Press Release

Net Monday focus on internet supports tech careers

09 March, 2016 - Yangon

March 7, 2016, Thahton – Telenor Myanmar Limited (“Telenor”) today held its 25th edition of Net Monday at Thahton Computer University, in Mon State. The focus for this event was on bridging the knowledge gap between academia and industry through effective use of the internet.


Net Monday is a monthly industry event organized by Telenor Myanmar to promote a rich dialogue on topics relevant to the growing digital and online community in Myanmar. Each event brings together a panel of local and international subject matter experts to discuss and debate specific topics of interest to local programmers, web designers, bloggers, developers, technical experts, and representatives from local or international Internet and technology companies.

“Apart from delivering mobile and internet service to customers in Myanmar, Telenor is also focused on doing our part to drive the country’s development. Young people are the future of this country, and with the rapid development of telecoms industry, youths have lots of opportunities to brighten their future by using internet to enhance their careers,” Petter said at the event.

More than 500 students and teachers joined the event. At the event, the panelists from Telenor Myanmar, RHC Technologies International Company Limited, Zwenexsys International Company Limited, and the rector of Thahton Computer University discussed how students’ interaction and familiarity with advanced technologies can benefit them, how the mobile internet development can help career development of youth, and how the internet development can enhance the career of youths both in tech and non-tech sectors.

“This is my first experience joining this kind of event. I have gained lots of knowledge on how can I try to become a smart person by using internet for education and career development,” said Wint Yi Mon, fourth year computer science student from the university.

Previous Net Monday events were held in a number of different towns across the country, including Magwe, Mawlamyine, Bago, Hmawbi and Yangon.

For media enquiries, please contact:

Alex Nyi Nyi Aung (Mr.)
Corporate Communications,
(95) 9 79 100 0004

Mr. Soe Thu Tun
Mango Media for Telenor Myanmar
(95) 1 512 884 ,(95) 9 450 001 087

My Account
Live Chat
Share Share