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NEWS: French Fries Fish Chips Cutter Ideally Developed by the Faculty of Engineering, RMUTSV

News-PR - Mon, 16/03/2015 - 11:40

 

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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                                                                                        Jirayu Songkhro,

                                                                               Public Relations Officer

                                                                        

 

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RMUTSV—Academic Services held the academic services activity for displaying the role model research of oyster farming for community

News-PR - Thu, 05/03/2015 - 14:04

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 

 

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Integration of Knowledge Management for Community and ASEAN Community

News-PR - Mon, 09/02/2015 - 11:33

On February, 5 2015., Asst. Ruja Thipwaree, the president of the university reported the speech and Mr. Ekkarat Leesen,  Vice Governor of Songkhla Province presided over the ceremony named “Integration of Knowledge Management for Community and ASEAN Community”. The major purposes were to exchange ideas in terms of practical knowledge of the community and also competed the efficient practical ways under the theme “Innovation and Technology for Community”. In the event, it was received the honor from Abhisit Vejjajiva to narrate the academic topic: how to become a member of ASEAN held at His Majesty the King’s 7th Cycle Birthday Building, Faculty of Business Administration, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, Songkhla. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS

 

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Rajamangala Srivijaya Fair

News-PR - Mon, 09/02/2015 - 10:01

During 4-6 February, 2015., Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya held the exhibition under the theme “Technology and Culture” at the university area. The main purposes were to show the academic competency and exhibit the inventions and new technologies invented by the lecturers and students. Also, it encouraged the students to work in group so that they could learn how to solve unexpectedly problems and how to be a good team work. In the event, Asst. Ruja Tipwaree, the president of the university, presided over the opening ceremony. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTO

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Symposium of International Languages and Knowledge S-ILK Unity through Diversity 2015

News-affair - Mon, 26/01/2015 - 11:46
Symposium of International Languages and Knowledge S-ILK Unity through Diversity 2015 Hosted by Walailak University Co-Organizers: RMUTSV and UNIMAP  Conference dates 12-13 June 2015     ข้อมูลเพิ่มเติม read more

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“RMUTSV Getting Ready for Being Engagement Thailand”

News-PR - Fri, 23/01/2015 - 13:41

On January, 21 2015., Academic Services Unit together with Research and Academic Services, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya held the project named “RMUTSV Getting Ready for Being Engagement Thailand” in order to fully assist and cooperate with community under the same goal of Engagement Thailand. Engagement Thailand is perceived as the future mission of the university associated with the other universities focusing on the university’s concept, the importance as well as systems and mechanisms to service the community. The event was arranged at Rajamangala Songkhla Mermaid, Meaung, Songkhla. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS

 

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RMUTSV: Teacher’s Day “Preparing Thai Teachers Getting Ready for ASEAN 2015”

News-PR - Fri, 16/01/2015 - 15:10

During January, 15-16 2015., Faculty of Industrial Education and Technology, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya arranged the event on the occasion of Teacher’s Day “Preparing Thai Teachers Getting Ready for ASEAN” at Chai Bang Yang conference hall, RMUTSV. The main objectives were to express the gratitude and thankfulness to the teachers (including senior teachers) and also gave the shoulder boards to the new teachers. Additionally, in the event, Asst. Ruja Tipwaree, the president of the university, bestowed the special prizes for the best teachers, model teachers and those who devote themselves for the community. Moreover, there were the special talk narrated by Jatupone Chompoonit, the famous Thai narrator, under the topic “Preparing Thai Teachers Getting Ready for ASEAN” and the talk about “Thai Teachers in the Age of ASEAN from the Sight of Senior Teachers” by Asst. Sompan Ampawan, Jintana Maiduong, and Dr. Akaya Waophakdi, interviewer.  Asst. Ruja Tipwaree, the president of the university, presided over the opening ceremony. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS

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Children’s Day Event 2015 with the theme “Primeval World and Fossil Fuels” at Rajamangala University’s stadium

News-PR - Mon, 12/01/2015 - 13:56

On January, 10 2015., Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya together with Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production, Ltd. arranged the event on the occasion of Children’s Day under the theme “Primeval World and Fossil Fuels” held at Rajamangala University’s stadium. In the event, there were many interesting activities focused on science, technology, engineering, and mathematic in order to shed the light on those fields for the children participating in the event. Moreover, there were many performances performing by the students from the school nearby. Asst. Ruja Tipwaree, the president of Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, delivered welcoming speech, Mr. Boonlom Sengsamran, the manager of Settapat Center, delivered the event report, and Mr. Anuchit Trakulmututa, the vice Songkhla provincial governor, presided over the opening ceremony. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS 

