Tatmadaw will help Myanmar Aerospace Engineering University fulfil the shortages of demonstrators in academic matters, says Senior General

Technologies taught with funds of the State must be efficiently applied at home, said Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister Senior General Min Aung Hlaing in inspecting the Myanmar Aerospace Engineering University in Meiktila yesterday afternoon.
Union minister for Science and Technology Dr Myo Thein Kyaw reported on the progress of Myanmar’s earth observation for the launching of the satellite, sending of scholarship students abroad under the transfer of technique programme, and construction of the satellite base and Acting Rector of the University Dr Aung Myo Thu on teaching the students, construction of buildings at the university, subject-wise training courses, assignment of faculty members, job opportunities for students and the plan of the university to develop human resources.

Speaking on the occasion, the Senior General explained collaborative efforts of relevant departments for the satellite project, sending of scholarship students to have necessary technologies, systematic construction of the buildings, prioritized appointment from the graduates from the university for deploying the faculty members, needs of training for students to have skills to be applied in the practical fields, and provisions of teaching aids. He also stressed that technologies taught with funds of the State must be efficiently applied at home. Plans are underway to improve the roads and bridges on the campus of the university, and the Tatmadaw will help the university fulfil the shortages of demonstrators in academic matters.
The Senior General and party viewed around the university and attended to the needs of officials. —MNA

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