MoI awards students who pass matric exam, provides stipends and stationaries to offspring of ministry’s staff

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Union Minister U Maung Maung Ohn awards Ma Hnin Lei Yi who passed the matric exam with six distinctions.

The Ministry of Information held an award-giving ceremony for those who passed the matriculation examination for the 2022-2023 Academic Year and a stipend and stationaries awarding ceremony for the offspring of the ministry’s staff for the 2023-2024 Academic Year yesterday.
In his speech, Union Minister U Maung Maung Ohn said that education builds up mental and physical growth to overcome challenges successfully, that is, the educated person can stay healthy and wealthy.
Education teaches life lessons so that the students could surely become the educated ones who can support the country’s prosperity and the people through learning and studying.
He also added that today’s students are the ones who are going to lead the country and so they should live with good discipline following civic and ethical duties.
Then, the Union minister and wife provided school stipends and stationaries for the 2023-24 Academic Year and representatives from Union Minister Office, MRTV and IPRD accepted.
The deputy minister’s wife also handed over the assistance of school stipends and stationaries to the representatives for the children of the staff of the Printing and Publishing Department, Media Development Department and News and Periodicals Enterprise.
Then, the Union minister and his wife, the deputy minister’s wife presented outstanding awards to the students who gained distinctions in the matriculation examination for the 2022-2023 Academic Year.
The ministry provided educational assistance to a total of 2,991 students – 1,427 primary students, 675 middle school students, 473 high school students and 416 university students. It provided K5,000 and one dozen books per primary student, K7,500 and one dozen books per middle school student, K10,000 and two dozen books per high school student and K15,000 and two dozen books per university student, totalling K52,267,500.
In the 2022-2023 Academic Year, 36 students passed the matric exam without distinctions while there were 14 students with one distinction, two students with three distinctions, two with four distinctions and two with six distinctions. The ministry provided K58,067,500 – K50,000 per student who passed without distinction and K100,000 per distinction. — MNA/KTZH

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