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More undergrads take up Tamil course

THEY speak Tamil and some even stun their teacher with beautiful handwritten essays in the language.


Promote science, urges Law

The Government wants the Institution of Engineers Malaysia (IEM) to help resolve the problem of lack of interest amongst schoolchildren in taking up science subjects.


Big on IT and broadcasting

Charting a new direction for the next 20 years, SAL College in Kuala Lumpur will broaden its focus on information technology courses to include more communication and broadcasting programmes.


Pupils learn to tackle UPSR papers

A total of 430 pupils from 14 schools in the Pengkalan Chepa area in Kelantan recently attended an interesting and useful 'techniques to answer questions' course for Bahasa Malaysia, English, Mathematics and Science for this year's UPSR examination.


Need for environmental awareness in schools

Should the Education ministry make environmental education a separate subject, just like some developed countries are doing? MNS programme officer Evelyn Lim says there is no need to do so as it is already infused into the curriculum.


Special interest group sessions

For the benefit of participants, the Malaysian English Language Teaching Association (Melta) will be introducing special interest groups on specific areas at the Seventh Biennial Melta International Conference next month.


Saleha award for Selina

HELP Institute celebrated its 15th convocation ceremony with style and grandeur recently, with 1,200 students receiving their scrolls to mark the successful completion of their studies.


Go for IT degree courses, don advises

Those interested in studying Information Technology are advised to opt for degree-level rather than diploma- or certificate-level courses. This is because the longer period spent in university will equip students with valuable skills that will qualify them for high-end positions within the industry, says Monash University Malaysia's acting head of Information Technology Associate Prof Hiew Pang Leang.


Nature's young warriors

A study in 1996 by the Department of Environment found that although 90% of Malaysian students were aware of environmental issues, only 30% were actively involved in preserving the environment.


The wisdom of reading