Passing-out Parade of 21st Intake (Male), 8th Intake (Female) of Military Institute of Nursing and Paramedical Sciences and Graduation Dinner Held

The Passing-out Parade of the 21st Intake (Male) and the 8th Intake (Female) of Military Institute of Nursing and Paramedical Sciences (MINP) was held at the parade  ground of MINP in Yangon on 26 December. On behalf of the Chairman of the State Administration Council (SAC) Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Thadoe Maha Thray Sithu Thadoe Thiri Thudhamma Min Aung Hlaing, the SAC Vice-Chairman Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Commander-in-Chief (Army) Vice-Senior General Thiri Pyanchi Maha Thray Sithu Soe Win attended the ceremony and delivered a speech.

First, the SAC Vice-Chairman Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services took a salute from the trainee companies and inspected the flag bearers and the graduate trainee companies. Next, he took the salutes of the  graduate trainee companies with slow-march past and quick-march past.

After that, the SAC Vice-Chairman Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services presented awards to the outstanding graduate trainees from the 8th intake of female course. Then, the Vice-Senior General delivered a graduation speech as follows:

  • For the progress of national healthcare services, qualification of health staff including doctors, nurses, pharmacists and medical professionals should meet the required standards.
  • Apart from doctors, nurses, pharmacists and medical technicians are also the important force of the healthcare services.
  • Nursing and medical support is the main duty of the medical corps, and it helps enhance the defence power of Tatmadaw in a way.
  • As behaviours of a good nurse can reduce half of the suffering of patients, those nurses have to follow the ethics of nursing and the spirit of nursing in addition to upholding friendly relations, helping, honesty, patience, politeness, consideration and compassion.
  • As nursing service is the most basic and important for the health sector, they all have to carefully serve their duties in line with the nursing ethics and spirit aligned with the theme of the Medical Corps “goodwill, compassion and prevention of disease”.
  • Pharmacy and medical technological trainees also have to thoroughly apply the knowledge and techniques given by the institute in serving their duties at relevant hospitals and units.
  • Being pharmacists, they have to study parts of herbal plants for the sake of the health of humans.
  • They participated in providing healthcare services to the Tatmadaw members, families and people not only in ordinary time but in time of disasters.
  • They provided healthcare services to the local people at the military hospitals and medical battalions. Moreover, they made utmost efforts in medical treatment for the people in mobile medical services after 2010.
  • Not only mobile special medical teams but local medical teams of relevant military commands have been providing healthcare to the local people.
  • Hence, those service personnel have to try to be good nurses of the Tatmadaw uplifting the prestige and traditions of the Tatmadaw.
  • All are urged to try to be good nurses by bearing in mind the motto “Benevolence, Kindness, Safety,” in order to continue to study developments of modern nursing and medical sciences without losing sight to be competent nurses and medical professionals, and to mobilize the people of national race with emphasis on vitalization of the union spirit and national unity when you meet them in respective areas where you are assigned duties.

Afterwards, the SAC Vice-Chairman Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services took the salute of the graduate companies and left the parade ground. After the parade ceremony, the Vice-Senior General met the outstanding female graduate trainees at the parlour of the MINP and gave a congratulatory speech.

In the evening, the SAC Vice-Chairman Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services and party joined the graduation dinner of the 21st Intake of the Nursing and Paramedical Sciences course and the 8th intake of the female Nursing and Paramedical Sciences course, and had the dinner together with the graduated nurses. They then enjoyed the performance of the music band of the MINP and presented cash awards.

Present at the ceremony along with the SAC Vice-Chairman Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services were his wife Daw Than Than Nwe, union ministers and wives, senior military officers from the Office of the Commander-in-Chief and wives, the Yangon Region chief minister, the Yangon Command commander, the MINP commandant, officials of Yangon Military Station, officer instructors and faculty members of the academic wing and training wing of MINP, who are the guardians of the trainees, and distinguished guests.

Source: MWD (27-12-2023)

 

  • As behaviours of a good nurse can reduce half of the suffering of patients, those nurses have to follow the ethics of nursing and the spirit of nursing in addition to upholding friendly relations, helping, honesty, patience, politeness, consideration and compassion.
  • As nursing service is the most basic and important for the health sector, they all have to carefully serve their duties in line with the nursing ethics and spirit aligned with the theme of the Medical Corps “goodwill, compassion and prevention of disease”.
  • Those service personnel have to try to be good nurses of the Tatmadaw uplifting the prestige and traditions of the Tatmadaw.
engdate: 
Wednesday, December 27, 2023 - 16:15
month: 
December, 2023