Indian army trained in Burmese. IMPHAL: Foreign Language School (Myanmarese) being run under the aegis of HQ IGAR (South) achieved a major milestone on Monday as the first batch of 28 students passed out of the school with flying colours. It was a major achievement for the school, established on July 1, 2010. The school, besides training personnel from Assam Rifles, also trains troops from other Central Armed Police Forces. The training would help personnel from these forces, who are responsible for manning Indo-Myanmar border, to interact with Myanmerese authorities on various issues from time to time and create bonhomie. The 72-week course was attended by 24 students from Assam Rifles, two from BSF and one each from CRPF and CISF.