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RM44bil in government scholarship given out under Najib's leadership

Higher education students can apply for government scholarship for pre-university, degree and postgraduate programmes.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak with Mara students at an event in Parit, Perak, last year. Under Budget 2018, the Government allocated a scholarship fund of RM2.5bil to Mara. –Photo by Bernama

LBS Bina Group steps up yet again

PETALING JAYA: As a businessman leading a property development company, Tan Sri Lim Hock San knows very well that he has to master English and Chinese in order to excel in his industry.

Nurturing the young: Lim (sixth from left) presenting the mock cheque to Goh (on Lim’s left) at SJK (C) Tun Tan Siew Sin. With them are Lim’s wife Karen (fifth from left), Chye Hoon (sixth from right), teachers and pupils with their copies of Step Up.

VTAR Institute announces new courses at its first open day

TO WELCOME the new batch of April and July intake students, MCA’s VTAR Institute organised its first open day at its campus in Taman Bunga Raya, Kuala Lumpur.

Tan (centre) giving Yew (second from right) a campus tour during the open day at VTAR Institute.

Scholarship success stories

Beyond financial aid, Gamuda develops young talents and high potential employees.

(From left) Muhammad Musaddiq, Tiew, Puganesan shared their experiences of being Gamuda scholarship recipients.

DPM: Juvenile prisoners doing well in studies

TAPAH: The improvement in academic performance among young and juvenile offenders in prison has proven that prison is not about punish­ment but a place where they get a second chance at improving themselves, especially in education, says Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

He’s the man: Barisan members taking a wefie with Dr Ahmad Zahid at the Umno headquarters in Tapah. — Bernama

Turn real life into reel life

CALLING all secondary school students! Want to win an all-expenses-paid trip to South Korea or Resorts World Genting? Take part in Star-NiE’s Star Flicks movie poster contest this year.

Training to be certified bakers

AEON Co. (M) Bhd has introduced the AEON Bakery School programme.

Nidzam and Washizawa on a tour of the AEON Bakery School.

Scholarships for foundation courses

DRB-Hicom University of Automotive Malaysia (DHU), is offering 200 full tuition fee scholarships worth over RM2mil for two foundation programmes - Foundation in Engineering and Foundation in Business Management.

Prof Omar believes that the technology progression will be a game changer in the future.

News for kids by kids

Scholastic seeks students to represent Asia in award-winning international editorial team.

Kid Reporter Adedayo Perkovich interviewing actress Whoopi Goldberg, with musicians Steve Van Zandt and Dave Grohl in New York City.

Learning in line with interests

SCHOOL-leavers who enrol in Taylor’s University will now have the liberty to customise a curriculum that would suit their interests and goals in life.

Idris and Prof Pradeep (right) give a thumbs up at the launch of the Taylor’s Curriculum Framework.

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