The Southern Intermediate Pali Cultural Complementary School in Soc Trang Province visits and works with Tra Vinh University

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TVU – On September 23, Mr. Lam Nhum, the Rector of The Southern Intermediate Pali Cultural Complementary School in Soc Trang Province, along with a working delegation and students from the Khmer language interpretation class, visits Tra Vinh University to collaborate and exchange experiences.

The delegation is welcomed by Dr. Thach Thi Dan, Vice-Rector of Tra Vinh University; Dr. Ngo So Phe, Rector of the Southern Khmer Language – Culture – Arts and Humanity (SLASKA); Dr. Cao Thi Hong Cam, Director of the Victory Center for Information Technology and Foreign Languages, along with leaders from various departments within the university.

Dr. Ngo So Phe, the Rector of the School of Southern Khmer Language, Culture, Arts, and Humanities, stated that in addition to the Southern Intermediate Pali Cultural Extension School in Soc Trang Province, they have been a consistent partner of Tra Vinh University. The two institutions have collaborated with various local and regional organizations to provide Khmer language training for officials, civil servants, and educators. Leveraging these advantages, the two entities plan to enhance their cooperation in Khmer language education and capacity-building in the near future.

Rector Lam Nhum mentioned that the Provincial Party Committee and People’s Committee have developed a project to provide Khmer language training for officials, civil servants, and public employees in Soc Trang Province. This initiative aims to ensure proficiency in the Khmer language and a better understanding of and service to the local ethnic communities.

Mr. Lam Nhum expressed his hope that Tra Vinh University will continue to facilitate the participation of officials, civil servants, and public employees in regular and complementary courses. This will contribute to supplementing the human resources proficient in the Khmer language for the province.

Tra Vinh University has been assigned by the Prime Minister to carry out the national key task of training human resources in the fields of Khmer language, culture, and arts in the Southern region. Recently, TVU has made significant efforts to improve the quality of education and enhance international integration in its teaching and research activities, especially in ensuring the international quality of its academic programs.

Tra Vinh University ranks among the top universities in the Mekong Delta region with 15 programs internationally accredited according to AUN-QA, FIBAA, and ABET standards. Among them, the Khmer Language program has received international accreditation from AUN-QA.

By TD