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Antiguo 02-07-2009, 17:07:23   #981
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Upgraded website launched
Published on: Thursday, July 02, 2009

Kota Kinabalu: UMS on Wednesday launched its upgraded website packed with features that are likely to attract hits.

The features include cv-online, e-cuti, e-aduan, activities, programmes, current news, information corner, government links and application space among others.

UMS acting head of media and technology education unit, Effendy Hadis said the website is more dynamic and easily accessible.

"The criteria of the present website is user-friendly, student oriented, community friendly, and dynamic," he said at the launching of the website by Vice Chancellor Prof. Datuk Dr Kamaruzaman Ampon.

After the last upgrading in 2007, he said the new 3.0 version adds a better touch of technology although the previous structures are still maintained.

New characteristics such as easy-to-reach icons have been included and these changes are for the benefit of users such as students, staff and the public, he said.

Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) Website - http://www.ums.edu.my/webv3/
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UiTM VC: Stricter Prerequisites To Maintain Course Quality
July 02, 2009 23:06 PM

SHAH ALAM, July 2 (Bernama) -- Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) is placing stricter entry requirements for intake into critical courses such as medicine and dentistry to maintain the quality of education at the university, Vice-Chancellor Prof Tan Sri Dr Ibrahim Abu Shah said.

"Entry requirements for the medicine and dentistry courses are quite strict. We have to take into account the facilities and equipment we have.

"Seats for dentistry are not cheap, so we have to limit the number (of students)," he told reporters after signing a memorandum of understanding with a telecommunications company here, Thursday.

When asked the cost of a seat for dentistry, he said it was between RM60,000 and RM100,000.

The memorandum was for joint cooperation in a soft skills programme for third and final year students of UiTM.

Besides that, he said, UiTM had to maintain the academic standard as the faculties collaborated with international bodies.

Dr Ibrahim said every academic year typically saw 150,000 medical students and a lesser number of dentistry students.

He said UiTM was now the choice university among Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) and Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) graduates, including top scorers.

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Positive Response To Make Compulsory English In SPM
July 04, 2009 00:22 AM

KUALA LUMPUR, July 3 (Bernama) -- The Education Ministry has received positive response from the public on the proposal to make it compulsory to pass the English language in the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) examination.

Its deputy minister, Dr Mohd Puad Zarkashi, said about 80 per cent of the response was received through the short messaging service and the hotline telephone call.

"The quality of English language teachers has to be looked into, additional time for learning of the English language also need to be studied and, if necessary, we will get English language teachers from abroad to teach here before it (proposal) can be implemented," he told reporters after opening the Federation of National Writers Associations of Malaysia (Gapena) annual meeting here tonight.

He said Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, who is also Education Minister, would announce further details on the matter, as well as on the teaching of Science and Mathematics in English.

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Opportunity For Medical Graduates To Get Certfified
July 03, 2009 23:45 PM

KUALA LUMPUR, July 3 (Bernama) -- Medical graduates from unrecognised universities will have to attend an 18-month training programme before they can sit for the Medical Qualifying Examination, said Malaysian Medical Council (MMC) president Tan Sri Dr Mohd Ismail Marican.

The programme, which will be jointly conducted by MMC, Ministry of Health Malaysia and Ministry of Higher Education, will commence on July 15 and will be in two stages.

"In the first stage, they will be exposed to relevant theoretical knowledge while for the second stage they will need to undergo a clinical attachment with coaching in hospitals.

"The clinical component of the examination will be held at the end of the programme in December 2010. Pursuant to the Medical Act 1971, only those who pass the second stage will be eligible for registration," he said in statement here, Friday.

Dr Mohd Ismail said the programme was a one-off programme and there will be no supplementary examination thereafter at both the theory and clinical stage.

Eighty-eight candidates have registered for the programme as at March 31.

However, he said those who do not wish to undergo the training may continue to take the usual final year examination prescribed under the relevent Regulation of Medical Act, provided they still have the chance to do so.

Currently there are about 200 to 300 medical graduates from unrecognised universities who have exhausted all their opportunities to sit for the Medical Qualifying Examination in the three local universities as prescribed under the the relevant Medical Act 1971.
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Curtin Sarawak To Set Up Community Reading Centre
July 03, 2009 16:19 PM

MIRI, July 3 (Bernama) -- The Curtin University of Technology Sarawak campus (Curtin Sarawak) here will set up a community reading centre this year to develop a learning culture among schoolchildren.

Curtin Sarawak's Learning Centre dean, Jeya Chandra Malar Jayaprakash, said the university was in the process of identifying the premises for the reading centre somewhere in the Tudan residential area, about 20km from the city centre.

