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Johor Digital Economy Centre (JDEC), which has been conducting training online because of the Covid-19 pandemic, has kicked off its first physical course on the topic of live streaming.
THE Sultanah Fatimah Foundation has allocated RM1mil to assist religious organisations and charitable bodies in Johor.
Johor government is channelling RM7.5mil to benefit more than 70,000 primary and secondary school students from the Chinese community statewide.
JOHOR BARU: Although the annual Chingay celebration here has been scaled down significantly due to Covid-19, it is still being observed in a meaningful manner, says MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
THE Johor government’s RM1.5mil allocation for 10 Chinese independent schools and a non-profit university college comes as a great relief to the institutions in their efforts to help financially strapped students and move digital learning to the next level.
ISKANDAR PUTERI: The Johor government has announced that RM1.5mil will be allocated to 10 Chinese independent schools and a non-profit university college in the state.
More than 50 fish breeders in Kukup, Pontian will enjoy an exemption from temporary occupation licence (TOL) arrears amounting to some RM800,000.
THE Johor Digital Economy Centre (JDEC) aims to train talents and content creators to take on current and upcoming economic challenges.
Education providers should continue to focus on digital trends for the benefit of their students.