THIS is only the beginning, said Tengku Putri Nor Zehan Almarhum Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah to the graduating 155 students of Prime Group of Colleges at their third convocation ceremony recently.
“This is not the end of your studies because the learning process is a lifelong process. You will not only be judged on what you have learnt but also how you can put these skills to practical use to help our young generation grow and prosper” said the guest-of-honour, adding that graduates should always keep abreast with the latest knowledge in their fields of study.
A total of 101 students from Summit International College received their diplomas in Montessori Childhood Education, while 54 from MSC International College received their diplomas in various creative courses including Industrial Design, Interior Design, Performing Arts and Animation.
Prime acting chief executive Vijendram Arulrajah said the revolution and explosion of art, technology and knowledge of this century has spurred MSC International College to set the goal of nurturing the “creative minds of our young people to meet the creative challenges of the modern world.”
At Summit, teachers and future teachers are groomed “ to serve the young children of our nation, and help them achieve their full potential” through the Montessori childhood education system.
At the graduation ceremony, outstanding students were given awards for their academic achievements. The Best Overall Student Award for Diploma in Montessori Early Childhood Education went to accountant Karen Loo Soo Lan. Two scholarships for Montessori Early Childhood Education were presented to Lions Club Kuala Lumpur Central president Cassie Lim. They will be given to deserving students from welfare homes.
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