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Tawaran Biasiswa Kecil Yayasan TM 2011 - Dibuka

Saya dimaklumkan Biasiswa Kecil Yayasan TM dibuka sekarang sehingga 18 Februari. Kepada yang layak, boleh cuba memohon.

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Permohonan adalah terbuka kepada pelajar Tingkatan 1 dan Tingkatan 4 tahun 2011 sahaja.

Permohonan hendaklah dibuat secara aplikasi dalam talian dengan melayari laman web Yayasan TM di alamat http://ytm.tm.com.my mulai 19 Januari 2011.

Tarikh tutup permohonan adalah pada 18 Februari 2011.

Membentuk Anak Soleh & Solehah Dalam Era Globalisasi

Assalamualaikum

Di jemput  yg berkelapangan untuk turut serta dalam program keibubapaan; Membentuk Anak Soleh & Solehah Dalam Era Globalisasi seperti berikut;




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Latihan Kinabalu: Gunung Dato' Rembau ditawan

Salam semua,
 
Alhamdulillah, seramai 23 peserta dari BSP, BBM dan sekitar KL dan kawasan utara telah berjaya menawan Gunung Dato' Rembau pada 16 Jan 2011 tengah hari. Ini merupakan latihan kumpulan pertama bagi XPDC GK 11.11.11 insyaAllah.

Wassalam terima kasih.
 

Ahmad Yusof 019-359 8489

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Wacana "Industri Lakonan dan Dunia Artis Menurut ISLAM" di Bangsar

Salam
 
Satu wacana akan dianjurkan bertajuk Industri Lakonan dan Dunia Artis Menurut ISLAM pada:
 
Tarikh: 20 Jan, Khamis
Waktu: 9 Mlm
Tempat: Dewan Masjid Bangsar
Panel jemputan: Ust Fadlan Othman (Ketua Ulama UMNO), Muhaimin Sulam (drp PAS) dan Erma Fatima (Seniwati)
 
Dijemput hadir bagi yg ada kelapangan.

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“Ke Arah Negara Berpendapatan Tinggi : Memahami Liberalisasi Ekonomi dan Pembukaan Pasaran”

Majlis Pelancaran Siri Seminar IDEAS – www.AkademiMerdeka.org

"Ke Arah Negara Berpendapatan Tinggi : Memahami Liberalisasi Ekonomi dan Pembukaan Pasaran"

Masa: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Tarikh: Tuesday 25th January 2011

Tempat: Dewan Senat, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.

Perasmian dan Ucapan Pembukaan oleh:

- Dato' Saifuddin Abdullah, Timbalan Menteri Pengajian Tinggi I, Malaysia.
- Prof. Tan Sri Dato' Dr. Sharifah Hapsah Syed Hasan Shahabudin, Naib Canselor Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.
- Wan Saiful Wan Jan, Pengarah Eksekutif Institute for Democracy & Economic Affairs (IDEAS)

Para penceramah:

- Dr Ong Kian Ming, Pensyarah di UCSI
- Noor Amin Noor Ahmad, Fellow di IDEAS

Program ini merupakan kerjasama www.AkademiMerdeka.org, IDEAS, UKM, International Policy Network, dan PESEPSI 


Siri seminar ini akan membincangkan idea-idea untuk membawa Malaysia mencapai status Negara Berpendapatan Tinggi. Dari pelajar ke professor, semuanya akan bersama berkongsi akal fikiran apakah idea terbaik untuk merealisasikan impian Malaysia menjadi sebuah negara yang kukuh dari aspek ekonomi. Semua dijemput hadir.


Pengawal terima gaji baru akhir bulan ini

Pengawal terima gaji baru akhir bulan ini

http://www.utusan.com.my/utusan/info.asp?y=2011&dt=0112&pub=Utusan_Malaysia&sec=Terkini&pg=bt_18.htm

12/01/2011 2:33pm

KUALA LUMPUR, 12 Jan. - Lebih daripada 100,000 pengawal keselamatan di negara ini dijangka menerima gaji minimum RM700 pada hujung bulan ini.

Ketua Pengarah Jabatan Tenaga Kerja Datuk Sheikh Yahya Sheikh Mohammed berkata, kerajaan tidak berganjak daripada keputusan bahawa pelaksanaan gaji minimum itu adalah pada 1 Januari lepas.

Jika ada pengawal keselamatan tidak menerima gaji baru pada 31 Januari ini, mereka harus bertanya kepada majikan dan membuat laporan kepada Pejabat Tenaga Kerja berhampiran sekiranya masih tidak ada perubahan selepas itu, katanya di sini hari ini.

