Dana RM25j bantu pelajar

Dana RM25j bantu pelajar Sharifah Bee (kiri) pada majlis perasmian pelancaran majalah DANA KCM sambil diperhatikan Mohd Nazim (tiga dari kanan) di Universiti Sains Malaysia, semalam.

Kelas Tuisyen Cikgu Mariyam beri peluang lepasan SPM ke IPTS

Georgetown: Kelas Tuisyen Cikgu Mariyam (KCM) memperuntukkan RM25 juta untuk membantu lepasan Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) dan Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) melanjutkan pengajian tinggi. 

Ketua Pegawai Eksekutifnya, Dr Mohd Nazim Abd Rahman, berkata dana yang akan diberikan kepada pelajar terbabit adalah pemberian terus untuk membolehkan kelompok berkenaan meneruskan pengajian di mana-mana institusi pengajian tinggi swasta (IPTS). 

Tahun lalu, katanya, KCM menyalurkan bantuan wang permulaan kepada 800 pelajar membabitkan nilai keseluruhan RM200,000 bagi menyediakan keperluan menyambung apa juga bidang pengajian. 

“Kita menyasar membantu 2,000 pelajar yang layak untuk dihantar ke mana-mana 120 IPT termasuk IPTS dan ketika ini, 25,000 permohonan sudah diterima dan sedang diteliti pendapatan keluarga bagi memastikan bantuan disalurkan kepada mereka yang layak.

Elak berlaku penipuan 

“Penyaluran dana secara tunai antara RM200 hingga RM10,000 akan dibuat selepas sebulan atau dua pelajar terbabit belajar di IPT terpilih kerana kita tidak mahu berlaku penipuan apabila pelajar tidak pergi belajar selepas menerima bantuan,” katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian selepas majlis perasmian Majalah Dana KCM oleh Timbalan Pengarah Pelajaran Negeri, Dr Sharifah Bee Aboo Bakar, di Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), di sini, semalam. 
Mengenai sumber dana itu, Mohd Nazim berkata, pihaknya menerima sumbangan daripada pihak yang bermurah hati dan mahukan setiap pelajar daripada keluarga miskin mendapat pendidikan tanpa batasan.

Pelajar boleh mendaftar melalui lama web KCM, www.danakcm.my.


Penyaluran dana secara tunai antara RM200 hingga RM10,000 akan dibuat selepas sebulan atau dua pelajar terbabit belajar di IPT terpilih kerana tidak mahu berlaku penipuan apabila pelajar tidak pergi belajar selepas menerima bantuan.

Sumber : Berita Harian Online

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Career Prospects in Advertising, Public Relations, Journalism and Broadcasting Fields

June 11, 2014June 11, 2014
journalism       Feature Author : Sukma Murni Ab Hadi (Learning Specialist & Career Consultant)   If you love to work with people (especially VIPs and celebrities), able to cope with deadline pressures, have creative imaginations and could tolerate changeable schedules, these fields probably suit you well.   Ideally you should have a degree or higher qualifications and equipped yourself with excellent communication skills as well as good time management skills. You have to be articulate, precise and engaging in your approaches with people.   Your salaries and packages normally commensurate with your creative talent and the ability to express yourself in most presentable ways in order to capture and retain your audience. It is a rewarding career and mostly highly paid.   So, what are the careers options in these fields?   Dream Careers in Advertising & Public Relations Field
  • Art Director
  • Creative Director
  • Media Director
  • Designer
  • Illustrator
  • Storyboard Artist
  • Layout Artist
  • Copywriter
  • Corporate Affairs Manager
  • Campaign Manager
  • Branding Manager
  • Advertising Consultant
  • Public Relations Executive
  • Foreign, Government Relations & Public Affairs Officer
  • Corporate Communications Executive
  • Corporate Social Responsibility Manager
  • Accounts Servicing Executive
  • Media Relations / Community Relations Executive
  • Media Planner
  • Media Buyer
  • Media Researcher
  • Production Controller
  • Event Manager / Planner / Co-ordinator
  Dream Careers in Journalism Field
  • Editor
  • News Editor
  • Sub-Editor
  • Journalist
  • Broadcast Journalist
  • Reporter
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  • Content Writer
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  • TV / Radio Producer
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  • Program Director
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  If you are interested to build your careers in Advertising, Public Relations, Journalism and Broadcasting fields, you can further your studies in Mass Communication and choose your major for specialisation purpose.  

How to choose a course?

May 14, 2014May 14, 2014

Selecting the right course is part of the many lifelong choices we make and should not be taken lightly. However, many students are still in the dark when it comes to finding out which course fits them. In this short feature, we give you four ways to help streamline your decision-making process and take charge of your career path.

Know yourself first! mirror

Part of finding out the right course for you is to understand yourself. Here are a few questions you could ask yourself:

  • What are my likes and dislikes?
  • What are my favorite activities?
  • Am I an early riser? Or a midnight owl?
  • Does working in an air conditioned office sound better than working outdoors?
  • Which subjects am I good at? And which subjects am I weak?
  • Am I more reserved and quite? Or do I prefer to socialise with people?
  • What motivates or gives me satisfaction? Is it money? Fame and power? Is it through helping others?
  • Do I take negative comments personally? Or I tend to be more logical?
  • Am I more productive working alone? Or I prefer working with people?
What’s passion got to do with it?   crying   “I failed biology and I didn’t took chemistry. I feel so sad and hopeless but medicine is my passion.”

This is a classic example of how the word “passion” is misused these days.  It’s easy to be misled with the things we want. Getting something you want without actually sacrificing and putting effort on it, doesn’t equate to passion and thereby there is less value to it. In true passion, there is no place for mediocrity, it is about working hard, preparing yourself and giving your best shot.

Are you just under pressure?    pressured As your parents become more involved in your education, it’s likely you will have some disagreements and sometimes make compromises with them about college. While you don’t want to disappoint your parents, you have to find a way to find your own college and course that best fits for you. Respecting your parents’stake, communicating early your career aspirations and finding a way to balance your parents’ wants and your personal goals are a few ways to get the course you really want. Do your research! research  

Kids are very fortunate these days because information is widely available. Unfortunately not everyone would take the time to search and read.

Aside from talking to your parents and peers, there are greater and reliable avenues to get information. Newspapers (print and online) are among the best sources to find out which industry or job is abundant. Job postings on the classifieds give an idea how much a certain job makes. Some business papers provide forecast of what jobs are gonna be in the next few years.  Online forums are also good fishing grounds to get information about an institution of higher education. These information you get to read could help guide you make better and informed career choices. Basically, information is there, you just gotta know how and where to find them. —————— - Written by Lyn Cacha