Nguyen The Quynh wins gold again at International Physics Olympiad

NDO – Vietnamese students participating in the Olympiad competitions this year have achieved the highest results ever, thanks to the efforts of the students and special attention from the education and training sector in improving the quality of education. >>> Vietnam wins gold at 28th International Biology Olympiad >>> Vietnam wins four gold medals, ranks third at IMO 2017 >>> Vietnam reaps high results at int’l chemistry Olympiad Significant achievements in the international arena According to the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) all six students, competing at the at the 58th International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) 2017 in Brazil, won medals including four gold, a silver and a bronze medal. Notably, in addition to winning medals, Vietnamese students also achieved high marks, helping the math team finish third in the world, after the Republic of Korea (ROK) and China. 12th grader Hoang Huu Quoc Huy from Le Quy Don High School for the Gifted (Ba Ria-Vung Tau province) was one of the three students to win gold medals, with the highest score of 35 points, among more than 600 students of 112 delegates taking part in the 2017 event. Meanwhile, five students competing in the 48th International Physics Olympiad in Indonesia all won medals, bringing home four gold and one silver medal. This result is the highest ever, helping Vietnam rank fifth after China, the ROK, Russia and Singapore. Whilst at the 49th International Chemistry Olympiad in Thailand, which gathered 297 students from 76 different countries and territories, all four…... [read more]

Danang applies IT in administrative reform Danang City led Vietnamese provinces and cities in Provincial Administrative Reform (PAR Index) in 2015 for the fifth consecutive time. Danang also topped the Public Administration Performance Index ranking over the past five years. These results are attributable to the application of IT. The “single window” section is located on the first floor on the headquarters of the Danang City’s People’s Committee, where citizens and representatives of organizations are instructed on how to proceed with their documents. There are computerized screens for citizens to use to search information and rate their satisfaction over the quality of public administration. Tran Hai from Huu Hai Company of Nguyen Tri Phuong Street, Hai Chau district, said: "Everything is good, procedures are quick and simple. Full instructions are given. For example, if I want to work with the Department of Planning and Investment, or the Department of Industry and Trade, they will tell me in detail what I need.” Similarly, at the district People’s Committee, administrative procedures, including the licensing of a construction project or issuing land certificates are publicized on digital screens. Citizens receive warm instructions from young local staff. Mai Xuan Thuy, deputy head of Office of the Ngu Hanh Son District People’s Committee and leader of the team in charge of citizen reception, said: “Employees from twelve divisions work during four shifts everyday. When citizens come, we greet them and ask what we can do for them. Those who have difficulties in writing, we will…... [read more]

Notably, a scholarship worth over VND2 billion was presented to Nguyen The Quynh from Quang Binh who won a gold medal at the 2016 International Physics Olympiad in Switzerland. Each scholarship for students values at VND7 million and VND12 million, respectively. Over the past 16 years, Odon Vallet has used his own money to finance the grants for excellent young students in France and Vietnam. Since its establishment in 2001, the Vallet Scholarship Fund has allocated over VND100 billion (US$4.76 million) to more than 21,000 students. In 2014, the fund granted over 2,000 scholarships worth VND20 billion (nearly US$952,400) to students throughout Vietnam. The fund was established by French Professor Odon Vallet, from France’s Sorbonne Paris University, through the Meeting Vietnam organisation founded by the Vietnamese-French Professor Tran Thanh Van.... [read more]

According to the Department of Educational Testing and Accreditation under the Ministry of Education and Training, Vietnamese students have won five medals, including two golds, at the International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) 2016. IPhO 2016 has been held in Zurich University, Switzerland, with the participation of 398 students from 87 countries and territories. Among those, 215 students won medals. The two gold medalists were Dinh Thi Huong Thao, a 12th grader from Le Hong Phong High School for the Gifted in the Red River Delta province of Nam Dinh, and 11th grader Nguyen The Quynh from Vo Nguyen Giap high school for the gifted in the central province of Quang Binh. Thao was also honoured as the “Best Female Asian Pacific Participant” by the Association of Asia-Pacific Physics Societies. Nguyen Quang Nam from the Vietnam National University of Education and Pham Quang Minh from the Hanoi-Amsterdam school for the gifted seized silver medals. Meanwhile, Pham Ngoc Nam, Thao’s schoolmate, brought home a bronze medal./. Compiled by BTA (According to daihoi12.dangcongsan.vn)... [read more]

Vietnamese students have won five medals at International Physics Olympiad 2016, including two golds, according to the Ministry of Education and Training. The Vietnamese team includes five high schools in Hanoi and the provinces of Nam Dinh and Quang Binh. Dinh Huong Thao from Le Hong Phong High School in Nam Dinh and Nguyen The Quynh from Vo Nguyen Giap High School in Quang Binh win the gold medals. The silver medals belong to Nguyen Quang Nam from High School for Gifted Students, Hanoi National University of Education and Pham Quang Minh from Hanoi-Amsterdam High School. Pham Ngoc Nam from Le Hong Phong High School of Nam Dinh Province wins the bronze medal. The Int'l Physics Olympiad 2016 was held at Zurich University Thụy Sĩ with the participation of 398 students from 87 countries and territories. Among those, 215 students won medals.... [read more]

