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Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman's (Utar) new campus at Bandar Sungai Long expects to have over 4,000 students for its January 2005 intake.
Eighteen firemen were sacked for various offences this year. They were among 32 cases out of a total of 47 that were referred to the Fire and Rescue Disciplinary Board for absenteeism, drug abuse, drug trafficking and other criminal activities.
Professional Advancement Achievement Centre (PAAC) Business Institute has been appointed the first test centre for the Global Assessment Certificate (GAC) programme in Malaysia.
Students of Garden International School (GIS) can give themselves a pat on the back. The year has seen them successfully organising a varied range of activities.
RESOURCEFUL and committed are descriptions rarely applied to youth, but for a group of students from KDU College, no other words could be more fitting.
The amount collected for the Darfur Children's Fund at Menara Star has breached the RM1mil mark.
Though they may talk in sign gestures and live in a 'silent world', many exciting things have been, and are happening, within the deaf community lately, ANTHONY THANASAYAN reports.
STUDENTS intending to pursue a diploma in Computer Information Security (CIS) should understand that this is a niche market. Many corporations are keen to hire people trained in CIS as they help a company capture, organise and utilise information effectively. It is with this in mind that the private education sector in Klang has made a bold foray into the field.