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dtac partners with Ministry of Digital Economy and Society, Mahidol University, and MCOT to organize “DiCY Youth Camp : Digital Galaxy”

October 6, 2016 - dtac celebrates its major collaboration with the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society,Mahidol University, and MCOT in organizing “DiCY Youth Camp : Digital Galaxy” with Assistant Professor Dr. Supaporn Kiattisin (3rd right), Director of Information Technology Management, Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University; Dr. Smitti Darakorn Na Ayuthaya (center), Head of Youth Camp, Mahidol University; Mr. Prush Sangangam (3rd left), lecturer and Dr. Taweesak Samanchuen (2nd right), Project Consultant, Mahidol University; Mr. Peerapon Anutarasoat (far right), Senior News Rewriter, MCOT; and Ms. On-uma Rerkpattanapipat (2nd left), Senior Vice President, Head of Corporate Communications and Sustainability, Total Access Communication PLC or dtac joining the group photo at dtac House, Chamchuri Square Building.

“DiCY Youth Camp : Digital Galaxy” is a learning activity for the development of digital literacy for Thai children and promotes the creative and responsible use of digital technology, as part of the 2016 learning program of the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society. The youth camp is open for 800 children from across the country and focuses on practical learning, problem solving, creativity, and digital technology over 6 days and 5 nights.

The youth camp will be organized in 4 batches across Thailand. Batch 1 for Northeastern Thailandfrom October 9-14, 2016 at the Eastern University of Management and Technology, Ubon Ratchathani. Batch 2 for Southern Thailand from October 9-14, 2016 at Songkhla Rajabhat University, Songkhla. Batch 3 for Northern thailand from October 16-21, 2016 at Maejo University, Chiang Mai. Batch 4 for Central Thailandfrom October 16-21, 2016 at Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University (Salaya Campus), Nakhon Pathom.

For more information : http://dlthailand.org/ and Facebook : @DiCYThailand