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PIM grooms public administrators in Thailand


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The eighth batch of participants for the international program on management conducted jointly by the Postgraduate Institute of Management (PIM) and the Kasetsart University, one of the top 5 universities in Thailand, was held in Bangkok recently.

The program focused on crucial management processes, and observed the exemplary practices adopted by some key industries and government departments. Participants got the opportunity to visit and discuss with officials of the CAT Telecom, Thailand and Department of International Trade Promotion. This program is among many other much-acclaimed international programs of PIM, coordinated by PIM Management Consultant Dilhan Goonetilleke.


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