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Princess Sirindhorn opens energy research building

Disabled students receive scholarships to further their education

Princess Sirindhorn opens energy research building

HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn was greeted by Chiang Mai University President Prof. Dr. Pongsak Angkhasit where she presided over the opening ceremony of the new building for the Energy Research and Development Institute at Chiang Mai University on January 21.
 

 

Disabled students receive scholarships to further their education

Supoj Thiamyoj
The Aeronautical Radio of Thailand Foundation distributed 244 scholarships to disabled children from across the upper North on January 14.

Termsak Saengchote, Director of Chiang Mai Air Traffic Control Center (right) hands Chiang Mai Deputy Governor Chumporn Saengmanee (left)

Chumporn Saengmanee, Chiang Mai Deputy Governor and Termsak Saengchote, the Director of Chiang Mai Air Traffic Control Center presided over the event, handing out scholarships to needy disabled children. 14 Northern students received 5,000 baht each and 11 children received 4,000 baht each. Nationwide, the Foundation handed out a total of 233 scholarships to needy, disabled children.
The Aeronautical Radio of Thailand Foundation was established in May 2006 to help disabled and disadvantaged children further their primary studies and to increase their educational opportunities. This is the 4th year that scholarships have been given to disabled children in Thailand.

Proud students display their scholarships
and gifts from the Aeronautical Radio of Thailand Foundation.