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Education

565 students with 4.00 CGPA in STPM 2016

PUTRAJAYA, Feb 28: A total of 565 candidates of the Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) in 2016 scored the national Cumulative Grade Points Average (CGPA) of 4.00 or four flat, an increase of 0.51 per cent compared to 335 candidates in 2015. Malaysian Examinations Council chairman Professor Datuk Seri Dr Mohamed Mustafa Ishak said candidate performance in STPM 2016 ...Full Article

Saudi Arabia to triple scholarships for M’sian students

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 27: The Saudi Arabian government will increase the number of scholarships for Malaysian students to study in the Kingdom next year. Head of the Cultural Mission ...Full Article

No new sponsorship offers for studies in Egypt

PUTRAJAYA, Feb 17: The Higher Education Ministry is not giving new scholarships for local students intending to further their studies in Egypt as the situation in that country is ...Full Article

Malaysian-funded girls school opens in Sudan

KHARTOUM, Feb 9: The US$300,000 Malaysian-funded Al-Sayida Khadija Thanawi (Al-Banat) Secondary School for Girls, located at Doroshob, north of the Sudanese capital Khartoum, celebrated its official opening recently. Funded ...Full Article

New campus for TAR University College in Sabah to be ready in 2019

KOTA KINABALU, Feb 7: Construction of the new campus for Kolej Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (TAR) Sabah, on a 2.42-hectare site in Alamesra, near here, is expected to be ...Full Article

I will pursue Adenan’s English policy – Abang Johari

KUCHING, Jan 22: Chief Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg said he will continue the late Tan Sri Adenan Satem’s policy to make English as the second official ...Full Article

20 pct of SJKCs heading towards digital school status

SITIAWAN, Jan 16: About 20 per cent of 1,298 Chinese National Type Schools (SJKC) are heading towards becoming digital schools, according to Deputy Education Minister Datuk Chong Sin Woon. ...Full Article

Education Ministry to be restructured to give more power to JPN, PPD

PUTRAJAYA, Jan 10: The Education Ministry will be restructured to give more authority to the State Education Departments (JPN) and District Education Offices (PPD) in making decisions. Its minister, ...Full Article

Education is something that we should never compromise – Chandrakumanan 

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 9: National Public Complaints and Welfare Service Centre (PAR) chairman Datuk A. Chandrakumanan welcomed the decision made by Kedah State instructing schools to accept the intake of ...Full Article

India offers scholarships for Malaysian students

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 23: Meritorious Malaysian students interested in pursuing Bachelor, Master, Ph.D, or Dance and Music courses in India may apply for one of the three scholarships offered ...Full Article
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