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Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) chairman Datuk V. Danapalan is retiring from his job today. And sources said Datuk Dr Halim Shafie, the former secretary-general of Energy, Water and Communications Ministry, may to get the job.
Sarawak, still lagging behind in telephone line and Internet access, hopes to achieve an average penetration rate of 26% and 25% respectively, in urban areas by 2010.
THE National Reading Month this July will target the rural community, said education director-general Datuk Dr Ahamad Sipon.
More than 200 rural libraries and clinics nationwide now have information technology (IT) facilities and Internet connection with the completion of the second phase of an Energy, Water and Communications Ministry project.
The industrial training component, incorporated in Utar#146;s degree programmes, enables students to discover and familiarise themselves with the industry of their discipline, and to observe real life practices. It also provides students with opportunities to interact and network with professionals within the industry.
Surpassing all expectations, the Maxis-Star Cyberlinq Web Community Service competition ended with a flourish during the Cyberlinq Carnival held at Dataran Ipoh last week.
That was the philosophy which netted 10 enterprising students from SMK King George V, Negri Sembilan the top prize in the lower secondary category of the Maxis-Star Cyberlinq Web-Community Service competition.
Maxis Communications Bhd has earmarked up to RM300mil to be contributed to the national Universal Service Provision (USP) programme this year, chief executive officer Datuk Jamaludin Ibrahim said.
Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) chairman Datuk V. Danapalan gives a rare interview to Starbiz assistant news editor B.K. Sidhu on the concerns of the industry players.
INDUSTRY players are of the view that the government's push for nationwide cellular coverage is unnecessary because it would involve huge investments, is uneconomical as 50% of the areas to be covered are remote, and there is already a viable wireless technology that could provide such extensive coverage.