Paper readings, discussions continue at Myanmar National Education Conference 2024

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Teachers and students from nursing schools, State Agricultural Institute (Pyinmana), Government Technical Institute (Nay Pyi Taw) and basic education schools visit the booths displayed at the conference in Nay Pyi Taw on 26 June 2024.

The Myanmar National Education Conference 2024 continued at the Myanmar International Convention Centre-II in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday morning with paper reading sessions and parallel discussions for the second day.
Union Ministers Dr Charlie Than, Dr Nyunt Pe, Dr Myo Thein Kyaw, deputy ministers, permanent secretaries, directors-general and relevant officials attended the event.
Six parallel discussions took place under six titles, and resource persons read six papers in each group of panel discussions with the active participation of attendees.
Parallel Session I submitted papers on the emergence of youths who love the country, systematic training for youths to raise patriotism, the role of development of the country and basic education, reviews on supplementary activities in basic education curriculum, school libraries development and promotion of health sectors at schools.
Parallel Session II comprised paper presentations on qualified, educated persons, critical experts in a practical session, educated young ethnic people with full of Union spirit and capabilities, experts for environmental conservation, promotion of learning qualities, enhancement of quality of high education sector and leadership and turning out qualified, educated persons with international curriculums.
In Parallel Session III, the resource person read out Myanmar cultural arts development and the role of arts training schools, turning out experts by learning vocational activities to develop agriculture and livestock produce, development of traditional livelihoods, exploration of vocational development that prioritizes manufacturing, fundamental role of technology and vocational sector for technologies to promote manufacturing with Industry 4.0 and quality assessment of vocational training schools.
Moreover, Parallel Session IV staged the papers on ensuring the quality of teachers, successive promotion of quality of teachers at border areas, the role of museums and promotion of teachers’ quality, successive promotion of capacity of in-service teachers, turning out qualified faculty members at education degree colleges and study on the implementation of TCSF for teachers.
Similarly, Parallel Session V focused on the establishment of the Academy of Science by researching respective science subjects to ensure the development of research and innovation, comprehensive cooperation based on innovative research on agriculture and livestock breeding, development of research leading to innovation, the role of research and innovation on forest and environment for successive development of the country, strengthening digitalization in Myanmar and development of basic research and applied research sectors.
Parallel Session VI emphasized papers on turning out agricultural experts and skilled persons for livestock breeding and veterinary who guarantee qualification, strengthening quality insurance for higher education, international recognition on quality of higher education organizations, the emergence of qualified and guaranteed education system to promote human resources, ways to solve challenges of quality insurance and assessment of qualified and guaranteed teaching and learning processes.
Attendees participated in discussions and gave suggestions.
Teachers and students from nursing schools, Agricultural Institute (Pyinmana), Government Technological Institute (Nay Pyi Taw) and basic education schools visited the education booths of the conference. — MNA/KTZH

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