Fajar International grads get scrolls

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MIRI: A total of 160 graduates from Fajar International College received their scrolls during the college’s 12th convocation ceremony held at Imperial Hotel here yesterday.

These graduates were from the Bachelor of Applied Management; Executive Bachelor in Occupational, Health and Environment; Executive Bachelor in Occupational Safety and Health; Diploma in Accounting; Diploma in Human Resource Management; Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health; Diploma in Business Studies and Certificate in Business Studies.

Presenting the scrolls were Fajar International College chief executive officer Dr Peter Tham and Wawasan Open University chief executive and vice chancellor Prof Dr Lily Chan.

“Today’s learning process is not totally bound to the classrooms as it has evolved with the advancement of technology (ICT),” said Dr Chan.

She added that the Internet has made things simpler, including in education and the learning system.

“I encourage all to be innovative and creative in your learning process, enhance your knowledge via technological advancement and be an ‘architect’ of the future,” reckoned Chan.

Earlier, Dr Tham said that the college would continue to play a vital part in moulding the future generation, empowering them to become meaningful and active contributors to community and the nation.

Dr Chan (right) presents a certificate to one of the graduates as Dr Tham (second left) looks on.

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