Nguyen Thi Chau Anh, the new “Student Leader” in Ho Chi Minh City received the award of the program – Photo: QL
Chau Anh is currently the Vice President of the International University Student Association (Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City). With this victory, Chau Anh will join Nguyen Hoa Kim Thai (University of Economics and Law, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City) – the second prize of the contest – the representative of Ho Chi Minh City is present at the contest “Leaders” students” nationwide organized by the Vietnam Student Association.
Each round, each section is designed with increased difficulty and shortened time as a pressure that we hope you will face and overcome to show your ability, flexibility and skill. Skills required in association work, student movement activities
Ms. Thi Ngoc Linh (permanent vice president of Vietnam Student Association in Ho Chi Minh City)
New Ho Chi Minh City “Student Leader” Nguyen Thi Chau Anh in her arms congratulates her friends on the victory – Photo: QL
Chau Anh’s victory is considered worthy when finishing the rounds in the previous competition, you are the person with the second highest cumulative total points and the gap with the leader is quite close.
In the decisive contest “Leadership”, Chau Anh debated and argued with contestant Nguyen Huynh Trang Nha on the topic that social networks are making current students more distant from each other than other generations of students.
With her sharp argument, Chau Anh believes that Gen Z students like you today were born in the technology age, getting used to and living with social networks is inevitable.
However, according to you, social networks do not separate us further. Is it just the way each person approaches and uses it that makes people, including students, closer or closer?
“Social networks are a means for us to connect and stick with each other no matter where we are, whether we are far or near geographical distances. Thanks to social networks, friends can completely update information. each other’s life and study no matter where you are” – Chau Anh analyzed.
12 finalists “HCMC Student Leaders” 2022: Minh Quan, Thao Van, Kim Thai, Tran My, Dieu Thi, Lap Phuc (back row, from left) and Chau Anh, Trang Nha, Kim Hoa, Kim Lien, Hong Phuc, Long Ho (front row, from left) – Photo: QL
The contest is a playground organized by the Vietnam Student Association in Ho Chi Minh City every 2 years, for students’ union officials from the branch level and above.
This year, about 800 students who are officials of the student unions of schools in Ho Chi Minh City participated. The contest also used a variety of tools appropriate for the current student age to spread the message. Among them is a round that requires using TikTok to take the test and interact with city students.
Awarding the second prize of Nguyen Hoa Kim Thai contest – Photo: QL
Female student “overwhelming”
Up to 10 out of 12 finalists are female students. And the 4 you with the highest results entered the final round to decide who was the leader and all girls.
The winner of the contest and the title of “Student Leader” in Ho Chi Minh City was awarded to Nguyen Thi Chau Anh, the second prize was awarded to Nguyen Hoa Kim Thai.
Two third prizes of the same rank belonged to Nguyen Huynh Trang Nha (University of Economics and Law, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City) and Hoang Thi Kim Hoa (Ho Chi Minh City University of Education).
Two consolation prizes belong to Nguyen Duc Minh Quan (University of Science, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City) and Luong Tran My (Pham Ngoc Thach Medical University).
The Student Union of Ho Chi Minh City University of Education and the University of Finance – Marketing were rewarded for the group with the most students participating and having the best exam results.
Two friends Nguyen Huynh Trang Nha and Hoang Thi Kim Hoa received the third prize in the contest – Photo: QL
Nguyen Duc Minh Quan and Luong Tran My shared the consolation prize – Photo: QL
Contestants take part in the situation handling competition at the final match – Photo: QL