Commendation for 2023’s “Three Good Merits” “Five Good Merits” students at university level

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TVU – Dr. Thach Thi Dan, Standing Member of the Party Committee and Vice Rector of Tra Vinh University, makes an appearance on the evening of January 7 at the 74th anniversary of the Traditional Day of Vietnamese Students and the Vietnamese Students Association (January 9, 1950 – January 9, 2024) and congratulates 275 students honored with the “Student with Five Good Merits” title and 03 students recognized as “Student with Three Good Merits.”

Mr. Nguyen Thanh Nha, Deputy Secretary of the Tra Vinh Provincial Youth Union; Ms. Pham Le Phuong Thao, Standing Member of the Tra Vinh Provincial Youth Union, Secretary of the Youth Union, and President of the Tra Vinh University Student Association; along with members of the Executive Committee of the University Youth Union and Student Association, club leaders, and representatives of other units, also attend the event.

According to Ms. Pham Le Phuong Thao, Standing Member of the Tra Vinh Provincial Youth Union, Secretary of the Youth Union, and President of the Tra Vinh University Student Association, the students who are recognized as “students with five good merits” and “students with three good merits” have all demonstrated excellence in both their academics and extracurricular activities. In addition, they are proficient in integration and actively engage in voluntary work.

The “Student with Five Good Merits” movement, she continues, has continually attracted the interest and participation of a large number of students over several years of implementation. It has developed into one of the main initiatives of the student movements and the Student Association of the university, creating a model of a modern and active student body based on five criteria: academic results, ethics, physical strength, volunteering, and integration.

  

The “Student with Five Good Merits” and “Student with Three Good Merits” movements have fostered several exemplars of students who excel academically, lead a positive lifestyle, and make valuable contributions to society. Numerous outstanding students have been granted membership in the Communist Party of Vietnam, helping to shape a generation of Tra Vinh University students characterized by a strong sense of patriotism, ambition, loyalty, and pride.

Of the total 275 students awarded the title “Student with Five Good Merits” in 2023, there are 02 students who won the title at the Central level: Nguyen Khanh Bao Thuy Vy (2020’s Vietnamese Language and Literature Teacher Education class) and Nguyen Thi Kieu Tien (2019’s Finance-Banking class).

In the congratulation’s remarks, Dr. Thach Thi Dan, Standing Member of the Party Committee and Vice Rector of the university, expresses her hope that the outstanding students who have earned the “Student with Five Good Merits” and “Student with Three Good Merits” titles will serve as role models for future generations of Tra Vinh University students. Thereby, the movement within Tra Vinh University’s student body will gain greater traction, and more students will fulfil the requirements to be recognized as “students with five good merits” and “students with three good merits” in the upcoming years.

In honour of this occasion, the Tra Vinh University Student Association grants merit certificates to individuals who have excelled in regional and national competitions. Additionally, prizes are given out for activities related to the 74th anniversary of the Traditional Day of Vietnamese Students and the Vietnamese Students Association.

The title of “Student with Five Good Merits” is a noble prize that all Vietnamese students attempt to achieve. It aims to build a well-rounded student image by following 5 criteria: good academic performance, good ethics, good physical fitness, good volunteering, and good integration.
“Student with Three Good Merits” is a movement widely deployed by the Central Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union among high school students to motivate them to study, practice, and cultivate their ideals. The specific criteria of the movement include good academic performance, good ethics, and good physical fitness. The movement aims to find, recognize, and replicate the exemplars of high-achieving students.

By Lan Anh