"The centre will have hundreds of English book titles for children to develop their reading skills, while several lecturers from the university will be assigned at the centre on a regular basis to guide them," she told a press conference, here, today.

She said the running of the reading centre would be their long-term commitment to community service, particularly in developing a reading culture among the young generation.

In the last one year, she added, the university had been involved in conducting motivational talks for children at several schools in the Miri Division.

The project is under the Learning Centre's outreach programme aimed at developing proficiency in English, Mathematics and Science in the community.

Malar said the Learning Centre was the fourth school set up under Curtin Sarawak after the schools of engineering and science, business and foundation and continuing studies.

Operational since March last year, the Learning Centre provides free academic guidance and support primarily for the university students to improve their proficiency in the English language, Mathematics and Science, as well as their studying skills.

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59 from China among UMS Labuan new intake
Published on: Saturday, July 04, 2009



Labuan: Fifty-nine students from China were among 648 freshies who arrived here Friday from Kota Kinabalu to begin their 2009/2010 academic session at the Universiti Malaysia Sabah Labuan International Campus (UMS-LIC).

Senior Assistant Registrar, Zamri Mohamad Tuah, said some of the students came direct from Kota Kinabalu via the express boat service while the others from Menumbok via the ro-ro ferry.

The students would be briefed today (Saturday) about the university and other related matters by Dr Rosita Chong, followed by Dr Ag Asri Ibrahim, both of whom are the Deans of School of International Business and Finance.

With the new intake, the university campus would be having more than 2,000 students.

The schools at UMS-LIC are International Business and Finance which offers courses on Offshore and International Banking, International Marketing, International Financial Economics. The other school of Information Science offers multimedia technology and e-commerce studies.

When the university was established here in 1999, it merely had about 400 students. Now, more than 1,000 students have graduated from the university.

Under the Ninth Malaysia Plan, it was allocated RM30 million to upgrade its facilities.

Plans are now being considered to upgrade the campus with an identity of its own and be a full-fledged university offering various courses especially related to marine, oil and gas.
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UMS to become disabled-friendly
3rd July, 2009

KOTA KINABALU: Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) intends to become a disabled-friendly campus said vice chancellor Prof Datuk Dr Kamaruzaman Ampon.

So far the university has ensured facilities such as the toilets, hostels, bathrooms are equipped for the convenience of the disabled and even provided a special vehicle for them.

There is also a special officer to look after their needs and welfare throughout their academic term.

“We want this campus to be disabled-friendly and the only thing we do not have right now is Braille facilities for the blind. But we will certainly consider it,” he told reporters after the oath-taking ceremony by the undergraduates of the university at the Chancellor Hall here yesterday.

UMS has had 11 disabled students since the 2005 intake with two already graduated and nine still pursuing their degrees.

Each disabled student receives a monthly allowance of RM300 from the Community Welfare Department.

The university’s new intake of students for 2009/2010 numbered 4,150 and this semester more than 17,000 students are enrolled in 64 programmes on offer at UMS.

In his speech, Dr Kamaruzaman assured parents that the university always placed the security and comfort of the students as a priority.

However, he reminded the students that they too needed to be responsible and not seek trouble unnecessarily.
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6,000 students in Manik Urai to receive uniforms, bags
2009/07/05

KUALA KRAI, Sun:

The Education Ministry is providing free school uniforms and bags to 6,142 primary, secondary and religious schools in Manik Urai.

Kelantan Umno liaison chief Datuk Mustapa Mohamed said he was informed of the aid by Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin several days ago for all the students in Manik Urai.

"This gesture by the ministry is to lighten the burden of the people here," he told a news conference at the Manik Urai Barisan Nasional (BN) operations centre, here, today.

Mustapa said for a start, 300 students received the free school uniforms and bags today, and the rest in stages.

He had earlier presented the aid to the pupils of Sekolah Kebangsaan Manik Urai Baru here on behalf of Muhyiddin.
There are 10 primary and 12 secondary schools and an Arabic-medium school in Manik Urai.

Meanwhile, Mustapa is urging employers in the public and private sector to allow their employees to return home to vote in the Manik Urai by-election this July 14.

"Do not deny their right as voters and it is an offence," he said in reference to the statement by Kelantan PAS elections director Abdul Fatah Harun today about receiving reports on some employers now allowing their workers to return to Manik Urai to cast their votes.

Mustafa said the second phase of BN's by-election campaign in Manik Urai would begin tomorrow, the nomination day for the by-election.

Tomorrow, Muhyiddin is expected to lead a procession of more than 10,000 BN supporters to the nomination centre - Sekolah Menengah Sultan Yahya Petra 1 - here.

