Union Education Minister tours basic education schools, encourages peaceful study for 2024-25AY

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Union Minister Dr Nyunt Pe and officials view round the school class yesterday in Nay Pyi Taw.

Union Minister for Education Dr Nyunt Pe, along with Deputy Ministers Dr Zaw Myint and Dr Moe Zaw Tun, Permanent Secretary Dr Soe Win, and officials, inspected the opening of the 2024-2025 academic year basic education schools in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday morning, encouraging students to study peacefully.
The Union minister visited Zabuthiri Township No 14 Basic Education High School, Pobbathiri Township No 3 Basic Education High School, and Ottarathiri Township No 12 Basic Education High School in Nay Pyi Taw. He observed students studying peacefully, offered encouraging words, and greeted students and teachers cordially.
During the visits, Dr Nyunt Pe emphasized that each student should have good intentions and goals. He stressed the importance of learning from the start of the academic year to achieve these goals. He encouraged students to become literate, disciplined, and patriotic and to cherish their country and culture. He urged them to be polite and strive to be excellent and reliable students for the State.
The Union minister also inspected classrooms, school patches, and cleaning operations, addressing any needs.
Meanwhile, basic education schools, universities, and education degree colleges across regions and states opened for the new academic year. Altogether, 6,536,713 students reportedly enrolled in schools between 23 May and 3 June. — MNA/TS

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