MoE celebrates 2021 World Teachers’ Day in Nay Pyi Taw

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World Teachers' Day event in progress.

The Ministry of Education held a ceremony to celebrate 2021 World Teachers’ Day yesterday morning in Nay Pyi Taw. At the ceremony, Deputy Minister for Education Dr Zaw Myint read out the message sent by Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing.
Deputy Minister for Education U Zaw Win read out the message sent to the 2021 World Teachers’ Day by Union Minister for Education Dr Nyunt Pe. In his message, the Union Minister said the World Teachers’ Day that falls on 5 October is a day dedicated to teachers around the world who are carrying out the most important, responsible and delicate work to produce the good people of the world to bring peace to the whole world.
He added the importance of education as the development of a country depends a lot on the development of education. If they look at the development of a developed country, it can be seen that the development of education determines the development of that country regardless of its size or richness of natural resources. Teachers are the main driving force in the education sector, not only by producing qualified human resources but also by educating people in the event of a disaster or crisis. In other words, they are the people who will shape the country’s future in the post-pandemic period.
He said the Ministry of Education is implementing the teacher improvement programme, teacher recruitment and promotion programmes as well as the State will support the needs of teachers in all aspects. In his message to the World Teachers’ Day celebration, the Union Minister urged the teachers to take an active part in post-COVID-19 State-building activities.
At the ceremony, Secretary-General of the UNESCO National Commission for Myanmar Dr Kyi Shwin read out a joint message from the leaders of the five UN agencies. Afterwards, a brief record of the activities of the distinguished people and outstanding teachers in commemoration of World Teachers’ Day was presented.
The ceremony was attended by departmental officials, honorary and outstanding teachers, students and invitees through video conferencing, and 4 honorary teachers and 2 outstanding teachers were honoured at the ceremony. — MNA

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