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Asean and EU launch major scholarship program for Southeast Asian students

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Asean and EU launch major scholarship program for Southeast Asian students


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Games centre at NorthLight School for students to hang out 'in safe environment'

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Games centre at NorthLight School for students to hang out 'in safe environment'


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Student hits teacher with rock - Nation

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Student hits teacher with rock - Nation


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Theater group, students, police use puppets in anti-fraud program

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Theater group, students, police use puppets in anti-fraud program


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Student fined Dh500,000 over profanity in college

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Student fined Dh500,000 over profanity in college


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Former Hong Kong student leader escapes jail sentence for campus protest

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Former Hong Kong student leader escapes jail sentence for campus protest


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Secondary school students among 226 nabbed for drug-related offences, including trafficking

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Secondary school students among 226 nabbed for drug-related offences, including trafficking


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  • Proposal for private tahfiz students in Johor to learn national school syllabus
    Proposal for private tahfiz students in Johor to learn national school syllabus

    , nst.com.my

    JOHOR BARU: Johor has proposed for private tahfiz schools to offer subjects from national school system so that students can choose to sit for public examinations. State Islamic Religious Affairs Committee chairman Abd Mutalip Abd Rahim said this would boost the qualifications of tahfiz students. He said under Johor Tahfiz Quality Assurance Initiative beginning next year, all private tahfiz schools in Johor would need to include a syllabus that could give an option for students to sit for the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia and Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia
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    Categories: Education | 
    Tags: Schools |  Students | 
    Places: Asia |  S.E. Asia |  Malaysia |  Johore | 

Students

  • Proposal for private tahfiz students in Johor to learn national school syllabus
    Proposal for private tahfiz students in Johor to learn national school syllabus

    , nst.com.my

    JOHOR BARU: Johor has proposed for private tahfiz schools to offer subjects from national school system so that students can choose to sit for public examinations. State Islamic Religious Affairs Committee chairman Abd Mutalip Abd Rahim said this would boost the qualifications of tahfiz students. He said under Johor Tahfiz Quality Assurance Initiative beginning next year, all private tahfiz schools in Johor would need to include a syllabus that could give an option for students to sit for the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia and Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia
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    Categories: Education | 
    Tags: Schools |  Students | 
    Places: Asia |  S.E. Asia |  Malaysia |  Johore | 

Higher Education

  • Kerala College Doesnt Want Some Words In Its Magazine, Students Protest
    Kerala College Doesnt Want Some Words In Its Magazine, Students Protest

    , ndtv.com

    KOZHIKODE: A college magazine in Kerala is back in the news, this time because students are protesting the college authorities banning words such as beef, dalit and fascism from the publication. Authorities at the Nadapuram Government Arts and Science College in rural Kozhikode feel the under-graduate students were going too far with their coverage of political topics and want the students to tone down their criticism
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    Categories: Society & Culture |  Education | 
    Places: Asia |  S. Asia |  India |  Kerala | 

Schools

  • Math teacher schools young teammate at Para KL2017
    Math teacher schools young teammate at Para KL2017

    , nst.com.my

    KUALA LUMPUR: Former world champion Didin Taresoh handed teammate Muhammad Naim Ahmad Halmi a masterclass para badminton in the men's singles SS6 (short stature) category final at the Kuala Lumpur Asean Para Games (Para KL2017) today. Didin, a math teacher a SK Bongkud Ranau, Sabah, eased to straights sets 21-1, 24-22 win over Naim, 17, at the Axiata Arena in Bukit Jalil
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    Categories: Sports |  Education | 
    Tags: Tennis |  Badminton |  Schools |  Teachers | 
    Places: Asia |  S.E. Asia |  Malaysia |  Sabah |  Ranau | 

Universities

  • U.S. colleges still attract international students despite country’s racial tensions: USC president
    U.S. colleges still attract international students despite country’s racial tensions: USC president

    , japantimes.co.jp

    Despite the heightened state of racial tensions in the United States, interest in the nation’s higher education system remains strong among international students, the president of the oldest private university in California said. Speaking to The Japan Times on Wednesday ahead of an academic conference in Tokyo this week, Dr. Max Nikias, president of the University of Southern California, said the institution’s international student applicant pool grew by 5 percent this year
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    Categories: Society & Culture |  Education | 
    Places: Americas |  North America |  United States |  Asia |  N.E. Asia |  Japan |  Tokyo | 

Tertiary Education

  • Kerala College Doesnt Want Some Words In Its Magazine, Students Protest
    Kerala College Doesnt Want Some Words In Its Magazine, Students Protest

    , ndtv.com

    KOZHIKODE: A college magazine in Kerala is back in the news, this time because students are protesting the college authorities banning words such as beef, dalit and fascism from the publication. Authorities at the Nadapuram Government Arts and Science College in rural Kozhikode feel the under-graduate students were going too far with their coverage of political topics and want the students to tone down their criticism
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    Categories: Society & Culture |  Education | 
    Places: Asia |  S. Asia |  India |  Kerala | 

Examinations

  • Confusion over ‘mandatory’ Hindi test in Delhi University
    Confusion over ‘mandatory’ Hindi test in Delhi University

    , indianexpress.com

    Written by Shradha Chettri | New Delhi | Updated: September 20, 2017 8:09 am The row over the Compulsory Hindi Test (CHT) has returned to Delhi University, with some colleges putting up a notice asking all students to appear for the exam, scheduled at the end of the semester. The exam, which is mandatory to get a degree, has led to some discomfiture, especially among students from the Northeast, many of whom say they have not studied Hindi beyond Class VIII
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    Places: Asia |  S. Asia |  India | 

Colleges

  • Kerala College Doesnt Want Some Words In Its Magazine, Students Protest
    Kerala College Doesnt Want Some Words In Its Magazine, Students Protest

    , ndtv.com

    KOZHIKODE: A college magazine in Kerala is back in the news, this time because students are protesting the college authorities banning words such as beef, dalit and fascism from the publication. Authorities at the Nadapuram Government Arts and Science College in rural Kozhikode feel the under-graduate students were going too far with their coverage of political topics and want the students to tone down their criticism
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