Sr. Lt. Gen. Phan Van Giang presents the MND's certificate of merit and insignia to an excellent graduate cadet

The meeting was presided over by Senior Lieutenant General Phan Van Giang, member of the Party Central Committee, permanent member of the Central Military Commission, Chief of the General Staff of the Vietnam People’s Army and Deputy Defense Minister.

During the 2017-2018 academic year, positive changes and important achievements were seen in the education and training work of military academies and schools, thanks to the sound and direct leadership of the Central Military Commission, as well as leadership of the MND, the General Staff, and the General Department of Politics.

Accordingly, the training quality has improved to meet the army-building requirement in the current period. As a result, graduates are capable of undertaking and fulfilling missions assigned by their units.

At the meeting, General Giang presented certificates of merits to the honored cadets and applauded their best results.

He asked the graduates to further study, practice and strive for better outcomes at their units, promote a high sense of responsibility for their assigned missions, bring into play the spirit of activeness and creativeness as well as effectively apply the knowledge acquired at schools to contribute to the development of their units, and try to become excellent officers and talented researchers.

Regarding the mission of the Fatherland building and protection in the current period, the Chief of the General Staff requested military academies and schools to further improve training quality, combine education and training work with units’ reality of training and combat readiness, renovate training programs, apply lessons and experiences gained from the national salvation cause into their training programs, foster instructors and education managers, improve foreign language teaching and studying quality, while further building regularity, actively applying information technology in training and education management and building smart schools attached closely to the fourth Industrial Revolution.

He also asked units to be staffed with the new graduates to create favorable conditions for them to quickly grasp the units’ situations, bring into play their creativeness in studying and doing research and complete excellently all assigned missions.

Translated by Mai Huong