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It has been one of the training institutions of Executive Board member company Ltd. since 2008, which has reached the Professional Information Technology Certification Level.
It has been one of the training institutions of Executive Board member company Ltd. since 2008, which has reached the Professional Information Technology Certification Level. IMC' s mission is to offer teach and learn processes that improve the abilities, know-how and abilities of our pupils in order to support young talent in our state.
Have them study in the middle grade with 16 pupils per grade. Apprenticeship through Study Focus or Study Centreed System. Lessons with projects, tasks and related topics. Supports and arranges laptop, uniforms, mug and locker for each pupil individual and personal school ferry for comfortable transportation in the collegiate cafeteria for comfortable, quiet and pleasant environment and campus for learning attentiveness. A play area for relaxation in bre A lending out different types of over 400 textbooks for all-round improvemen.
Myanmar, the largest nation on the continent of Southeast Asia, is also known as the "Golden Land" because of its golden leafy dome shaped cloisters. Featuring a total of 52 million inhabitants, the nation, which is slightly larger than Texas, is ethically and culturally rich - it has 135 recognised ethnical groups that have their own history, culture and identity.
Myanmar also has numerous indigenous habitats such as olive groves and petroleum, tea wood and other hardwoods, ruby, iade, brass and many others.... Because of its extensive, unspoilt forests, abundance of species of flora uncontaminated, the pristine coast, large fresh-water ponds and long streams, high, unspoilt peaks and strands of practically unspoilt isles, Alan Rabinowitz, a well-known US wilderness conservationist from the Willife Conservation Society, once described the state of a "pot".
There are three seasons: summers (March to May), rain (June to October) and winters (November to February). Myanmar's best season to be visited is from November to February, when temperatures are relatively cold and precipitation is significantly lower, but all four season have their appeal in one way or another.
The majority of Myanmar's inhabitants are Theravada Buddhists, who make up 87% of the country's total populace, while the remainder are Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism, Islam and animism.