We are strongly apology for updating information too late according to our technology limitation and lack of human resource. We are warmly welcome your suggestion and comment. Your opinion will be our valuable source in order to create a better life for our Karenni teenager Thank you for your patient and visit our blog. Most of the activities and images are also post in KnNC facebook page

Academic Class

2016-17 Academic year .

IT Class

2016-17 Academic Year

Education Workshop

2016-17 Academic Year

2012-13 Academic Year

108 Students .

KnCC Students

KnCC is formed by merging KLMC and KnPT .

Elective Subject

Byzantine Color represent for Community Management Subject .

Elective Subject

Green Color represent for Math Subject .

Elective Subject

Red Color represent for Science Subject .

Graduation

First Batch Of KnCC .

Graduation

Students and Teacher.

Group

Students,CBOs and Leaders .

KnCC first term examination - August 2011

First term was taken in August 29 to 3 2011.

Students Activities

Relay Story Telling

Classroom activities

During Lesson

Relay Story Telling

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Saturday, November 30, 2019

Admission Requirements

Academic requirements

-Passed grade 10 either in camp or Myanmar.
-Proof of original grade 10 certificate and progressive report card
-Pass KnNC entrance examination; Test will be English, social and Math

Additional document requirements
- UNHCR document
-Photo ID (citizenship or passport either Thai or Myanmar)
-A recommendation letter - Acceptable recommendation-High school Principal, CBO leader or section Leader. 

For more information:Please visit KnNC main campus in the camp. 

Support Karenni National College

How you can help us?

Teaching/learning aids:  We welcome any kind of school supplies such as
books, dictionaries, educational movies, stationary, sport equipment.


Contributions: As we are refugees without much income, we have to rely on outside for our school running cost.  A cent from you will even make a change.  

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like further information.



Email:        kncc.blog@gmail.com
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In Person : Visit KnNC main campus is the best option if possible.






KnNC Main Campus


KnNC main campus is located in just south of  Karenni Refugee camp 1, Ban Mai Nai Soi, Mae Hong Son, Thailand, about 25 KM from Mae Hong Son city. Main campus is home to regular classroom, administration, basic computer classroom, extracurricular, library, and learning facilities.   

Vision Mission and Objectives



Vision
KnNC seeks to be an avenue of development to produce empowered students for the greater advancement of their community

Mission
KnNC  exists to nurture students academically, socially and spiritually; enabling them to become responsible and disciplined adults, through challenging and energetic education program whereby the students will discover and develop their own potential, be equipped with the knowledge, skills and characters need to serve their community toward a sustainable developed community.

Objectives
-Enriching lives of students via appropriate education
-Equipping students with knowledge and skills necessary for jobs serving the community
-Preparing students with knowledge and skills necessary for higher level education opportunities.
-Molding students scholastically.







Monday, June 23, 2014

Karenni National Day backgrounds

Karenni National Day, June 21 

In the early stages of Karenni's momentous-rife chronicle, Burman kings frequently engaged in war with Karenni as part of their campaign of launching attacks on surrounding empires in a bid to expand their own. The first Anglo-Burman war broke outin 1824 and came to an end when British troops overran the Tanintharry and Moulmein of Lower Burma.In 1826, Gayphodu, a prominent chief of Western Karenni sent an emissary contingent ledby his own son Khwee Ti down to Moulmein to establish friendship with the British.In 1852, a second Anglo-Burman war broke out and the British occupied Taungoo and there maining parts of Lower Burma. In return, Mr E. Oriley, the Taungoo Chief Commissioner, came to Kyephogyi and met with Gayphodu to affirm Britain’s friendship with Western Karenni. Gayphodu had informed the British-India viceroy to put pressure on the Burman king to recognize Karenni independence. In respond to this request, Viceroy Lord Dalhousie of British-India threw British support behind the recognition of Karenni independence and denounced Burman attacks on Karenni.Western Karenni chief, Gayphodu passed away in 1868 and his two sons, Khwee Ti andKhwee Tjar, succeeded him. Khwee Ti and Khwee Tjar kept pressure on the British-India Viceroy to press the Burman king to recognize Karenni independence.In 1875, the British-India Viceroy delegated Honorable Sir Douglas Forsyth CBKCSI to hold talks with Burman king Mindonmin to accept the Karenni's request for independence.The Burman king agreed unconditionally and recognized Karenni independence. Shortly after, an agreement of recognition the Karenni independence was signed on June 21, 1875.Sir Douglas Forsyth, CBKCSI, envoy on the part of His Excellency the Viceroy and Governor General of India, and Kinwon Mingyi, the Burman Minister of Foreign Affairs,signed and executed the following agreement:"It is hereby agreed between the British and Burmese government that the state of Western Karenni shall remain separate and independent, and that no sovereignty or governing body of any description shall be claimed or exercised over that state. Whereunto we have on this day, the 21st of June 1875, corresponding with the 3rd day of the Waning moon of Nayong, 1237 BE, affixed our seals and signature."Seal. (SD) TD Forsyth Seal. (SD) Kinwon Mingyi From then on, Burman troops ceased attacks and conflicts with Karenni and the Karenni people took into consideration to identify the date of June 21 as the Karenni National Dayin recognition of its independence.Since then, Karenni people celebrate annually the Karenni National Day come June 21 as we do today, the 136th anniversary of the Karenni National Day.

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