Five Vietnamese students competing in the 2016 International Physics Olympiad in Switzerland have won medals, including two golds. Dinh Thi Huong Thao, a 12th grader from the northern province of Nam Dinh, and Nguyen The Quynh, an 11th grader from the central Quang Binh Province, won the gold medals. Thao, who had also won a gold last year, also received the award for the Best Female Asian Pacific Participant this year. In a competition that attracted 450 participants from 90 countries, her score ranked 32nd and Quynh’s, 33rd. Three others won two silvers and a bronze. The 47th International Physics Olympiad was held between July 10 and 18.... [read more]

The two gold medalists were Dinh Thi Huong Thao, a 12th grader from Le Hong Phong High School for the Gifted in Nam Dinh province, and 11th grader Nguyen The Quynh from Vo Nguyen Giap High School for the Gifted in Quang Binh province. Thao was also honoured as the ‘Best Female Asian Pacific Participant’ by the Association of Asia-Pacific Physics Societies. Two silver medals of the Vietnamese delegation were won by Nguyen Quang Nam from the Hanoi National University of Education and Pham Quang Minh from the Hanoi-Amsterdam School for the Gifted. Meanwhile, Pham Ngoc Nam, Thao’s schoolmate, also brought home a bronze medal. Since it was first held in 1967, the International Physics Olympiad has gathered around 12,000 young competitors. This year’s event, held in Zurich from July 11 to 17, welcomed 450 secondary school students from 90 delegations.... [read more]

Dinh Thi Huong Thao named “Best Female Asian Pacific Participant” (Source: vtc.vn) Hanoi (VNA) – All five Vietnamese students participating in the International Physics Olympiad 2016 in Switzerland brought home medals, including two golds, two silvers and one bronze. The information was released by the General Department of Education Testing and Accreditation under the Ministry of Education and Training on July 17. Dinh Thi Huong Thao, a 12th grader from Nam Dinh province’s Le Hong Phong high school for the gifted, and 11th grader Nguyen The Quynh of Quang Binh province’s Vo Nguyen Giap high school won gold medals. The two silver medals went to Nguyen Quang Nam of the high school for the gifted under the Hanoi National University of Education and Pham Quang Minh from the Hanoi-Amsterdam high school for the gifted. Both are 12th graders. Meanwhile, Pham Ngoc Nam, a 12th grader of the Le Hong Phong high school for the gifted in Nam Dinh province, bagged the bronze medal. Thao was also named the “Best Female Asian Pacific Participant” by the Association of Asia-Pacific Physics Societies.-VNA... [read more]

Vietnamese students won two gold, two silver and one bronze medals at the International Physics Olympiad (IPhO 2016), held at the University of Zurich in Switzerland and Liechtenstein from July 11-17. Dinh Thi Huong Thao from Le Hong Phong Specialized High School in Nam Dinh Province and Nguyen The Quynh of Vo Nguyen Giap Specialized High School in Quang Binh Province won gold medals. Silver medals went to Nguyen Quang Nam from High School for Gifted Students at the Hanoi University of Education and Pham Quang Minh of Hanoi-Amsterdam High School. Pham Ngoc Nam of Le Hong Phong Specialized High School in Nam Dinh Province got the bronze medal. Thao was also honored with the "Best Performing Female Asian Participant" award by the Association of Asia-Pacific Physics Societies. The 47th International Physics Olympiad was held in Zürich, Switzerland in conjunction with Liechtenstein. The event drew participation of 398 contestants from 87 countries and regions.... [read more]

All five Vietnamese students participating in the International Physics Olympiad 2016 in Switzerland bagged medals, including two golds, two silvers and one bronze, according to the information released by the General Department of Education Testing and Accreditation under the Ministry of Education and Training on July 17. KTĐT - The Vietnamese team participates in the International Physics Olympiad 2016 in Switzerland. The gold medals were belonged to Dinh Thi Huong Thao, a 12th grader from Nam Dinh province's Le Hong Phong high school for the gifted, and 11th grader Nguyen The Quynh of Quang Binh province's Vo Nguyen Giap high school. Nguyen Quang Nam of the high school for the gifted under the Hanoi National University of Education and Pham Quang Minh from the Hanoi-Amsterdam high school for the gifted won silver medals. Both are 12th graders. Meanwhile, Pham Ngoc Nam, a 12th grader of the Le Hong Phong high school for the gifted in Nam Dinh province, bagged the bronze medal. Particularly, Thao was also named the "Best Female Asian Pacific Participant" by the Association of Asia-Pacific Physics Societies. Thu Minh... [read more]




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