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TRANG CHỦ » 2013 » Tháng 7 » 05
VietNamNet Bridge – Ha Noi and HCM City are working to smooth traffic flows for candidates attending this year's university entrance exams which start today, July 4, around the country.

A volunteer shows a university candidate how to find his examination hall. More than 800,000 candidates have registered to sit for the first wave of the exam.
More than 800,000 candidates in groups A (mathematics, physics, and chemistry), A1 (mathematics, physics and English) and V (mathematics, physics and drawing) have registered to sit for the first wave of the exam which will end tomorrow.
Head of Ha Noi Police's Road and Traffic Police Office Dao Vinh Thang said the exams were organised during normal days, not weekends, so there would be more traffic pressure and huge traffic jams could happen.
Ha Noi traffic police would take various measures to response to the situation to ensure candidates arrived at exam venues safely and on time, he said at a recent meeting held to discuss traffic plans for the exam days.
Police have been mobilised at all exam venues to help guide traffic while priorities will be given to candidates and their families to enable them to get access to exam venues in time.
Traffic police were also responsible for guiding candidates to exam venues and would give them a lift if they are late, Thang sai ... Xem thêm
Category: Bản tin Tiếng Anh | Views: 443 | Added by: dangthanhtam | Date: 05-07-13

VietNamNet Bridge – Hamlet 5, An Xuyen commune, Ca Mau city - where Mrs. Nguyen Thi My Nhan hung herself after failing to borrow VND4 million ($200) to pay tuition for her son, schools have boards noting: "Education is the way to get out of poverty." 
In Ca Mau alone and in the Mekong Delta, everywhere you can see that slogan or "Learning is the way to change fate." Ironically, in this land, there have been those who get poorer or suffer from their children's education... 
Life isn’t like a dream 
"Learning is the way to change fate" is the slogan on this board. There are many such boards in Ca Mau. 
Nearly three months after the death of Mrs. My Nhan, Tran Tien Anh – a 3rd year student of the Cuu Long Mechanical Engineering University (Vinh Long province), the son of Mrs. Nguyen Thi Tung, in Tan Xuyen Ward, Ca Mau City, who once committed suicide because she could not pay debts, was still worried for his mother. 
"From that day my sister and I called our mum every night to comfort her. I'm afraid that my mum will do the foolish act like Mrs. Nhan," Tien An ... Xem thêm
Category: Bản tin giáo dục | Views: 612 | Added by: dangthanhtam | Date: 05-07-13

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