Sheikh Yahya berkata, jabatan itu telah berjumpa dengan Persatuan Perkhidmatan Kawalan Keselamatan Malaysia bagi menjelaskan keputusan kerajaan tersebut.

Sementara itu, Kongres Kesatuan Sekerja Malaysia (MTUC) menyambut baik keputusan kerajaan tersebut yang seiring dengan salah satu resolusi yang dibuat mereka pada persidangan bulan lepas. - Bernama

KURSUS IBADAH UMRAH PERCUMA

Assalamualaikum,

Pihak Sahabat Ukhuwah Resources akan mengadakan kursus ibadah umrah secara PERCUMA pada masa, dan tempat berikut :

Tarikh : Bermula Ahad, 16 Januari 2011

Masa : 9:00 am hingga 12.00pm

Tempat : Sahabat Ukhuwah Resources, No. 26, Jalan Seri Putra 1/2, Bandar Seri Putra, Bangi, 43000 Kajang, Selangor (bersebelahan Klinik Ummu Ammar lama)

Moderator : Ust. Hj. Md. Roslan bin Mohd. (Mantan Pengarah Urusan, Irna Yakin Travel & Tour Sdn. Bhd.)

Ust Hj. Mohd. Hasnil bin Abu Bakar (Pembimbing kursus Haji Bersiri, Lembaga Tabung Haji.

TEMPAT TERHAD

Wassalam

Sumber: http://putra-mahkota.com/forum/index.php?topic=6325.0;topicseen

Highrise Blog Updates - December 2010

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Highrise Blog Digest

 

How To Open A Building Maintenance Fund (BMF) Account

This week, we're going to take a little detour from our series of Act 663 articles and share with you the procedures of opening a Building Maintenance Fund (BMF) account.
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Best Practices Every Joint Management Committee (JMC) Treasurer Should Practice

We've spent the last few weeks covering the Building Maintenance Fund (BMF) as well as some of the issues faced. Clearly, knowing how to manage the Joint Management Body's (JMB) funds properly is essential. However, the Joint Management Committee (JMC) members – who are responsible for the management – are elected on a voluntary basis and may or may not have prior experience in managing such tasks.

On the National House Buyers Association's (HBA) forum board, we've come across a posting by a treasurer for a JMB and a Management Corporation (MC). This particular treasurer ("Treasurer") is not an accountant by trade, but he has shared some very good practices which we would like to pass on to our readers.
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What Every JMB and MC Should Know About Elevator Maintenance And Safety

I'm one of those who love living on the higher floors. The view, the lack of mosquitoes, and the knowledge that only Spiderman can scale up the walls to my window at that height, are all positive reasons as far as I'm concerned. Of course, if the elevator broke down, it would be a whole different story. Or worse, what if the elevator breaks down while I'm inside it! I'm sure we have all seen elevators plunging to its dark depths in many Hollywood movies.

But how many have given much thought to these machines? You probably ride them every day, not just at your high-rise building but probably at work too. Elevators are considered common property and servicing and maintaining elevators are part of a Joint Management Body's (JMB) and Management Corporation's (MC) responsibilities.
Read More

 

Highrise Demonstration In Hi Def

We've been getting lots of requests for a demonstration of our Highrise platform (especially of late). And since it's the season of giving with Christmas just around the corner, we decided to give you what you have asked for.
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DOSH: 21 Competent Companies To Service Your Elevators

Last week, we talked about a few of the key points that all Joint Management Bodies (JMB) and Management Corporations (MC) should be aware of regarding maintaining the condition of elevators in condominiums. According to the law, elevators should be serviced at least once every 3 months, and by companies that are competent.
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Sistem Pendidikan Menggunakan Vocher

Artikel yg menarik singgah dalam mailbox saya dan saya kongsikan di sini. Secara mudahnya, penulis mencadangkan agar sekolah bersaing untuk kebaikan pelajar dan sistem vocher diperkenalkan diberi mengikut kemana murid itu pilih sekolah.

School improvement: should we go Dutch?

Source:http://ideas.org.my/2011/01/school-improvement-should-we-go-dutch/
January 8th, 2011 by admin Categories: Opinion, Other, Public Services No Responses

By Wan Saiful Wan Jan, The Edge, 8 January 2011

Several parents contacted me to share their stories after reading my article last month. There is one common thread to all the stories. Parents want the best for their children and they feel that private schools are better. But they don't have the money to pay private school fees. I can fully understand how frustrating it is, because that is also my personal experience.

