Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Border Areas Development : VP U Myint Swe Visits Ethnic Youths Training Schools & Institute

November 8, 2016
Vice President U Myint Swe together with Union Ministers and officials visited at the Development Training School for Ethnic Youths from Border Areas, on Monday.

The Vice President met with the students and cordially greeted to them and instructed to study hard for their regional development as well as the nation.
The VP also inspected the hostels and dining halls. Afterwards, the Vice President visited the Government Technical Institute and Technical high school where he observed the classroom and on-the-job training workshops.
The Vice President instructed the teachers to teach and practice to their students so that the education and training sectors development. Khanti Government Technical Institute and Technical high school was opened since 2009 and offering 3-yers Diploma courses specializing in four subjects for GTI Diploma and two years training and vocational courses for THS certificate.
The Vice President also met with district and township level education staffs in Khanti Baksi Education Hight School and heard reports of the education officers. The Vice President said that they are arriving at Khanti in order to fulfill the needs of the education, health and border affairs of the regional development. The State has formed the National Education Policy Commission for the development of education sector and spending more budgets.
Moreover, it is cooperation with international organizations to conduct for the teacher training course so as to promote qualification teachers. And then, the Vice President presented school exercise books for primary schools in Khanti to the education officer and inspected classrooms, computer rooms and library. The Vice President and party proceeded to the Chindwin Bridge (Khanti) construction site where he heard reports of the officials from No.3 Bridge Construction Team.
The Vice President instructed to construct in accord with the standard. Chindwin Bridge is being built on Khanti-Hsinthay-Lahai road, with a length of 449.5 meters, 8.5 meters in wide.
This bridge is a steel-framed its piles are reinforced concrete. So far, it is 27 per cent complete and it is targeted to complete in November next year. 

Ref; mitv News

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