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About Us

HISTORY OF THE FACULTY OF LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION

The Faculty of Languages ​​and Communication was established in the National Institute of Development Administration on November 16, 1966 under the name "Foreign Language Department". The first step is to teach English. Graduate students But because of the scope of work. The first stage is not so extensive. Proposed to change the name of the Institute Council Foreign Language Office is the "English Program" under the Office of the President since 1971. Later, when the responsibility and workload of the English program increased. Management at the moment Proposed to the Institute to raise the status as a bureau. The institute has proposed to the Commission of University Affairs. (Office of the Higher Education Commission) to raise the status. The English Language Institute is a language bureau, with a Royal Decree establishing the National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA). BE 2529 as published in the Royal Gazette, Vol. 103, Vol. 85, dated 24 October BE 2529.

In 1995, the Language School offered Master's degree in Linguistics and Communication. Later in 1998, the curriculum was opened. Diploma in Business English The new obligations cover the production of graduates. Beyond the task manager Language teaching, research, academic service to society. It is the obligation of the agency as a language bureau, so it was requested to change the name of the agency. Language and communication to ensure clarity and appropriateness in the organization of the management efficiency and to meet the core workload. The Cabinet has approved the drafting principle. The Royal Decree established the Faculty of Language and Communication on August 3, 1999, and passed a resolution to submit draft ordinances to the Office of the Council of State for consideration and a royal ordinance establishing the Faculty of Languages ​​and Communication. In the NIDA. - Administration Under the Jurisdiction of the Ministry of University Affairs, 1999, as published in the Royal Gazette, Vol. 116, Part 108, dated November 5, 1999.

Philosophy

Language and communication are committed to being part of the drive for the institution. The philosophy is the same as the Institute.

"WISDOM FOR CHANGE"

Vision

"It is a leading institution in language and communication at the national and regional levels."

Mission

To disseminate knowledge of linguistics and communication at the graduate level by teaching, researching and providing academic services related to language and communication.

Value

- Create a wise and virtuous leader to develop the country.

- Strengthening the management under good governance. By value the development and participation of staff.

Organizational Structure

The administration of the Faculty of Languages ​​and Communication Have a Dean as a supervisor and Responsible for the operation of the Faculty. Discipline And operating as It is in the regulations of the Institute. The committee's regulations. The deputy dean is responsible for all duties and responsibilities of the Planning and Development Department, the administration and the academic department as assigned by the Dean, the Board will have a Board of Directors. The Dean is the president. Vice president Faculty members from within the faculty are directors. Board of Directors Has the following authority:

(1) to set up internal regulations with the approval of the Institute Council.

(2) determine the course And details about the curriculum to the Institute Council.

(3) To consult and give the Dean's opinion on the affairs of the Faculty.

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