Wednesday, September 22, 2021

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SPM, STPM school-leavers get education aid

KUCHING: The Sarawak Foundation is offering education assistance to Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) and Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (STPM) school-leavers from rural areas who are eligible to pursue their studies at public institutions of higher learning (IPT). Its director Mersal...

No hike in IPT fees

NILAI: The Higher Education Ministry (MOHE) has confirmed that there will be no fee hike for students in Higher Education Institutions (IPT). Its minister Datuk Seri Dr Noraini Ahmad said MOHE had also requested the universities not to impose fees...

Same SOPs for IPT operations during extension period

PUTRAJAYA: The operations of higher learning institutions (IPTs) during the implementation period of the total lockdown, which has been extended to June 28, is the same as announced on May 31 of which all face-to-face teaching and learning (PdP)...

Over 30,000 benefitted from iGPS

KUCHING: Over 30,000 applicants have benefitted from the state government’s Graduan Pulang Sarawak initiative (iGPS), said Tupong assemblyman Fazzrudin Abdul Rahman. “Since this programme was introduced in 2019, 31,285 applications have been submitted until December 2020. The total expenditure for...

SPM, STPM school-leavers get education incentives

MUKAH: Sixteen SPM and STPM school-leavers here who have been accepted to further their studies or attend training at local institutions of higher learning (IPT) or training centres received study incentives today. Tellian assemblyman Yussibnosh Balo said they were the...

Ministry’s initiatives to resume after lifting of CMCO

KUALA LUMPUR: The decision to lift the conditional movement control order (CMCO) in most states and districts nationwide will allow the business sector to reopen and stimulate domestic economic activities. Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister (KPDNHEP) Datuk Seri Alexander...

Rep doles out aid to students, patients

KUCHING: Tanjung Datu assemblywoman Datuk Amar Jamilah Anu always makes it a point to help constituents in need. On Thursday, she presented a total of RM78,000 to eleven Parent Teacher Associations (PTAs) for schools in Tanjung Datu, as well as...

Irked by frequently ‘out-of-service’ ATM

MUKAH:  Members of the public are always irked by any automated teller machine (ATM) in their vicinity that is out of service. Such frequent occurrences here in Mukah over the last few months have left the students of one local...

Don’t depend on jobs in civil service

KUCHING: Graduates from Institutes of Higher Learning (IPTs) were advised not to limit their options by depending on jobs in the civil service. “We cannot rely on job opportunities from the government because they are limited,” said Demak Laut assemblyman...

38 get assistance for further studies

MUKAH: Some 38 students who were accepted to further their studies or attend training in the country received one-off education assistance from Balingian Constituency Service Centre here today. The aid was an initiative of Balingian State Constituency Service Centre since...
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Mukah handicraft maker dreams big

DALAT: Handicraft maker Lawrence Dan may be unfamiliar to many but his wood products have made their way into...
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