Myanmar is rich in natural resources and is also rich in untapped human resources. This is evident in the Myanmar diaspora who are successful overseas in their academic achievements, employment and businesses. Unfortunately, many educated young Myanmar are still migrating overseas to seek opportunities because the current economy does not support their aspirations. This is causing a brain drain and loss in human capital for the development of the country. Education is the key in jump starting the economy. Technical and vocational training in particular is essential in providing the economy with a skilled, knowledgeable and energetic workforce. As highlighted by the State Counsellor, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi in the 2016 TVET first national forum, "We need a first class TVET system to improve the living standard of our citizens." The Basic Information of the Institute is as follow: The institution will be built up in the outskirt of Yangon but the location is accessible by the public transport as shown in the below Figure.