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MoI opens photo shooting, editing training course 1/2022

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MoI Union Minister U Maung Maung Ohn makes the opening address at the training course yesterday.

Photography records the moments that never be regained and the photos reflect the history and social culture of a nation, so it needs to take records of the good history, said Union Minister for Information U Maung Maung Ohn at the opening ceremony of the photo shooting and editing training course 1/2022 in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
Speaking at the ceremony, the Union minister said the training was conducted for the purpose of being able to shoot and edit from the basic level to the professional level not only for the ministry but also for the trainees.
The photo shooting and editing processes are absolutely essential to the reforms of the State and ministries.
The ministry arranges proper entertainment programmes for the public and covers the true news regarding the real situation of the country for them.
Trainees should study photo editing to receive quality photos using today’s technologies.
The trainees should keep learning the new inventions in addition to the photo shooting and news-related topics provided by the training and make efforts to realize the objectives of the ministry and departments.
They also should apply the experiences gained from the courses practically and share them with their colleagues.
The training that will end on 16 September is being attended by a total of 20 officers and staff of IPRD.
It will provide photo editing, indoor and outdoor shooting, the basic structure of news writing, news and features writing styles, online news announcements and information flows.
Moreover, the officials of IPRD will deliver the knowledge regarding the achievement of department, management, drafting of MoI Website, MoI App, MTube App, aims of the photographic, competition, the News Media Law, bylaws and ethics and media and information during private study time of the trainees. — MNA

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