“Piloting a digital university to meet the needs of IT human resources”
On the morning of April 27, the National Committee on Digital Transformation held its second session under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh, Chairman of the Committee.
Addressing the opening session, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh emphasized the spirit of digital transformation: determination must be high, efforts must be great, do real, do drastic, make effective, produce products, have inheritance, stability, innovation and development.
On behalf of enterprises participating in the meeting, Mr. Nguyen Trung Chinh Chairman of the Board of Directors – Executive Chairman of CMC Technology Group proposed the direction to promote national digital transformation, which is to focus on developing digital human resources. According to Mr. Chinh, in order to realize the goal of building high-quality human resources, it is necessary to pilot the digital university model.
Mr. Nguyen Trung Chinh Chairman – Executive Chairman of CMC Technology Group proposed directions to promote national digital transformation.
According to statistics from CMC, the demand for human resources is very high, but the current universities cannot meet both in quantity and quality. In terms of quantity, reality only meets about 25% of demand. The quantity is only 30% of the quantity that meets the requirements.
“South Korean Samsung Group has invested in a research and development center in Vietnam, considering Vietnam as a hub (Hub) providing digital services for the world. In fact, in 2021, the market is heavily affected by the epidemic, but Samsung’s human demand is very high. This group requires CMC to supply thousands of employees. Although we have tried our best to meet the requirements, in fact, 30% of the workforce meets the requirements set forth by Samsung. That fact shows that the quality of human resources in Vietnam is still lacking and weak. Meanwhile, by 2030, the market needs 1.5 million IT workers. We need to add a large number of personnel to meet the needs of the market,” said Mr. Nguyen Trung Chinh.
To overcome the above situation, the head of CMC agreed with the solution of the Ministry of Information and Communications – building a pilot digital university to solve the problem of increasing the size of personnel and still ensuring quality. In order to deploy the Digital University, CMC proposed that the Ministry of Education and Training have a number of regulations and regulations that need to be changed such as: The number of online training courses according to regulations currently accounts for about 30% of the training time. This is a limitation when implementing Digital University and the trend of online learning is on the throne.
The enrollment size in 2021 is 82,000 students out of a total of 300,000 students wishing to enroll. The number of entries only meets 24% of the admission demand. The Ministry of Education and Training needs to increase the enrollment size to meet the growing demand of the market.
Also within the framework of the meeting, the leaders of the Ministry of Information and Communications would like to propose to the Prime Minister – Chairman of the Committee to support the policy and direct the ministries, branches and localities to implement the contents to protect the whole country. organization, ensuring human resources and funding for digital transformation and creating a breakthrough in the coming time.
Committee members also discussed the content of the report on the implementation of digital transformation in the first quarter of 2022 and information on the tasks achieved by the ministries and branches, and proposed recommendations and solutions to promote the digital transformation. push the digital transformation process in the near future.
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