This year’s event attracted students from 85 education institutions across the country with their 419 entries in six categories of natural sciences, engineering, medicine, agriculture, social studies and humanities.

Winners of the competition receive the awards. (Photo:

At the final round, the jury chose 72 outstanding projects for prizes, including 10 first and 62 second awards.

In his remarks, Deputy Minister of Education and Training Nguyen Van Phuc underlined that the annual competition becomes a prestigious scientific award and a widespread interesting playground for students nationwide. 

He hailed the quality of all projects this year, saying that many projects are feasible and applicable.

The official requested universities to mobilize resources and encourage instructors and students to participate more actively and effectively in scientific research.

Translated by Van Hieu