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Floor mark scheme for university no longer valid, student quality questioned

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Education experts have warned that university enrollment will be ‘in tumult’ this year as the floor mark scheme has been removed.

   

Gov’t Inspectorate proposes new contract for HCM City waste treatment complex

The Government Inspectorate of Việt Nam has recommended that a contract between HCM City and Việt Nam Waste Solutions Inc (VWS) for receipt and treatment of solid waste at the city’s Đa Phướ [ … ]

   

Dirty water, garbage on Cat Ba Island disgusts tourists

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Lan Ha Bay of Cat Ba archipelago is at risk of pollution due to several reasons, including indiscriminate littering.

   

High schools’ 2018 enrollment season stressful for parents, students

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This year’s enrollment season has been stressful for tens of thousands of parents and students. The race to enter high schools has never been so competitive.

   

High school graduation rate at over 97 percent nationwide

Over 97 per cent of students sitting the national high school examination in late June were eligible for graduation, the Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) announced yesterday.

   

Students flunk history in national high school exam

Nearly 78 per cent of students scored below 5/10 in history during the recent 2018 national high school graduation exams, according to the Ministry of Education and Training.

   

HCM City will not raise school tuition this year

 The HCM City Department of Education and Training has decided not to raise tuition at schools in all of the city’s 24 districts this year.

   

Hanoi’s West Lake hit by another mass fish death

Thousands of dead fish were found floating in Hà Nội’s West Lake, the capital’s largest lake and a popular scenic spot, over the weekend, posing a health hazard to those living nearby.  [ … ]

   

$37.7m in economic damages from natural disasters in first half of 2018

Due to natural disasters in the first six months of 2018, seventy-five people have been killed or remain unaccounted for, while 48 others suffered injuries.

   

Kon Tum uses tech to fight fires

The Chư Mom Ray National Park’s use of advanced technology for management has reduced the number of illegal logging cases and forest fires.

   

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