Nay Pyi Taw August 26
Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, accompanied by Comman-der-in-Chief (Navy) Admiral Tin Aung San, Commander-in-Chief (Air) General Maung Maung Kyaw, senior military officers from the Office of the Commander-in-Chief, Commander of Central Command Brig-Gen Ko Ko Oo and party, inspected tasks of the Defence Services Mechanical Engineering Training Schools and progress in construction of housings for war veterans in PyinOoLwin this morning.
On arrival at the Defence Services Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Training School, the Senior General and party heard reports on brief history of the training school, conducting of training courses, practical exercises with the use of teaching aid,
training at integrated classrooms, capacity enhancement of trainees to classify technician grades depending on their qualification, and arrangements to turn out qualified trainers presented by Maj-Gen Aung Zeya from the Office of the Commander-in-Chief (Army), Director of the Directorate of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers Maj-Gen Aung Min and Comman-dant Brig-Gen Myint Toe. The Senior General gave necessary instructions.The Senior General and party viewed round each training depart-ment and visited the training school in a motorcade.
The Senior General and party inspected construction of the war veterans’ housings in PyinOoLwin. Director of the Directorate of Military Engineers Maj-Gen Myo Thant reported to the Senior General on progress in construction of housings and continuous tasks.
After hearing the reports, the Senior General instructed officials to build the housings meeting set standards and give places for residents of the housings to take physical exercises for supporting the health situation, for library, clinic and market.
The Senior General and party inspected the war veterans’ housing by car.
A total of 10 four-storey two-unit buildings (80 apartments) for other ranks have been completed at the war veterans’ housings in PyinOoLwin. So, war veterans have been settled at the housings. Two six-storey four-unit buildings (48 apartments) are under construct-ion for other ranks, with 98 percent completion. Plans are underway to build more housings for senior military officers, junior officers and other ranks.
Afterwards, the Senior General and party arrived at Defence Services Engineering School. At the special technician heavy machinery-used practical room, Commandant Brig-Gen Khin Maung Aye and officials reported to the Senior General on conducting the training with the use of teaching machinery. After giving necessary instructions, the Senior General inspected teaching aid vehicles and heavy machinery.
The Senior General and party inspected training halls and family housings in the compound of the training school by car.