6th Conference on Science and Technology Development 2022 concludes successfully

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Recipients of the presents from the Senior General pose for the documentary photo at the event.

The closing ceremony of the “Conference on Science and Technology Development – 2022” was held yesterday at the Defence Services Academy of PyinOoLwin Station in line with COVID-19 health rules.
It was attended by Chief of General Staff (Army, Navy and Air) General Maung Maung Aye, commandants, Rectors and Officials of Tatmadaw academies, Professors of civilian universities, trainee officers of Master and PhD classes, cadets and the guests while the Keynote Speakers, Rectors and Professors of civilian universities who could not attend in person joined via videoconferencing.
During the two-day conference, a total of 123 research papers including four papers by invited Professors were read out and 23 posters were presented.
The seven best paper prizes and two best poster prizes were also presented at the conference.
Chief of General Staff (Army, Navy and Air) General Maung Maung Aye handed over the presents given by State Administration Council Chairman Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing to rectors, professors and resource persons of papers for reading papers and giving suggestions at the Conference on Science and Technology Development
He then delivered a speech to conclude the conference. —MNA

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