It is necessary to turn out qualified, good leaders for the future endowed with good morals and disciplines

Those qualified instructors at the military academies turning out military leaders must give systematic training combined with their literary and military experiences to the trainees for having leadership skills on the ground and good morale and turn out the leaders of the future reliable for the Tatmadaw and the people, said Chairman of the State Administration Council Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing at the meeting with commandants of the Defence Services Academy and the Defence Services Technological Academy, senior officer instructors, officials and officers yesterday morning.
Military Appointment-General Lt-Gen Lin Aung and Chief of Armed Forces Training Lt-Gen Zaw Myo Tin reported on the turning out of officers from DSA and DSTA within two years from 2000 to 2021, and the situation of their current in-service terms.
Speaking on the occasion, the Senior General said that trainees and graduate officers must control themselves to accomplish the missions and discharge assignments dutifully. Instructors need to turn out qualified officers.
They need to note down the knowledge to be done and which should be done when they would serve the one-step promotion.
In reviewing the turning out of officers from 2000 to 2021, lecturing of literature and currently-served terms, some officers broke disciplines without self-control, inappropriate lifestyle and weakness of health, so they could not continue their service terms, leaving much loss to the State and the Tatmadaw. As such, leaders must have a firm spirit and self-control for achieving goals.
Instructors must strictly supervise the trainees and not give indulgence to the trainees as well as themselves. Those qualified instructors must turn out the leaders of the future applying their experiences.
Priority must be given to quality rather than quantity in turning out the trainees on whom the State and the Tatmadaw rely. The Senior General said he emphasizes the building of the qualified Tatmadaw as well as capable Tatmadaw with high capability. Strenuous efforts were made for the enhancement of educational qualification of officers and other ranks and welfare for families. Moreover, female officers are being produced to serve the duties in respective sectors similar to that of international armed forces.
Instructors from academies and training depots must give training to each junior leader to have basic spirit, concept, confidence, military skills and training and to become good leaders for the State and the Tatmadaw in the future upon completion of the training. — MNA

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