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ALL mothers will do their best for their children. Jumiati Masud, 53, proved that it was not mere lip service when she ferried her eldest child on a 50km journey across the Penang Bridge by motorcycle to begin his varsity life in the rain – bags and all.
PETALING JAYA: The late announcement ordering higher education institutions (HEIs) to carry out online registration and teaching and learning activities, will impact the enrolment plan of these institutions, affecting both students and the financial sustainability of the entities, said National Association of Private Educational Institutions president Elajsolan Mohan.
PETALING JAYA: The Higher Education Ministry has dispelled comparison between movement of students in schools and universities, following an outcry over the government’s sudden call for universities to register their students online.
PETALING JAYA: As more Covid-19 cases are recorded, higher education institutions have been told to carry out online registration for the new semester.
PUTRAJAYA: The government is implementing a worker redeployment initiative to reduce job losses due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: With Saudi Arabia’s cap of 10,000 pilgrims for haj this year, tenant affairs specialist Norani Nordin is one of the lucky eight Malaysians residing in Saudi Arabia who were accepted to perform their pilgrimage.
KOTA KINABALU: KKIP Aerospace Sdn Bhd has started training future aircraft technicians at its aerospace training centre ahead of the eventual return of normalcy of the travel and aviation industries.
KUCHING: The Association of Churches in Sarawak (ACS) is advising its members not to rush into reopening their premises to the maximum attendance of 250 people this weekend.
HONG KONG (China Daily/ANN): The Legislative Council on Thursday (May 14) passed a bill worth over HK$627 billion (US$80.9 billion) to provide support to Hong Kong people suffering hardship brought about by the coronavirus and months of social unrest.
SHAH ALAM: The Selangor government has agreed to contribute RM10,000 to the family of the late Kpl Safwan Muhammad Ismail.