BN has named Kuala Krai Umno Youth head Tuan Aziz Tuan Mat, 39, as its candidate while PAS will field its Kuala Krai division treasurer Fauzi Abdullah, 50, to defend the state seat.

The by-election is held following the death of the incumbent assemblyman Ismail Yaakob on May 22 from a heart attack. In the last general election in 2008, Ismail defeated BN candidate Mohamed Zulkepli Omar by a 1,352-vote majority. -- BERNAMA
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Antiguo 07-07-2009, 10:10:23   #989
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Kampus pintar, mesra alam UiTM

Oleh ABDUL YAZID ALIAS
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Kampus cawangan baru UiTM Puncak Alam dilengkapi infrastruktur pintar. - utusan/Saharuddin Abdullah

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SHAH ALAM 3 Julai - Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) bakal menjadi perintis pembinaan infrastruktur kampus pintar dan mesra alam dapat dibuktikan menerusi pembinaan cawangan barunya di Puncak Alam, di sini.

Reka bentuk bangunannya jauh berbeza dengan yang biasa dilihat di institusi pengajian tinggi awam (IPTA) dan lebih menarik ialah pembinaannya mengambil kira lokasinya yang di kelilingi suasana hijau.

Keunikan Kampus UiTM Puncak Alam yang berkeluasan 445.1 hektar dengan fasa pertamanya sudah siap dan boleh digunakan.

Naib Canselor UiTM, Tan Sri Prof. Dr. Ibrahim Abu Shah berkata, kampus berkonsepkan gandingan teknologi dan alam sekitar itu memberi penekanan kepada reka bentuk pintar bagi kemudahan para warganya sama ada tenaga pengajar mahupun di kalangan penuntut.

"Pembinaan kampus baru ini melibatkan tiga fasa, setakat ini fasa pertama telah pun siap dan mula beroperasi bulan ini.

"Antara pusat pengajian yang telah siap ialah Fakulti Pengurusan dan Teknologi Pejabat (FPTP), Fakulti Sains Kesihatan (FSK) dan Fakulti Farmasi (FF).

"Dua kolej kediaman iaitu Kolej Rafflesia dan Kolej Angsana yang menempatkan lebih 600 pelajar juga sudah siap," katanya kepada Utusan Malaysia di sini hari ini.

Tambah Ibrahim, kampus itu adalah sebahagian daripada rancangan pengembangan UiTM berikutan kampus induknya di Seksyen 2 di sini tidak dapat menampung pertambahan bilangan pelajar untuk tempoh jangka masa panjang.

Malah, katanya, pembinaan kampus itu turut melibatkan pertambahan bidang pengajian oleh UiTM pada masa depan selain mampu menempatkan 13,000 penuntut dalam satu-satu masa sekiranya kesemua fasa pembinaan siap sepenuhnya.

Bagaimanapun, beliau tidak dapat menyatakan tempoh sebenar projek pembinaan kampus itu disiapkan.

Ibrahim berkata, kampus baru itu akan menyediakan kemudahan pembelajaran termasuk teknologi maklumat dan komunikasi (ICT) serta interaksi pembelajaran antara pelajar dengan tenaga pengajar serta warga kampus yang lain.
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6,000 students in Manik Urai to receive uniforms, bags
2009/07/05

KUALA KRAI, Sun:

The Education Ministry is providing free school uniforms and bags to 6,142 primary, secondary and religious schools in Manik Urai.

Kelantan Umno liaison chief Datuk Mustapa Mohamed said he was informed of the aid by Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin several days ago for all the students in Manik Urai.

"This gesture by the ministry is to lighten the burden of the people here," he told a news conference at the Manik Urai Barisan Nasional (BN) operations centre, here, today.

Mustapa said for a start, 300 students received the free school uniforms and bags today, and the rest in stages.

He had earlier presented the aid to the pupils of Sekolah Kebangsaan Manik Urai Baru here on behalf of Muhyiddin.
There are 10 primary and 12 secondary schools and an Arabic-medium school in Manik Urai.

Meanwhile, Mustapa is urging employers in the public and private sector to allow their employees to return home to vote in the Manik Urai by-election this July 14.

"Do not deny their right as voters and it is an offence," he said in reference to the statement by Kelantan PAS elections director Abdul Fatah Harun today about receiving reports on some employers now allowing their workers to return to Manik Urai to cast their votes.

Mustafa said the second phase of BN's by-election campaign in Manik Urai would begin tomorrow, the nomination day for the by-election.

Tomorrow, Muhyiddin is expected to lead a procession of more than 10,000 BN supporters to the nomination centre - Sekolah Menengah Sultan Yahya Petra 1 - here.

