MMC ramps up its facilities

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  • Saturday, 03 Nov 2012

Friendly chat: Halim (centre) speaking to (from left) Perwira K9 member Ahmad Daniel @ Kerp Sharani, Sequerah, Ras Adiba and Khaneeza.

KUALA LUMPUR: Telekom Malaysia's Multimedia College (MMC) has built ramps and dormitory rooms for their disabled students to help make their studying environment more comfortable.

TM chairman Datuk Seri Dr Halim Shafie, who launched the facilities yesterday, said they wanted to ensure that the needs of their special students were taken care of.

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