Wai kru ceremony is a Thai ritual in which students pay respects to their teachers in order to express their gratitude and formalize the studentteacher relationship. Wai khru has long been an important rite in the traditional martial and performing arts, as well as in astrology and other traditional arts. To performance and pay respect and homage to their teachers.
The students made a vow to their respectful instructors at OP building
The atmosphere in Waikru ceremony on June 18, 2009
First orientation is the important ceremony which introduced the first year student into Mahidol University.
The atmosphere during the first orientation. (Left) Freshmen listened to the Dean of Mahidol University. (Right)
The students got inline to the hall to attend their first orientation with the warm welcome from their seniors. (Left) Dean of Mahidol University was lighting the candles to begin the first orientation. (Right)
There are plenty of technology competition in each year waiting for ICT students to accomplish. Every year our students continuously attend and acheive numbers of awards from famous competitions. They can state their success in their reseme, their portfolio, or even their interview when they are graduated. It is not too hard if you have enough concentration and . Now it is your turn!
If you are interested, use the following to find out more information for each competition.
- Microsoft Imagine Cup
- Windows Mobile Application Contest
- National Software Contest
- Samart Innovation Awards
- SIPA Game Contest and SIPA Animation Contest
Open House is held out at Mahidol University, Payathai campus. Each faculty will get the opportunity to open and give the valuable information about their successfully progress.
ICT Students explained overall concept of a senior project to high school students.(Left)
An ICT Student showed how tho project work.(Right)
ICT students presented their project, a recycling game.(Left)
The representators of TrackMe senior project's poster.(Right)
The poster presentation of an ICT senior project. (Left)
An ICT Student distributed souvenirs to high school students. (Right)
All ICT students ICT staff attending Mahidol Open House 2009.
ICT Junior Camp
ICT Junior Camp is mainly organized for its purpose to support and encourage high school student to learn more about the ICTs fields such as Computer Hardware, Computer Software and Computer Network.
Students attending in ICT Junior Camp. (Left)
Prof. Supachai encouraged high school student to answer a question. (Right)
A ICT staff introduced student about database. (Left)
A high school student performed a motion to be edited with blue screen technique. (Right)
Student's work in multimedia section. (Left) Students and staff in ICT Junior Camp. (Right)