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Jinghpaw Laika Ningja

Jinghpaw Laika Ningja

Ndau Laika

Jinghpaw Laika 125 ning jubili măsat Jinghpaw laili laika ningja mădun ai lămang hpe gălaw sa wa na ré. Amyu ru-sai, bawsang, măkam măsham hpung, mungdan nga shăra n ginhka ai, Jinghpaw laika myit lawm ai ni yawng shang lawm mai ai.

Ningja mădun lămang hpe ninggam (3) gălaw sa wa na ré. Ninggam shăgu hta, shang lawm ai ni yawng kumhpa hkam la lu na rai. Ningtawn ai ni gaw shăgrau shăa hkrum na sha n-ga, Jinghpaw laili laika hpungjat lămang ni hta shang lawm lu nhtawm, hpang na Ninggam de mătut shang lawm lu na ré.

Ninggam (I) Lămang hpe lăwu na măhkyen hte măren gălaw sa wa na ré. 

Ninggam I

Gabaw: “COVID-19 ZINLI ZINDAM”
Laili Laika Hpan: Gashăgawp, Sumroi, Sumrai
Laika-ngau Hkap La Aten: 10 – 31 May 2020

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Email: JinghpawLaika125@gmail.com
Hkringdat: Kachinland College, SNS-56 Shatapru, Myitkyina, Kachin State
Tel: 09978377222

 

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‘Nogmung Education Centre’ OPEN NOW!

‘Nogmung Education Centre’ OPEN NOW!

Dedicated and inaugurated on 25th December 2018
The centre is under the management and authority of ‘Nogmung Education Committee’ of leaders from all denominations in Nogmung Township.
KSAS is honoured to take facilitation role in the construction of the centre, training and providing teachers, and channelling the support from our friends in and out of the country.
Classes for the students in Nogmung commences in January. Lahpai Sut Awng (DLA 2018) and Mayit Yin Zi Sar (JCF 2018) will provide English Language class, IT Literacy, and Health Education. Including KARATE class!
Donation are Welcome: Funding for solar electricity system package, furnitures, resources for education. All the donation for the centre will be disclosed on our website.

Summer Term 2018

Summer Term 2018

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Post-Matriculation Programme

It is a ten week-long, intensive English programme targeting individuals who have passed or taken the matriculation exam, using multi-faceted teaching and learning methods to develop their English abilities.

Post-Matriculation Programme (PMP) gaw Tsang (10) htai ngut sai kădai mung, English hpe lădat hpan amyu myu hte hkaja la mai ai, Aten Bat (10) laksan lămang re. San-htai (Placement Test) htai nna, tinang ang ai Tsang (Level 1-7) lung mai ai.

 

Registration Period: 20 March – 18 April
Jawng Lung Lădaw (Term): 18 April – 27 June 2018
Jawng Lung Ten (School Hours): 09:30 – 16:30
Jawng Shăbrai (Tuition Fee): 140,000 (Only 120,000 if pay in lump sum)

 

Shărin Ginhpan ni (Modules)

 

Core Modules

PMP 101 Integrated English

PMP 102 Grammar

PMP 107 Information Technology (Computer)

PMP 103 Conversational English

PMP 104 English through Music

PMP 105 English through Film Studies

PMP 109 Vocabulary in Context

PMP 110 Reading

PMP 111 Writing

 

Electives

PMP 106 Fine Art

PMP 121 Jinghpaw Language

PMP 131 Shan Language

 

Club Activities

Music Club, Dance Club, Sport Club, Karate Club,

Politics Club, Environment Club, Art Club,

IT & Media Club, Community Service Club

 

Contact Us

Kachinland School of Arts and Sciences, Humanity Institute

SNS-56, Shatapru, Myitkyina, Kachin State

Tel: 0997 8377 222, 0978 422 7634, 0978 422 7625

Email: info@KachinlandSAS.org,

Website: www.KachinlandSAS.org

Facebook: @KachinlandSAS

Application Form: Download Here

Certificate in English Language and Social Studies (CES)

Certificate in English Language and Social Studies (CES)

It is one year English intensive Programme. The programme is designed to improve students’ English and other life skills through Curriculum, co-curriculum and extra-curriculum with different teaching methods. This course is suitable for those who want to be trained for job readiness. After attending this programme, the students will be able to join the diploma programme.

Tsang (10) awng ngut sai kadai mung, English hpe ladat hpan amyu myu hte hkaja la mai ai laning mi lamang re. Magam bungli gunhpai na matu atsam ningja sharawt la ai hte Diploma lamang de mai matut hkaja ai lamang mung re.

New Term (Ladaw Ningnan): 15th January – 14th December 2018
Tuition Fees (Jawng Jarik): 300,000 Ks
Course duration (Jawng Lung Aten Ladaw): 1 year
Class time (Jawng Lung ten): 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (Mon – Fri)

Enroll Now

Contact Us

Kachinland School of Arts and Sciences, Humanity Institute
SNS-56, Shatapru, Myitkyina, Kachin State
Tel: 0997 8377 222,
Tel2: 0978 422 7634, 0978 422 7625
Email: sas.kachinland@gmail.com
Facebook: @KachinlandSAS

 

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MOU for Collaboration Signed between Yamagata University and KSAS

MOU for Collaboration Signed between Yamagata University and KSAS

Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Yamagata University, Japan and Kachinland School of Arts and Sciences signed today on 8 November 2017.
The MoU is for:
a. Exchange of faculty, lecturers, and researchers and other research and administrative staff;
b. Exchange of students;
c. Conduct of collaborative research projects;
d. Conduct of lecturers and organizing of symposia;
e. Exchange of academic information and materials;
f. Promotion of other cooperative opportunities as mutually agreed.
Signed for and on behalf of:
Yamagata University
Prof. Kunihiko KIYOZUKA, Dean, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences,
Signed for and on behalf of:
Kachinland School of Arts and Sciences
Duwa Lahpai Zau Gun, Dean
Sarama kaba Lahpai Seng Raw, Trustee
Duwa Lahpai Hkun Sa, Trustee
Nbyen Dan Hkung Awng, Director
PUBLIC LECTURE: The Future of Health Care:  What does it mean for Kachin?

PUBLIC LECTURE: The Future of Health Care: What does it mean for Kachin?

SPEAKER: Dr. Marc Mitchell, MD, MS (Management) founder and president of D-tree International is a pediatrician and management specialist who has worked in over 40 countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America on the design and delivery of health care. He has taught global health at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health for the past 18 years. His research is on the use of mobile technology to improve the quality and access to health care. D-tree International is a global leader in the use of mobile technology to improve the quality of health care that is delivered to the world’s poor.

SYNOPSIS: During the past several years there has been significant change in Myanmar. Of course there is a new government but there has also been the introduction of mobile phones, a more global economy and more freedom for everyone in the country to travel. But there has also been the spread of new diseases like HIV/AIDS and old ones like Tuberculosis and measles. This lecture by Dr. Marc Mitchell, founder and president of D-tree International and Lecturer at Harvard University T.H. Chan School of Public Health will look at what these changes in both Myanmar and in the world mean what is needed so that people in Kachin can benefit from the new technologies and not be victims of these emerging new diseases.

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CHAIR

Nbyen Dan Hkung Awng Director, Kachinland School of Arts & Sciences, Humanity Institute

WHERE

Panghuk Duwa Hall,
Kachinland School of Arts & Sciences
SNS-60, Shatapru
Myitkyina

WHEN

24 March 2017 (Friday)
10:30AM – 12:00PM

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