During the 29th -31st March 2018, International Affairs Office, led by Ass.Prof.Dr. Ong-arge , assistant to the President (International affairs) participated in the academic activities of the Symposium of International Languages and Knowledge (SILK-2018) along with Walailak University (WU), Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP) and Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya. Which this year Walailak University is the host of this event .
หนึ่งหยด ต่อหนึ่งชีวิต บรรยากาศกิจกรรมการบริจาคโลหิตในเช้าวันศุกร์ที่ 17 กุมภาพันธ์ 2560 เป็นไปอย่างครึกครื้น ซึ่งมีนักศึกษาและบุคลากร ภายใน มทร. ศรีวิชัย เข้าร่วมบริจาคโลหิตกันเป็นจำนวนมาก ซึ่งกิจกรรมในครั้งนี้จัดขึ้นโดยสโมสรนักศึกษาคณะวิศวกรรมศาสตร์/ฝ่ายพัฒนานักศึกษาคณะวิศวกรรมศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยเทคโนโลยีราชมงคลศรีวิชัย ร่วมกับเหล่ากาชาดสงขลา โดยเป็นการร่วมมือกันดำเนินกิจกรรมการบริจาคโลหิตเช่นนี้เป็นประจำทุกภาคการศึกษา และได้รับความร่วมมือที่ดีจากนักศึกษาและบุคลากรเข้าร่วมบริจาคโลหิตตลอดมา ณ ลานกิจกรรม ชั้น 3 อาคารเรียนรวมคณะวิศวฯ
Faculty of Agriculture, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, welcome Mr. Triyogo Jatmiko : consulate of the Republic of Indonesia
Faculty of Agriculture, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, Nakorn Si Thammarat campus, we very pleased to welcome Mr. Triyogo Jatmiko :consulate of the Republic of Indonesia in Songkhla for his visit the campus and have a opportunity to meet 11 Indonesian students, These students currently study at faculty of Agriculture.
On May, 26 2015 Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Bancherd Karnchanajetanee, Vice-Rector for Asset Management and Revenue , together with the executive of Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya , joined the Forest-Robe Presentation Ceremony as the president on the Celebration Ceremony of Buddha's relics (Rattanajedi si Songkhla) at Wat Sraket, Bo yang, Mueang, Songkhla. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS
RMUTSV won 4 prizes from the ITEX’15; 26th International Invention & Innovation Exhibition, Malaysia
Congratulations to Asst. Prof. Jaruwat Jareanjit and Mr. Tarnwit Namesai, lecturer of Mechanical Engineering department, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya (RMUTSV), Miss Sukunya Theerakullert, Deputy Secretary-General of the office of the National Research Council of Thailand, together with Asst. Prof. Dr. Apirak Songruk was invited from National Research Council of Thailand to join presenting the innovations in the ITEX’15; 26th International Invention & Innovation Exhibition held at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia between 21 -23 May, 2015. More than a thousand of innovations from twenty-first countries, the innovations from RMUTSV won 4 awards leading the reputation and pride to the university.CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS
Recently, Asst. Prof. Ruja Tipwaree, president of Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, together with her accompanies and students joined the procession to proceed Buddha’s hair and several meters of yellow fabric to cover the pagoda in the Celebration Ceremony of Buddha's relics (Rattanajedi si Songkhla). The procession moved from the university to Wat Sraket, Bo yang, Mueang, Songkhla. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS
RMUTSV jointly paid respect to the statue of Admiral Prince Abhakara Kiartivongse, Prince of Chumphon
On May, 19 2015, Asst. Prof. Piya Prasongchan, Director of Public Relations Division, RMUTSV, jointly paid respect to the statue of Admiral Prince Abhakara Kiartivongse, Prince of Chumphon at Laem Son On, Mueang, Songkhla . CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS
Mr. Prajuab Mokaratana, the director of Office of Marine and Costal Resources Conservation Region 6, in conjunction with Dr. Prasert Tongnunui and Dr. Apirak Songrak, from Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, Trang campus, held the activity; planting seagrass at the seashore, Trang. The main aim was to support the Small and Micro Community Enterprise Fish Farming, Baan Phru Jood, Bohin sub-district, Sikao district, Trang, to be the center of planting seagrass seedlings. This center is as the first seagrass seedlings bank in Thailand initiated by Mr. Banjong Na-rue matee, the leader of the project, who raises the awareness in planting and rehabitating seagrass at the seashore of Trang.
