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September 17, 2019

Government of India support for training in English language for Law Enforcement Officers at MICELT, Yangon

To mark the commencement of English language training for Myanmar Law Enforcement Officers (Police Officers) at Myanmar-India Centre for English Language Training (MICELT) at Yangon University, an opening ceremony was held on 11 May at MICELT according to the press release of Indian Embassy.
The Myanmar-India Centre for English Language Training (MICELT) was set up with Indian assistance under the Initiative for Asian Integration (IAI) programme in 2009 at Yangon University, with an aim of providing a permanent venue for teaching and raising the general level of proficiency in English language in Myanmar. MICELT conducts short term courses on English proficiency, which are very popular amongst journalists, entrepreneurs, Government officials and academia.
30 Myanmar Law Enforcement Officers have been selected, on the basis of written and viva tests, to undertake the current course. As part of the programme, the officers will be imparted training to enhance  their English language proficiency, and be better  equipped for discharging their duties domestically and in their engagements with foreign counterparts. The course will also provide the participants the opportunity to sit and clear the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) examination. The initiative is being financed by the Government of India under the IAI-NDG (Initiative for ASEAN Integration/Narrowing Development Gap) Division of ASEAN Secretariat, on behalf of the SOMTC (Senior Officials Meeting on Transnational Crime) for CLMV (Cambodia, Lao DPR, Myanmar and Vietnam) Countries.
Aptech India, which is already running an successful Academy in Yangon, conducting popular courses in Computer Science and English language, is supporting the programme through its experienced faculty, who will help MICELT, in conducting this two-three month programme.–GNLM

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