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Research Incubator Inventor, Southern, Thailand

News-PR - Wed, 07/01/2015 - 15:39

Asst. Ruja Tipwaree, President of Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya and Miss Sukunya Theerakullert, Deputy Secretary-General of the office of the National Research Council of Thailand (NRCT) presided over the ceremony named Research Incubator Inventor, Southern, Thailand. The event was arranged by the office of the National Research Council of Thailand together with the office of the Vocational Education Commission held at Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, Songkhla. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS

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NEWS: Second-Prize New Innovation Learning Media “Manora Dolls” Assisting Autistic Children for Their Better and Faster Learning

News-PR - Mon, 29/12/2014 - 11:41

Second-Prize New Innovation Learning Media “Manora Dolls” Assisting Autistic Children for Their Better and Faster Learning

 

"Arial","sans-serif"">Mr. Palagorn Punmanee, lecturer at faculty of Agriculture, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, Songkhla, has ideally invented Manora doll with 12 dancing styles (Manora is Thai traditional dancing commonly performed in the South.) It functions as learning media helping autistic children. When touching it, the children can act like the dolls. With its colorfulness, it also can attract the children’s interest. This innovation is, thus, regarded as a new dimension of learning resource integrated with traditional dancing. Apart from this, teachers teaching or transferring the art of Manora dancing can also apply this media as teaching material to help the students better and faster understand.

 

"Arial","sans-serif"">National Research Council of Thailand (NRCT) "Arial","sans-serif""> has encouraged the works, inventions, and innovations created by Thai researchers and inventors including the work of Mr. Palagorn Punmanee to display in the exhibition held at Geneva, Switzerland, named “42nd International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva”. As it can raise and instill the students’ awareness towards the traditional culture and it hasn’t been created to help learning for a particular group, the work, therefore, won the second prize. Furthermore, this media can be applied as learning aid for teaching general students.

 

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"Arial","sans-serif"">For more information please contact Mr. Palagorn Punmanee, lecturer at faculty of Agriculture, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, Songkhla. Tel. 0-7431-7100 ext.1815. 

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RMUTSV “Creatively Positive Thinking and RMUTSV’s Staff Sports Competition”

News-PR - Fri, 26/12/2014 - 10:18

On December, 25 2014,. Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya held the practical meeting under the name “Creatively Positive Thinking and RMUTSV’s Staff Sports Competition” took place at Multipurposes building, RMUTSV, for establishing the harmony and unity. In the evening, there was a special party and many activities on the stage as well. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS

 

 

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RMUTSV: Visiting and Thanking to the Mass Media

News-PR - Mon, 22/12/2014 - 10:39

During December, 17-21 2014, the board of directors of the Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya, visited and thanked to the mass media at Bangkok— Thairath, Daily News, Kom Chad Luk, Banmuang, Siamrath, Khaosod, and Matichon for supporting and distributing the university’s news to the eyes of outsiders. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS

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NEWS: RMUTSV has established “Op Shop” to help Needy Students.

News-PR - Fri, 12/12/2014 - 09:44

            RMUTSV has established “Op Shop” to help Needy Students. 

 

font-family:"Arial","sans-serif"">Dr. Nuchalee Thipmonta, lecturer at Science program, General Education department, the Liberal Arts faculty, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya (RMUTSV) and her accompanies have established charity shop named “Op shop”. The Op shop stands for “Opportunity Shop”. The main aim is to help needy students who study at Chaimongkolwit school. Interested person can donate both first-hand and second-hand personal items and educational equipment. The shop is opened every Wednesday located at Chaimongkolwit school, Meaung district, Songkhla province, Thailand.

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"Arial","sans-serif"">Many needy children in Thailand nowadays are waiting for lending a helping hand from sponsors, companies, and organizations who realize to the importance of education. That is to say, educational opportunity is imperative for the students. If they have enough supporting, they can be a good person though they undergo difficulty in life.

