Chairman of State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing make tours to stadium upgrades, Mandalay University

Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, accompanied by Council member General Maung Maung Kyaw, Joint-Secretary of the Council Lt-Gen Ye Win Oo, Union Minister U Hla Moe, Union Minister Dr Nyunt Pe and Union Minister U Min Thein Zan, Mandalay Region Chief Minister U Maung Ko, Tatmadaw senior officers from the Office of the Commander-in-Chief, Commander of the Central Command Maj-Gen Ko Ko Oo, and officials, inspected the Practising Middle School, Stadiums, and Mandalay University in Chanayethazan Township in Mandalay Region yesterday morning.

The Chairman of the State Administration Council and party firstly arrived at the Practising Middle School and cordially met with students and the school headmistress, and provided school funds, COVID-19 immunization materials, and coordinated for the school’s renovations. The Chairman then met with schoolmasters of the primary, middle, and high schools. He said it is necessary to provide education to the children, and urged them to work together until they are proficient in basic literature as basic education is important. He said the need to keep classrooms clean and tidy, as well as to train and supervise the students to have good practice of proper waste disposal. He also made instructions to strictly follow the COVID-19 prevention guidelines.
During his visit to the Aungmye Mandalar Stadium and the Bahtoo Stadium which are now under renovation, the Chairman of the State Administration Council said stadiums must be good to upgrade the sports sector, and he said resting rooms for athletes and routes to enter the stadium need to be taken into account in upgrading the stadiums as well as the stands need to be upgraded to accommodate the number of spectators.
In the evening, the Chairman of the State Administration Council and party arrived at the Main Library of Mandalay University where they were welcomed by Rector Dr Tin Htun, Pro-rectors, Librarian Daw Aye Aye Soe and members. They made a tour of the library and observed the book arrangements, preservation of ancient inscriptions, International Human Rights Resource Centre, establishment of the E-library and CMU Corner.

During the tour, the Chairman of the State Administration Council said it is important to have good literature at the library as it can provide historical and cultural and community knowledge. He added the need to preserve ancient inscriptions and precious books in the library with technical assistance to make them long-lasting and easy to read and study, as well as there is a need for systematic maintenance of libraries and books and periodicals.
The Chairman of the State Administration Council and the party afterwards inspected the university campus and coordinated the requirements presented by officials. — MNA

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