In the afternoon of May 9, leaders of the Vietnam-India Friendship Association in Hanoi and representatives of the Vietnam-India Information Technology Branch had a meeting with the Birla Children Village in Hanoi to implement an IT training agreement for the children.
Director of the Birla Children Village in Hanoi Trinh Thanh Huyen informed the delegates about the situation of the village and thanked the Association for their vocational training for disadvantaged children at the Village. Two sides agreed to open two basic IT training classes for about 50 high school and middle school students. Classes will start from July 2018. The basic IT class will consist of 16 leasons, 3 hours each, including both theory and practice.
Birla Children Village is a project by Indian Dr. Birla in Hanoi, which is currently raising 87 poor children in the city.