 

"Arial","sans-serif"">Chaimongkolwit school is located away from RMUTSV around 500 meters. The course is opened for elementary level. RMUTSV has been supporting for learning and teaching aids, renovating playground, as well as developing the school’s scenery, for example. Apart from this, many lecturers from RMUTSV frequently devote their time to teach the students. Therefore, the relationship between RMUTSV and Chaimongkolwit school is as relatives, but this is just a part. In fact, most students studying there are lack of educational fund; they live from hand to mouth.  Chaimongkolwit school, thus, provides a great opportunity for the students: free for tuition fee and lunch. Because of the policy (Everything is free), budget supporting daily expenses is very essential. Although the Op shop does not bring great money, it is hoped more or less helps the school and students.

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font-family:"Arial","sans-serif"">Dr. Nuchalee Thipmonta stated that Chaimongkolwit school is now encountering some limitations particularly the budget for management and development teaching and learning systems. This is because Chaimongkolwit school is a private school—providing free course, and the budget supported by the government is just enough for teacher’s salary. For this reason, Dr. Nuchalee Thipmonta and her accompanies, applied 3 Rs: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle as a way to gather and create income in order to help the school. That is to say, the 3 ways help the school worthily use the remain and donated equipment, materials, and personal items. Moreover, it can create stable income for the school.

 

"Arial","sans-serif"">Mr. Chob Bunchuay, the principal of Chaimongkolwit school, expressed the thankfulness to the lecturers of RMUTSV in helping and guiding the way to systematically manage and arrange the school’s activities, as well as suggesting Sufficiency Economy as guidance for living. It is believed that this guidance not only lead happiness to the school, but also create a stable foundation for the students, their family, and community. No matter the how the Economic crisis affected to them, if they live by considering Sufficiency Economy initiated by His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej as a guidance: no greed, economical living, diligence, patience, sharing, and harmony, they will have enough immunity to cope with coming problems. 

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font-family:"Arial","sans-serif"">Dr. Nuchalee Thipmonta lastly stated that apart from opening Op shop, Songkhla Municipality is also supporting the space (once a month) at Songkhla Walking Street closed to Songkhla Old Wall for selling donated items, as other way to gather money. This support has no any charge for space fee.

 

font-family:"Arial","sans-serif"">Those who want to donate personal items or educational equipment, please contact at Science program, General Education department, the Liberal Arts faculty, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya or directly contact to Chaimongkolwit school, Meaung district, Songkhla province, Thailand. For more information please contact Dr. Nuchalee Thipmonta Tel. 08-8783-7275 or 0-7431-7100 ext. 1615.

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NEWS: Preserving Phom Nang Seaweed (Yam Sai) from vanishing

News-PR - Thu, 11/12/2014 - 10:32

   Academic Services Unit, RMUTSV has created modal farm for preserving Phom Nang Seaweed (Yam Sai), an outstanding Product of Koh Yo, Meuang, Songkhla from vanishing.

  

Academic Services Unit, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya (RMUTSV) has rehabitated Gracilaria Fisferi or Phom Nang seaweed, an outstanding plant of Koh Yo, Meuang, Songkhla. In doing so, the unit has built a modal farm for cultivating Phom Nang seaweed in fishery floating baskets, Koh Yo. This project was initiated by Dr. Somrak  Rodjaroen (head of the project), Asst. Prof. Apirak  Songrak, Asst. Prof. Chutinut Sujarit, Mr. Nikom  Onsri, Mr. Supawat Inkerd, and Ms. Kattinat Sagulsawasdipan, from the Faculty of Fisheries and Science Technology, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya.

 

Phom Nang seaweed locally called Sai is regarded as a cash crop of Koh Yo, Songkhla. It is generally found in tidal and submerged areas, living by attaching to floating objects: seashells, gravels, for example. Besides, the seaweed is also used as one of the main ingredients of Yam-Sai-Koh-Yo or Phom Nang seaweed spicy salad, the local dish expressing the identity of this area. This unique dish is well created by the local wisdom of Koh Yo natives, so that it is promoted to be the quality product for visitors.

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Not only its good taste, but the seaweed is also rich of protein, carbohydrate, dietary mineral, especially iodine and vitamin, for instance. Medically, it can be extracted for producing medicines treating gastritis, constipation, and goiter. Moreover, its jelly can be transformed for encapsulating medicine powder relieving those who suffer from gastroparesis, inflammatory bowel diseases, hemorrhoid, palpitation, hypertension, atherosclerosis, arthritis, as well as obesity.

