The portal comes in two forms, including the website www.ytuongsangtao.net and the app “Sang tao tre” (Youth creativity) featuring innovation ideas, a forum, news, statistics, creative stories and library.
It will collect and share youth innovative ideas and connect them with agencies, businesses and investors, update the State policies and regulations on supporting scientific studies, honour outstanding examples in youth creativity campaigns, and launch contests seeking ideas in fields of interest to young people.
Meanwhile, the competition launched the same day should seek feasible ideas to popularise administrative reform, improve personnel quality, and adopt modern technology in management.
Contestants should be young people aged 18-35 and send entries from October 6-30 via the website or app.
The jury board will honour one first prize, one second prize, three third prizes and 10 consolation prizes by the late 2018.
First Secretary of the HCYU Central Committee Le Quoc Phong expressed his hope that HCYU members and young people nationwide will uphold their creativity and suggest ideas with different perspectives, contributing to nation building.