TCU’s SISU and Department of Co-operative Studies organized a programme to enhance the earning opportunities of students while studying. According to programme, the SISU provide the training on making nylon basket which is popular in fashion trends of myanmar female youths, especially for teachers and office employees. In this training, technical assistance is provided by one TCU Alumni, namely Daw Han Ei Zar. Totally, 40 trainees attended the training with keen interest. The training took two days from 28.1.2019 to 29.1.2019. Then,the Closing Ceremony of Making Nylon Basket was held at SISU Classroom, Uttara Estate, on 29.1.2019.
Totally 60 persons including the Rector, Pro-rectors (Academic /Administrative), Professors / Associate Professors (Heads of the Departments), the trainer and trainees attended the ceremony.The training course is very useful, effective and valuable for students, faculty and staff since they can apply the technical-know-how in their daily lives. The product is very marketable in Myanmar, this will contribute to the development of SMEs by the students and staff. It can also be said that “Earning a living while Working” and “Earning a living while Studying” and the trainees actively and willingly learn the ways to produce handmade products.
This seminar is held on 13th March 2018 at Padamya Building-2, Hlaing Campus, Yangon University of Economics. The speaker is Dr. Patrick McGinnis. Master of Business Administration students attended this seminar.
This seminar is held on 15th January 2018 at Main Building, Ywar Ther Gyi Campus,Yangon University of Economics. The speaker is U Tun Tun Naing, president of Myanmar Young Entrepreneurs Association (MYEA). Undergraduate students of Yangon University of Economics attended this seminar. This seminar inspired students to apply for social innovation idea contest which is the preliminary contest for social innovation business plan contest
This seminar is held on 7th November 2017 at Padamya Building – 2, Hlaing Campus, Yangon University of Economics. The speaker is Dr. Aung Tun Thet, Chief Coordinator of Union Enterprise for Humanitarian Assistance, Resettlement and Development (UEHRD). Master of Business Administration (MBA) students, MBA alumni, some members of Myanmar Women Entrepreneurs Association (MWEA), Myanmar Young Entrepreneurs Association (MYEA), and Myanmar Business Executives (MBE) Association attended this seminar.
NUM Social Innovation Lab hosted a talk called “Clean Energy Talk” which was delivered by clean energy ambassadors who talked on clean energy in the Kingdom as well as explained the basics of clean energy, policy environment and some of the great solutions here and globally.
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