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Tablets presented to help disadvantaged students in HCMC study online

More than 100 ethnic minority or disadvantaged students in Ho Chi Minh City have been presented tablets and laptops to help them study online. The move is being implemented in response to the “Internet connection and computers for children” programme launched by the Prime Minister to provide computers and telecommunications services to students in difficult circumstances.
Disadvantaged students get support with internet connections Society

Disadvantaged students get support with internet connections

In response to the “Telecommunications services and computers for children” programme launched by the Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh, Vietnam Internet Network Information Centre (VNNIC) have presented gifts including smartphones and 4G Mobifone SIM cards for disadvantaged students at Dich Vong Secondary School in Hanoi’s Cau Giay district.
Vietnamese Students’ Association in Europe established Society

Vietnamese Students’ Association in Europe established

With support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese and Vietnamese representative agencies in Europe, a virtual congress took place recently to set up the Vietnamese Students’ Association in Europe, gathering young Vietnamese from 11 nations including Belgium, France, the Czech Republic, Austria, and Poland.
Computers donated to help poor students with online learning Society

Computers donated to help poor students with online learning

Vietnam Electricity (EVN) has donated 24,000 computers worth 60 billion VND (2.62 million USD) to the programme “Song va may tinh cho em” (Internet connection and computers for children) which was launched on September 12 to provide computers and telecom services for students and pupils with difficult circumstances.
Siemens launches IT and contest for Vietnamese engineers and students Sci-Tech

Siemens launches IT and contest for Vietnamese engineers and students

Siemens has officially launched a contest titled “Best Applications of SIMATIC IOT2050” with an aim to provide an opportunity for automation engineers and students in Vietnam to demonstrate their talent, use their creativity and out-of-the-box thinking in order to come up with innovative ideas and solutions for the automation industry.