Let's make one thing clear. I am in no way suggesting that all private schools are good by default. But there are at least two forces that push private schools to continuously improve – the forces of competition and decentralisation.

Private schools must compete for paying clients. The only way they can "defeat" their rivals – other private schools and taxpayer-funded state schools – is by ensuring their students perform better. State schools will survive no matter how they perform. In contrast, private schools that perform badly will head towards certain death because parents will exercise their choice and opt for a better one.

On the other hand, the management of private schools is certainly more decentralised. They have more freedom to innovate and improvise. This liberty empowers teachers and school managers to do what is best for their students, not simply following directives from politicians and Putrajaya overlords. A recent report by McKinsey published in November 2010 argues that decentralisation, including in pedagogical issues, is an important feature of a school that is moving towards excellence.

But there remains the problem of affordability. The key therefore is to introduce competition (and the parental choice that comes with it) and decentralisation while keeping schools free. To me this is still a compromise because total privatisation would be the best way. But it is a very good and most acceptable compromise for now.

The central principle is that taxpayers' money should follow students. The voucher system is among the best options. We must develop one that is suited for our country.

School vouchers is not a new system. Andrew Coulson, Director of Cato Institute's Center for Educational Freedom, suggested that the earliest explicit description of the idea can be found in Adam Smith's Wealth of Nation, first published in 1776. More recently, in 2005 Reason Magazine called Nobel Prize winner Milton Friedman as the Father of Modern School Reform. Until his death in 2006, Friedman tirelessly campaigned for the voucher system, believing that education subsidies, if it were to continue, must be targeted at consumers and not suppliers.

Thanks to funding from the Dutch government, I was able to visit Holland in November 2010, partly to look at the Dutch school system. Dutch parents have enjoyed the benefits of school voucher and choice since 1917. Educational freedom is in fact enshrined in the Dutch constitution.

Dutch schools are government-funded, yet approximately 70 per cent of schools are private. All schools, including private schools, receive full government funding based on student numbers and manpower needs. Schools do not charge top-up fees, thus ensuring that all schools remain essentially free. But parents can donate for additional activities.

When I met Dr Frans van Noort, the principal of St Gregorius College, a religious secondary school in Utrecht, he explained that teachers and administrative staff (including himself) are employed by the school itself. They are not government employees the way our Malaysian teachers are employed. This gives the school management full ability to reward and sanction teachers and staff based on their performance in nurturing students.

I also met Ton Duif, head of AVS, the trade union for school leaders. He fiercely defended the independence of schools, arguing that he would never allow government to interfere unnecessarily in the terms and conditions of service of school leaders that are his members. It must have been the first time I had a face-to-face meeting with a trade union head arguing against government intervention, out of conviction that employers are partners, not the enemy.

Having spoken to a few groups of Dutch schoolchildren, at a cursory glance, I must say that if we compare them with Malaysian students at the same age group, they are more mature in their thinking. Nevertheless my personal observation is limited and cannot be taken as the benchmark. For that, we need to refer to TIMSS and PISA, the two global education assessments schemes usually used for international benchmarking. Holland consistently performs very well in both.

The Dutch system is an example of how choice, competition and decentralisation created by the voucher system benefit students. Commenting on the Dutch system, a World Bank report entitled The Role and Impact of Public-Private Partnerships in Education published in 2009 says "the system is not only successful academically but is also cost effective, yielding good results at relatively low cost". In other words, it works.

It is time for those who believe education is a public good and cannot be run by the private sector or be privatised to ask themselves how much longer they want to allow their false belief to trump our children's education attainment. It is wrong to place this mistaken ideology over and above the rights of our children to receive excellent quality education.

Sesi Persekolahan 2011 - SRA-BSP dan SK-BSP

Rakaman sesi pagi di SK-BSP dan SRA-BSP.

Di SK-BSP


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Kanak-kanak kelas khas sedang berehat bersama guru-guru.

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Kanak-kanak kelas khas sedang berehat bersama guru-guru.



Di SRA-BSP

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-Khai@BSP-

INFO YURAN SK-BSP

INFO YURAN

Yuran sekolah : RM38.50 (Tahun 1 hingga 6)

Yuran PIBG : RM30.00 (bg setiap keluarga-bayar pada guru kelas anak yg plg muda)

T-Shirt Sukan : RM15.00 ( Mengikut warna rumah sukan)

Name Tag : RM3.00 (3 keping - jika perlu).

Bayar pada guru kelas, bermula esok.Tunai sahaja. Jika dikirimkan kepada anak, masukkan dalam envelope yg ditulis nama dan kelas anak.

-CG

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