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 Rev. Bro. Dr. Bancha Saenghiran, President - Rector Magnificus, Assumption University of Thailand (AU) participated in the online Catholic Social Communication of Thailand (CSCT) Board Committee Meeting 2/2021 on July 14, 2021. Mr. Vrong Chinvanthananond, AU Library Staff, also attend this meeting.


AU Rector Participated in Online CSCT Board Committee Meeting (1/2021)

The biannual Board Committee Meeting of the Catholic Social Communications of Thailand (CSCT) conducted online on February 17, 2021, was participated by Rev. Bro. Dr. Bancha Saenghiran, AU President-Rector Magnificus, Assumption University of Thailand in his capacity as its honorable committee member.

This first 2021 biannual meeting was actively participated in by distinguished committee members comprising the bishops, fathers, Catholic Diocese, Catholic priests representing countless Catholic organizations and academic institutions in Thailand

which have played significant and contributing roles in the CSCT's highly valuable & recognized public media, its existing profile, progress and developments. On this occasion, Mr. Vrong Chinvanthananond, AU Library Staff, also attended this online committee meeting.

The meeting focused on a number of relevant issues, reporting and updating the members with the past performances and successes in areas like the publications, radio & television broadcasts as well as any other related online activities pertaining to all concerned stakeholders:

Catholic organizations and & educational institutions. The meeting also explored future laid out plans, improvements and progress.

As one of the worthwhile contributing CSCT members, the first International University in Thailand, Assumption University with its existing outstanding undergraduate, graduate and post graduate programs under the umbrella of the St. Gabriels' Foundation in Thailand;

originally established by St. Louis-Marie Grignion de Montfort in 1711. The first group of St. Grabriels' brothers arrived in Thailand in 1901 to establish western-style educational institutions: schools, colleges and universities.


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