MoE holds capacity enhancement course for promoted pro-rectors

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The Ministry of Education held the Capacity enhancement Course opening ceremony for promoted pro-rectors of the universities yesterday morning in Nay Pyi Taw.
The ceremony was attended by Union Minister Dr Nyunt Pe, the Deputy Ministers, the Permanent Secretary, Directors-General, Deputy Permanent Secretaries, Deputy Directors-General, promoted deputy rectors and officials.
At the ceremony, the Union Minister said the promoted pro-rectors would need to take responsibilities for administrative and financial matters of the universities.
He added that this course would help them solve the difficulties they may face while on duty as the pro-rectors as they are promoted from being professors.
He urged them to perform duties under the leadership of the Rectors and cooperate with their directorate and the Ministry of Education to develop the universities.
Deputy Minister for Education Dr Zaw Myint said the benefits of the capacity enhancement course for the promoted deputy-rectors.
A total of 105 professors (71 from arts and science universities and 34 from computer/technological universities) were promoted to the pro-rectors.
The Capacity enhancement Course will be held on 13 May and 14 May.
The course is conducted into five subjects: The Policies of the Ministry of Education, Financial Matter, Civil Service Law and Rules and University management. — MNA

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