Skip to main content

Learning network technology - JICA trainees from Myanmar

KCGI and KCG will conduct a five-day training program for seven faculty members of the Yangon Computer University in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar from August 23 (Tuesday) to 27 (Saturday).

In 2006, the Information and Communication Technology Training Institute (ICTTI) was established at the Yangon Computer University with the support of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).Since then, training has been conducted to improve the technical and teaching skills of faculty members teaching at the center and to help them acquire new technology.

The content of this training is to learn the basics of how to configure web services as an elemental technology for building private cloud services.The trainees arrived at the Kyoto Ekimae School on the 23rd and toured the entrance, a valuable collection of large computers, and the hall on the 6th floor.They marveled at the University's tradition of leading computer education in the world and its excellent facilities.The first day of classes began immediately thereafter.

Since 1963, TUAT has been developing the IDCE (overseas computer education support activities) project by donating computers and providing technical support to developing countries in an effort to utilize the knowledge and technology accumulated through our history to realize our philosophy of spreading and enhancing computer education around the world.Acceptance of JICA trainees is also part of the University's international cooperation.

Faculty members of Yangon Computer University
Faculty members of Yangon Computer University who visited our university for training.(At the entrance of Kyoto Ekimae School)
Trainees looking at a large computer
Trainees look at the valuable collection of large computers.

2021年のニュース

2020年のニュース

2019年のニュース

2018年のニュース

2017年のニュース

2016年のニュース

2015年のニュース

2014年のニュース

2013年のニュース

2012年のニュース

2011年のニュース

2010年のニュース

2009年のニュース

2008年のニュース

2007年のニュース