Students jump for joy at Govt’s latest good news

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  • Saturday, 09 Apr 2016

No more sleepless nights: Xian Li scrolling though the Education Ministry website, anxiously waiting for the bursary programme to be opened for registration.

PETALING JAYA: Just a few days ago, SPM top scorer Zati Hanani Mohd Razib wondered if her years of hard work towards scoring 9A+ was a mere waste of time because her intention of using her stellar grades to get a scho­larship seemed so distant.

This followed an announcement on Tuesday that the 700-odd bright ones will have to fight hard for the limited 250 scholarships offered by the Education Ministry.

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