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February 23, 2019

13th graduation, outstanding student award ceremony of MMU held in Yangon

Union Minister U Thant Sin Maung presents Myanmar Shipyard Award gold medal to a Naval Architect graduate. Photo : MNA
Union Minister U Thant Sin Maung presents Myanmar Shipyard Award gold medal to a Naval Architect graduate. Photo : MNA

Myanmar Maritime University (MMU) of the Ministry of Transport and Communications held its 13th graduation and outstanding student award ceremony at the university’s convocation hall yesterday morning.
Union Minister for Transport and Communications U Thant Sin Maung presented the RINA (Royal Institution of Naval Architects) Myanmar Shipyard Award gold medal, along with a cash prize of K 200,000, to Naval Architect major student Maung Kaung Pyae Wun, Hutchison Port Holding’s (Hong Kong) Best Port and Harbour Engineer Student Prize gold medal and US$ 1,000 to Port and Harbour Engineering major student Ma Mya Myo Myint Nwe, and Maersk Line Shipping Co., Ltd’s Best Marine Electrical System and Electronics Engineering Student prize money of K 100,00 to marine electrical and electronic major student MaThu Thu Tun.
Similarly officials presented Japan’s Yanmar Co. Ltd’s Best Marine Engineer Student Prize gold watch to marine engineer major student Maung Sat Paing Hmu, Japan’s Furuno Electric Co. Ltd’s Best Nautical Science Student Prize to nautical science major students Maung Sai Nyi Nyi Lwin and Maung Tu Shan, Starhigh-Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd’s Best River & Coastal Engineer Student Prize of K 500,000 to river and coastal engineer major student Ma Ei Phu Thwe, and Brilliant Marine Training Centre’s Best Marine Mechanical Engineer Student Prize of K 300,000 to marine mechanical engineer major student Ma Su Thae Phyu.
There were 461 graduates, consisting of 45 B.E. (Naval Architecture), 64 B.E. (Marine Engineer), 25 B.E. (Port and Harbour Engineering), 5 B.E. (River and Coastal Engineering), 29 B.E. (Marine Electrical Systems and Electronics), 24 B.E. (Marine Mechanical), 58 M.Sc. (Nautical Science), 6 B.Sc. (Nautical Science), 102 Postgraduate Diplomas, 2 M.E. and 101 Postgraduate Diplomas in Shipping Management graduated.
Myanmar Maritime University was established in 2002 and, to date, has produced 4,790 graduates.—MNA (Translated by Zaw Min)

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