Friday, April 20, 2012

Truong Dai Hoc Duoc Hanoi

Truong Dai Hoc Duoc Hanoi (Hanoi University of Pharmacy) celebrating 50 years (nam) anniversary on the 19th day of November 2011 at her main campus,located along No:13-15,Le Thanh Tong Street.

The University World ranking is number 8687.

 Don Nhan Danh Hieu (constructive development) Anh Hung (Hero) Lao Dong (labour).

 Hanoi University of Pharmacy is originated from the Faculty of Pharmacy of the Indochina Medical and Pharmaceutical School, which was established in 1902 with the mission of training secondary physicians and junior pharmacists.

In 1941, the Experimental School of Medicine and Pharmacy was renamed to the Indochina Medical and Pharmaceutical University.

After August revolution (that followed by the foundation of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam) in 1945, it was renamed to Vietnam University of Medicine and Pharmacy.

 In 1961, with the increase in the demand of medical and pharmaceutical human resources, the Ministry of Health decided to split Vietnam University of Medicine and Pharmacy into two separate colleges including Hanoi College of Medicine and Hanoi College of Pharmacy.

In 1985, due to substantial growth, Hanoi College of Pharmacy was renamed to Hanoi University of Pharmacy as it is today.

Nhiet Liet Chao Mung (Warmly Welcome) to the Hanoi National University of Pharmacy 50 Nam Anniversary (1961-2011) of construction and development.

Hanoi National University(Đại học Quốc gia Hà Nội- world ranking 1299)was founded in the year 1902,and is ranked number two in Vietnam after Can Tho University (Trường Đại học Cần Thơ-world ranking 1208)in the Mekong Delta region near Ho Chi Minh City.

Photo showing front main entrance to an old French colonial styled building housing the campus.

This must be one of the former French Indochine administrative building during their occupation between 1873 till 1954.

The Le Thanh Tong Campus of the Vietnam National University is located at 19 Le Thanh Tong Street. From the Hanoi Opera House, walk along Le Thanh Tong Street, past the Hilton Hotel on your left.

You will see the Vietnam National University Le Thanh Tong Campus on your left after Thai Than Street.

Door front red banner "Welcome Deputy Ly Ky Niem"50 Anniversary(Nam Thanh Lap)Department of Chemistry (Khao Hoa Hoc).

A red colour banner is being used because it signifies power.

To the Chinese it symbolizes happiness,good luck and prosperity.

Most socialist countries also have their country's flag with a red background.

GS Nguy Nhu Kon Tum (May 3,1913-Mac 28,1991) statue on the left section of reception hall.

Also known as Professor Wei aka Le Wei Tong,he was born in the Central Highlands,a native of social Luong Minh City,Huong Tra district , province of Thua Thien.

He spent most of his childhood days in Hue completing primary school at Truong Quoc Truong Thanh and then high school at the School of Grapefruit in Hanoi.

In 1932 , Wei was granted a scholarship to study in Paris and holds a BA in Physics, Physics-Chemistry Master at the University of Paris (also known as the Sorbonne , France ), and is accepted as a graduate student at the laboratory of Frédéric Joliot-Curie , a physicist and famous French nuclear scientist.

After World War II broke out in 1939 , following the advice of Professor Joliot-Curie,Wei returned to Vietnam.
He was appointed Indochina Director of Studies by Ho Chi Minh.
During the August 22,1945 revolution he even participted with the North Vietnamese army against the French occupiers.
 He founded SET Assembly for patriotism education for young intellectuals. He was leading the first scientific projects Vietnam Geophysics Conference International in Moscow in 1957

He is regarded as a patriotic scientist, serving the country till the last breath, is a dedicated teacher with integrity and humility.
He has helped train several generations of students, including many who have become teachers and talented scientists.
He was awarded the State Teacher of People with several medals including the Medal of Resistance; Labor Medal; Independence Medal; Resistance Medal against Americans.

GS Lê Văn Thiêm (March 29, 1918 – June 3, 1991) was one of the most prominent scientists of Vietnam in the 20th century.

Together with Hoàng Tụy, he is considered the father of Vietnam Mathematics society.

He was the first director of Vietnam Institute of Mathematics and the first Headmaster of Hanoi National University of Education and Hanoi University of Science.

Lê Văn Thiêm was born in 1918 at Trung Lễ Commune, Đức Thọ district, Hà Tĩnh province, to an intellectual family.

 He attended the Collège de Quy Nhơn and was a top science student.
Within 4 years, he finished the 9-year education (equivalent to K-12 system of the US) and went to University of Indochina for his higher education.

In 1939, after passing the final term examination excellently, Lê Văn Thiêm was offered a scholarship to study at École Normale Supérieure.
His education was interrupted by the outbreak of the Second World War, and only continues in 1941. He graduated with Bachelor Degree of Mathematics within a year, rather than the conventional 3-year time. Under the direction of Professor Georges Valiron, he defended his Ph.D. dissertation successfully in Germany at 1945 and then moved to the University of Zurich where he met and worked with Rolf Herman Nevanlinna for some years.

In 1949, following the call of Hồ Chí Minh, Lê Văn Thiêm returned to Vietnam to support the war of decolonizing Vietnam.

Moving through many positions in North Vietnam's science institutions and government, in the mid-1950s he was appointed headmaster of the National University of Advanced Education and School of Basic Science (now the Hanoi National University of Education and the Hanoi University of Science, Vietnam National University, Hanoi).

