MGS Regulations

MGS Regulations

An Extract from the Rules and Regulations of MGS



Name: Myanmar Geosciences Society (MGS)

Founded: December 21, 2003

Location: Registered in Yangon Presently (2008) at Room 302, Myanmar Engineering Society Building, Hlaing University Campus, Kamayut, Yangon, Myanmar


  • 1. To promote development of the Geoscience subjects,
  • 2. To promote wider application of Geosciences for humanitarian welfare
  • 3. To bring the Geoscientists together for exchange of ideas and experiences

Membership Eligibility:

Any Geoscience graduate or undergraduate student, who is not affiliated to any political party, can apply for membership and student membership of the MGS respectively.

Principal Tasks

  • To hold Research Paper reading sessions at least twice a year,
  • To hold the Annual General Meeting together with a Banquet around
  • the end of each calendar year.
  • To hold occasionally Special Lectures on various Geoscience subjects
  • by invited specialists, local or oversea.
  • To publish journals, memoirs, monographs, and special publications.
  • To conduct short term field trips to areas of geological dispute or for
  • the establishment of standard units or areas for Myanmar Geoscientists

CURRENTLY we are trying hard to build up the Myanmar Geosciences Society in accordance with principles outlined in its constitution. Therefore we welcome contributions in cash or kind, or suggestions and support to this cause by Myanmar geologists at home and abroad.

Address Information

Myanmar Geosciences Society

303 MES Building,Hlaing University Campus,Yangon, Myanmar.
+959)43118217, (+959)954066055
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This is the LOGO of the first Global Geopark Programme of Myanmar.
“Mount Popa UNESCO Global Geopark”
The project started 9th December 2016 in collaboration with MGS, Department of Forest, Geology Department of Yangon University, DGSE and Hotel and Tourism.