In the morning of 16 November 2014, Thu Duc College of Technology (TDC) solemnly celebrated its 30th Anniversary Ceremony (1984-2014) and the 32nd Anniversary of Teacher’s Day 20-11 (1982-2014). The event has been regarded as a memorable and significant milestone in the College’s history of establishment and growth.
Master Nguyen Thi Ly – the College’s President – is delivering the opening speech at the ceremony.
The ceremony was attended by Mr Le Hong Son – city committee’s member of the Party and Director of Department of Education and Training, Mr Le Van Nhung – Division Head of Cultural and Social Issues of Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee, Mr Dinh Nhat Linh – Deputy Head of Southern Inspectorate of Ministry of Education and Training, representatives of the City’s Education Union, local authorities, Union of Business Association, retired staffs, representatives of international organizations, the College’s board of management and staff.
TDC’s 30th Anniversary Ceremony (1984-2014) and the 32nd Anniversary of Teacher’s Day 20-11 (1982-2014)
A flash mob performed by 300 TDC’s students was the first activity to celebrate TDC’s 30th Anniversary Ceremony and the 32nd Anniversary of Teacher’s Day 20-11. During the past 30 years, thanks to the enormous efforts of all the staff, TDC has been continuously innovating and improving itself to meet the social demands. Also on this occasion, the College honorably received the Certificate of Merit from the Prime Minister and Certificate of Merit from Ministry of Education and Training; and the College’s Student Union was also awarded the Leading Flag of Emulation group IV.
Mr Le Hong Son - city committee’s member of the Party and Director of Department of Education and Training – is awarding certificates of merit and emulation flag to TDC’s board of management.
At the ceremony, Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee also awarded the City’s Honorary Insignia to Mr Yu Jae Yong - Director of Miracle Korea Company- and Mr Kim Moon Jae – representative of Yeungnam University- for their contribution to the friendly relationship with TDC and HCMC People’s Committee.
Speaking at the ceremony, Mr Le Hong Son highly praised the achievements obtained by TDC’s lecturers/teachers and students during its history and believed that TDC would continue to maintain its traditional value and enjoy more successes in the future.
As part of the ceremony, Department of Education and Training awarded certificates of merit to 7 groups and 6 individuals to honor their great contribution to the College. Simultaneously, TDC also offered honorary medals to 8 retired staffs and 13 other staffs in office; complimented 5 young outstanding teachers; and granted 40 scholarships to the students as well as receiving a large number of scholarships contributed by sponsors to the College’s scholarship fund.
Mr Le Hong Son - city committee’s member of the Party and Director of Department of Education and Training – is speaking at the ceremony.