Educational vision set to teach polytechnics to students to seek jobs easily

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Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing meets faculty members including the rector of the Yangon Western University in Hlinethaya Township yesterday.

The government is implementing the educational vision to teach polytechnic subjects to students so as to apply their educational knowledge in respective employment, said Senior General Min Aung Hlaing.
During the inspection tour of Yangon Western Technological University in Hlinethaya Township of Yangon Region yesterday morning, Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing recounted that he discussed Universities of Computer Studies and Technological Universities must be formed as polytechnic universities for students to have a broader learning arena. So, he continued that experts have to continue discussions to fulfil the state’s educational requirements.
He continued that Myanmar has a few universities to produce agricultural and livestock experts despite focusing on agricultural and livestock farming works. Hence, the Senior General said that he discussed the establishment of agriculture and livestock schools as well as technical schools.
He noted that faculty members have to teach students to have actual knowledge and scrutinize actual outstanding students for learning further studies.
The Senior General inspected the progress of the three-storey lecture hall on the university campus and left the necessary instructions.
Union Minister for Science and Technology Dr Myo Thein Kyaw and officials reported on the establishment of technological and computer universities under the Advanced Science and Technology Department, the process of establishment of polytechnic universities, admission of students at hostels, and further construction of buildings at the university.
On arrival at Yangon Western University, the Senior General underscored that the students who passed the KG+9 have a chance to attend the agriculture, livestock, and industrial schools in order to learn further studies, adding the students who passed the basic education also have a chance to attend universities and colleges depending on respective subjects.
The Senior General highlighted that only when teachers are qualified will they teach students to become outstanding ones. So, the Senior General stressed the need to shape the chain of highly-qualified education for all.
Although Myanmar is on the path to democracy, people are weak in abiding by the law, which is basic for democracy, and they have lesser economic awareness of the development of the economy.
The Senior General stressed that as students need to have legal and economic knowledge, all universities provide law and economic subjects to students aimed at enabling students to be capable of improving their socioeconomic life and society.
The Senior General inspected the university and left instructions on growing shade trees and beautifying the university campus. — MNA/TTA

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