BN has named Kuala Krai Umno Youth head Tuan Aziz Tuan Mat, 39, as its candidate while PAS will field its Kuala Krai division treasurer Fauzi Abdullah, 50, to defend the state seat.

The by-election is held following the death of the incumbent assemblyman Ismail Yaakob on May 22 from a heart attack. In the last general election in 2008, Ismail defeated BN candidate Mohamed Zulkepli Omar by a 1,352-vote majority. -- BERNAMA
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Science And Maths In BM And Mother Tongue In 2012
July 08, 2009 15:56 PM

PUTRAJAYA, July 8 (Bernama) -- The teaching and learning of science and mathematics in national schools will revert to the Malay language effective 2012.

Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said the teaching and learning of the two subjects in Chinese and Tamil national-type schools would be carried out in their respective mother tongue.

Muhyiddin, who is also the Education Minister, said the cabinet today approved the suggestion by the ministry to empower the Malay language and strengthen the teaching and learning of the English language at all levels of schooling.

"This strategy was drawn up based on the study and monitoring carried out by the Education Ministry on the teaching and learning of science and mathematics in English since the policy was implemented in 2003," he said when making the announcement at the Education Ministry, here on Wednesday.

The first group of students who studied science and mathematics in the English language since Year One sat for their Ujian Penilian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) last year.

Muhyiddin said the implementation of the policy of using the Malay language in the teaching of the two subjects would be carried out in stages in Year One and Year Four in the primary school and Form One and Form Four in the secondary school beginning in 2012.

However, he said, the change would not involve students in Form Six and matriculation class.

He said in order to ensure that the implementation of the new strategy did not affect the achievement of students who were taught the two subjects in English, the teaching of and examination for the two subjects would be conducted in both languages until the last batch of students who were taught in English completed in 2014.

He said the government made the decision after scrutinising the outcome of studies and surveys carried out on the teaching and learning of the two subjects in English which showed that it could not be implemented as desired.

"What is implemented is the teaching and learning of science and mathematics in English/Malay languages," he said.

Muhyiddin said monitoring by the ministry last year found that only a small group of teachers were using English language fully in the teaching of science and mathematics.

"On the average, the percentage of English usage is between 53 and 58 per cent out of the total time allotted for science and mathematics," he said.

In addition, he said, only a small group of mathematics and science teachers in secondary and primary schools who took the English language Proficiency Level Evaluation test last year achieved the proficiency level.

He said the precentage of students who scored grades A, B, and C for the science subject in the UPSR last year had dropped from 85.1 per cent to 82.5 per cent for the urban schools and from 83.2 per cent to 79.7 per cent for rural schools.

"For mathematics, the achievement of urban schools dropped from 84.8 per cent to 80.9 per cent while the achievement of rural students dropped from 80.9 per cent to 77 per cent," he said.

He said the gap in achievement between urban and rural schools in science and mathematics was becoming wider when the PPSMI (teaching and learning of science and mathematics in English) was implemented.

Muhyiddin said the Trends in Mathematics and Science Study 2007 also stated that the position of Malaysian students in the science subject had deteriorated from the 20th spot in 2003 to the 21st spot in 2007.

"For mathematics, the position of our students deteriorated from the 10th spot in 2003 to 20th spot in 2007," he said.

He said studies by local universities revealed that the level of improvement in the command of the English language by students was nominal, that is, not more than three per cent throughout the implementation of the teaching and learning of science and mathematics in English.

"The command of the English language among students, particularly in the rural areas, was still low making it difficult for them to understand the teaching of mathematics and science in English," Muhyiddin said.

Based on this observation, he said, the government was convinced that science and mathematics must be taught in the language that could be easily understood by the students, namely Bahasa Malaysia in the national schools, Chinese in the national-type Chinese schools and Tamil in the national-type Tamil schools.

-- BERNAMA
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Cancer Centre Opened At UPM
July 09, 2009 00:14 AM

KUALA LUMPUR, July 8 (Bernama)-- A one-stop cancer reference centre was opened at Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) Serdang near here Wednesday by Women, Family and Community Development Minister Senator Datuk Seri Shahrizat Abdul Jalil.

The Cancer Resource and Education Centre (CaRE), she said, was an excellent place to get information on cancer under one roof.

"With cooperation among UPM, Cornell University, KanWork and other partners it can provide best practices, technology and current news," she said.

The public can contact the centre located at UPM's Medical and Health Science Faculty at website http:///www.cancereducation.org.my or call 03-89472706.

"People can get information on support groups and be referred to doctors," Shahrizat said.

