MoI deputy minister meets staff of Mawlamyine IPRD, Sub-Printing House, retransmission station

The MoI deputy minister meets departmental personnel from Hpa-an IPRD and MRTV retransmission station.

Deputy Minister for Information U Ye Tint inspected the Sub-Printing House (Mawlamyine) of the News and Periodicals Enterprise in Mawlamyine and gave instructions on the necessary things regarding the quality newspaper, timely delivery and robustness of the machines on 15 November.
Then, he checked preparations for the library and children’s reading room of Mawlamyine District IPRD and met with the state Deputy Director (assigned), District Assistant Director, township heads, staff, in charge of Sub-Printing House, including the head and staff of the retransmission station at the hall of the Community Centre.
He also went to the Mawlamyine retransmission station and viewed the broadcasting programmes.
He also visited the Hpa-an District IPRD office and met the township departmental head, district departmental head and staff, including those in-charges of the retransmission stations from Myawady, Papun and Kawkareik districts, in charge of Hpa-an retransmission station and MRTV yesterday.
During the meeting, the deputy minister talked about the reopening of libraries as the COVID-19 infection rate declines, conducting educating programmes, resumption of public services, reading practices of employees to collect the knowledge via talks, plans to increase the numbers of readers and borrowers, duties of the government employee and other matters related to public awareness programmes and security. — MNA

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