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Sealed deal: University of Nottingham Malaysian campus provost Christine Ennew (left) and Joseph Lim (right) exchanging the signed MoU as Masing (centre) looks on.

MoU sealed between two learning institutions

28 November 2014

KUCHING: Students of Kolej Sunway Kuching’s (KSK) Diploma in Accounting (DIA) programme will now be able to further their studies in Nottingham University Business School Year 2 undergraduates programme.

Johor Education Department director Aminudin Adam (middle) congratulating Aidit (left) and Khoo J (far right) after receiving their UPSR examination results.

Disabilities not an obstruction

28 November 2014

JOHOR BARU: Inspired by the country’s first disabled senator Prof Datuk Dr Ismail Md Salleh, Year 6 pupil Aidit Iskandar Samsir is not planning to let his disability obstruct him from achieving success.

Sealed: Prof Dr Nordin (second from right) and Prof Dr Mohammad Aslam (second from left) exchanging documents at the UTM Skudai Campus. Looking on are MUET Electric, Electronic and Computer Engineering faculty dean Prof Dr Bhawani Shankar Chowdhry (far left) and UTM Computering Faculty dean Prof Dr Aizaini Maarof (far right).

UTM signs MoU with Pakistan’s Mehran University

28 November 2014

JOHOR BARU: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Pakistan’s Mehran University of Engineering and Technology (MUET), in efforts to strengthen their relationship.

A teacher (right) guiding a group of the 60 children during the Little Gems School Holiday Sparkle camp at the learning centre in Pearl City, Simpang Ampat.  // 26 November 2014 // Pic By Muhd Alief Roslan

Inspiring children to sparkle

28 November 2014

SOME 60 children had a chance to hone their skills and express their ideas during the Little Gems School Holiday Sparkle (Sensory, Physical, Auditory, Real and Kinaesthetic Learning Experiences) camp at the learning centre in Pearl City, Simpang Ampat, Penang.

Sunway to build international school in Iskandar region

28 November 2014

NUSAJAYA: Kota Iskandar here will have an international school to cater for the community’s needs.

Proud day: Munirah with her mother and her husband Sazali Alias on her graduation day.

Munirah’s sacrifices finally pay off

28 November 2014

JOHOR BARU: She was 12 when her father died of a heart attack, pushing Munirah Mohd Sdolehuddin to help her mother run the home and take care of three younger children.

Wee: Newspapers still relevant in today’s digital world

28 November 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Print media, especially newspapers, is still relevant in today’s world of advanced information and technology, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong said.

UPSR results for English in state records significant rise

27 November 2014

KUCHING: Sarawakian students performed better in English in this year’s UPSR examination, with 75.2% scoring a minimum grade C in the subject.

Done well: Kelvin showing his UPSR results to teacher Salina. - ZULAZHAR SHEBLEE

Hearing impaired student proud of UPSR exam results

27 November 2014

KUCHING: Kelvin Chai Jiun Hau, a hearing-impaired student from Sekolah Pendidikan Khas Samarahan, was all smiles as he collected his UPSR results.

Leaks not a ‘determining factor’ in overall UPSR results, says Idris

27 November 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: The leaks in the Ujian Pen­ca­paian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) this year were not a “determining factor” in the overall results.

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