Why seagrass is essential for dugongs?.. In fact, marine and coastal management nowadays is focused on the conservation of natural resource for properly utilizing and maintaining the remains for the next generation. Cultivating seagrass at Trang is the activity cooperating between government sectors, coastal communities, and external organizations. Many years ago, the conservationists found a big crisis of the extinction of dugongs in Thailand particularly in Trang. It was reported that the amount of dugongs found in Trang has continuously decreased. Several years ago, there were around 160 dugongs living in Trang sea, but 2-3 years later, it was just found about 120-130 dugongs there. Noticeably, the number of dugongs’ carcasses has been increasingly found every year. In the academia, if the death rate of dugongs has been found more than 7 carcasses each year, the dugongs might really extinct from Trang sea within 60 years. The conservation movement of dugongs is still restricted. This is because we can not directly access to them—they are not accustomed to human as elephants and pandas. Therefore, seagrass is selected as a medium to attract dugongs; if the seagrass extincts, dugongs will also.
Seagrass is very important for coastal ecosystems and food sources of dugongs.In the territorial seas of Thailand both Thai gulf and Andaman, there are 12 species of seagrass being found. It is named as its specific features. The first group is called acuminate or orbicular, such as Enhalus acoroides, Syringodium isoetifolium, Halodule uninervis, Halodule pinifolia, Ruppia maritime, Cymodocea rotundata, Cymodocea serrulata, and Thalassia hemprichii. The second group is Elliptic, such as Halophila ovalis, Halophila decipiens, Halophila minor, and Halophila beccarii.
Currently, the condition of seagrass in Thailand is found 104,686 rai; Thai gulf 38,736 rai, Andaman 65,950 rai. It is vastly found at Trang around 21,166 rai or in the ratio of 1:4 of seagrass in Thailand. However, the seagrass presently is gradually threaten and continuously waned. The major factor affected to this destruction is from human’s activities and the damage of mangroves and coral reefs. The survey about the current condition of seagrass covering more than 30 important sources in the Andaman coast found that 40% of seagrass is in a good condition, 30% in moderate and 30% encountering waned condition.
Over the past decades, the sea coasts have been destroyed for many purposes: country development, economy expanse, building construction, land reclamation, building a bridge, ocean mining, for instance. These activities will transport the sediments from the coasts and islands to the sea. Concerning careless fishery, it is also perceived as the big factor that can extremely damage seagrass, marine life as well as sea coast; for example, fishing by using trawler, push nets, and beach seines.
Besides, it is noted that long-extreme monsoon, typhoon or climate change, and global warming can cause to the degradation of seagrass. The destruction of disaster can be clearly seen from “Tsunami” hit the Andaman. It destroyed the seagrass more than 2,500 rai. Moreover, life cycle of seagrass might be destroyed if the temperature of sea water is higher. Particularly, the temperature and sun light is the main impact of reproduction of seagrass including the marine life who eat seagrass as their main food.
The activity of cultivating seagrass, chaining the harmony of locals, and raising the awareness, received the interest from the Management Unit Network and Costal Resources Conservation Management Section. The awareness of conservation seagrass is started from activity of cultivating seagrass by propagation technique in the group of Cymodocea rotundata. Because of the conservation movement, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, having efficient professors, has jointly developed planting technique and suggested reproduction technique by using seeds in order to reduce the damage of seagrass resources probably affected by propagation. Presently, this activity especially in Trang is becoming the main mission of Office of Marine and Coastal Resources Management, Trang. The activity is important and valuable for both humans and animals’ ways of life, natural resources, and environment which are in accordance with the mission of Academic Services of RMUTSV. This activity cannot be completed if there is without the cooperation from various sections.
Lastly, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, would like to invite interested person to join cultivating seagrass and release fish at Trang sea in order to conserve the remains natural resources for the next generations.
