Prime Minister visited Lampang Province Youth Development and Learning Promotion Exhibition
Today (15 Jan 62) at 07.30 hrs. At the Academic Service Building Lampang Rajabhat University, Muang Lampang, Lampang, General Prayut Chan-ocha, Prime Minister and Cabinet Visited the exhibition of Lampang Rajabhat University Ready to meet students, students and students waiting to be welcomed. With Associate Professor Dr. Somkiat Saisuay, President of Lampang Rajabhat University And related staff
When the Prime Minister arrives, there are students. Students of Lampang University joined the singing battle for the land by the Prime Minister singing along with him. Then, the representative of the students from La-U-dit School gave a bouquet of flowers to the Prime Minister. And photographed as a memorial
After that, the Prime Minister visited the exhibition to promote learning and child development in Lampang province, with Chayakorn Supatra Dilokkulto Year 4, and Thanyanok Wongwichai, Year 5, from the Demonstration School of Lampang Rajabhat University gave a drawing by himself to the Prime Minister. And develop themselves in professional skills In order to bring knowledge to the top Promoting income for themselves and their families during their studies
At the same time, the Prime Minister praised Assumption College Lampang, with bilingual teaching and STEM education management, scientific learning, engineering process technology And mathematics to connect and solve real life problems Ready to suggest the development of teaching and learning to support artificial intelligence (Ai) and entry to 5.0 in the future, as well as requesting to expand the mobile library To allow people to read good books useful The development is a knowledge skill that can be used to maximize the benefits of everyday life.
Then the Prime Minister presided over the meeting of the Economic and Social Development Group, Upper Northern Province 1 (Chiang Mai, Mae Hong Son, Lampang and Lamphun ) And the chairman of the cabinet meeting Travel on 1/2562 next
Source: Royal Thai Government