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Graduates told to keep on learning

This is only the beginning, said Tengku Putri Nor Zehan Almarhum Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah to the graduating 155 students of Prime Group of Colleges at their third convocation ceremony recently.

370 graduate at SAL's sixth convo

SAL Group of Colleges held its sixth convocation in Johor Baru recently for 370 students, most of whom graduated with Diploma in Information Technology, Diploma in Hotel Catering and Management, Diploma in Secretarialship and Administration, Certificate in Computer Systems Assistant Technician and Certificate in Computer Science.

College students irked over dress code

Public education institutions must first seek the Education Ministry's approval before imposing any dress code on its students, including what they have to wear for their convocation ceremony.

Institution retracts dress code

Politeknik Ungku Omar has retracted its notice requiring all graduating students to wear the I>songkok /I>or I>tudung /I>at their convocation on April 15.

Twinning to promote racial integration

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has called on schools with a predominant racial group of students to embark on #8220;twinning programmes#8221; with schools which have as its student majority a different racial group.

Proud day for 50 boys from Henry Gurney

A total of 50 boys from the Henry Gurney School were among the 514 graduates of Kolej Yayasan Melaka at a convocation ceremony held at the college yesterday.

Mum graduates with nursing degree at 50

Azlina Mohamed may be 50, but she is not about to retire - she just graduated with the first batch of nursing degree students from Universiti Sains Malaysia's School of Medical Sciences.

Hard work pays off for top students

It was a combination of hard work, determination and interest in their fields that enabled Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) undergraduates Norafzalina Azmee and Marwan Hadri to win the Chancellor#8217;s Award this year.

Airlines may adopt 'wait and see' stand

The war in Iraq is not expected to have a great impact on air travel in the country and major airlines are likely to adopt a #8220;wait and see#8221; policy before deciding to revise their fares due to uncertainties over the duration of the conflict.

Freedom of journalists assured

Malaysian journalists are free to report on the invasion of Iraq from various angles including those which might favour the west, Information Minister Tan Sri Khalil Yaakob said Saturday.