text-align:right"> Translated by Jirayu Songkhro text-align:right">Public Relations Officer, RMUTSV
Recently, the executives of Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya Council received the invitation from H.E. Mr. Rolf Peter Gottfried Schulze, Ambassador of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Bangkok, Thailand to participate the discussion under the stream of vocational education cooperation between Germany and the university. The underlying goals were to create educational network and exchange the experience in educational management, held at the Embassy of Germany in Bangkok. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS
On April, 25 2015, Asst. Prof. Piya Prasongchan, Director of Public Relations Division, RMUTSV, jointly paid respect to the statue King Naresuan in order to express the gratitude and appreciation on the occasion of “King Naresuan Commemoration Day’ 2015, held at Multipurpose building, RMUTSV. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS
Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya (RMUTSV) arranged the seminar: Youth Volunteer According to His Majesty's Initiative. A key speaker, the university received the honor from the representatives of the Office of His Majesty's Principal Private Secretary to share the knowledge and pave the way how to be a good volunteer . The event was held at Chai Bang Yang Conference room, RMUTSV. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS
The Gallery of Book Alms and the Sermon of the Last Great Incarnation Story of the Buddha for Celebrating the Occasion of HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn's 5th Cycle Birthday Anniversary
The Gallery of Book Alms Activity for Border Patrol Police Schools and the Sermon of the Last Great Incarnation Story of the Buddha Known as, Phra Vessandorn 13 Epics for Celebrating the Auspicious Occasion of HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn's 5th Cycle Birthday Anniversary
Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya arranged the activities to celebrate the Auspicious Occasion of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn's 5th Cycle Birthday Anniversary 2 April 2015. The activities were divided into two sessions. The morning activity held at the Rajamangala sculpture was book alms activity for 10 border patrol police schools. The afternoon activity held at RMUTSV Multipurpose building was the Sermon of the last great incarnation story of the Buddha known as, Phra Vessandorn 13 epics which attracted both insiders and outsiders’ interest. Click for image processing
Creating Educational Network— Recently, H.E. Mr. Rolf Peter Gottfried Schulze, Ambassador of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Bangkok attended the discussion, held at Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, under the stream of vocational education cooperation between Thailand and Germany by applying the well-known German bilateral education system, integrating coursework along with real working skills, to develop Thai vocational education. The cooperation will foster Thai vocational students to reach a high level of professional skills consistent with the requirement of the labor market. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS
Recently, the Malaysian Siamese youth representatives and the volunteer teachers attended the seminar and workshop held at Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya. The major aim was to improve Thai language and Thai cultures teaching skills of the Malaysian volunteer teachers from the states near Thai borders. In the event, they participated learning Home Economics such as flowers arrangement, making floral garlands, and cooking Thai foods. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS
text-indent:.5in">Fish Chips locally called Keropok, a must souvenir for visitors, is a very tasty food product of the three southernmost provinces. Keropok has variety kinds of taste such as fish and shrimp tastes. These products are best sold at OTOP and fresh-food markets. The cooking tip is about the size of Keropok depending on a personal preference. If it is sliced in circle shape, we will get very crispy Keropok. If you like it crispy but soft inside, cut it thinker. Or if you want its taste like a French fries stick, just cut it in long piece. Keropok in the shape of French fries stick is very popular for tasters. However, speaking of cutting Keropok into the French fries shape, it quite takes long time and requires cooker’s expertise. text-indent:.5in">From the above problems, Mr. Suhidi Sani, lecturer at Industrial Engineering program, faculty of Engineering, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, has invented semi-automatic French fries fish chips cutter. The process starts from cutting Keropok in the size of 50 millimeter. After that, put it into the cutting hole. Then, the sensor will detect whether there are any pieces of Keropok inside. After that, the system will command the pneumatic to push Keropok through the blade and then the blade will shape the Keropok into French-fries stick. "Arial","sans-serif""> text-indent:.5in">This innovation was particularly invented for reducing the original sophisticated approach which leads to the inadequacy of output. After using, it reveals that the machine can produces more than 4.9 times compared to workers. It approximately gains the amount of Keropok 90 kg an hour, Mr. Suhidi Sani, said. "Arial","sans-serif""> text-indent:.5in">Interested person can directly contact to Mr. Suhidi Sani. Tel. 074-317162, 074-317168. Address: Faculty of Engineering, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, 1 Ratchadamnoen Nok, Bo Yang, Muang, Songkhla 90000. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS
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RMUTSV—Academic Services held the academic services activity for displaying the role model research of oyster farming for community
RMUTSV—Academic Services--- Faculty of Science and Fisheries Technology, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, Trang held the academic services activity for displaying the role model research of oyster farming for community led by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Suwat Tanyaros, Dean of Faculty of Science and Fisheries Technology, Asso. Prof. Mookda Suksawat, Vice President of Research and Academic Services Office and Vice President of Research and Academic Services, Chaiya Thanapatsiri, Assistant Rector, Dr. Apirak Songrak, and Dr. Somrak Rodjaroen. On this occasion, RMUTSV received the honor from Mr. Somchai, the manager of Sinmana Farmstay from Surat thani to concisely narrate the situation of oysters held at the Small and Micro Community Enterprise Fish Farming, Baan Phru Jood, Bohin sub-district, Sikao district, Trang. The purposes of the activity were to create the sustainable career for locals as well as conserve oysters. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS