Vo Truong Toan Award honors 20 outstanding teachers in Danang

Sai Gon Giai Phong Newspaper, Danang’s Education and Training Department and Prudential Life Insurance Company co-organized a solemn award ceremony of the first Vo Truong Toan Award in Danang city this morning.

The organizers give certificates for 20 winning teachers. (Photo: Nguyen Khoi)

In this morning award ceremony, the organizers honored 20 outstanding teachers from Danang city’s kindergartens, primary schools, secondary schools, high schools, vocational schools and colleges who have had innovative teaching methods and great contributions for the education sector.

Speaking at the ceremony, Deputy Chairman of the Danang People’s Committee Tran Van Mien expressed his pleasure as the Vo Truong Toan Award was launched for the first time in Danang city.

Deputy Editor-in-Chief of SGGP Newspaper Pham Van Truong congratulated the award-winning teachers; He sent good health wishes to all teachers on Vietnamese Teachers Day (November 20).

Mr. Sanjay Chakrabarty, General Director of Prudential Vietnam Life Insurance Company shared that the company has actively contributed in social activities focusing on sustainable development in the education, health and community donation. 

On behalf of the city's leaders and the organizers, Chairman of the People’s Committee of Danang city Huynh Duc Tho certificated for the outstanding individuals.

The award ceremony took place at the Danang Radio and Television (DRT) and was broadcasted live on the local channel.

The annual Vo Truong Toan Award is co-organized by Sai Gon Giai Phong Newspaper and Prudential Vietnam Company to honor outstanding contributions of teachers for Vietnam's education sector. 

The award ceremony of the first Vo Truong Toan Award was broadcasted live from the Danang Radio and Television. (Photo: Nguyen Khoi)

By Khanh Dung- Translated by Huyen Huong

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