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Govt urged to enhance tertiary education programmes

PETALING JAYA: Important education programmes such as artificial intelligence, computer engineering and big data should be heavily subsidised by the Govern­ment to help bring Malaysia closer to being a developed nation, says prominent educationist Prof Datuk Dr Paul Chan.

Journalists in the making

Students learn the basics of journalism, video journalism and photography at a BRATs camp.

A group photo of the teenagers who took part in the BRATs camp last March.

To teachers with love

Students past and present pay tribute to the teachers who continue to inspire them in so many ways.

School gets certification

GARDEN International School (GIS) has been awarded certification for Autodesk Authorised Academic Partner.

The delegates observe a Design and Technology lesson during the school tour.

Space to learn, talk and share

NiE meets the growing emphasis of teaching, collaboration, creativity, and critical problem solving.

Banu (standing, left) shares one of the NiE activities the teachers put together during the workshops.

Rasmira represents Malaysia in London

RASMIRA Thiagarajan has won the English Speaking Union (ESU) Public Speaking Competition.

(Fourth and fifth from left) One for the album as Tunku Dara and Rasmira pose with the rest of the top finalists.

Choral speaking champs

SEKOLAH Sultan Alam Shah have been named the champions of Choral Speaking 2018.

The Sekolah Sultan Alam Shah team are the choral speaking champs.

Students break new ground

FOR young playwrights and theatrical directors with a strict budget, it is often a daunting idea to incorporate technology such as live-streaming webcams as a mean to progress the plot of their show in front of a live audience.

(From left) Muhammad Imran, Raihanah Arifah Mohammad, Nurul Nadhirah Roslan and Muhammad Zahfiq Mohamad Zaihan Pang are the main actors.

Showcase of global cultures

DIVERSITY is Limkokwing University of Creative Technology’s strength. This was celebrated at its recently concluded annual International Cultural Festival.

Limkokwing University of Creative Technology celebrates its annual International Cultural Festival, with students from 110 countries taking part.

Using design thinking to solve problems

TWO hundred undergraduate students from INTI International University (IIU) in Nilai took part in the campus’ first design thinking programme.