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October 20, 2019

C-in-C of Defence Services honours students of Tatmadaw families, war veterans, servicemen

Senior General Min Aung Hlaing presents a prize to an in-charge officer of a school management for achieving highest pass rate in 2018-2019 academic year at the ceremony to honour outstanding servicemen, offspring of servicemen and war veterans. Photo: Office of the C-IN-C of Defence Services
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing presents a prize to an in-charge officer of a school management for achieving highest pass rate in 2018-2019 academic year at the ceremony to honour outstanding servicemen, offspring of servicemen and war veterans. Photo: Office of the C-IN-C of Defence Services

Students, teachers, parents and administrative officials dubbed as educational triangular must be strong in improving necessary technologies for the State and human resources, said Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing at the ceremony to honour outstanding servicemen, offspring of servicemen and those of war veterans who passed the matriculation examination in 2018-2019 academic year and all-round outstanding youths at Zeyathiri Beikman, in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
Students must be knowledgeable in learning education; teachers must teach pupils to have education; parents should encourage their offspring; and administrative officials must create the comprehensive learning environs with physical development and teaching aid to be able to enjoy peace, security measures and happiness. As such, education sector would meet development for new generation youths, he added.
Although education systems are changed, students need to actually have knowledge in learning in respective grades, said Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing Also present at the ceremony together with the Senior General were his wife Daw Kyu Kyu Hla, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Commander-in-Chief (Army) Vice-Senior General Soe Win and wife Daw Than Than Nwe, the Union Minister for Home Affairs and wife, the Union Minister for Defence and wife, the Union Minister for Border Affairs and wife, the Chief of the General Staff (Army, Navy and Air) and wife, the Commander-in-Chief (Navy) and wife, the Commander-in-Chief (Air) and wife, senior military officers from the Office of the Commander-in-Chief and wives, Chairman of Central Executive Committee of Myanmar War Veterans Organization Lt-Gen Mya Win (Retd), the commander of Nay Pyi Taw Command, Director General Dr Zaw Win of the Ministry of Education, prize winning servicemen and students, parents, teachers and guests.
In his speech, the Senior General said that today’s global countries are striving fg Hlaing and party pose for a documentary photo together with the prize winning students and all-round outstanding youths at the ceremony to honour outstanding servicemen, offspring of servicemen and war veterans. Photo: Office of the C-IN-C of Defence Services[/caption]

The youths who outstandingly passed the basic education must pursue high education. At this juncture, the youths need to hold up diligence, perseverance and endeavour in learning.
The Senior General urged them to make studies on general knowledge apart from respective subject-wise curricula. Education is an endless and deep arena without frames. Depending on intellect and intelligent powers, youths will be outstanding. Youths need to notice that those in continuous learning will be more outstanding than others.
Next, Adjutant General Lt-Gen Hsan Oo presented reports on the outstanding prizes honored to the servicemen and the children of Tatmadaw family members who passed the matriculation exam with flying colours in 2018-2019 academic years, the children of war veterans, all-round outstanding youths, and those who won in article, essay, painting, cartoon competitions at the State level, and the outstanding students who won university scholarships in 2019-2020 academic years.
Afterwards, the prize presentation ceremony followed. The Senior General presented honorary prizes and certificates of honor to the in-charge officers of school management from No 2 BEHS (Mingaladon) Aung San Thuriya Hla Thaung School that stood in the first-place in pass rate, BEHS (Shwenettaung) that stood in the second place and No 2 BEHS (Theinni) that stood in the third place in the pass rate in the 2018-2019 academic years, the school heads from No 3 Tatmadaw Education School (Aungban) that won the best pass rate, No 2 Tatmadaw Education School (Meiktila) that won the second best pass rate and No 6 Tatmadaw Education School (Mawlamyine) and cash prizes to the responsible persons for 26 Tatmadaw Basic Education High Schools and nine Tatmadaw Education Schools.
Then, the Senior General presents honorary medals, prizes and certificates of honour to six-distinction winners in 2018-2019 academic year and an outstanding schoolgirl for English proficiency skill.
Afterwards, Daw Kyu Kyu Hla, wife of the Senior General, presented honorary medals, prizes and certificates of honour to six-distinction winners officer.
Next, Vice-Senior General Soe Win presented honorary medals, prizes and certificates of honour to six-distinction winners.
Then, Daw Than Than Nwe, wife of Vice Senior General Soe Win, presented honorary medals, prizes and certificates of honour to six-distinction winners.
At today’s prize presentation ceremony, gold medals, honorary medals and certificate of honour were presented to three best pass rate winning Tatmadaw Basic Education High Schools and three best pass rate winning Tatmadaw Education Schools, 32 military personnel who won one anhool (Aungban) that won the best pass rate, No 2 Tatmadaw Education School (Meiktila) that won the second best pass rate and No 6 Tatmadaw Education School (Mawlamyine) and cash prizes to the responsible persons for 26 Tatmadaw Basic Education High Schools and nine Tatmadaw Education Schools.
Then, the Senior General presents honorary medals, prizes and certificates of honour to six-distinction winners in 2018-2019 academic year and an outstanding schoolgirl for English proficiency skill.
Afterwards, Daw Kyu Kyu Hla, wife of the Senior General, presented honorary medals, prizes and certificates of honour to six-distinction winners officer.
Next, Vice-Senior General Soe Win presented honorary medals, prizes and certificates of honour to six-distinction winners.
Then, Daw Than Than Nwe, wife of Vice Senior General Soe Win, presented honorary medals, prizes and certificates of honour to six-distinction winners.
At today’s prize presentation ceremony, gold medals, honorary medals and certificate of honour were presented to three best pass rate winning Tatmadaw Basic Education High Schools and three best pass rate winning Tatmadaw Education Schools, 32 military personnel who won one and two distinctions each, and outstanding students who are offspring of Tatmadaw families, war veterans and military personnel-substitute civilian servants, including 38 six-distinction winners, 72 five-distinction winners, 88 four-distinction winners, 106 three-distinction winners, 36 state-level all-round outstanding students, five winners in the State-level article/essay contests, and 83 students of Tatmadaw families and war veterans in winning higher education level vocational university scholarship awards, totalling 460.
Likewise, K110,000 per one distinction was awarded in distance to 693 one-distinction winners and 207 two-distinction winners, totalling 900 winners, who are offspring of Tatmadaw families and war veteran families with the cash donations of well-wishers.

Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing presents a prize to an outstanding schoolgirl.  Photo: Office of the C-IN-C of Defence Services
Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing presents a prize to an outstanding schoolgirl.  Photo: Office of the C-IN-C of Defence Services

The prize presentation ceremony has been held since the 2011-2012 academic year for honouring the outstanding military personnel and offspring of Tatmadaw families and those of war veteran families in the matriculation examination and offspring of military personnel-substitute civilian servants.
This was the eighth time of its kind. So far, gold medals and cash awards were presented to 316 six-distinction winners, 646 five-distinction winners, 1,038 four-distinction winners, and 1,195 three-distinction winners, 1,563 two-distinction winners and 5,403 one-distinction winners in total. Starting the 2014-2015 academic year, higher education level vocational university scholarship awards were also given to the outstanding students.
Monthly stipends are being given to a total of 488 students, including 72 students in 2014, 86 in 2015, 82 in 2016, 81 in 2017, 84 in 2018, and 83 in the current year. Of them, out-standing military personnel and all-round outstanding youths have been sent abroad as excursion trips since 2013.
Arrangements for more overseas excursion trips will be arranged this year, according to the Office of the Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services. — MNA

 

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