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Recruitment drive: Lau (front row, centre) with members of the Wong Nai Siong School board of management.

Independent schools facing shortage of students

24 October 2014

SIBU: While the Chinese independent schools in Peninsular Malaysia have to reject new enrolment every year, the situation in the Sarawak is just the opposite.

Underprivileged schoolchildren get aid up to tertiary level

24 October 2014

KOTA KINABALU: Two hundred pupils from six primary schools here will be provided financial and other assistance under an adoption scheme started by Eco World Foundation, the charitable arm of property developer Eco World Development Bhd.

AUCMS students in limbo again due to quota ruling

24 October 2014

CYBERJAYA: Parents of students affected by the Allianze University College of Medical Sciences (AUCMS) financial crisis are appealing to the relevant authorities to relax the regulations for the medical course at certain private higher education institutions.

Seven new Tamil schools in Johor

23 October 2014

JOHOR BARU: Johor will get seven new Tamil schools to cater to the demand for mother tongue education especially in urban areas, says Johor MIC chief Datuk S. Balakrishnan.

English learning programme showing results

21 October 2014

KUALA TERENGGANU: The English Teaching Assistant (ETA) programme implemented in selected schools in Malaysia has made a positive impact on students, giving them confidence to use the English language.

The 'bride' and 'groom' during part of the mock wedding ceremony.

Punjabi cultural centre holds mock wedding performance

20 October 2014

It was an awakening of sorts for many who attended a special concert by the Punjabi Education Centre, Petaling Jaya (PEC, GSPJ) at Universiti Malaya’s Experimental Theatre.

Here you go: Md Jais (right) handing over a token of appreciation to national astronaut Dr Sheikh Muszaphar during the launching of the Friends of Library programme and Johor Book Expo at Plaza Angsana here on Oct 17.

Immerse yourself in the story

20 October 2014

JOHOR BARU: The state has launched a new programme called Friends of Library where participants will take part in story telling and get involved in book clubs to encourage more people to read.

Dr M: Fear of shame a driving force for success

20 October 2014

IPOH: The fear of being shamed can be a driving force for success, says Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

Teachers urged to use technology to make classes more exciting

20 October 2014

BESUT: Teachers should use technology to make classrooms more exciting for students, said Second Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh.

Aiming higher: Mohmed Asri (centre without glasses) surrounded by NS trainees giving their thumbs-up during the D-G's visit to their camp.

NS to include hard skills training

20 October 2014

SIBU: The national service training will soon include soft and hard skills, such as public speaking and electronics, in a move to prepare the trainees for the job market, says newly appointed National Service (NS) training department director-general Datuk Mohmed Asri Yusuf.

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