She also said that KanWork, an outreach activity of the UPM-Cornell Collaborative Cancer Education and Research Project (CaEd), would be allocated RM60,000 to publish a book on cancer in Bahasa Melayu.

"Material on cancer in Bahasa Melayu, Mandarin and Tamil are very limited, she said.

In another development, Shahrizat said up till last month about 10,000 women in the country had participated in the Subsidised Mamogram programme to detect breast cancer.
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Kuaters Imigresen Negeri Dibangunkan di Marang
2009-07-07 17:19:11
Source: http://www.terengganu.gov.my/maxc202...ex&newsid=1107



Kuaters Imigresen Negeri Terengganu yang mampu menempatkan kira-kira 300 kakitangan jabatan itu bakal dibina di persimpangan Kampung Jenang, Marang menerusi projek pembangunan Rancangan Malaysia Kesepuluh, tidak lama lagi.

Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Pembangunan Infrastruktur dan Kemudahan Awam Negeri, YB Yahya Khatib Mohamad, berkata kemudahan kepada kakitangan Imigresen Depot Ajil dan Penjara Marang, akan dimajukan di atas tanah seluas 6.8 hektar, di mana lokasinya berada di tengah-tengah antara dua jabatan persekutuan berkenaan.

“Secara tidak langsung pertambahan pembangunan berkenaan, selain kem FRU (Pasukan Simpanan Persekutuan) di Wakaf Tapai (Marang) yang akan siap pada tahun depan dan kemasukan anggota kerjanya pada akhir tahun depan.

“Saya difahamkan antara 500 hingga 1,000 anggota FRU. Sedikit sebanyak dapat menambahkan pengundi baru di Pengkalan Berangan dan Marang, antara 1,000 hingga 1,500 pengundi,” kata beliau selepas menyampaikan 405 unit e-Book kepada murid Tahun Lima di empat sekolah dalam Dewan Undangan Negeri (Dun) Pengkalan Berangan, di Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Pengkalan Berangan, Marang, hari ini (7 Julai).



YB Yahya menyampaikan e-Book kepada seorang murid Tahun Lima pada
majlis penyampaian e-Book DUN Pengkalan Berangan di Sekolah Kebangsaan
Pengkalan Berangan, Marang.


Daripada jumlah itu, seramai 115 murid dari SK Merchang, SK Bukit Sawa (141 murid), SK Wakaf Tapai (87 murid) dan SK Pengkalan Berangan melibatkan 62 murid yang menerima e-Book masing-masing dengan diiringi ibu atau bapa masing-masing.

Menurut YB Yahya, Dun Pengkalan Berangan merupakan Dun pertama yang menerima e-Book daripada keseluruhan hampir 2,000 penerima buku elektonik berkenaan di daerah itu.

Sementara itu, beliau mengingatkan ibu bapa supaya lebih peka dan mengawal tindak-tinduk anak mereka yang proaktif dan bertindak negatif dengan menyalahguna penggunaan buku elektronik terutama memasukkan bahan lucah atau sebagainya.

“Dari segi pengisian, khusus untuk aspek sukatan pembelajaran, namun tidak dinafikan kecanggihan teknologi maklumat menyebabkan pelajar menggunakan e-Book ke arah negatif.

“Kita harap kerjasama ibu bapa supaya dapat mengawal dan membendung daripada proaktif anak kita dari segi penggunaan internet dan juga perkhidmatan selular komunikasi,” katanya.

YB Yahya berkata, kerajaan tidak mampu mengawal penggunaan e-Book walaupun sudah dimasukkan perisian sukatan pembelajaran dan mengharapkan kerjasama ibu bapa selain kawalan pihak sekolah.

Beliau berkata, kecanggihan bahan komunikasi seperti `broadband’ yang membolehkan pelajar menerokai pelbagai perkara tanpa had perlu dibendung oleh ibu bapa dan memastikan tidak berlaku penyalahgunaan buku elektonik berkenaan.
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Kuaters Imigresen Negeri Dibangunkan di Marang
2009-07-07 17:19:11
Source: http://www.terengganu.gov.my/maxc202...ex&newsid=1107



Kuaters Imigresen Negeri Terengganu yang mampu menempatkan kira-kira 300 kakitangan jabatan itu bakal dibina di persimpangan Kampung Jenang, Marang menerusi projek pembangunan Rancangan Malaysia Kesepuluh, tidak lama lagi.

Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Pembangunan Infrastruktur dan Kemudahan Awam Negeri, YB Yahya Khatib Mohamad, berkata kemudahan kepada kakitangan Imigresen Depot Ajil dan Penjara Marang, akan dimajukan di atas tanah seluas 6.8 hektar, di mana lokasinya berada di tengah-tengah antara dua jabatan persekutuan berkenaan.

