Dialogue inspires students’ devotion aspirations

May 23, 2023 - 18:32
The forum is expected to inspire their desire for making devotion in all fields of life and society, contributing to building a prosperous, happy and sustainable country.
The Vietnamese Students’ Association held a dialogue with Vietnamese undergraduate students on Tuesday. — VNA/VNS Photo Minh Đức

HÀ NỘI — The Vietnamese Students Association (VSA) Central Committee’s Standing Board on Tuesday spoke with Vietnamese undergraduate students inside and outside the country to listen to their aspirations and opinions on various issues.

Addressing the event, the Secretary of the Hồ Chí Minh Communist Youth Union (HCMYU) Central Committee and President of the VSA, Nguyễn Minh Triết, said that the dialogue aimed to directly discuss with and answer questions from students regarding matters of concern.

The forum was expected to inspire their desire for making devotion in all fields of life and society, contributing to building a prosperous, happy and sustainable country, he said.

Hà Việt Hoàng from the Hà Nội Technology of Science and Technology, the winner of The Brain Việt Nam 2019, said that in order to encourage students’ devotion and inspiration, it was necessary to create a favourable environment for them to develop.

Hoàng also asked about the VSA Central Committee’s efforts to attract young talent to students’ movements.

Responding to Hoàng's question, Hồ Hồng Nguyên, head of the HCMYU Central Committee’s School-aged Youth Department and Vice President of the VSA, said that the association always accompanied youngsters, while continuously renovating themselves as well as its programmes and activities to meet demands of the youth.

Along with designing data-driven activities, the association also encouraged young people to devote themselves to youth movements, contributing to national construction and defence.

Answering the questions on orientations and measures to support needy students to overcome difficulties, a VSA representative said that with the determination to not leave any student behind, in the future, the VSA Central Committee would continue to mobilise resources and increase supporting activities for the needy students, while giving special attention to students in difficult conditions.

The representative called on the VSA chapters in cities and provinces nationwide to join hands in the work and expressed hope that businesses and donors would continue to assist needy students to overcome difficulties.

During the dialogue, participants also discussed the implementation of a number of students movements, the digitalisation in the operation of the association, voluntary activities, engagement in protecting the Party’s ideological foundation and State laws in social networks, studying and researching activities and the development of the VSA among students abroad. — VNS