Ceremony for 65th anniversary of Vietnam Revolution’s education

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Ceremony for 65th anniversary of Vietnam Revolution’s education

HCM City hosted a ceremony on September 8 to mark the 65th anniversary of Vietnam’s revolutionary education and congratulate Vu Dinh Hoe, Vietnam’s first minister of education and training on his long life. Many leaders from the Ministry of Education and Training, the HCM City People’s Committee, and local teachers presented flower baskets to congratulate Mr Hoe. Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan also sent a letter of congratulation to Professor Vu Tan Khiem, Mr Hoe’s son. At the ceremony, current Minister of Education and Training Pham Vu Luan affirmed that his predecessors made great contributions to Vietnam’s revolutionary education including late President Ho Chi Minh, Ministers Nguyen Van Huyen, Hoang Minh Giam, Professor Tran Van Giau, and especially Mr Vu Dinh Hoe who re-opened Indochina University for teaching the Vietnamese language. Over the past years, Vietnam’s education and training sector has obtained major achievements. The country’s education network has developed strongly. From a nation with over 95 percent illiteracy, the national education system has greatly improved in a variety of educational levels. Investment for the education sector increased from 8 percent in 1990 to over 20 percent at present.

Many leaders from the Ministry of Education and Training, the HCM City People’s Committee, and local teachers presented flower baskets to congratulate Mr Hoe. Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Thien Nhan also sent a letter of congratulation to Professor Vu Tan Khiem, Mr Hoe’s son.

At the ceremony, current Minister of Education and Training Pham Vu Luan affirmed that his predecessors made great contributions to Vietnam’s revolutionary education including late President Ho Chi Minh, Ministers Nguyen Van Huyen, Hoang Minh Giam, Professor Tran Van Giau, and especially Mr Vu Dinh Hoe who re-opened Indochina University for teaching the Vietnamese language.

Over the past years, Vietnam’s education and training sector has obtained major achievements. The country’s education network has developed strongly. From a nation with over 95 percent illiteracy, the national education system has greatly improved in a variety of educational levels. Investment for the education sector increased from 8 percent in 1990 to over 20 percent at present.

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