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Everyone’s a winner: Muhyiddin (second row, third from right) with the receipients of the ITEX awards in Kuala Lumpur.

DPM: Creativity and strength the way forward

23 May 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: A forward-thinking nation must be well-governed and strong in science and technology, said Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

Fun to ready together: The public can now borrow up to 15 books at a time compared to only eight books previously at all public libraries.

New move to encourage reading

23 May 2015

JOHOR BARU: Hasmen Romi, a 12-year-old orang seletar says nothing beats reading books as it is good way to broaden his knowledge.

Mutual benefit: Lim feels that Malaysians should help foreign students as the foreigners make the best ambassadors.

‘Help foreign students feel at home’

23 May 2015

CYBERJAYA: Foreign students make the best ambassadors for Malaysia when they return to their countries.

Work together more, public and private institutes urged

23 May 2015

PETALING JAYA: Under the 11th Malaysia Plan, 60% of the 1.5 million jobs to be created will require technical and vocational education and training.

Let teachers teach but ensure they are well-compensated

23 May 2015

PETALING JAYA: Increasing teachers’ salaries and ensuring that they have more time to focus in the classroom are ways to improve the quality of education in Malaysia.

Big plans ahead: Muhyiddin (centre) being briefed by Education Ministry chief secretary II Datuk Seri Ir Dr Zaini Ujang (on Muhyiddin’s left) on the PHEH project during the MoU ceremony in Pagoh.

Pagoh hub on the fast track

21 May 2015

PAGOH: Phase one of the RM1bil Pagoh Higher Education Hub (PHEH) in northern Johor is expected to be completed almost a year ahead of schedule, with over 25,000 job opportunities to be created.

For the children: Muhyiddin sharing a light moment with some pupils after launching the Sustainable and Responsible Sukuk Investment programme at SK Sultan Hishamuddin Alam Shah in Kuala Lumpur.

Age of youths to be redefined

19 May 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: The Government has agreed to redefine the age of youths to between 15 and 30 years old.

Eureka: The participants beaming with joy after they correctly answered multiple choice questions during the competition held in Petaling Jaya.

Two schools become champs despite lack of practice

18 May 2015

PETALING JAYA: It is the exam season but that did not deter SMK Seskyen 9 Shah Alam from taking part – and winning – the RHB-The Star Mighty Minds National Challenge 2015 at the Selangor state level.

Honouring teachers: Award recipients posing with VIPs during the National Teachers’ Day celebration held in Alor Setar.

An app-y evening for teachers

18 May 2015

SOME 1,200 teachers and others in the education sector spent a memorable evening at Alora Hotel in Alor Setar in conjunction with the National Teachers’ Day celebration.

Overcrowded: The SJK(T) Rawang school has a full capacity of 1,200 students.

Two-hectare land identified for Tamil school

18 May 2015

THE SJK(T) Kota Emerald Task Force has identified a two-hectare land, under the Education Ministry, in Kota Emerald for the school.

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