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Office of the Administrative Courts launched its Learning Area for Public Services.
Office of the Administrative Courts launched its Learning Area for Public Services.

  

         

     On 9 July 2020, Mr. Piya Patangta, President of the Supreme Administrative Court, presided over the opening ceremony of the “Administrative Court Learning Area for Public Services”, symbolized by the “Wisdom Tree”, representing its wisening roots and sprawling technologies as a concept.  In this regard, Mr. Boonanan Wannapanich, President of a Chamber of the Supreme Administrative Court, together with Mr. Atichoke Pholdee, Secretary-General of the Office of the Administrative Courts (OAC), and executives of OAC attended the event as well at the lobby of the Administrative Court premises.  This learning area provides public with the knowledge and understanding on administrative law as well as its procedural approach.  It also provides the update of court operations and information during the spread of COVID-19, allowing public an all-time accessibility to the real time on-site visit through electronic system.

     

     At the outset, Mr. Jamnong Thavornvisith, Advisor to the Office of the Administrative Courts, was introducing the background and objectives of the “Learning Area for Public Services” to the President of the Supreme Administrative Court.

     To officially launch the Learning Area, Mr. Piya Patangta, President of the Supreme Administrative Court, scanned the QR Code to mark the opening ceremony of the “Administrative Court Learning Area for Public Services”, symbolized by a “Wisdom Tree” representing its wisening roots and sprawling technologies as a concept.

     

     Mr. Boonanan Wannapanich, President of a Chamber of the Supreme Administrative Court, also visited on-site displays of the “Administrative Court Learning Area for Public Services” and scanned the QR Code into the kiosk screen for accessing to administrative cases data.

 

     Mr. Atichoke Pholdee, Secretary-General of the Office of the Administrative Courts, visited on-site displays of the Administrative Court Learning Area and scanned the QR Code for accessing to administrative cases data respectively.

     President of the Supreme Administrative Court, President of a Chamber of the Supreme Administrative Court, Secretary-General of the Office of the Administrative Courts took group photos with Mr. and Ms. Learning (Court officials in charge of on-site advising services).

   

     Secretary-General of the Office of the Administrative Courts offered a conceivable interview to the media about the Learning Area.

   

     “Administrative Court Learning Area for Public Services” or “Wisdom Tree” made in form of 3D golden acrylic tree is settled on the three sides of the pillar as branches of the golden big tree which help to protect people and render justice to them.  People can get helpful knowledge on the Administrative Court procedure through QR Code technology.

 







Modified date : 13 Aug. 2020, 15:27


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