“ဆေးတက္ကသိုလ်(၂)ရန်ကုန်တွင် (၁၅-၅-၂၀၂၃)ရက်နေ့၌ စတင်ဖွင့်လှစ်မည့် ဘွဲ့ကြိုသင်တန်းများသို့ သတင်းပို့တက်ရောက်ရမည့် သတ်မှတ်ကာလနှင့် နောက်ဆုံးထားအပ်နှံရမည့်ရက်ကြေညာခြင်း”
LLECTURER & HEAD
The Department of physics was formed in 1963, when University of Medicine (2) was inaugurate. Under supervisions of sequence Professors, Department of Physics, University of Rangoon, the department was run by an Assistant Lecture as Head of the Department and four part-time Demonstrators. A two-year Physics course of Basic Science was introduced for 50 first year medical students.
In 1964 according to the reorganization an Assistant Lecturer and two Demonstrators were permanently posted to the Department.
In 1971 the first M.B.,B.S became a one and half-year course and intake students were increased to about hundred.
In 1992 the organization of Department was seven teaching staffs with one Lecturer and Head, two Assistant Lecturers and four Demonstrators. The teaching course has condensed to one year.
In 2000 the organization of the Department was promoted to 30 staffs with one Lecturer and Head of the department, three Lecturers, seven Assistant Lecturers, fifteen Demonstrators and five laboratory staffs. The first year medical students have increased to 500. In 2010 the organization of the Department was promoted to 37 staffs with one Lecturer and Head of the department, three Lecturers, eight Assistant Lecturers, eighteen Demonstrators and seven laboratory staffs. The first year medical students have increased to 550.
On 25th September 1996 the University was moved to the present campus in North Okkalapa Township, Yangon and the Department of Physics is situated at the first building, on the first floor, in right hand side.
U Than Sein
|B.Sc (Hons), M.Sc||(1963-1964)|
U Aung Min
U Lu Aye
Daw Tin Tin Than
|B.Sc (Hons), M.Sc(Physics)||(1999-2005)|
Daw Yi Yi Win Shein
|B.Sc, M. Phil,M.Sc (Physics),Dip in Japanese||(2005-2009)|
At the end of the course, the students should be able to: –
(1) Understand and vivify the basic fundamental knowledge of proper style and format of writing in Myanmar language.
(2) Acclimatize and familiarize with the basic moral principle of Myanmar.
(3) Express concisely with either written or spoken Myanmar language.
(4) Cultivate the foundation of formal writing in the field of healthcare, in both preventive and curative sectors.
(5) Acquire the art of translation.
(6) Develop and uphold the required self-esteem in the community.
Group photo for physics Department