Director of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry – Hai Phong Chapter Phi Van Duc said that the reality shows that it is not possible to expect a breakthrough in labour productivity, investment efficiency and competitiveness of the economy as well as the business community without change. The advantage of cheap labour are falling fast due to the impacts of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES APRIL 4
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Tong Hai Nam, deputy head of MoLISA’s Overseas Labor Management Department, said that total funding for the project was about 1.3 trillion VND (more than 57 million USD) from the state budget, loans from the Vietnam Development Bank and the Fund for Support of Abroad Employment Development. … [Read more...] about Vietnam aims to export more skilled labor
Senior Colonel Nguyen Duc Sang, Deputy Commander and Chief of Staff of Division 317, said that since they are stationed in an epicenter, the unit had carefully developed a detailed plan and promoted information dissemination to raise troops’ awareness of COVID-19. … [Read more...] about Hundreds of people complete 14-day quarantine
For instance, most of the country’s 29 provincial-level colleges of education suffer from low enrolment rates. Thirteen of them have already received approval for merging with other schools to overcome their financial difficulties. Nông Lâm University in HCM City recently held discussions with the Ninh Thuận Province People’s Committee for the merger of the Ninh Thuận College of Education with its campus in the province. The merger has been approved and his university is carrying out necessary procedures for job assignment to submit to the Ministry of Education and Training for approval, Dr Trần Đình Lý, deputy rector of Nông Lâm, said. There is tough competition among schools to enrol students, making things difficult for colleges in provinces, he said. The Government’s policy of merging provincial colleges with large universities is obviously the ideal solution, he said. It would help local students access … [Read more...] about Rural colleges with low enrolment rates seek mergers with large universities
VN education ministry agrees to cut back teaching programs due to school closure The Ministry of Education and Training has allowed education departments to cut curricula taught in primary, secondary and high schools due to the prolonged school closure caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. … [Read more...] about How are foreign teachers earning their living in the COVID-19 crisis?