Reading skills improved

The pupils demonstrate their reading capabilities with the help of a teacher during the graduation ceremony.

PUPILS from SK Kg. Kenang, Sungai Siput, Perak have been given the chance for a better future with the JomBaca Programme.

Organised by iSINA Global Media (iSINA) and sponsored by Putrajaya Perdana Berhad, the JomBaca programme is an educational-based programme.

Teachers from iSINA conducted a 20-day intensive reading programe to help the pupils improve their reading standards.

Lintang assemblyman Datuk Mohd Zolkafly Harun officiated at the SK Kg. Kenang JomBaca graduation ceremony.

Also present were Perak education department academic management sector head Rahimah Mohamed,

Kuala Kangsar district education department academic management unit head Azmin Ariffin as well as SK Kg. Kenang headmaster Mohamad Ridzuan Hasnan.

The JomBaca programme has been conducted more than 40 times over the last 12 years at various locations, with more than 3,000 pupils. 

About Putrajaya Perdana Berhad

Putrajaya Perdana Berhad (PPB) is one of Malaysia’s top construction, property development and concession groups. PPB has successfully delivered many distinctive and large scale projects on a turnkey, conventional and design and build basis.

PPB has built a wide range of buildings and distinctive landmarks. These include high-rise office and residential buildings, commercial and retail outlets, government offices, townships, and infrastructure projects such as highways, bridges, utility service tunnels and monorail tunnels, among others. The Company is also one of the first to incorporate energy efficiency, green and sustainability features in the buildings it constructs, making it one of Malaysia’s most innovative and reliable construction groups.

Putra Perdana Construction (PPC), its construction arm has built several distinguished projects including the Pavillion KL, KL Eco City, Serai Condominium Bukit Bandaraya in Bangsar and Arcadia at Desa Park City, as well as infrastructure projects such as the PAMER (Projek Air Mentah RAPID) for PETRONAS in Pengerang, Johor.

PPC’s landmark green projects include the Diamond Building for the Energy Commission, the Low Energy Office (“LEO”) Building for the Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water as well as the Green Energy Office Building (“GEO”) for National Green Energy Centre all of which received recognition from reputable green building rating systems in the world such as LEED from US, Malaysia’s Green Building Index (GBI) and the Greenmark seal from Singapore.

Putra Perdana Development (PPD), its property development arm, has to date built and handed over 1,000 units of residential properties ranging from government apartments, semi-detached houses, super-link houses, townhouses and bungalows.

PPB was awarded the HR Asia Best Companies to Work For In Asia Award 2017. This award pays homage to world class corporations with high levels of employee engagement and excellent workplace cultures. PPB also won the Best in CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) – Gold Award (above RM25 million turnover) at the Star Outstanding Business Awards (SOBA) 2017. The Best in CSR Award is one of the Top of the Class Awards and is awarded to local enterprises that are strong in CSR and allocates resources to serve the community

PPB is headquartered in Precinct 16, Putrajaya.

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