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Teo: Stop politicising the UEC matter

THE Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) is just another option for students to take as part of their qualifications and its recognition should not be politicised, says the Deputy Education Minister.

Rapid calculation method helps kids to improve maths skills

KUALA LUMPUR: It is not simply by chance that the Chinese are strong in mathematics.

Leadership needed in UEC recognition

Comment - By HO WAH FOON
THE current hot debate on whether the Education Ministry should grant official recognition to the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) is not only getting toxic, but is threatening to turn racist.

Practical and fun learning

NiE workshops in Johor sponsored by a conglomerate opens door to endless teaching possibilities with the newspaper.

One for the album as Kumaran (holding board) and the English teachers mark their participation at an NiE workshop held at SK Taman Megah Ria, Johor.

Thrills, spills and plenty of action

Eight worthy winners of a nationwide contest journeyed up 6,000 feet above sea level for a rewarding highland holiday.

(From left) One for the album as Abram, Wei Jack, Alanna, Nur Shahirah, Wai See, Zhi Ling, Jasvina and Nur Denneia mark their win with two of the main characters from The Smurfs Live on Stage musical.

Grads all set to take on the world

BE proactive and befriend those who will be able to guide you. This is Rovate Linggie Anak Kalong’s mantra to success.

MSU graduates marking the special occasion with a wefie with Prof Mohd Shukri.

Investing for a better tomorrow

MAH Sing Foundation, the charity arm of Mah Sing Group, recently donated a total of RM205,200 to 80 students from two education institutes, namely Ruth Education Centre (REC) and SMK Ungku Aziz to aid their cause for the betterment of education through technology.

(Back row, fourth and fifth from left) Syed Norulzaman and Moey pose for a group picture after the presentation of a mock checque to set up the computer lab for refugee children.

Partnership on sports, studies

LIMKOKWING University of Creative Technology will work with the Anderson School Old Boys Association (Asoba) to develop sports and academics in Malaysia.

(From left) Raja Aznil, Abd Aziz, Ahmad Sarji, Lim and Abdul Azim during a meeting to discuss a collaboration between the university and Asoba.

Voice behind Upin & Ipin enrols for varsity

ASYIELA Putri Azhar who has been the voice behind the animated characters Upin and Ipin for the past few years, has registered as a new student at Multimedia University (MMU).

Asyiela (middle) with Adam Muqrish (right) are discussing the registration process while another student Nuhasakinah Saiful Bahrin looks on at the Cyberjaya campus.

Platform to exchange study materials

THE emerged as the winning team in the first OSKVI-HELP Ideation Competition, beating theother shortlisted six contenders.

Ten (left) and Moo made up the team with their winning idea.