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From now on, it’s discount cards in place of book vouchers

22 February 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: The Govern­ment has scrapped the book voucher scheme for tertiary students as it has apparently been misused for years.

Six months for those involved in tragedy to recover, says shrink

22 February 2017

JOHOR BARU: Those involved in the recent accident that claimed the lives of eight teenagers in Johor will need at least six months of counselling to deal with their emotional scars.

Varsities to only offer requested courses

21 February 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: Applicants entering public universities will now only be offered courses that they have chosen following changes to the admissions process.

The project will accelerate grid connection for 245 rural schools while the remaining 124 will be provided with alternative off-grid solutions. — filepic

369 schools to get electricity supply

20 February 2017

KUCHING: A total of 369 rural schools currently relying on generators for power will finally be receiving electricity supply.

Wong (second from left) and Prof Mienczakowski (third from left) signing the MoU, accompanied by Prof Kuek (left) and Tisen.

Marine research efforts to include coral reefs national park

20 February 2017

MIRI: Marine research efforts in Sarawak will be stepped up as the RIMBA Sarawak project has been extended to include the Miri-Sibuti Coral Reefs National Park (MSCRNP).

The organisers and students at the launch of the Manavar Vizha at IASA Klang headquarters.

Talent competition for Indian students in Klang district

20 February 2017

A TOTAL 1,800 Indian students from 28 secondary schools in Klang district are expected to participate in the nine-day Manavar Vizha 2017 event beginning March 18, taking part in 18 types of competition ranging from dance and quiz to essay writing and sports.

Seven students to take part in global robotics contest in the United States

20 February 2017

NILAI: Seven students have been selected to represent Malaysia in the “FIRST Global Challenge” robotics competition in Washington, United States on July 16 to 18 this year.

Proud moment: Tiffanee (in blue) accepting the award on behalf of her father while International Emirates Business Group founder and president Badria Al Mulla (second from right) and others look on.

Lim Kok Wing gets honoured for his contribution to education and society

20 February 2017

LONDON: Tan Sri Lim Kok Wing has been honoured with two awards – the Global Icon for Innovation and Global Leadership for Peace and Equality – for his contributions to education and society.

More emphasis on being happy

19 February 2017

Academic success and well-being can help develop leaders of the future.

Exploring Korean teaching and learning

19 February 2017


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