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KTC initiates “Computers for the Hometown” program.

Mr. Dusit Ratchatasetanant (center left), Executive Vice President - Human Resources, “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited, on behalf of executives, employees and students under the Learn & Earn @ KTC program, presented used desktop computers to Mr. Songwut Suknavi (center right), Director, Wat Phichit Pitayaram Community School. This is a part of the “Computers for the Hometown” program where desktop computers in good working order are donated to rural schools in all six regions of Thailand for the instructional use by their teachers and students. Recipient schools are nominated by KTC employees on the basis of their hometown of origin.

The event took place recently at Wat Phichit Pitayaram Community School in Thanyaburi District of Pathumthani - the school chosen for donation in the central region.

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