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The real mission of Thai Higher Education therefore, it is a new mission, in addition to taking into account the guidelines related to the four main missions of higher education institutions set by the Office of the Higher Education Commission. University personnel in the era of Education 4.0 will have to unravel the concept of the old framework that has been done and is working on to a new adaptation to be consistent with the current situation because higher education institutions are academic centers as a flag for society and is the foundation of the country's thinking to drive development in various fields Up in the country, especially in the Thailand 4.0 era, the world is not the same world anymore.
The true mission of Thai higher education These are the production of graduates 4.0, research 4.0, academic services to society 4.0, and the preservation of arts and culture 4.0, which must accelerate the insertion of latent missions in the form of applying innovations or information and communication technologies in teaching and learning management. To be in line with the context of the world 4.0 and education 4.0. This is to encourage personnel in higher education institutions in the era of Education 4.0 to unravel their concepts from the original framework that had been done and is being worked on to a new adaptation to be consistent with the current situation because higher education institutions are academic centers as a flag for society, especially in the Thailand 4.0 era, the world is not the same world anymore. And in order to be in line with the Thailand Education 4.0 era, which is considered the era that has entered the 21st century, Thailand must look at productivity in a manner that can keep up and move forward.
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