The center, the first of its kind in the south and the second in the country, will carry out researches on realities and practicalities of India, the relation between India and Vietnam as well as between India and nations in the world for training the school’s teaching staff.
In addition, it will promote and expand the training and scientific research activities between two countries. It also encourages training cooperation between two countries such as providing scholarships, offering employment for graduates and promoting teacher, students exchange program.
Escorting the Ambassador was representative of HCL Technologies, one of three technology corporations in India.
HCL Managing Director Sanjay Gupta revealed the establishment of a distributing center in Vietnam employing 10,000 staff including 60 percent of IT graduates. He added HIU students are potential employees because they are study English-lectured training programs at HIU.
HIU Principal Professor Ho Thanh Phong stressed that the cooperation effectiveness between two countries, saying that the establishment of the center in HCMC will promote the cooperation with Indian companies such as HCL Technologies and it will be of great benefit to HIU students on the way of integration and career.