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Promoting reading: Dr Ramasamy (in short sleeves) having a chat with author Sri Umeswaran (right, in coat) during the distribution of the books to Tamil schools in Penang.

Book on environment for Tamil schools

28 May 2015

TWENTY-EIGHT Tamil schools in Penang were given copies of a book in Tamil entitled ‘Love The Environment’.

Warm farewell: Students and teachers bidding goodbye to Veerasamy as he takes a ride on a decorated four-wheel drive during the retirement ceremony held at the school on Thursday.

Endless love for school

28 May 2015

SJK(T) Permatang Tinggi’s headmaster A. Veerasamy was given a warm and emotional send-off in a decorated four-wheel drive on his retirement day.

Wooing talent abroad with high speed rail

25 May 2015

TOKYO: Projects like the High Speed Rail between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore will create job opportunities that can attract Malaysian talent from abroad to return home.

Earn and learn

24 May 2015

SCHOOL leavers with SPM, STPM or equivalent qualifications can sign up for a German Dual Vocational Training.

SK Tasik Chini’s meteoric rise

24 May 2015

The school’s location may be near the mythical Lake Chini, but how it has managed to achieve so much in such a short span of time is no mystery. StarEducate visits the school to take a look at what went into its exemplary performance.

Briefly

24 May 2015

English conference

Majestic: The Far, Far Away Castle from the Shrek movies at Universal Studios Singapore. - File photo

‛Hollywood’ here we come!

24 May 2015

A taste of the ‘entertainment universe’ and the famed night safari across the causeway, are but some of the attractions that await the grand prize team in the primary school category.

Man with a plan: Dr Zulkurnain says the university also plans to institute a continuous programme of structured internships which will enableits students to interact and network with potential employees.

Quality education, the focus

24 May 2015

REVAMPING a university is hard work, but a local private higher education institution here is taking on the challenge.

Handy approach: The campaign aims to match the palm selfies of the students with that of the donors.

Selfies for a good cause

24 May 2015

MALAYSIAN celebrities such as model Amber Chia, actress Lisa Surihani, television host Daphne Iking and even Second Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh are jumping on the selfie bandwagon.

Beaming: Armed with a diploma now, Faizur Rahman is all smiles. He has no regrets over the hardships he faced in the last few years.

From cook to top student

24 May 2015

HE spent many nights poring over course notes behind the cashier’s counter of a petrol station.

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