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All systems go: Fatimah and officials from Sabah Education Ministry, Health Department, Fire and Safety Department, Labour Department and Immigration pose for a group photo after their discussion on CLC in Sarawak.

Jakarta school gets green light

1 April 2015

KUCHING: The Indonesian government will need to comply with a set of guidelines in order to register the Community Learning Centre (CLC) in Sarawak to help the children of Indonesian foreign workers to obtain education.

Well done: (From left) Abdul Rashid congratulating Durrghashini, Sugheson and Kumuthasshri at the Penang International Airport. — Photo by GEORGE CHEAH

Penang students beat 30 teams at science competition in Beijing

1 April 2015

THREE young aspiring inventors are aiming to come up with more new inventions using recycled items after their eco-friendly thermo container bagged the first prize in the Beijing Youth Science Creation Competi-tion 2015.

Medicine still top choice despite glut

1 April 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Although there are more medical graduates than ever in the country, three top SPM scorers who each received a National Scholarship are adamant about studying medicine.

PSD extends bursary offer to excellent pre-university students

1 April 2015

PETALING JAYA: The Public Service Department (PSD) has extended its bursary offer to all students with excellent pre-university results to pursue their first degree.

The Star readers mostly from high-income group

31 March 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Forty per cent of newspaper readers with monthly household income greater than RM8,000 read The Star, according to marketing research company Nielsen.

Vidyanathan: The demand for skills training is on the rise.

Job vacancies on the rise

31 March 2015

JOHOR BARU: The number of applicants signing up for skills training at government at private institutes in the state has been on the increase, State Unity and Human Resources committee chairman R. Vidyanathan said.

Look good with a degree in hair styling and make-up

31 March 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Doing hair and make-up for a living may not sound glamorous but what if it pays well and gets you a degree?

Shortlisting of Star Education Fund candidates in progress

30 March 2015

PETALING JAYA: The shortlisting of candidates for the Star Education Fund has begun.

English level in Malaysia not that high yet, say teachers

30 March 2015

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia is still some way off before it can reach an internationally accepted level of English proficiency, according to the Malaysian English Language Teaching Association (Melta).

Looking through the gap

29 March 2015

The emerging trend of taking a year - or more! - off before going on to college or university can be an amazing adventure, as these “gappers” can attest to.

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