Our aim is to pursue the goal of developing the whole individual by taking seriously what it means for human beings to be 'spiritual'.
Our resources will be available to spiritual seekers from all traditions and in dialogue with other faith, psychological and philosophical traditions.
Also, we concerned in the several aspects for student. Not only the academic term, which each student can be succeeded in the future.
+ The First Orientation Activity
+ Activities of Propagation Knowledge in Law
+ Rapee’s Day Ceremony
+ Quiz Game Legal Contest
+ Last Orientation & Career Guidance
+ Rural Development Camp Activity
+ Wai kru Ceremony
Rapee’s Day Ceremony
Each year on August 7, Thailand's legal profession paystribute to Prince Rapee Pattanasak, the father of Thailand's modern legal system.
Prince Rapee, a son of King Chulalongkorn, Rama V, was born on October 21, 1874. After he obtained his secondary education in SuanKularb Palace School in Bangkok, he went on to study law at Christchurch College, Oxford University. He came back and became the minister of justice at the age of 22 in 1896. He held the position for 14 years.
The Prince took initiatives on establishment of the first law school in the country in 1897. He drew up a syllabus and taught the students himself. In his 14 years in office, he laid a firm foundation for the Thai legal system.
In 1911, King Vajiravudh, Rama VI, appointed Prince Rapeeas the Minister of Agriculture. He promoted systemization of land title deeds and ownership, and initiated the Royal Irrigation Department and many projects to aid farmers. He fell ill in 1920, and resigned from active service. He went to Paris for medical care and passed away on August 7 of the same year.