The 3rd Congress of Binh Duong provincial Students Association for the 2023-2028 tenure will take place at the end of September, with the participation of more than 350 delegates representing more than 30,000 members and students across the province. To welcome this big event, students from province-based universities and colleges have been enthusiastically competing and participating in many exciting activities.
Being proud of Binh Duong students
These days, on social networking sites, students of schools have simultaneously changed their representative photo frames with logos to celebrate the big festival of students in the province, with competitions held enthusiastically. A typical example is the program "Fun games with prizes" in the form of answering multiple choice knowledge questions related to the Students Association and contents related to the congresses. Each correct answer will receive attractive gifts from the Organization Board. With a new form of organization, creative, new methods and the use of eye-catching infographic images, the contest is attracting a lot of attention from many students using the social network Facebook.
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Tran Thi Diem Trinh, Secretary of provincial Youth Union cum Chairwoman of provincial Students Association said that to celebrate the big festival of students, provincial Students Association has launched a peak emulation with 2 contents. The first content is to launch a response to the "Pride of Binh Duong Students" week. The response period is from September 18 to September 28, 2023 by wearing Vietnamese Student Association uniforms, with blue ties encouraged to wear when coming to school...The second content is to organize celebrations before the congress, from September 11 to 26, 2023. To participate in the emulation movment, each association officer, member, and student organizes activities to welcome the congress such as Flashmob dancing on the background of the congress song with the theme of "Binh Duong students write the future". Students can freely express youthful and vibrant styles. Provincial Students Association and its branches will focus on visually propagandizing "Beautiful working corner"; decorate and hang the Vietnam Students Association flag... at the Students Association Offices, the offices of clubs, groups, teams, groups at all levels...
Continue writing the future
To celebrate its 3rd congress, provincial Students Association has also officially announced the congress’s logo. Accordingly, the logo is stylized from the Roman numeral III, showing that this is the third time the congress is held. The logo with the image of books stacked high, represents the progress, knowledge, development and ascent of provincial Students Association over periods. Technological vignettes create modern circuit boards, representing the process of technology integration, digital transformation and advancement in the 4.0 era of Binh Duong students, actively and effectively contributing to building up a smart city.
The logo of the Vietnam Students Association is placed in the center, demonstrating the role of the association as the nucleus that gathers, leads, orients, accompanies and supports students in studying, training and striving to become students with five good performances. The drawing of an elliptical trajectory with the combination of the digits 2023-2028 represents the continuous movement and creative motivation of Binh Duong students while being a turning point for successfully organizing, implementing the goal of "Building up a strong association". The logo is designed to be sturdy, balanced and suitable for many uses in decoration, printing and product processing.
In addition, provincial Students Association also organized an official song writing contest for the conference. As a result, the song "Binh Duong students continue writing the future", with music and lyrics by author Thai Trien, was chosen as the official song of the 3rd Binh Duong provincial Students Association Congress.
Reported by Vuong Pham-Translated by Kim Tin