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About Us

On March 3rd, 1995, the council of Nongnamsai sub-district, Banphai district set aside land for Vocational Education in order to establish the Banphai Industrial and Community Education College (BPIC). On July 9th, 1996 BPIC was officially commissioned under the Division of Education Careers which is under the Ministry of Education which oversees the Office of the Vocational Education Commission.

This project was established with the support of MPs Assistant Professor Dr. Premsak Pieyura, M.D., PhD. and wealthy people of Banphai led by Dr. Yingyong Sawadpanich. Funds for establishing BPIC came from unused funds from the existing budget. On December 20th, 1997 the Ministry of the Interior approved the Vocational Education Commission to use public land located at 113 Moo.2 Nong namsai sub-district , Banphai district, to establish BPIC. The land area was about about 99 Rai (39.6 acres) 932 square meters. read more....

Recent Achievements and Activities

The 10th China - ASEAN Education Cooperation Week

The reasons for China -ASEAN Education Cooperation are:

  1. Colleges from Thailand are actively involved with China to cultivate talents and skills for railway transit system.
  2. ASEAN countries need skills to build mainstay industrial
  3. Cooperation between colleges and companies
Dr. Janyar pabu delivered speech. In his speech he mention about how Chinese railway has developed. He said, Thailand need labours to match the skills and don't have enough talents. Therefore, BPIC choose Wuhan Railway Vocational college of Technology as the partner. We are training student to obtain skills and have good cooperation. Director Cheng ShiXin, Wuhan Railway vocational College of Technology invited the director of BPIC to attend the meeting. Dr. Janyar Pabu lead a group of directors of Thai colleges to attend the meeting. Dr. Janyar Pabu has maintain great relationship with Mr. cheng and they delivered the speech together.

If someone is going down the wrong road, he doesn’t need motivation to speed him up. What he needs is education to turn him around. 'Jim Rohn'