The Party Committee


ICTU Party Committee is the basic political unit, and the center of solidarity, human forces gathering and democracy promotion. It leads and organizes the implementation of the university’s missions. The key mission of ICTU Party Committee in the tenure 2015-2020 is increasing the Party Committee’s the leadership capacity and combativeness, promoting all the resources, building ICTU become an electronics university, a highly qualified training and research center for the industrialization and modernization of the country.

After 15 years of growth, from a Party branch directly under Thai Nguyen University Party Committee, by October, 2015, ICTU Party Committee has had 11 Party branches with 254 Party members, of whom 33 members are students and 31 members are of the ethnic minority groups:

  1. Party branch of Faculty of Automation Technology: 27 Party members
  2. Party branch of Faculty of Electronics and Communications Technology: 38 Party members
  3. Party branch of Faculty of Basic Sciences: 37 Party members
  4. Party branch of Faculty of Economic Information Systems: 23 Party members
  5. Party branch of Faculty of Information Technology: 38 Party members
  6. Party branch of Faculty of Multimedia Communications: 18 Party members
  7. Party branch of Division of Academic Affairs: 23 Party members
  8. Party branch of Division of IT Practice and Implementation: 15 Party members
  9. Party branch of Division of General Affairs – Planning – Finance: 17 Party members
  10. Party branch of Division of Students’ Affairs: 13 Party members
  11. Party branch of Department of Information System Safety:  05 Party members

In 4th Party Committee Congress, a new Party Executive Committee for the tenure 2015-2020 has been elected which includes 15 members: 

  1. Nguyen Van Tao
  2. Vu Duc Thai
  3. Nguyen Duy Minh
  4. Nguyen Hai Minh
  5. Nguyen Huu Thai
  6. Phung Trung Nghia
  7. Truong Ha Hai
  8. Do Dinh Cuong
  9. Do Thi Bac
  10. Bui Anh Tu
  11. Dang Thi Oanh
  12. Le Hung Linh
  13. Do Van Toan
  14. Truong Tuan Linh
  15. Do Van Toan

Dr. Nguyen Van Tao was voted the Party Secretary of ICTU Party Executive Committee, the tenure 2015-2020

In the first session of the Congress, Party Executive Committee has elected:

Party Standing Committee includes 5 members:

  1. Nguyen Van Tao – Party Secretary
  2. Vu Duc Thai – Deputy Secretary
  3. Nguyen Huu Thai – Member
  4. Do Thi Bac – Member
  5. Le Hung Linh – Member

Inspection Committee includes 03 members:

  1. Nguyen Huu Thai – Chairman
  2. Nguyen Duy Minh – Member
  3. Phung Trung Nghia – Member

Some proposed indicators in the Resolution of ICTU Party Committee Congress, the tenure 2015- 2020

– 100% of Party members will be ranked to fulfill or better fulfill their assignments, of which 80% of Party members will well fulfill or outstandingly complete their assignments.

– 100% of Party branches will be ranked to complete or better complete their assignments, of which 90% of Party branches will be ranked to be clean and strong; ICTU Party Committee will meet the standards of a clean and strong Party unit continuously throughout tenures.

– Training scale by 2020 will be 40 PhD students, 500 graduate students, and 12,000 undergraduate students including 9,000 full-time students, and 3,000 students of other mode of study;

– The university will meet the quality standard accredited by external testing and inspecting organizations;

– In the stage of 2015-2020, ICTU will strive to have one to two State level projects, protocol projects; 10 Provincial and Ministerial level projects; 30 Thai Nguyen University level projects; 300 basis level projects, 150 students’ projects; at least 03 scientific and technological products bearing ICTU brand and patented; 15 applied programs, projects and technology transfer, and to compile and publish 200 articles on domestic and international journals;

– The university will establish two high-quality training programs meeting regional and international standards;

– By 2020, the rate of lecturers with graduate and postgraduate qualifications (Prof, Assoc. Prof, Dr, M.Sc, M.A and equivalent level) will reach more than 85%, of which 10 – 15% of teaching staff has doctoral qualifications;

– The university will mobilize and use effectively financial resources to implement the training tasks, to build teaching facility, to build up the human resources and improve their lives, to guarantee salary and allowance payment fully and timely, and policy-related regulations for staff and lecturers; and by 2020 strive to increase the allowance to the salary to 1.7 times higher in comparison with that of the beginning of the tenure.