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


MoI Union Minister U Maung Maung Ohn takes the documentary group photo at the event yesterday.

The Ministry of Information held an award-giving ceremony for those who passed the matriculation examination of the 2021-2022 Academic Year and a stipend-awarding ceremony for the offspring of the ministry’s staff for the 2022-2023 Academic Year yesterday.
The students opened the ceremonies by singing the song “Myanma School” and the Sein-Pwint-Pama-Lin-Latt-Par (shine like a diamond) video clip was played.
Then, Union Minister U Maung Maung Ohn said the youths are the leaders of the future. The ceremonies aim for outstanding young people who will take the responsibilities of the country in the future.
The youths should focus their mind on serving the interests of the country and the people and should not lose sight of their goals.
The government is prioritizing the education sector and strongly carrying out for that sector that plays a key role in building the modern democratic nation.
Then, the Union minister and wife Daw Khin Swe Win, the deputy minister and wife Daw Win Yi, the permanent secretary and departmental officials provided educational assistance and stationeries to the representatives of relevant departments, and they presented outstanding awards to the students who gained distinctions from one to six subjects in the matriculation examination for the 2021-2022 Academic Year.
The ministry provided K13,999,000 of educational assistance and K14,380,000 worth of 3,595 dozen books for 2,795 students. It also presented K11,150,000 to 102 students who passed the exam.
At noon, the students and parents visited the MRTV Diamond Jubilee Museum in Tatkon.
First, Director-General U Ye Naing of MRTV greeted them and the tour group viewed the broadcasting programmes at the main building.
They then studied the machinery used for TV broadcasting, direct broadcast vehicles, scale models, documentary photos of newscasters, musical instruments, studios and gramophone record players and related equipment displayed at 40 booths in the museum. —MNA

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