The Royal Society of Thailand has received accolades for its excellent work and dedication to elevating itself to the ranks of Thailand’s most prestigious academic organizations.
The above was said by Minister Attached to the Prime Minister’s Office Anucha Nakasai to Minister Thatchayanat Jianthanatkanon, Deputy Secretary-General of the Royal Society of Thailand Santi Phakdikham, and other executives during his recent visit to the organization and units under its supervision to discuss their current operations and campaigns for the fiscal year 2023.
In addition, Minister Anucha took the opportunity to personally congratulate every single Royal Society employee in 2022 for their unwavering commitment to doing their very best work for the sake of the country.
Together with the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society and the Digital Government Development Agency, the Royal Society of Thailand has tasked its employees and affiliated units with promoting government policy and providing the public with more information on its role as a civil serving unit using more digital content throughout 2022 and the following year.
Establishing standards for the use of the Thai language, providing academic services to government agencies, state enterprises, independent units, public organizations, and other government branches, and disseminating a correct understanding of its work and responsibilities within the government among Thai citizens are also top priorities for the Royal Society of Thailand in 2023.