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Helping Indian students: Dr Ramasamy showing the application form for the education aid.

Students to get more education aid from board

6 March 2015

THE Hindu Endowment Board (HEB) is planning to give more than RM650,000 in education aid to more Indian students in Penang this year.

Overjoyed: First-prize winners (from left) Chew, Lau, Ng, Mun and Saifudin from USM’s Team Spark.

USM architecture students grab first and second prizes in inaugural challenge

6 March 2015

Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) students grabbed the top two spots in the inaugural UDA Structura Design Challenge 2014.

New system to help students choose right varsity courses

6 March 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: In a bid to reduce the number of disgruntled school leavers who cannot get courses of their choice in local universities, the Education Ministry’s centralised university unit (UPU) has come up with a new system.

Highest award: The outside view of University College of Technology Sarawak.

UCTS gets highest rating in Green Building Index

6 March 2015

SIBU: University College of Technology Sarawak (UCTS) has become the first university in the world to be platinum-rated for the Green Building Index (GBI) award.

Mighty winners: The team from SM Lodge celebrating after they were declared champions in the Upper Secondary category.

Challenge 2015 kicks off in Ipoh

6 March 2015

PETALING JAYA: The RHB-The Star Mighty Minds Challenge 2015, which challenges students on their knowledge of current events, the ability to build an innovative model based on a theme and their creativity and oratory skills, is back for the seventh year.

App to verify identity of international students

6 March 2015

PETALING JAYA: Law enforcement officers will soon have a mobile application to validate the identities of international students and the status of their visas.

Fatimah stresses need to focus on English language

5 March 2015

KUCHING: More efforts are needed to improve the results of English language in Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) since it will be made a compulsory subject to pass in 2016.

Many to choose from: Deva with its education bureau chief M Balasubramaniam speaking at the press conference on the upcoming education fair.

MIC to organise education fair to offer options for school leavers

5 March 2015

JOHOR BARU: Students who did not perform well in their STPM and SPM examinations should not let poor results deter them from pursuing higher education.

Happy people: Students in Maktab Sultan Abu Bakar (English College), Johor Baru celebrating after receiving their STPM results on Monday.

More passes in Arts stream

5 March 2015

JOHOR BARU: The performance gap between Form Six students in the urban and rural areas are getting wider based of last years Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia results.

Why tuition centres not exempt from GST?

5 March 2015

A letter from THOMAS KOK, Ipoh

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