Need for cooperation to plan students’ education
By:Nick Fletcher
Date:
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KUCHING: Associations in the Mambong area need to work together with parents and students to plan the path that students want to take after completing their Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) examinations.

Mambong assemblyman Datuk Dr Jerip Susil said that in such a way, the fields that students are interested in can be identified.

At the same time, he said this could help introduce universities for students to pursue studies that suit their interests.

“Education is very important to advance our society. Nevertheless, students need to set targets, and determine their journeys and directions after SPM,” he said while speaking at the presentation of incentives to a total of 44 academic excellence students yesterday.

On another note, Dr Jerip also hopes that the incentives will make the students aware that various parties are always supporting them in order for them be successful.

Therefore, he reminded the incentive recipients to set their goals and dreams to achieve success.

“This incentive is not just for money, it is a message for students to work harder,” he said.

At the same event, Dr Jerip also announced an allocation of RM50,000 for the Kuching Biya Association for them to carry out its annual activities next year.

Meanwhile, Biya Association president Joseph Tau said the achievements by students in the Padawan area in education is improving year by year.

He said it was the result of the commitment of various parties including the Biya Association, with the full support of Dr Jerip in an effort to improve the standard of education in the area.

“The level of education in our area is increasing. It is in line with the original purpose of establishing the Biya Association, which is to prioritise education,” he said.

Therefore, Joseph hopes that giving incentives to outstanding students will be able to further increase their enthusiasm and motivation in their studies.

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