65 outstanding students honored at annual awards

The Central Committee of the Vietnam Students Association (VSA) in Ho Chi Minh City on January 8  held a ceremony celebrating the 67th annual traditional day of Vietnamese Students (on January 9) and presented the Sinh Vien 5 Tot (Student with five good points) certificates to 53 outstanding students and 12 groups  from colleges and universities throughout the country.

Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh city Party Committee Dinh La Thang congratulates outstanding students. (Photo: Sggp)

The VSA also offered the 2016 Sao Thang Gieng (January Star) Awards to 100 outstanding students.

On this occasion, the HCM City Student Association handed over the Student with five good points' city-level certificates to 226 students of universities and high schools in the city.

The January Star Awards aimd to honor winners’ significant academic achievements during the last academic year and their active participation in the VSA and the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (HCMCYU)’s activities.

Meanwhile the Student with five good points certificate is to praise students who fulfilled five criteria in studying and self-improvement. The criteria include good ethics, good learning, good skills, good integration, and good health.

Attending the ceremony were Politburo member Truong Thi Mai, who is Secretary of the Party Central Committee and head of its Commission for Mass Mobilization; Politburo member and Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh city Party Committee Dinh La Thang and First Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (HCYU) Central Committee , Le Quoc Phong.

 

By Tuan Vu – Translated by Kim Khanh

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