The whole Burma top ten

All of Burma's Top Ten

That is the best word to learn, because it is a good icebreaker. The sightseeing is great as there are not many other tourists yet - it is Myanmar at its best! If you know where to look, there are a lot of wonders and beauty. This school is one of the "nationally outstanding top ten students", colloquially known as Ganz-Burma or Top Ten list. Let them all be successful throughout your life!

Grammar School No. 1 Dagon

Burmese Basic Education High School No. 1 Dagon (Burmese: ????? ??? ?????? ???? ?? (?) ?????; formerly Methodist English High School; popularly Burmese Basic Education High School No. 1 Dagon (Burmese: ????? ??? ?????? ??? ??? (?) ????; formerly Methodist English High School; popularly known as Dagon 1 High School), a few Burmese Basic Education High School No. 1 Dagon (Burmese: ????? ?????? ?????? ??? ? (?)) Burmese Basic Education High School No. 1 Dagon (Burmese: ????? ? ?????? ??? ??? (?)) is one of the best state-runchools in Myanmar. The Dagon 1 provides nursery to 10th grade (recently re-named Class 1 to Class 11) for approximately 6500 schoolchildren.

The number of pupils rose to 850 in 1951 and the four-storey kindergarten with 15 rooms (113'×51') was constructed for the pupils in 1952. It was called Methodist English High School ("MEHS"). It was nationalised on 14 April 1965 and became a state-run educational establishment and has been run by the state since.

A new three-storey structure (90'×34') was constructed in 1986 to accommodate the increase in the number of undergraduates. It is currently run by the Basic Education Department, which is directly supervised by the Ministry of Education. Dagon1 was one of the first high-school groups in Burma during the 1988 democratic insurrection to found a trade unions and take part in the protests march.

During the insurrection, members of the Dagon1 Studentenwerk led their classmates and educators in various outreaches. The Dagon1 protests tower differs clearly from other towers by its peacock emblematic red banner, the former All Burma Federation of Study Unions formal banner and the color scheme of the schoolchildren.

Following the September 1988 dagon 1 putsch by the army, some of the dagon 1 student members went to the Thai-Burmese frontier and join the All Burma Student Democratic Front (ABSDF) to bring Burma democratic and humanitarian values through combat. As with all Myanmar government colleges, Dagon-1 demands that pupils must always be wearing the student outfit.

We have two types of outfits, one for kindergarten clothes up to the fifth standard (grades 1 to 6) and another, more conventional one for clothes from the sixth to the tenth standard (grades 7 to 11). However, all of them are the same color - a blanket, a blue dress or a blue dress with a slipper.

Within the gear wheel there are 5 sectors, the 5 colours, orange, yellow, red, blue and yellow, which represent the colours of the board. You will need the markings to sew on the front pockets of the shirts. Masculine pupils from 1st to 6th grade must be wearing a long dress with or without collars, which is put into long trousers.

Starting in grade 7, pupils must be wearing a leotard (with or without collar) and a black semi-leg. Classes 1 to 5 can be either dressed in a skirt or trousers with a blanket. Usually a girl wears house shoes. From grade 6 the uniforms become more traditionally like the males.

She only has to carry the side opening (Yin-phone) of the Burmesian shirt, with the Htamein as undergarment. This is the highest overall assessment of Burma's high school in the university entrance examination, which is held by the examination board. Dagon-1's fraternity produced many very well-rated college and college graduates, both in community and subject areas, putting them on the very competitively priced "nationally excellent ten best undergraduates" known as the whole Burma or Top Ten rank.

The Dagon 1 has created many of the best swimmers, players in Southeast Asian Games, Southeast Asian Games and many more. A lot of our undergraduates have also won a medal in the "Myanmar Traditional and Cultural Performing Arts Competition" (So-Ka-Yay-Tea) and drawing contests.

A seven-storey edifice was erected in front of the football pitch due to an increase in the number of pupils. In 2004, the Dagon Thiri Halle, the chemistry laboratory, the physics laboratory and the biology laboratory were refurbished for hands-on training. Also a new canteen house was constructed and refurbished year after year. Safety cams were also set up on the grounds of the schools.

A number of class rooms were refurbished and air-conditioning systems sponsored by pupils were used. The computer classroom - next to the auditorium in the framework of the government's information technologies-politics. Multi-media Teaching Lab - Can also be used as a classroom for the English language. In the backyard in front of the tenniscourt.

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