|Friday, May 26, 2017


SKKGB first school to implement punch card system in T’ganu for students

KUALA NERUS, Apr 14: SK Kompleks Gong Badak (SKKGB) here is the first school in Terengganu to use a punch card machine to solve the problem of students coming late. SKKGB PTA president Zamzaini Zolkeffi said this was a joint initiative of the PTA and the school’s administration. He said the system would be an indication of the students’ ...Full Article

Gov’t has no plan to stop sending students to UK

KUALA LUMPUR, Apr 5: The government has no plan to stop sending excellent Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) students to further their studies in the United Kingdom (UK). Deputy Minister ...Full Article

IPTA offers 5% of places for medical courses to foreign students

NEW DELHI, Apr 5: The Malaysian government has agreed to offer five percent of the places at its public higher learning institutions (IPTA) for medical, dentistry and pharmacy courses to ...Full Article

Education Ministry studies decline in SPM performance

KUALA LUMPUR, Mar 28: The Education Ministry is conducting a comprehensive study on the subjects of history, mathematics and moral education, which recorded a decline in performance in the ...Full Article

China’s 9th top university offers special grants for Indians

KUALA LUMPUR, Mar 27: Xiamen University Malaysia (XMUM) is offering scholarships to Indians and Bumiputera students for foundation and degree courses for 2017 intakes. XMUM Assoc Prof M.Krishnamoorthy said that Indian ...Full Article

Jobstreet Education, Swinburne Online team up to offer 14 new courses

KUALA LUMPUR, March 21: JobStreet Education, an online education portal for working adults, has announced today its partnership with Swinburne Online. The partnership will bring the number of courses offered ...Full Article

New English language learning method to be introduced

PUTRAJAYA, Mar 20:  A new English Language teaching and learning method via online, the Cambridge Accessible Tests (CATs), will be introduced with the focus on rural students. Education Minister ...Full Article

UPSI, SEGi University sign MoU to improve quality of ECCE

IPOH, March 17: Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with SEGi University to carry out research to improve the quality of Early Childhood Care and ...Full Article

Irrelevant courses frozen to overcome glut of graduates in job market

KUALA LUMPUR, Mar 16: The Higher Education Ministry has undertaken various measures including freezing irrelevant and non-viable courses in overcoming the glut of graduates in the job market. Its ...Full Article

Malaysians encouraged to study in Germany – Envoy

BERLIN, Mar 7: More Malaysian students should consider studying in Germany, which offers low tuition fees. Malaysian ambassador to Germany, Datuk Zulkifli Adnan said the quality of education in ...Full Article
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