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The extinction of Sai (Phom Nang seaweed) in Koh Yo was reported by fishermen having been selling Phom Nang spicy salad to the visitors around Leam Por temple almost 20 years. They revealed that Phom Nang seaweed nowadays cannot be found in the lake or nearby. Hence, they have to order it from Pattani in higher price. They further predict that Yam Sai seaweed might really extinct from Koh Yo.

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To preserve Phom Nang seaweed, the main ingredient of Yam Sai, Academic Services Unit, RMUTSV, therefore, has extremely cultivated Phom Nang seaweed in the fishery floating baskets sized 3 x 3 meters by using a method called “Hanging-long line” providing the seaweed’s holding-platform. It grows well in both deep and shallow sea areas, as it weight can increase up to 2-3 times of its original weight.

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Considering its features, it has large lines and beautiful color. The factor affecting to the well growth of the seaweed is the release of food wastes from white-sea bass farming in Koh Yo. That is to say, cultivating seaweed together with white-sea bass framing can reduce the rate of waste water in the sea.

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In addition, it can be noticed that many marine larvae such as shrimp and fish live in the clump of seaweed, indicating that this cultivating method is suitable for the growth of seaweed. For this reason, the method can help develop and promote Koh Yo agriculturists to cultivate Phom Nang seaweed in order to conserve Yam-Sai-Koh-Yo to be the local heritage of the natives forever.

 

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RMUTSV joined a walk in honor of His Majesty the King on the occasion of “Father’s Day”

News-PR - Thu, 04/12/2014 - 14:13

Recently, on December, 4 2014., Asst. Ruja Tipwaree, President of Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya together with her accompanies and students joined a walk in honor of His Majesty the King on the occasion of “Father’s Day”. The walk started from RMUTSV stadium and marched along Ratchadamnoen Nok Road. In the event, Mr. Thumrong Ja-rernkrung, Songkhla provincial governor, presided over the opening ceremony. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS

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Extending best wishes to His Majesty the King On "Father's Day"

News-PR - Wed, 03/12/2014 - 16:07

On December, 3 2014 Asst. Ruja Tipwaree, President of Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya together with her accompanies and students jointly paid respect to the image of His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej on the occasion of “Father’s Day”(December, 5 2014) in order to express the appreciation and the gratitude to His Majesty the King. The event was held at Multipurpose building, RMUTSV. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS

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RMUTSV, jointly paid respect to the statue of Rama VI

News-PR - Tue, 25/11/2014 - 10:44

 On November, 25 2014, Asst. Prof. Piya Prasongchan, Director of Public Relations Division, RMUTSV, jointly paid respect to the statue of Phra Bat Somdet Phra Ramathibodi Si Sintharamaha Vajiravudh Phra Mongkut Klao Chao Yu Hua or Rama VI in order to express the gratitude and appreciation on the occasion of “King Rama VI Commemoration Day’ 2014, held at the statue of King Rama VI zone, Mahavajiravudh Songkhla School.CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS

 

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RMUTSV Administrators Participating in Taiwan-Thailand Higher Education Forum in Taiwan

News-affair - Mon, 24/11/2014 - 10:54
 RMUTSV Administrators Participating in Taiwan-Thailand Higher Education Forum at the Grand Hotel, Taiwan between November 23-26, 2014.The objective is to develop collaboration between university and industrial cooperation of Taiwan and Thailand. read more

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Seminar:Color theory for Gutlee group

News-PR - Wed, 19/11/2014 - 09:30

On November, 18 2014., Clinic Technology in conjunction with faculty of Architecture, Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya held seminar named "Color Theory for Gutlee Group", the group creating an artificial art from tree leaf sheaf of banana, Ban Pareh, Barahoom sub-district, Meuang, Pattani. This group gains assistance from Vocational Education Institute Southern 3. The major aim of the seminar was to enhance knowledge in terms of color theory, color selection, color matching, product design, as well as using natural color replacing synthetic color.  Ajarn Piyaporn Thurakitjomnong, Dean of faculty of Architecture presided over the opening ceremony. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS

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Extending best wishes to His Majesty the King

News-PR - Tue, 18/11/2014 - 22:02

Extending best wishes to His Majesty the King—On November, 18 2014., Asst. Ruja Tipwaree, Dean of Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya and her accompanies recorded the blessing  to His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej in order to express the gratitude and thankfulness on the occasion of “Father’s Day”( December, 5 2014) at the Television of Thailand Channel 11, Hat Yai, Songkhla. CLICK HERE FOR THE PHOTOS

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