SAC Member, Union Information Minister inspect upgrading of Pitakat Museum in Maha Muni Buddha Image, meet education staff in Mandalay

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SAC Member U Maung Ko, Union Minister U Maung Maung Ohn and Mandalay Region Chief Minister U Myo Aung meet education personnel in Mandalay yesterday.

SAC Member U Maung Ko, Union Information Minister U Maung Maung Ohn and Mandalay Region Chief Minister U Myo Aung visited Maha Muni Buddha Image in Mandalay and viewed round the upgrading work of the Pitakat Museum yesterday and met rectors, pro-rectors from universities and degree colleges, education officers, headmasters and headmistresses of high and middle schools from regions, districts and townships.
During the meeting, SAC Member U Maung Ko said that the Union Government has appointed him and Union Minister for Information as members of the Education, Health and Human Resources Development Committee.
Two years ago, the Mandalay Region government, departmental personnel and people made collaborative efforts to ensure peace and stability in the region to a certain level and more enrolment to vocational schools is needed without fail, he stressed.
Next, Union Information Minister U Maung Maung Ohn and Mandalay Region Chief Minister U Myo Aung gave greeting remarks urging them to promote the level of higher education. Afterwards, representative students from universities received daily diaries and handbags presented by the SAC member, the Union minister and the Mandalay Region chief minister. After the meeting, SAC Member U Maung Ko and party cordially greeted attendees and enjoyed tea and refreshment.— MNA/TS

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