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Evaluation of scientific ministerial-level Proposal “Scientific bases for compiling standard-based fostering programs in the major of Home Affairs for civil servants"

 On 29 December 2015, at the MOHA headquarter, ISOS held a meeting to evaluate the scientific ministerial-level Proposal entitled “Scientific bases for compiling standard-based fostering programs in the major of Home Affairs for civil servants". The Proposal was chaired by Dr. Dam Bich Hien, Dean of Faculty of State and Law, Institute for Training Public officials and Civil servants.

The Evaluation Council comprised of six members headed by Dr. Tran Anh Tuan, MOHA Vice Minister. Participants to the evaluation session included representatives of civil servants and public employees from the Department of Organization – Personnel, the Office of Ministry, Journal of State Organization, Institute for Training Public officials and Civil servants.


Overall view of the evaluation session

At the evaluation session, Dr. Dam Bich Hien, the Proposal’s Chairperson, on behalf of the Research Team briefly presented research outcomes of the Proposal. The Proposal was aimed at studying theoretical and practical basis and proposing solutions to compile a standard-based fostering program in Home Affairs major for civil servants in response to standards set out for the Home Affairs Sector.

On his comments on research outcomes of the Proposal, Professor Doctor Dinh Van Tien, the former Director of National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) – the First Evaluator  said that the Proposal specified  theoretically and practically the rationale to set up a training program in the major of Home Affairs for civil servants. Fostering programs were well differentiated from training programs for civil servants. Relationship between current fostering forms and training forms as well as the legal basis for the standard-based fostering programs in the major of Home Affairs for civil servants; realistic status of fostering programs for civil servants in the Home Affairs Sector was analyzed. The Proposal also recommended three orientations and three groups of solutions to the compilation of standard-based fostering programs in the major of Home Affairs for civil servants. However, the structure of the Proposal should be adjusted (including objectives, objectives, contents, time-length and delivery method of fostering activities). The solution of set-up arrangement for the fostering program regarding issues, i.e. selection of organization or individuals to design the program in details, time progress, approach to program design from the start-up to its final evaluation, should be embedded.


 Professor Associate Nguyen Minh Phuong, HUHA Vice Rector in his feedback

Professor Associate Nguyen Minh Phuong, Vice Rector of the Hanoi University of Home Affairs (HUHA) - Evaluator 2 commented on the two strongest points of the Proposal, which are, clearly identification of researching objectives, missions, objects and scale. Basically, the structure of the Proposal aligned to researching objectives and researching missions were implemented. However, as said by Professor Associate Nguyen Minh Phuong, there were several issues stayed unclear and incoherent, i.e. concept of “Home Affairs Sector” and “standards of Home Affairs Sector”. The experiences of foreign countries on training and fostering for civil servant remained generalized, and were not specialized training and fostering programs for civil servants.

Members in the Evaluation Council also contributed opinions of several other contents of the Proposal, i.e., the unclear and incoherent identification of standards of Home Affairs Sector should be supported with stronger scientific bases; characteristics of standard-based fostering program for civil servant in the major of Home Affairs remained sparing and less persuasive.

In summary, Vice Minister Tran Anh Tuan concluded that the Proposal achieved the planned objectives and missions. However, the Prime Minister requested the Research Team to learn from feedbacks of the Evaluation Council’s members to perfect the Proposal.

The Proposal was ranked at Good level./.

Written by Lan Huong

Translated by QG