Ho Chi Minh City University of Transport’s students (UT-HCMC) took part in World Cultural Festival in Vellore, India

From 1st to 16th February, 2020, UT-HCMC’s students took part in the 20th Riviera Cultural Festival at VIT University, Vellore, India. The cultural festival was held to enhance exchanging activities, performances and cultures between Indian students and foreign students from all countries.

On first day of the festival, students were introduced VIT University, schedules of cultural exchange trips as well as had a meeting and talking to managers, coordinators, and volunteers in charge of Vietnam team. UT-HCMC’s students also participated in the parade on the annual AIKYA festival which was an important ceremony to introduce the countries  participating in Riviera 2020 - Infusion 4.0.

The first meeting with VIT University

Practicing and performancing on AIKYA festival

UT-HCMC’s students participated in DMV classroom and gave a presentation on Vietnamese culture, tradition and people to introduce to Indian students, professors and foreign students from other countries in the world. Vietnam delegation was particularly received passionate love from Indian children and foreign students. Through presentations of many countries, students also had opportunities to understand more about cultures, histories and beauty of countries participating on the festival. Especially, students were also excited to enjoy the music from Indian famous singers, the traditional cuisine of India, etc.

Taking part in DMV classroom

Taking part in Infusion 4.0 Program

Exchanging with foreign friends

The trip gave the students many new experiences, great memories and all the soft skills. Participants not only was entertained, explored, made friends with many new people from all over the world, but also learnt the cultures of life and languages ​​of India profoundly  through taking part in activities on the festival.

 (As reported by UT-HCMC’s students delegation participating in the exchanges festival at VIT University)


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