Recent and archived articles by Luwita Hana Randhawa
GOING back to books after more than a decade, wasn’t easy for Gengammal Copalakrishnan. She was keen to move up the career ladder and in order to do so, she needed to pursue higher studies, but the 32-year-old was initially nervous.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian students in Sydney have been warned to stay away from central Sydney following the siege of the Lindt Chocolat Cafe by a gunman.
KUALA LUMPUR: The move to have Jawi script alongside romanised Malay letterings on signboards at all institutes of higher learning and schools in Malacca is in the spirit of upholding Malay as the national language, said Deputy Education Minister P. Kamalanathan.
An initiative to develop critical thinking is what a group hopes to achieve among its varsity peers.
TWENTY-THREE-YEAR-OLD Jayashini Vasanthan was keen on an overseas trip with her friends.
IN today’s social media-driven world, a lot of us receive news via our Facebook newsfeed.
STUDENTS wanting to build character excellence can now find themselves a how-to guide in a new book written by a local author.
The work of three Malaysians, in advancing ideas and innovations in their respective fields of science, has been highly cited globally and earned them honour.
SEGi University Group (SEGi) has been appointed as the exclusive education partner for the Women Extraordinaire Foundation (WEFO), a group that aims to empower women of the future.
A NEW RM2.9mil building is in store for SJK (T) Ladang West Country (Barat).