1. Function

The Center for Information Technology, Communication and Library (Information Technology-Media & Library Center) has the functions of:

- Advising and assisting the Rector in building, managing infrastructure, and applying information technology in all areas of the university's activities;

- Building and managing communication work and promoting the university's activities;

- Building, managing and developing learning materials systems;

- Organizing library service activities to serve the university's teaching, learning, scientific research and community services.

2. Mission

- Develop rules and regulations related to information technology activities and information technology applications in accordance with current regulations.

- Monitor, evaluate, and make recommendations to relevant units of the University on compliance with regulations on information technology operations and applications promulgated by the Rector.

- Plan and implement information technology activities, application of information technology and media promotion of the university's activities as approved by the Rector.

- Consult on developing technical conditions and standards when investing in information technology-related equipment.

-  Collect, store, process and ensure information security to serve the direction of the Rector.

-  Manage and ensure technical information technology infrastructure for activities in the university.

- Advise the Rector on plans to develop the university's brand as well as activities to preserve and develop the university's reputation and brand,

- Develop plans for communication strategies and manage communication channels to promote the university.

- Develop plans for investment, procurement, repair and application of information technology to manage and organize the university's activities.

- Devise plans to develop the library in a modern direction towards effective application of information technology.

- Serving (Serve/Help) the information needs of civil servants, public employees, workers, students, trainees and relevant stakeholders in the region.

- Collect, store and promptly disseminate medical and pharmaceutical data in different information carriers to meet the information requirements of civil servants, public employees, workers, students and trainees.

- Create plans to purchase materials to meet the teaching, learning and research needs of civil servants, public employees, workers, students and trainees.

- Equip civil servants, public employees, workers, students and trainees with necessary knowledge to use the electronic library.