SAC member meets staff, public in Panlon Town

State Administration Council Member U Yan Kyaw accompanied by Chairman of Wa Self-Administered Division Administration Body U Nyi Nap met departmental and educational staff, and the public at Basic Education High School of Panlon, Hopan District, Wa Self-Administered Division yesterday morning.
In the meeting, the SAC member stated that in the social direction of the State Administration Council, “promoting the comprehensive education sector in order to produce the human resources needed for the construction of a modern and developed democratic state” was added.
Under Section 366 of the Constitution (2008) of the Republic of the Republic of Myanmar, every citizen has the opportunity to learn basic education until the end of KG+9. He said that all school-age children must attend the school of all ages as the basic education policy of the country and are being implemented, he revealed.
He ordered teachers, parents, students, and administrative organizations to cooperate for all school-age children to attend school, and if there is a problem, they should report it through the different levels of the division, district, and township level administrations.
Afterwards, Daw S Khaung Say, headmistress of Panlon Basic Education High School, presented the educational aspects.
Furthermore, K1 million and school supplies were donated to the school, which was received by the headmistress and the SAC member greeted the attendees.
After that, the SAC member checked the integrity of the Panlon Saopha Haw Palace building and the restored lotus lake in Panlon.
Next, the SAC member visited the hospital to see and encourage the patients receiving medical treatment and gave them supplies.
Through this, the SAC member visited the Basic Education Primary School (Namkushel) in Ward 8 and met teachers, students and parents and encouraged them.
Next, the SAC member arrived at the Basic Education High School Branch in Pankauk Village, met the educational staff and the public, and ordered cooperation to ensure that all school-age children attend the school.
The SAC member provided a grant of K1 million for the school, as well as school supplies and uniforms. — District IPRD/KZL

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