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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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Monday, October 31, 2011

KnNC structure



About Karenni


The Karenni are one of the ethnic groups in Burma/Myanmar. We come from the mountainous eastern part of Burma bordering Thailand. 

Burma is ruled by the Burmese military regime and regarded as one of the poorest and least developed countries in the world. We have been struggling for our freedom and rights for more than half centuries. Like other ethnic groups, we have been resisting brutal political, economic, religion and cultural suppression by the regime.  The  army  present throughout our land and controls the people through forced portering, forced labour, forced relocation, rape, looting, torture, destruction of property,  and killing.

As a result of constant abuses, thousands of Burmese people mainly ethnic groups including Karenni cross into Thailand, India, Bangladesh, and China, and become refugees in these countries. There are many more who cannot get across the borders and have become internally displaced persons (IDPs) inside Burma. Currently, there are approximately 20,000 Karenni living in Thailand as refugees.




Monday, October 10, 2011

KnNC Background

 KnCC was officially established on 24th June 2011 by   merging KnPT  and KLMC.  KnCC  aims at preparing the  students to be efficient in various professions and also equipping those who wish to continue their study with proficiency in English.
The Karenni Post Ten School (KnPT) was established by Karenni Education Department – KnED in 1995 with the aim of upgrading English language skills of Karenni high school graduates. But, since then, its curriculum has been modified in line with the adjusted objectives to satisfy the growing needs of the community due to its increasing student population. KnPT graduates have been serving their community on every corner of it. The Burma Program Education Office (BPEO) and the British embassy in Bangkok jointly funded the school in 1997. But BPEO was the program’s sole funder from 1998 up until 2006. In 2007 and 2008, Thabyay Education Network and WEAVE jointly funded the program. In 2009, Canadian Embassy Fund, and in 2010 Child’s Dream. However, later years saw inadequate education opportunities for Karenni high school graduates, in terms of intake and learning areas. Therefore, in 2003, Karenni Leadership and Management Course – KLMC was set up by Karenni Students Union and Karenni Teacher Union with the aim of training high school graduates with community management and leadership skills in order for them to be able to serve their community in CBOs, upon completion of the course. This program was first financially supported by a catholic foundation from Australia. But, from 2005 onward    still 2010, Karenni Student Development Program – KSDP was the principal funder of the program.
After 2007, despite large-scale resettlement, there is still a steady need or demand for post ten education because new arrivals are filling in the place of leaving refugees. However, the schools are facing staff shortage because of resettlement impact and discontinuity of financial support of their previous funders because of many constraints.
Therefore, in order to sustain their functioning, KnPT and KLMC have been merged, in the hope that available resources will be utilized while lifting their standard of service.

Particularly, KLMC faces discontinuity of financial support of its funder, KSDP in 2011, while KnPT has not been able to find a stable funding source. 

Grading System (for each term)

 Continue Assessment (Small Quiz)-25%
 Homework                                               -10%
 Class Participation                                    -10%
 Term Exam                                              -55%
                                 Total                           -100%
    Pass/ Fail
  • Pass mark for each subject is 50% of the given mark. Mark under 50% is considered fail.
  • If the student fails the subject, he or she has to retake the exam for the subject he/she failed.
  • Student will have another two chances to retake the exam.
  •  If the student still fails the next two exams, he or she will be considered disqualify and will be dismissed from the college. 

    Academic Calendar

    • KnCC has Two Academic Year
    • Each Academic Year comprises of Three Terms
      • First Term         - June to August
      • Second Term     - September to December
      • Third Term        - January to March

    Courses


    Compulsory Subjects
    •        General English including Grammar, Reading, writing, speaking and Listening
    •        Social Studies
    •        Mathematics – 1
    •        Basic Computer Skills 

    Major (student must choose at least one major after second semester of level one)
    •        Community Management Skills (we provide office works, Effective communication, office management, Time management, Project Management)
    •        Academic - (we provide Science , Advanced Mathematics
    •        Computing IT- (Provide Basic to Advanced level of the computing for effectively working in the CBOs.)
    Internship Program- we also equip Students internship program to be able to have practical in the work field and Camp Base Organization for three during the final semester of the Level-2)

    Optional Subjects
    •      Thai Language
    •        Burmese Language
    •        Karenni Language

    To be Graduate from this College, Student must complete or pass
    • ·         Compulsory Subjects & Elective subject(s) & finish the two academic year & have 90% attendance

    Thursday, September 15, 2011

    Optional Subjects

    - Karenni
    - Thai
    - Burmese

    Elective Subjects

    - Mathematics
    - Science
    - Management

    Activities

    - Karenni National Day
    - Karenni National Resident Day
    - Karenni Army Day
    - Karenni Martyr Day
    - King Birthday
    - Students Game
    - World Refugee Day
    - World Teacher Day

    Computer

    - Typing
    - Microsoft Office ( Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher )
    - Email/Internet  ( Research )
    - Photoshop
    - Basic installation ( Program install )

    Math

    - Basic numbering
    - GED

    Social

    - International Crisis and Conflict
    - History of Burma
    - Southeast Asia
    - Social Studies

    English subject

    - Reading
    - Writing
    - Listening
    - Speaking
    -TOEFL
    -Grammar

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