Graduates urged to make a difference


We made it: Happy faces on their big day.

SRI College recently celebrated the convocation of 121 of its graduates comprising six degree holders and 115 diploma holders at Wisma Smart Reader.

University of Hertfordshire vice-chancellor Prof Quintin McKellar, UH global director Dr Aziz Boussofiane and the university’s Partnership, Alumni & Business Development director Jean Monteiro were also present.

SRI College chief executive Datuk Seri Dr Richard Ong said the convocation ceremony was an occasion to celebrate the success and excellence of the graduates, in recognition for their hard work, dedication and perseverance.

“I strongly believe you are well-equipped to succeed in life. You may not realise this, but you are now in a position to make a difference. I urge you to fully utilise your extraordinary talents as well as the skills and knowledge that you have acquired to bring positive impact to various communities locally and globally,” he said.

Graduating at the top of her Diploma in Early Childhood Development class on the day was Kalaichelvy Krishnan. She was also named the valedictorian and received the Outstanding Achievement Award.

Chin Hsien Huey received the Outstanding Achievement Award for the bachelor of arts degree in Education Studies and Early Years.

Established in 2004, SRI College is the tertiary arm of Smart Reader Worldwide, a provider of early childhood education with more than 300 Smart Reader Kids centres nationwide and 150 on foreign shores.

The college is a strong advocator of government initiatives such as the Government Transformation Programme (GTP), the Entry Point Projects (EPPs) under the Education National Key Economic Area (NKEA) and the Malaysia Education Blueprint 2013 - 2025.

The completion of the new campus in Kepong Business Park signifies a major milestone for the college, and is well-equipped with quality teaching and learning facilities.

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