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Published on Wednesday, 06 February 2013 22:05
The Ministry of Science and Technology said Japan is preparing to open Technician Training Institute in Thilawar Industrial Zone.
For opening the school, Japan had found the proposed sites in Yangon since 2012. He suggested some places like Thilawa Industrial zone and Yangon Technological University.
An official from the Ministry of Science and Technology said Japan discussed with Myanmar to open Technician Training Institute.
“We suggested them whatever places such as Thilawa Industrial zone, Yangon Technological University in Gyogone and the compound of Government Technological University (GTC) as Myanmar side preferred, he said.
Japan Technician Training Institute will be constructed with the financial aids from Japan and Japan also will conduct the teaching course.
In this school, Japan will give mainly the courses of technician and skill labor and conduct the teaching sector. Myanmar gives priority to upgrading local worker as skilled labor.