Inti invites ‘adoptees’ for campus visit

As part of its adoption responsibilities, the college recently organised a day visit to its main campus for a group of 27 Year Six pupils from SK Dato’ Ahmad Manaf, Nilai. They were accompanied by three of their teachers. 

In his welcoming speech, Dr Sia Ah Hiok, Director of Administrative Affairs, urged the pupils to work hard and stressed the importance of education. He also pointed out the consequences if they were to engage in unhealthy activities. 

Next to speak to the pupils was James Yeow from the Career & Counselling Centre. He challenged the students to adopt good reading habits, be determined and responsible. He also showed them how to prepare for examinations by sharing tips on remembering and recalling what they have studied. 

The day wasn't all about speeches though. To give them an idea what life as a college student would be like, they were taken on a tour around the campus. They visited the library and had a look at some of the multimedia projects undertaken by INTI's students before adjoining to lunch.  

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