“Secara tidak langsung pertambahan pembangunan berkenaan, selain kem FRU (Pasukan Simpanan Persekutuan) di Wakaf Tapai (Marang) yang akan siap pada tahun depan dan kemasukan anggota kerjanya pada akhir tahun depan.

“Saya difahamkan antara 500 hingga 1,000 anggota FRU. Sedikit sebanyak dapat menambahkan pengundi baru di Pengkalan Berangan dan Marang, antara 1,000 hingga 1,500 pengundi,” kata beliau selepas menyampaikan 405 unit e-Book kepada murid Tahun Lima di empat sekolah dalam Dewan Undangan Negeri (Dun) Pengkalan Berangan, di Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Pengkalan Berangan, Marang, hari ini (7 Julai).



YB Yahya menyampaikan e-Book kepada seorang murid Tahun Lima pada
majlis penyampaian e-Book DUN Pengkalan Berangan di Sekolah Kebangsaan
Pengkalan Berangan, Marang.


Daripada jumlah itu, seramai 115 murid dari SK Merchang, SK Bukit Sawa (141 murid), SK Wakaf Tapai (87 murid) dan SK Pengkalan Berangan melibatkan 62 murid yang menerima e-Book masing-masing dengan diiringi ibu atau bapa masing-masing.

Menurut YB Yahya, Dun Pengkalan Berangan merupakan Dun pertama yang menerima e-Book daripada keseluruhan hampir 2,000 penerima buku elektonik berkenaan di daerah itu.

Sementara itu, beliau mengingatkan ibu bapa supaya lebih peka dan mengawal tindak-tinduk anak mereka yang proaktif dan bertindak negatif dengan menyalahguna penggunaan buku elektronik terutama memasukkan bahan lucah atau sebagainya.

“Dari segi pengisian, khusus untuk aspek sukatan pembelajaran, namun tidak dinafikan kecanggihan teknologi maklumat menyebabkan pelajar menggunakan e-Book ke arah negatif.

“Kita harap kerjasama ibu bapa supaya dapat mengawal dan membendung daripada proaktif anak kita dari segi penggunaan internet dan juga perkhidmatan selular komunikasi,” katanya.

YB Yahya berkata, kerajaan tidak mampu mengawal penggunaan e-Book walaupun sudah dimasukkan perisian sukatan pembelajaran dan mengharapkan kerjasama ibu bapa selain kawalan pihak sekolah.

Beliau berkata, kecanggihan bahan komunikasi seperti `broadband’ yang membolehkan pelajar menerokai pelbagai perkara tanpa had perlu dibendung oleh ibu bapa dan memastikan tidak berlaku penyalahgunaan buku elektonik berkenaan.
Terengganu Launch E-book Scheme For Year Five Pupils
May 26, 2009 21:05 PM

KUALA TERENGGANU, May 26 (Bernama) -- Laptops are expected to replace school bags for 25,000 Year Five pupils in Terengganu when they start receiving electronic text books (e-Book) from the state government, starting next month.

Menteri Besar Datuk Ahmad Said said providing a conducive learning environment and equipment, was vital to help prepare students who can excel academically and face global challenges in the future.

"As a first step, the government will allocate laptops to 25,000 Year Five pupils as a replacement for books, with text from books incorporated into their (e-Book), including education on Islam," said Ahmad after launching the e-Book at Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT) here Tuesday.

He added that the e-Books would be given to Year Five pupils and distributed by their respective district education offices.

"This means, Year Five pupils will be able to use the e-Book when they go back to school after the mid-year school holiday in June," he said.

He added that initially 15,000 units of the e-Book would be distributed in stages while the entire e-Book project would cost the state government RM15 million.

"Although the cost incurred is high, we see it as a long term investment as such an investment will see school children in Terengganu become computer literates even when they are in primary schools," he said.

The distribution of e-Book would be similar to the Free Text Books scheme (SPBT) whereby the Year Five school children would be required to return their e-Books by end of the year.

"The e-Book scheme will be implemented in stages right up to Year One. After Year Five, those in Year Four will receive their e-Book next year and until Year One the following year," he said.

With the implementation of the e-Book scheme, Terengganu is set to become the first state in the history of the country to introduce such an education system.

T'ganu To Spend RM60 Million For e-Book Programme Next Year
June 29, 2009 21:41 PM

BESUT, June 29 (Bernama) -- Terengganu is expected to spend about RM60 million next year to cater to its electronic book (e-book) programme, said Menteri Besar Datuk Ahmad Said.

This year alone, the state government has allocated RM30 million to introduce the e-book programme to Year 5 students, he said.