In 1960s, he was one of the scientists who suggested opening two national high schools (Hanoi National University of Education High school and Hanoi University of Science High school) to foster Vietnamese mathematics talents.

In 1970 he became the first director of the Vietnam Institute of Mathematics. Later on, he also became the founder and first editor-in-chief of two of Vietnam's Mathematical Journals: Acta Mathematica Vietnamica (in Latin) and Vietnam Journal of Mathematics (in English). Lê Văn Thiêm died in 1991 in Ho Chi Minh city.

The charming reception hall interior with Colonial French architecture.

The main entrance door has some fine decorative art.
The French colonists, who occupied Vietnam, wanted to feel at home.

 Not only did they import their culture, religion, and food, but they imported French architectural styles as well.

As Vietnam opens up to the world, the French architectural heritage is enjoying a new renaissance as one of the country’s tourist attractions.

  A very spacious stairway. .

 Skeletal makeup of an elephant.

A primitive ancestor of today's elephants grazed in swamps 40 million years ago, according to a study of fossil teeth.

 Elephants today do have ancient relatives which lived primarily in water.

Khoa Senh Hoc.(Department of Scientific Research) Bao Tang Dong Vat (Zoological Museum)

The Centre for Research in Earth Sciences (CRES)

 This is an area of quantitative understanding of Earth and environmental systems, now recognised as vital to the needs of society on a changing and hazardous Earth.

Understanding how the Earth works as a system through its physical, chemical and biological processes.


Phong Thi Nghiem (Laboratory)

View from the back of the building.

The University now has 21 departments, 15 administrative units.
Rector:Associate Professor- Doctor Le Viet Hung Vice Rector:Associate Professor- Doctor Nguyen Dang Hoa
Vice Rector:Associate Professor- Doctor Thai Nguyen Hung Thu

01. Department of Pharmaceutics
02. Department of Pharmaceutical Industry
03. Department of Traditional Medicine
04. Department of Clinical Pharmacy
05. Department of Pharmacognosy
06. Department of Pharmacology
07. Department of Physical Education
08. Department of Defense Education
09. Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry 10. Department of General Inorganic Chemistry
11. Department of Organic Chemistry
12. Department of Biochemistry
13. Department of Marxism - Leninism
14. Department of Foreign Languages
15. Department of Analytical Chemistry and Toxicology
16. Department of Pharmaceutical Administration and Economics
17. Department of Botany
18. Department of Mathematics - Informatics
19. Department of Physics – Physical Chemistry 20. Department of Microbiology – Biology
21. Department of Medical basis

Behind the main building.

View of the ceiling.

Side entrance to the conference hall.

Imported wooden door from France.

Art decor graphic design.

Some of the university professors having group photograph with the student dancers.

Future student nurses and pharmacists dressed in traditional indigenous ethnic costumes.

 Their dresses are similar to the Alishan girls in the highlands at Hualien in Taiwan.

If you desire to escape the traditional Vietnam trail,go to the Central Highlands of Vietnam.

One such place is where the late Professor Wei birthplace,Kon Tum Province in the Central Tay Nguyen Highlands or Central Highlands.

Kon Tum Province is bordered on the north by Quang Nam,on the south by Gia Lai,on the east by Quang Ngai and on the west by Laos.

Kon Tum is 49 kilometres north of Pleiku; 246 kilometres north of Buon Ma Thuot; 198 kilometres northwest of Qui Nhon and 436 kilometres northwest of Nha Trang.

Buses and minibuses leave for Pleiku, Buon Ma Thuot, Qui Nhon, Quang Ngai, and Hue, Ha Noi, Nha Trang and Ho Chi Minh City/SaiGon on a daily basis.

  Another place is Dak Lak Province, the largest in Tay Nguyen or Central Highlands, is located southeast of the Truong Son Mountains,shares a 240 kilometre border with Cambodia on the west.

Dak Lak has many beautiful lakes such as Ea Kao, Eas No and Eo Don. Lac Lake is where the M’nong minority has been living for many generations and has relatively flat terrains with average altitude 500 – 800 metres above the sea level lowering from the southeast to the northwest. Buon Ma Thuot, which is 536 metres above sea level, is the provincial capital of Dak Lak.

The majority of the local inhabitants are the E De people, one of the several groups of ethnic minority on the Central Highlands. T

he peculiar trait of the city is that there are many town houses made of wood in the inner city while many other houses in the suburbs are those on stilts.

Buon Ma Thuot means 'Thuot's father's village' in the Ede language. And Ban Me Thuot, means the same in M'Nong. T
here are two notable sounds that awaken residents of Ban Me Thuot and that is the sound of the Roman Catholic Church bell calling signalling the morning mass.

Two of the girls were carrying the tea harvester basket.

Bao Loc City in Lam Dong Province is Vietnam premier tea growing area and B'lao is the Vietnamese premier brand.

 Lam Dong borders Khanh Hoa province and Ninh Thuan province to the east, Dong Nai province to the southwest, Binh Thuan province to the southeast, Dak Lak province to the north, and Dak Nong province to the northwest.

It is the only Central Highlands province which does not share its western border with Cambodia Lam Dong Province capital is Da Lat.

Vietnamese French (French: français du Viêt-nam) is a dialect of French spoken in Vietnam.

Vietnam is the largest of the three Francophone nations in Asia, the others being Laos and Cambodia, and the language is spoken by over 5% of the population and sometimes used in international relations.

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