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Published: Friday December 27, 2013 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Friday December 27, 2013 MYT 1:02:32 PM

RMC seniors graduate

Final inspection: Kol Wan Ghazali looks on from an army four-wheel drive vehicle during the RMC student’s passing out parade in Sungai Besi.

Final inspection: Kol Wan Ghazali looks on from an army four-wheel drive vehicle during the RMC student’s passing out parade in Sungai Besi.

After two years of studies and military training, the Form Five seniors of the Royal Military College (RMC) put their best foot forward as they marched towards graduation.

Hundreds of proud parents turned up at the school to witness the passing out parade ceremony held at the parade square in RMC, Sungai Besi recently.

Defence Ministry secretary-general Datuk Seri Dr Ismail Ahmad was the guest of honour. He inspected the guard of honour accompanied by RMC Commandant Kol Wan Ghazali Wan Din.

Eight youths, who had shown excellence in their studies, co-corriculum and military training, were among those honoured for their achievements.

PIBG(2) Award receipient Lau Wen John receiving his prize from secretary general of defence ministry Dato' Sri Dr. Haji Ismail Bini Haji Ahmad while RMC commandant Col Wan Ghazali Bin Wan Din looks on.
Congratulations: PIBG (2) Award recipient Lau Wen John receiving his prize from Ismail while RMC commandant Kol Wan Ghazali looks on.

They were Muhammad Yassir Hakimi (Defence Minister award); Muhammad Firdaus Abdul Razak (RMC Commandant), Low Chern Wey (RMC Education director) and Ahmad Imram Hakimi Nadzar (RMC Board of Administration).

The others were Abdul Hariz Abdul Majid (RMC Old Boys 1); Gunalan Subramaniam (RMC Old Boys 2), Abdul Halim Abdul Rahim (RMC PTA 1) and Lau Wen John (RMC PTA 2).

Muhammad Yassir, 17, said: “RMC has transformed me from a village boy to a gentleman with great leadership skills.

“The training had been tough, but meaningful for my personal development.”

He plans to pursue a degree in medicine and later specialise in psychiatric studies.

Tags / Keywords: Central Region, rmc, sg besi

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