The Myanmar government approved the legal registration and Constitution of Myanmar Scout.
The Constitutions Committee, on behalf of the World Scout Committee, confirmed that all requirements of WOSM membership under Chapter III, Article V have been fulfilled.
Upon independence, the Union of Burma Boy Scouts was recognized in the spring of 1948.
Aside from the traditional UBBS scheme for training youth in patrols and troops, the visibility of Scouting in the urban and rural communities consisted of citywide Cleaning Week campaigns, "Safety-on-the-Road" services, and Cub Scout rallies at Rangoon's Inyale Training Center.
Scouts' Day was celebrated every January 1 in Rangoon.
By 1959 the nation counted 13,889 members, and the University of Rangoon in 1960 hosted the Second Far East Regional Scout Conference, with the First Far East Professional Scouters Training Conference held at Inyale Camp in Rangoon as an ancillary event.
Tin Tun represented UBBS in the five-man Far East Scout Advisory Committee (FESAC).
Burma's Ba Htay was elected one of the earliest chairmen of FESAC, which would later become the Asia-Pacific Region, and served from 1958 to 1960.
Boy and Girl Scouts in Burma merged in 1962 to form the coeducational Union of Burma Boy Scouts and Girl Guides, which was active until 1964, reaching a membership high-point of 93,562.Wilson met Bluebirds and Guides, Cubs and Scouts at a refugee village rapidly becoming a cooperative settlement; Guides and Scouts in their own locale; as well as a little band of Scouts in the compound of a Buddhist monastery across the river.Burma sent a representative to the 1957 Far East Scouters' Regional Pow-Wow held at Sutton Park, England.This was evident when the regional team met old Scouts who continued the same Scouting methods.This is further manifested by the existence of their Scouting manuals, records and, uniform.Myanmar has three seasons: hot (March to May), cold (November to February) and rainy (from June to October) but it is generally humid all year round.