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Sarakaba Pungga Ja Li Fellowship

Learn and Build Our Society Together!

Sarakaba Pungga Ja Li was a Kachin oral historian and an author of more than 30 books on oral history and stories such as Joiwa, Hkringwa, Dumsa and Lanyi. This Scholarship will be awarded to honour his literary contribution for Kachin Studies. Students who are applying for the Diploma of Kachin Studies Programme at the Kachinland School of Arts and Sciences are eligible for this Scholarship. Students will have opportunity to work together with professors from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) of the University of London for preservation of Kachin heritage.
DEADLINE :  17 July 2017

Duration: 10 Weeks

Term Starts: 17 July 2017
Time: 9:30 am – 4:00 pm (Mon – Sat)
Fee : 120,000 Kyats      [Note: Food & Accommodation  Provided for Students from Remote areas.]
PMP 101 Integrated English
PMP 102 Grammar
PMP 103 Conversational English
PMP 104 English through Music
PMP 105 English through Film Studies
PMP 106 English through Art
PMP 107 English through Information Technology
PMP 108 Current Issues
PMP 109 Vocabulary in Context
PMP 110 Reading Challenges
PMP 111 Fundamentals of Writing
PMP 121 Jinghpaw Language
PMP 131 Shan Language
PMP 141 Shan and Kachin History
CLUB: Music, Dance, Politics, Environment, Health
COMMUNITY SERVICE: Volunteer Teachers
SPORT: Karate, Football, etc.
CONTACT US: Kachinland School of Arts and Sciences (KSAS), Address: SNS-56, Shatpru, Myitkyina, Kachin State, Telephone: 0997-8377-222, 09784227634, 09784227625, Email: info@KachinlandSAS.org