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Giving more ‘bite’ to executives

A programme in Austria teaches managers the ropes of exploring and engaging with animals, which will help them handle people and situations better in the real world.

The Wolves playing at the centre which researches the behaviour and cognition of both wolves and dogs. – AFP

Need for tough action to help delinquents

THE Education Ministry recently stated that 400 schools were identified for having disciplinary issues. Students at these schools are involved in gangsterism, drug abuse and bullying.

Bullying is one of many behavioural issues that needs to be addressed in schools. – File photo

Riding the wave of change

From taking the plunge into padi fields to immersing in big data, Deputy Education Minister Datuk Chong Sin Woon advises young people to brave the ‘new normal’.

New energy: Chong (left) with China’s Vice-Education Minister Tian XueJun in Guizhou recently.

Teaching educators about healthy eating

TEACHERS need to be taught about healthy eating to prepare them in the fight against junk food, says the Association of School Canteen Operators Malaysia (Ascom).

Huee explaining the importance of consuming nutritious food and drinks to pupils of SJK(C) Kheng Chee Puchong.

Chong: Preserve culture and forge better ties

TIME-honoured traditional and cultural festivals preserve customs as well as enable understanding and integration. They also promote positive values in all levels of society, said MCA youth chief Datuk Chong Sin Woon.

The efforts of the younger generation is what keeps Malaysia’s unique culture and tradition alive, says Chong.

UPSR to go on as scheduled despite floods

PUTRAJAYA: Rain or shine, the Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) will go on.

Video of bully incident is actually from 2014

PETALING JAYA: The video of a primary school student being bullied by a group of students was taken three years ago in Kedah and the case had been dealt with, Deputy Education Minister Datuk P. Kamalanathan said.

Two hundred students form the number ‘60’ to celebrate love for Malaysia

PETALING JAYA: More than 200 pupils from SK Puchong Perdana stood under the hot sun to form the digits “60” and spell out “Malaysia” while being photographed by a drone above them.

Unflagging patriotism: SK Puchong Perdana teachers and pupils waving the flag while in formation of ‘60’ and ‘Malaysia’.

Students take part in talk and prayer sessions to prepare for exams

A TOTAL of 500 students took part in a motivational talk during the fifth Rawang Kalvi Yaathirai education pilgrimage at the Taman Muhibbah Sri Mariamman Temple in Rawang.

Ranking will drive us to work harder, says UTAR

PETALING JAYA: Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) says it has accomplished its mission by being listed in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2018 Top 1,000 list.

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