As reported, Viettel will grant scholarships, valued at VND 2 million each, to disadvantaged students in extremely difficult communes in Zone II and III, in ethnic minority and mountainous areas, and communes in coastal areas and on islands in 46 provinces and cities throughout the country. Each commune will receive 10 scholarships (five for primary and five for secondary students).

Presenting gifts to needy students

This activity is within the framework of the learning promotion program conducted by Viettel, the Ministry of Education and Training, and the Vietnam Association for Promoting Education in 2014.

The program aims to nurture students’ learning dreams and call for support from the community, organizations and individuals.

Along with the learning promotion program, Viettel also accompanies the education sector in providing preferential services and creating meaningful playgrounds for students.

As a leading information technology (IT) enterprise, in recent years, Viettel has actively supported the education sector in digital transformation with new solutions to complete the educational ecosystem, creating an effective learning environment for people.

Translated by Quynh Oanh