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The Vocational college for the Central Highlands Ethnic Minority Youths held opening ceremony for school year 2015 – 2016 and receives first class labour medal.
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On the morning 8 December 2015, The Vocational college for the Central Highlands Ethnic Minority Youths has held opening ceremony for school year 2015 – 2016 and received first class labour medal. Attendees in the opening ceremony include Mai Hoan Niê Kdăm – Vice chairperson of Dak Lak People’s Committee; leaders of the Departments, sectors, mass organizations in the province; staff, teachers, officers, students who are working in the School.

During 2014 – 2015 school year, The Vocational college for the Central Highlands Ethnic Minority Youths recruited over 1,000 students; proportion of eligible students is 97.7%. In terms of staff and teacher development, the School continues to recruit, provide training for lecturers, teachers, managerial staff with the aim to increase professional capacity, understanding of political theory meeting the demand for the growth of the school. Apart from that, the School continues to do well in career orientation and employment recommendation for the graduates….In 2014, the school was selected to become 45 schools that will prioritized for investment in order to become high quality vocational school until 2020, aiming to provide training for high quality labor force, further integrating into the region and the world, contributing to the industrialization, modernization of the country.
Based on achieved results, in 2015 – 2016 school year, the School will place focus on primary responsibilities such as: continuing the innovation and focusing more on student enrollment, ensuring criteria and scale assigned; increase training for staff, teachers; implementing the projects funded by the Government, Dak Lak province and international organizations; implementing relevant scientific research, technological transfer, production and service activities in order to fully utilize facilities and enhance capacity for staff, teachers; striving to maintain quality accreditation level 3 including high quality school criteria.

M.A. Ra Lan Von Ga – School principal – awarded honor certificate to students with excellent academic achievement during school year 2014 – 2015

During 37 years of development, with contribution to the building of high quality labor force for Central Highland region and the country, The Vocational college for the Central Highlands Ethnic Minority Youths has proudly received prestigious prizes from the Ministries, sectors, Government and locality. In recognition of continuous effort, endeavor of generation of staff, teachers of the School, during school year 2015 – 2016, the School continues to be awarded first class labour medal.
Delivering a speech at the ceremony, Vice chairperson of  Provincial People’s Committee Mai Hoan Niê Kdăm acknowledged and praised school’s achievement, at the same time, she wished that during upcoming time, apart from diligent innovation of teaching method, investment in construction, repair, upgrade, maintenance, good use of facilities, equipment to ensure the increase in teaching and learning quality, the School needs to increase linkage with production organizations to secure job for the graduates, strives to achieve objectives for school year 2015 – 2016, contributing to the development of training, education of the province, the Central highland region and the country in general.
During opening ceremony 2015 – 2016 and receiving first class labour medal, many individuals and groups of the school were awarded honor certificate and emulation flag from the leaders including: M.A. Ra Lan Von Ga – School principal was awarded third level Labour medal from the national President and M.A. Do Hong Thai –  Head of Department of Agriculture Forestry – Veterinary was awarded honor certificate from the Government. This is the encouragement that motivates school staff, teachers to put in more efforts into realizing strategic direction, objective of becoming a high quality school, contributing to robust socio-economic growth of the province, the Central Highland region, as well as the country in a period of international integration.

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