"The increase in the allocation which is expected to double next year, is due to the distribution of the e-book to Year 4 and year 5 students next year," he told reporters after handing over e-books to 614 students from 13 primary schools at the Jabi state legislative area near here Monday.

The menteri besar said the e-book would help to enhance a shift in paradigm in the state's education system.

"We introduced the information technology system at an early stage so that the students, one day, would not only be the end-user of the computer but also be capable of inventing one," he said.

Meanwhile, Ahmad said the Barisan Nasional government did not neglect areas which were under the Opposition, as development programmes were carried out to ensure everyone in Terengganu benefited the state's wealth, regardless of their political beliefs.

He said the same applied to the e-book programme whereby all students would benefit the programme, whether they were children of Umno or Pas members.

To date, more then 7,000 e-books have been distributed to Year 5 students in Terengganu.

-- BERNAMA
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EU awards 10,000 scholarships
Written by Emily Tan
Thursday, 09 July 2009 22:36

KUALA LUMPUR: The European Union (EU), under its executive arm the European Commission, has awarded almost 10,000 grants to be funded by the Erasmus Mundus programme for the academic year 2009-2010.

The grants were awarded to 8,385 students and academics from around the world who will study or teach in Europe, and 1,561 Europeans who will spend periods at partner institutions in countries outside Europe.

The Erasmus programme was first introduced in July 2001 with the aim of strengthening the cooperation between EU and non-EU countries in the area of higher education.

"Erasmus Mundus is going from strength to strength in the years since 2004," said Ján Figel’, the European Commissioner for Education, Training, Culture and Youth in a statement yesterday. On the Malaysian front, Vincent Piket, ambassador and head of delegation of the European Commission to Malaysia, said the programme contributed in terms of academics and cultural exposure.

This year, 19 Malaysians have received scholarships under the Erasmus Mundus programme. They will leave for Europe in August to pursue the masters course of their choice. To date, over 100 Malaysians have benefited from the Erasmus Mundus masters programme.

Under the Erasmus programme, the EU is also partnering with a number of universities, including Universiti Sains Malaysia which has recently been selected as a beneficiary of the programme.

In total, 1,833 students from 105 countries will receive scholarships to study in the masters programme and 489 academics from 75 countries with outstanding academic track records will travel to Europe for shorter periods to teach, research or tutor within one of the masters courses.

Under the Erasmus programme, the EU is also partnering with a number of European and non-European universities, including Universiti Sains Malaysia which has recently been selected as a beneficiary of the Erasmus Mundus Programme.
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Curtin Sarawak Gets RM3.7 Million For Engineering Training
July 10, 2009 16:50 PM

MIRI, July 10 (Bernama) -- Curtin University of Technology Sarawak Campus (Curtin Sarawak) has been allocated a RM3.7 million grant from the federal government to begin engineering-related training for the state government's technical workforce.

The dean of its School of Engineering and Science, Prof Dr Yudi Samyudia, told a news conference here that the training would be conducted on a short-term basis.

He said, 225 trainees were expected to undergo the short courses involving the disciplines of process control, process technology, multi-variate data, transport engineering and environmental engineering.

He said the grant, which came under Malaysia's second economic stimulus package, was channeled through the state industrial development ministry.

The training was also in line with the state's intention to raise the technical skill of the workforce in the development of the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE) project, added Dr Yudi.

The school's engineering programmes are accredited by professional bodies. including the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BIEM), Institute of Engineers Australia and the Institute of Chemical Engineers, United Kingdom.

Their accreditation status has attracted reputable staff who obtained PhD degrees from renowned universities such as Oxford University, Imperial College London, University of Queensland Australia and Australian National University.

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Unimas To Expand E-Bario In Rural Areas
July 07, 2009 16:46 PM

KUCHING, July 7 (Bernama) -- Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas), the prime-mover behind the award-winning E-Bario, a rural internet project aimed at bridging the digital divide for the Bario community in Miri, plans to go places.

It intends to expand the project to other remote areas in Sarawak and Sabah, as well.

They are Sarawak's Long Lama and Ba'kelalan, and Buayan and Tawau in Sabah.

Unimas Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation) Dr Peter Songan said the ground work for the four areas had already begun.

He said the science, technology and innovation ministry had provided a RM4 million grant under the ministry's Demonstrator Application Grant Scheme to implement the projects.

Songan was speaking to reporters after the opening of the three-day, 6th International Conference on Technology in Asia 2009 by Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr George Chan here on Tuesday.

For Sabah, he said Unimas would work with Universiti Malaysia Sabah and a non-govermental organisation.

