Background History
ဗဟုိပုိ႔ေဆာင္ဆက္သြယ္ေရးေက်ာင္း၊ မိတၳီလာၿမိဳ႕


Brief background history
1. The Central Institute of Transport and Communications was established at Symalite Dockyard, Yangon, under the Ministry of Transport and Communications with limitted employees 30 on 9th  May ,1972. In searching for the site to build the Central Institute of Transport and Communications, Htauk Kyant , Pago and Magwe were rejected due to the difficulties in the construction of buildings and water supply . In the course of the search for a suibable site, it was found that the  Automobile Training School, Road Transport Corporation in Meiktila was suitable and it was selected and confirmed for its adequate space , water , electricity and buildings and easy transportation  .The  Central Institute of Transport and Communications was shifted and affiliated with the Automobile Training School from October 1977 according to the approval of the 56th  Cabinet’s annual meeting  held on 4th April, 1977 .The Central Institute of Transport and Communications was  organized and set up. It combined all training courses of the organizations under the Ministry of Transport and Communications.

2.  The Central Institute of Transport and Communications was opened by the Minister of Transport and  Communications personally on 15th  July ,1978 . Automobile Training Courses , Railway Training Courses and Communications Training Courses were started since then . To perform effectively the objectives of the training courses of the Central Institute of Transport and Communications, newly modified structure was drawn up and submitted ,  and it was confirmed as Grade (1) according to the approval  of No. (2 / 40) at  the conference of the State Council held on 6th September,  1979.

3. On 29th  January ,1992, to make transport and communications more effective , the Ministry of Transport and Communications was divided into three Ministries and the Institute of Transport and Communications fell  under the Ministry of Rail Transportation. Since then, the activities of original duties have been carried out.