General Sukit Khamasundara is NBTC Commissioner Acting Chairman of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission of Thailand (NBTC).
General Sukit Khamasundara has previously held prestigious positions in the Royal Thai Armed Forces, as well as involved in significant infrastructure projects in Thailand.
He was a Member of the Committee to Formulate the Policy for the Provision of Universal Basic Telecommunications Services and Social Services at National Telecommunications Commission and Advisory Board of the Management of Doctoral Philosophy Program in Political Science at Burapha University.
General Sukit Khamasundara holds the following qualifications:
Bachelor of Science Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy, Class 20, MA in Political Science (Security Resources Management), Burapha University and Joint Staff Course, Command and General Staff College.
Additionally, he has a Certificate, National Defence College of Thailand, Class 44, Professional Engineer (Civil Engineering), the Board of Control of the Professional Engineering and a Certificate, Top Executive Program, Capital Market Academy, Class 15.
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