More than 100 students of Thai-ITOH Technology College received diplomas at a graduation ceremony at Pattaya’s Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort.
Phraratsithamunee, assistant to the abbot of Mahathatyuwarat Temple, and Rangsaritatchawarom Mahaviharn, managing director for Chulalongkorn Rajavidhayalaya University’s International Vipassana Thura project presided over the May 8 ceremony for 110 graduates.
Students receive their certificates from Dr. Phraratsithamunee, assistant to the abbot of Wat Mahathatyuwarat Rangsaritatchawarom Mahaviharn, MD of the International Vipassana Thura (the burden of contemplation) project.
Students received vocational, high-vocational and bachelor’s diplomas from the Ministry of Education as proud parents looked on.
Thai-ITOH President Piyadee Prasertsom said students earned degrees in commerce, industry, tourism, business management and other vocational fields. The university has helped grads find work thanks to job-placement agreements with such major employers as Bangkok Hospital Pattaya, the Royal Cliff Hotels Group, Centara Hotels and others.
Dr. Piyadee Prasertsom (center), director of Thai-ITOH College, congratulates the 2013 graduates.