School enrolment week starts in Mandalay

As basic education schools for the 2024-2025 academic year will be opened on 3 June, the enrolment week has been set from 23 May to 2 June with the slogan “Let all school-aged children enrol in school to learn basic education.”
In the basic education schools in Mandalay, the school registration process has been started since yesterday morning. The teachers on duty oversee the students’ parents and students to come to the school in an orderly and convenient way and to make the students’ registration disciplined.
In relation to the school registration process, the headmaster of No 16 Basic Education High School, Dr Than Htike Soe said, “There are more children who will enrol in our school than before. According to the guidelines of the Head of State and the Ministry of Education, school-age children and all the children who could not go to school due to various reasons are to be admitted. We have an entire staff of teachers and schools.
“Since it is a free education system, textbooks, notebooks, school uniforms and stationeries are fully provided. Children will be admitted without a holiday from 23 May to 2 June, the week which is set for school enrolment. If the school opens, the lessons will be taught to the children systematically. Therefore, we invite school-aged children to submit to school as soon as possible,” he added.
In order for the students to be able to study peacefully and happily, the school provides a free education system without charging any money and provides school textbooks, notebooks, and stationery.
During the enrolling time, a parent of the students said, “It’s all right to enrol in school. Teachers also carefully explained the steps of the enrolment process. We want our children’s education not to be delayed, so we come and dedicate them on time. Thank you all for providing the stationery for free. Therefore, I would like to urge parents to come and enrol their children at school as soon as possible.”
During the reopening of schools, measures have been taken to ensure that students can study in a clean and orderly manner. During the school enrolment week, administrative organizations are cooperating with the needs of schools in Mandalay.
Within Mandalay Region, there are 4,198 basic education schools, 235 private schools and 311 monastic schools. — Maung Aye Chan/KZL

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