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SEEN-UP, announced "No Gift Policy" for the organization.

University of Phayao
On February 21, 2024., Assoc. Prof. Dr. Torpong Kreetachat, the Dean of the School of Energy and Environment (SEEN), issued a policy and outlined the implementation guidelines for the "No Gift Policy" at SEEN, University of Phayao (UP). This initiative aims to promote ethics and morality among the personnel for the organization. Additionally, Asst. Prof. Dr. Anusorn Boonpoke, Deputy Dean of Administration and Strategy, has been assigned to oversee and guide the implementation of the "No Gift Policy," as detailed below.

1. The management of the internal units within the SEEN is required to collectively express commitment and declare themselves as organizations where all executives and personnel within the unit shall not give or receive any gifts or rewards of any kind in the performance of their duties (No Gift Policy) for the fiscal year 2024. Additionally, the management of the unit is tasked with guiding and ensuring strict adherence to this policy by monitoring all personnel levels within their jurisdiction.
2. To convey and disseminate the guidelines for driving the country's reform plan in the prevention and suppression of corruption and misconduct, and to announce the No Gift Policy in the performance of duties for the fiscal year 2024. according to the guidelines of Office of the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC), fostering knowledge and understanding of the aforementioned policy among all levels of personnel at UP widely.
3. Aim to enhance the culture of ethics, morality, and transparency within the organization for students and staff consistently. Additionally, promote the establishment of a culture following the No Gift Policy in the performance of duties by UP urging university personnel to adhere strictly to the policy. Furthermore, encourage all university personnel at every level to have a conscientious attitude in refusing gifts and rewards of any kind in the course of duty to prevent or minimize the opportunities for receiving various forms of overlapping benefits. This includes not consenting to, condoning, collaborating, or supporting any form of corruption and misconduct by university personnel, and being steadfast in rejecting such behaviors.
4. Enhance knowledge and understanding of reporting results in accordance with the gift and reward reporting guidelines as per the No Gift Policy in the performance of duties at UP for the fiscal year 2024. This should be extended to all units within the organization, allowing personnel of UP to apply the knowledge gained from training as a proper and suitable guide in their work, within the frameworks outlined by the university and NACC.


Dr. Somanat Somprasert, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Quality Assurance, and Dr. Surat Sedpho, Associate Dean for Student Development, oversee the promotion of ethics and morality among the personnel of the SEEN. This is done in accordance with the principles and key provisions of the Ethics Standard Act of 2019, the mechanism for driving ethical standards, and the compilation of ethics of UP in 2021. This includes criteria for the ethical conduct of personnel within the SEEN, as detailed below.

1. Publishing Guidelines for Ethical Conduct Dos & Don'ts at UP to enhance understanding and reduce confusion among university staff regarding gray-area behaviors, which serve as appropriate guidelines for ethical conduct.
2. Enhance knowledge and understanding of the principles and key provisions outlined in the NACC's announcement regarding criteria for receiving assets or other benefits in a just and ethical manner by government officials, dated 2020. This announcement aligns with the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand, BE 2560 (2017), Article 76; the Standards of Ethical Conduct Act of 2019, Article 5; the Prime Minister's Office Regulation on the Giving and Receiving of Gifts by State Officials, BE 2544 (2001); and the Prime Minister's Office Regulation on the solicit contributions of Government Agencies, BE 2544 (2001), as amended.
3. Integrate information on the ethical standards and morality of personnel at UP, aligning with the principles and key provisions of the Ethics Standard Act of 2019, the mechanism for driving ethical standards, and the compilation of ethics of UP in 2021. This includes criteria for the ethical conduct of university staff, and participants in the program can use the knowledge gained from training as a proper and suitable guide in their work.


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