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ipatu220815 7... UTAR president Datuk Dr Chuah Hean Teik (centre) entering the Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik Grand Hall with UTAR Education Foundation Board of Trustees chairman Tan Sri Dr Sak Cheng Lum (Dr Chuahs back) and UTAR council chairman Dr Ling (far left) during UTARs 21st convocation ceremony at the Kampar campus on Aug 22.

UTAR students graduate from several new programmes

29 August 2015

BEING the only student in Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman’s Bachelor of Nursing course, 24-year-old Tu Jeck Ming was undaunted in pursuing his passion alone.

Standing tall: Students from SK Model K9 in Long Bedian in ulu Baram, northern Sarawak, posing with facilitators of a ICT project recently. – Photo courtesy of Curtin Sarawak

Interior students spring ‘fast’ surprise

29 August 2015

MIRI: Rural students in deep interior schools in Sarawak have the ability to learn ICT skills very fast as was seen during a recent pro-ject organised by TechMentor Sarawak.

No worries for Mara students

29 August 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Mara will not reduce its quota for students studying abroad and the amount of sponsorship despite the sliding ringgit.

Student does nation proud at camp

29 August 2015

KANGAR: A Malaysian student did the country proud when her group was recognised as the best at the Novartis International Biotechno­logy Leadership Camp 2015 in Basel, Switzerland.

So thankful: Riot (third from left) presenting a certificate to conference speaker Concetta Fonzo, a research project manager of Skills Factory in Italy.

Skills training needs upgrade

28 August 2015

KUCHING: The World Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) conference 2015 has given the delegates an important message to narrow or close the big gap on development between developing and developed countries.

Proud moment: Star Media Group Berhad advertising and business development general manager Chua Chee Beng (left) and The Star Online journalist Victoria Brown holding the two awards at the Spark Awards 2015 in Singapore.

The Star wins two Spark awards

28 August 2015

SINGAPORE: The Star has once again proven to be among the best media groups in the region after winning two spots at this year’s Spark Awards.

Young Sarawakians encouraged to apply for Chevening scholarship

27 August 2015

KUCHING: Sarawakians are highly encouraged to apply for the Chevening scholarship to study for their Master’s degree in the UK.

1 International participants receiving a  briefing at the Department of Skills development booth at BCCK.2 An exhibitor showing his skills of food carving.3 Culinary schools is a hot commodity in TVET.4 A delectable display of Yahos School of Skills at the exhibition at BCCK.5 Participants writing down their dreams for the future at the Department of Skills development booths.

Adenan: More students and parents see value in technical vocational education

27 August 2015

KUCHING: Sarawak must increase three-fold in technical vocational education and training (TVET) enrolment to meet the nation’s needs.

Providing all the right SPM moves

27 August 2015

MOST SPM students understand their subjects, but at times they fail to apply the right method on paper.

Stay away from rally, university students told

27 August 2015

ARAU: University students found participating in the Bersih 4 illegal assembly are liable to face disciplinary action, in accordance with the university act and procedures.

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