Free training for rural youth

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  • Sunday, 23 May 2004

JOINT EFFORT: Dr Abdullah (left) handing over a mock cheque to Sungai Besar Umno division education panel chairmanDatuk Sumadi Ismail during the launch of the programme in Sabak Bernam on Friday. With them are (from second left)Dr Khir, Selangor Education Department official Bajuri Abdullah, SEG International president Datuk Seri Dr Patrick TeohSeng Foo and SEG International CEO Clement Hii Chii Kok.

SABAK BERNAM: School-leavers from rural areas can now attend free training on basic skills under the Mutiara Selangor Bistari Programme at their own hometowns. 

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