VietNamNet Bridge – Looking for jobs and seeking workers on job websites have become the top choice for candidates and employers, because the method allows them to have things done in the quickest and most effective ways. Le Minh Nhat, a Hanoi University of Education new graduate, has just found a job at an information technology firm. He is satisfied with the new job with the expected monthly salary of VND5 million for the probation 3-month period and promised job promotion opportunities. Nhat said it took him only half a month to find the job. After attending the university graduation exam in early June, he began searching job information news on Internet and applied for suitable positions. “All you have to do is to turn on your computer and access to well known job websites. You’ll be able to find the job opportunities that fit your capability and aspiration. And then apply for the jobs and wait for examinations or interviews,” he said. “You … [Read more...] about School graduates tend to seek jobs via Internet
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VietNamNet Bridge – Why has a Chinese software product, not a Vietnamese or foreign one, been advised to be used at secondary schools? The answer is that there is no Vietnamese suitable product, while foreign ones are too expensive. Software with nine-dotted line used at secondary schools in HCMC Bui Viet Ha, Director of Schoolnet, a member of the group of authors compiling the informatics textbook for secondary school, said on December 25 that the Chinese software was put into use in 2006 already. But only in mid-2012 did someone discover the image of the U-shape line in the software. The authors then sent a letter to the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET), reporting the problem and suggested replacing the lesson with other content. This means that the problem was reported to MOET in 2012 already. The ministry then met the group of authors to discuss amending some … [Read more...] about Why local schools choose a Chinese education software?
VietNamNet Bridge - Exam markers have warned that the average scores that students received after the national exam will be too high, thus making it difficult for schools to decide which students to enroll. Schools have geared up their exam marking as there are 10 fewer days than previous years to finish the marking. Nguyen Xuan Binh, head of the Vinh University’s Training Division, said the school has marked 100 bags of exam papers in social sciences exam subjects, and 150 bags of exam papers in natural sciences. Exam markers noted that many examinees got good marks of 7, 8 and 9, predicting that the average scores from the national exam will be very high this year. Trinh Minh Thu, vice president of the Hanoi Water Resources University, noted that there were many marks of 5-7 in math and 7-8 than in previous years. Students mostly got 5-7 for literature. Kieu Xuan Thuc, head of the training division of the Hanoi Industry University, noted that most marks … [Read more...] about Universities in doubt how to enroll the best students
ANZ funds three school building projects The Saigon Times Daily ANZ and Saigon Children’s Charity (SCC) on Tuesday announced the opening of three schools funded by ANZ as part the 3E (educate-enrich-employ) project, a joint community initiative carried out in Long My District, Hau Giang Province. Apart from building Tra Long Kindergarten, Luong Tam Kindergarten and Tan Phu 1 Primary School, the project awarded 300 scholarships to underprivileged high school students with outstanding academic performance. Since its launch in late 2013, the 3E project has supported over 1,100 youths in Vietnam and opened seven schools. Dennis Hussey, CEO of ANZ Vietnam, said: “This year, we hope to build more schools, continue to provide scholarships for students in hardship and upgrade information-technology equipment for secondary schools. We are confident that together with our partner SCC and the Government’s support, we will be able to achieve plans.” Working in … [Read more...] about ANZ funds three school building projects
Fortuneteller In The Technological Era By Cong Sang The story of a company director in HCMC who makes a successful business from data collection His name is Nguyen Duong Huy Vu. This name was infamous associated with poor performance at school, with six exam resits for one subject, and 4-5 resits for around 30 subjects each! It was sheer luck that Vu graduated from university. Yet he was also known for his rather impressive entrepreneurial idea: collecting data from all businesses in Vietnam. The idea crossed Vu’s mind when he was in charge of website designing and domain trading for a company co-founded with a few friends. It was 2001, when the Internet was still a novel concept. Searching for business data was a nightmare to Vu. “The information given through the general information hotline 1080, though cursory, was the only thing available,” Vu says. However, he did not pay a great deal of attention to collecting and buiding a database until he got fired from his … [Read more...] about Fortuneteller In The Technological Era