguyen Chung Tu, Diep Vi Nam (representatives of Mr. Tran Tuan Tai), Ha Binh Than, Phan Tan Chuc and Vu Duc Thang are members....

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