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ELCM - Educating Everyday

ELCM - Educating Everyday

The Minister of Education Dr. Myo Thein Gyi; the Chief Minister Dr. Linn Htut and the Minister of Social Service Dr. Myo Tun from the Shan State Gov.; the Director General of Higher Education Dr. Thein Win; and Presidents from 24 Universities attended the ELCM's Closing Ceremony in Inle on August 9, 2019

IET-PATW 2018 (National Final)

IET-PATW 2018 (National Final)

The PATW, a global competition hosted by the world second largest engineering institution – The IET, was organized at the national scale for the first time in Myanmar in 2018 by Taxila Institute and YTU Students’ Union.

Partnership with Universities

Partnership with Universities

Taxila has been collaborating with more than 60 public universities delivering soft-skill trainings to about 14,000 students

Taxila's Leadership Challenge

Taxila's Leadership Challenge

Taxila educates youths and students not only with theories but also with experimental leadership challenges and team activities.

2nd Anniversary of YSF Foundation

2nd Anniversary of YSF Foundation

On May 31, 2015, Youth Social Force (Partner of Taxila) held 2nd Anniversary Pre-Ceremony at Hotel Mandalay in Mandalay City. About 150 training participants, Ma Kyi Khine from the U.S. Embassy Rangoon, and other honorable guests attended the Ceremony.

By the numbers

# 1

The only institute in Myanmar which has the most partnerships with public universities


Alumni around the world as young CEOs, entrepreneurs,  founders, scholars and students

60 +

Partner public universities partner with Taxila for students' and teachers' professional development 


Faculty members (including rectors, pro-rectors, professors) who have attended Taxila's training

Project Partners


Department of State

United States of America



United Kingdom

Taxila News


PATW 2018 Lower Myanmar


Taxila & YTU Students' Union organized Lower Myanmar Round with the judging panel led by Dr. Okka and Dr. Win Zaw, who are professors and heads of departments from Yangon Technological University.


PATW 2018 Upper Myanmar


The judging panel of PATW's Upper Myanmar Round was led by Dr. Sint Soe, and Dr. Khin Htike Htike Lwin, the rectors of Mandalay Technological University and KyaukSe Technological University respectively.

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MOUs with Students' Unions


With the common goal of empowering larger audiences, Taxila signed several MOUs with Students' Union and youth organizations based in Yangon. 

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The Journey of Taxila


Taxila Institute has been in its third year of operation. It once was one of the five departments of Youth Social Force - Foundation (YSF) until late 2015, named the Department of Youth Development. The Founder, Ye Pyae Thu, saw the needs of providing soft-skills training at a larger scale and faced the challenges that a small non-profit organizational structure couldn't be self-sustained solely on donation.


Thus, with the goal of creating bigger impacts on the community, Taxila Institute was separated from the YSF Foundation and registered as one of the subsidiaries of Hexagon Social Enterprise Co.,Ltd. With the strong support of the Myanmar Ministry of Education and the public universities under its administration, Taxila has achieved such accomplishments with a short time period. However, a long journey has yet to be continued. 

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