Don’t forget gratitude to learning society, teachers and motherland

Our country has on 5 May reopened the universities, degree colleges, colleges and institutes, which were closed for more than one year, for students to resume their learning.
At present, the infection rate of COVID-19 in Myanmar is less than that of neighbouring countries. So, Myanmar’s higher learning institutions have been reopened in line with the health guidelines for COVID-19.
Although the government is striving for the development of the education sector in order to turn out the educated, political opportunists do not wish to see such development by committing sabotage acts with imposition to threaten the teachers and students not to attend the universities.
In fact, students are taught under the education policies adopted by the previous governments. So, students, teachers, parents and administrative bodies need to join hands in ensuring the smooth process of the education system.

Hence, those educated persons need to constantly seek and stand on the right track with the right attitude for firmly holding their future. So, they should not forget their learning society and the gratitude of teachers as well as the motherland forever.

Nowadays, the government arranges new academic plans for university students to create opportunities for studying law and economic subjects. All university students have a chance to pursue the aforesaid subjects to broaden their scope of knowledge to be applied in practical fields.
The government plans to endow the students with the law and economic subjects so as to stand tall in their lives for doing businesses with basic legal knowledge on dos and don’ts to carry out everything.
University students who are learners of higher education have the knowledge to some extent for analyzing the good deeds and wrongdoings. They clearly know all the acts benefiting the State and the people or not. Those endowed with a wider skill and knowledge is capable of analyzing everything. So, they have chances to choose their ways of lives based on knowledge obtained from learning.
In the future, the majority of those university students will have the capacity to take the leading role in their respective fields and then to step up their positions to be able to take responsibilities at different higher levels.
Hence, those educated persons need to constantly seek and stand on the right track with the right attitude for firmly holding their future. So, they should not forget their learning society and the gratitude of teachers as well as the motherland forever.

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