Initiated in April 1999, the E-Bario project was hailed as among the country's success stories in bridging the digital divide in rural communities.

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Education Ministry plans to introduce mental-literacy training in schools
Saturday July 11, 2009

KAMPAR: The Education Ministry may introduce mental-literacy related training in schools to improve students’ memory skills.

Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said the ministry hoped to do this by working with the Malaysia Mental Literacy Movement (MMLM) to select special techniques that could be taught in schools.

“It would be good if we could spread this skill and teach suitable techniques to the students so they can perform better in their examinations,” he said at a press conference after opening the fifth Malaysia Festival of the Mind at Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) here yesterday.

The Deputy Prime Minister said he came up with the idea after witnessing a memory skills demonstration by two youths during the opening ceremony.

Nurlina Suraiya Md Sharif, 18, and Wong Wan Jiun, 24, impressed Muhyiddin when they successfully memorised and recalled an extensive series of words and numbers that he said their methods should be infused into the school syllabus.

“It was extraordinary,” said Muhyiddin.

“If all Malaysians could learn how to strengthen their minds, they could come up with more useful ideas to help develop the community,” he said.

Muhyiddin added that the ministry could consider introducing a few techniques in selected schools as a pilot project.

“If successful, we could expand it to include other schools,” he said.

In his speech earlier, Muhyiddin said it was imperative for students to combine their knowledge with improved thinking skills.

“True education is not the acquisition of a string of As in examinations.

“Mere paper qualification without soft skills will put anyone at a disadvantage,” he said.

Muhyiddin commended MMLM and its chairman Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik for the movement’s efforts in trying to revitalise a culture of “learning, innovation and creativity” amongst Malaysian youths.

He also urged Malaysians to cultivate a culture of life-long learning for it would encourage them to be more open to new and evolving knowledge and ideas.

He added that the willingness and ability to adapt to change were prerequisites to success.
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Federal Government Has Never Neglected Education Development In Kelantan
July 12, 2009 21:52 PM

KUALA KRAI, July 12 (Bernama)-- The allocation of RM1.702 billion to pay for 977 development projects for education in Kelantan proves that the federal government has never neglected the need for education in the state.

Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said the Kuala Krai district alone received an allocation of RM125.918 million (7.39 per cent) to pay for 75 development projects under the 9th Malaysia Plan (9MP) and the Economic Stimulus Package.

The allocation was for the construction of 13 primary schools and four secondary schools besides upgrading projects, the building of teachers' quarters and hostels.

"As a responsible government, we have never neglected any segment of the community in our country, especially the children who are in dire need of knowledge.

"As such, the allegation that the federal government is neglecting Kelantan, especially Kuala Krai, is totally untrue," said Muhyiddin, who is also Education Minister, when officiating the 38th Teachers' Day Celebrations at the Kelantan state level, at the Sekolah Kebangsaan Manik Urai Baru, here Sunday.

He said that besides the allocation for development, the government was also allocating a total of RM3.406 billion to the Education Ministry to provide 21 types of subsidies to poor students throughout the country.

These included the Supplementary Food Programme (RM254.92 million), hostel food subsidy (RM1.142 billion), Tuition Subsidy Scheme (RM255 million), Text Book Loan Scheme (RM180 million), Poor Students Trust Fund (RM400 million), the provision of educational scholarships exceeding RM270 million annually and other subsidies.

"The provision of these school subsidies is aimed at giving access to the poor students to acquire educational opportunities provided by the government.

"I believe the children in Manik Urai have also benefited from the subsidies provided by the Barisan Nasional government because this is our responsibility to the people," Muhyiddin said.

At the function, he also presented the Teachers' Personality Award for the Kelantan State 2009 to three retired teachers namely Nor Azidah Abdul Aziz, Ariffin Idris and Mohamad Mat Ariff.

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30,000 University Students In Kelantan
July 13, 2009 10:22 AM

KOTA BAHARU, July 13 (Bernama) -- There are some 30,000 students from all over the country studying at the four public higher learning institutions and 10 private ones in Kelantan.

Deputy Education Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah said the increased number was due to the improved tertiary education standards and more higher learning institutions built in the state.

"This is in line with the government's aim of producing quality human capital and making Malaysia an excellent educational hub in the region," he said during his visit to the Universiti Malaysia Kelantan (UMK) temporary campus in Pengkalan Chepa, near here, last Sunday night.

He said the UMK main campus in Kampung Tangok, Bachok and branch campus in Jeli which were under construction and expected to be ready next year, would have 2,100 students when fully operational in 2011. Both campuses cost RM150 million to build.

The temporary campus in Pengkalan Chepa, set up two years ago, can accommodate 1,200 students.
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