Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) cooperates with Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production Ltd. to open the floor for expressing the opinions on STEM in order to formulate Thai skill labour development plan

Created on Friday, 18 September 2015 Published Date Written by neeranutch


            6 July 2015 at Sofitel Bangkok Hotel, Dr.Pichet Durongkaveroj, Minister of Science and Technology presides over “Special STEM Thailand Forum” on the topic “Private sectors’ role on STEM connecting the vocational education and training” under the operation of National Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Office and Enjoy Science Project of Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production Ltd. It is an honour to have Mr.Piyabutr Cholvijarn, Former Deputy Minister of Industry, Assoc.Prof.Dr.Numyoot Songthanapitak, President of Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna and the domestic and foreign representatives from private sectors participating in this forum.

             Minister of Science and Technology gives a speech in the opening ceremony that Thailand, at this time, applies STEM concept which is the connection among Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics to develop personnel’s capability which is the most important resources to drive country to innovation society in order to serve the increasing investment on research, science, technology and innovation in production and industrial sectors.  Minister suggests to apply educational innovation for out-classroom utilization by cooperating among government, educational and private sectors.  Dr.Pichet says “Government is responsible to motivate the government researchers jointly working with private sectors in order to solve manpower shortage problem. Due to human resources with innovation capability are limited in private sectors. Government supports infrastructure application and provides privileges for private sectors. STEM development should do simultaneously the whole system: learning, education, economic and industrial sectors.

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