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Dr Mohd Shukri (standing, centre) and Nurasyikin (on his right) celebrating the achievement with MSU students.

A healthy record for university

29 April 2017

MANAGEMENT and Science University (MSU) in Section 13, Shah Alam has set a new standard in the Malaysia Book of Records for the largest simultaneous participation in a 24-hour health screening session.

Girl’s path to scholarship not as straight as her As

29 April 2017

IPOH: Teh Xin Yi’s (pic) efforts to excel in her SPM examinations paid off with 11A+ but her joy may be shortlived. Her dream to study electronics engineering in Germany may be dashed if she fails to get a scholarship.

Lim honoured for his contributions in education

29 April 2017

CYBERJAYA: Limkokwing University of Creative Technology president and founder Tan Sri Lim Kok Wing has been honoured for his contributions to Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET).

Dressing down: The 12-year-old girl wearing the dress that was apparently found to be ‘improper’.

Chess girl ‘checkmated’ for her dress

29 April 2017

PETALING JAYA: A 12-year-old’s dress was deemed “seductive” and “a temptation from a certain angle far, far away”, and so she was forced to withdraw from a chess championship in Putrajaya.

Important contribution: Wong (second from left) presenting a mock cheque to Lee. Also present (from left) are the fund’s treasurer Datuk Wee Yaw Hin, Dr Ngau, committee member Datuk Sebastian Ting and secretary Chiew Chung Lee.
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Flood-affected kids get help

28 April 2017

PETALING JAYA: A charity golf tournament for the Rural Kids Education Fund has raised RM1.23mil to help flood-affected students in interior Sarawak.

32 new pharmacists find themselves without provisional licence to work

26 April 2017

PETALING JAYA: Thirty-two new pharmacy graduates from a university in the Klang Valley either cannot get a job in their field or continue working as pharmacists.

‘Varsity failed to follow accreditation process’

26 April 2017

PETALING JAYA: The university whose pharmacy graduates have not been able to get provisional licence to practise had missed one monitoring visit and failed to submit documents for full accreditation for the course for final audit in time for students’ graduation.

Graduates tossing their mortar boards up in the air.

Ready for new challenges

24 April 2017

MIRI: Another batch of proud graduates from Curtin University Malaysia are ready to enter the workforce with the conclusion of the university’s graduation ceremony for classes of 2016 on Saturday.

Proud moment: HELP University Chancellor Datuk Paul Leong (left) presenting Khaled with an Honorary PhD in Economics during the convocation ceremony at a hotel in Kuala Lumpur.
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‘New bipartisan spirit needed to boost growth’

24 April 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin said “a new bipartisan spirit” is needed to promote inclusive growth as a foundation for an affluent Malaysia.

Re-establish English-medium government schools in Sabah, says Rahman

23 April 2017

KOTA BELUD: Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Abdul Rahman Dahlan has proposed that English-medium government schools in Sabah be re-esta­blished in an effort to improve the language proficiency of students in the state.

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