MoST holds welcoming ceremony for newly-appointed tutors, demonstrators

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Union Minister for Science and Technology Dr Myo Thein Kyaw attended a virtual welcoming ceremony for newly-appointed tutors and demonstrators from Universities, Colleges,Institutes and Vocational Training Schools under the Ministry of Science and Technology.
Union Minister for Science and Technology Dr Myo Thein Kyaw, Director-General Dr Sai Kyaw Naing Oo from the Department of Technical Vocational Education and Training, Deputy Director-General Daw Nwe Ni from the Department of Advanced Science and Technology, Yangon Technological University Rector Dr Myint Thein, Government Technological College (Nay Pyi Taw) Principal Dr Min Min Tun gave welcoming addresses during the virtual ceremony.
In saying this, the Union Minister said that the Ministry of Science and Technology should review the five-point roadmap of the State Administration Council as the six objectives of the Ministry are implemented amidst the nine objectives.
To nurture and develop skilled human resources is also required in the fields of technology and innovation and it is mainly on teachers to achieve this goal, the Union Minister said.
In implementing the Ministry’s eight policies, “Increase access to local science and technology learning opportunities to increase career opportunities for young people and contribute to regional development” is essential, Union Minister added.
Teachers must cooperate successfully with the policies for the development of scientific and technological innovation and creativity. The Ministry appointed 557 teachers for the Department of Advanced Science and Technology and 442 teachers for the Technical Vocational Education and Training Department. A total of 999 teachers were newly appointed in the financial year 2020-2021, the Union Minister continued.
“The Ministry is proud of all the teachers who will be in charge of coaching. The Ministry will continue to provide a good learning environment. Teachers must strive to become proficient in their respective fields and to develop continuously.
“In the 21st century, it is necessary to keep abreast of the evolving ICT technologies and make effective use of them in teaching and learning activities.
“English is also a subject that must be mastered. We need to train our students not only to be proficient in their respective fields but also to have the right knowledge and ethics for the socio-economic development of the country,” the Union Minister added. The ceremony was held in line with the COVID-19 disease prevention and control regulations.
Officials from departments in the Ministry of Science and Technology, Rectors, Pro-rectors, Principals, and In-charge Instructors from 60 Technological and Computer Universities, 70 Government Technical Colleges, Institutes and school and 2,155 newly-appointed teachers from Universities, Colleges and Institutes attended the virtual ceremony. — MNA

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