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    Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor (left) being conferred the honorary Doctor of Letters degree by Australiaís by Curtin University chancellor Dr Jim Gill at its convocation in Perth on Saturday.


    DATIN Seri Rosmah Mansor was on Saturday conferred the honorary Doctor of Letters degree by Australia's Curtin University in recognition of her efforts in the development of education, particularly children's education, through the Permata Negara programme.


    Chancellor of Curtin University Dr Jim Gill presented the doctorate to the prime minister's wife at its convocation here.

    Present at the event were Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, Foreign Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman, Malaysia's High Commissioner to Australia Datuk Salman Ahmad and Malaysia's consul-general here Hamidah Ashari.

    More than 500 graduates also received their degrees at the convocation.

    Rosmah, in her acceptance speech, expressed her deepest gratitude to the council members of Curtin University for the conferment.

    Emphasising the importance of early education, Rosmah said many of the world's social ills could be mitigated when education was made accessible to all, including rural people and the urban poor.

    She said that when the young were prepared from an early age, they would be mentally, emotionally and psychologically more adept in projecting the best of themselves by the time they received tertiary education.

    "It is proven that the formative years of a child, to at least 5 years of age, significantly determine his or her ability to succeed later in life. There could potentially be a lost opportunity if we do not invest in the right kind of early education for our children."

    Rosmah said the early childhood education and care programme (ECEC) under the banner of Permata Negara was to ensure that Malaysia's education focused on holistic human development from an early age.

    She said that it was with this conviction, and through discussions with a wide range of professionals and volunteers in Malaysia, that the programme was launched in 2007 and known as Permata, meaning jewel or gem, to symbolise the young as invaluable assets of the country.

    Rosmah said the Permata programme provided opportunities for children below the age of 5, from rural and urban families in the lower socio-economic group, to experience a holistic learning environment.

    "Learning is based on exploration, experience and experiment-designed to instil and promote inquisitiveness and curiosity in a child.

    "We benchmarked Permata to several high-performing programmes from around the world."

    Rosmah said that in just five years, the Permata Negara programme had expanded from five pilot projects to more than 600 Permata childcare centres around the country.

    "Our work continues with further expansion to ensure that no child is left behind or deprived of quality education."

    The Permata programme also encompasses four other programmes. A centre for the academically gifted and talented has a school for students aged 16 to 17 attached to Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.

    Rosmah thanked her family, especially her husband and children, for enabling her to contribute to the country. Bernama




    sumber: http://www.nst.com.my/local/general/...-perth-1.45833
    Last edited by Slash; 14-02-12, 05:36 PM.

  • #2
    Re: Itís Dr Rosmah now

    'Honorary' PhD ni orang tak heran dah... Lots of moron nowadays have honorary title/qualification.

    OK, apa lagi berita terbaru?


    2009

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    • #3
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      comel plak rosmah dgn canselor..

      ^^

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      • #4
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        lembu punya susu
        sapi dapat nama

        setau aku, PERMATA PINTAR ni idea Dr. Noriah, head project ni
        dia beria-ria pertahankan projek ni
        bila borak dengan dia, aku memang setuju sangat projek ni
        memang ada rasionalnya
        tapi tak dinafikan, campur tangan politik merosakkan imej projek ni
        dia pernah luahkan bila orang asyik kaitkan projek ni dengan Mek Mah ni
        tapi dia redah jugak sebab nak pertahankan projek ni
        n sebenarnya kalau nak tahu, memang setiap kali budjet PERMATA dapat peruntukan yang sangatlah banyaknya
        tapi pengalaman aku mengajar dalam tu 2 tahun, semua nya memang lah sangat tak indah seperti disangka
        dahla makanan n servis tak padan dengan peruntukan...sebab? kroni dapat maaa...
        tinggal sisa je ~lala

        politik Mek Mah

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        • #5
          Re: Itís Dr Rosmah now

          DR ladies fashion

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          • #6
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            tahniah datin seri

            kita patut bangga kerana memiliki isteri perdana menteri yang bijak.

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            • #7
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              ada member keje kat company oil n gas kat qatar..masa sembang2 ngan kawan2 negara lain pasal tmpt2 menarik kat malaysia tetiba kawan dia org croatia "who is your current prime minister... the lady?" LOL

              back to topic..Honorary PhD ka..PhD dr bogus university ka..the 'painful' takkan sama..org yg betul2 buat research baru tahu nilai title "Dr" kt depan tu..huhu
              Last edited by fizah_tinggi; 15-02-12, 02:15 AM.

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              • #8
                Re: Itís Dr Rosmah now

                tahniah la Datuk Dr Rosmah Masor.. Setanding la dgn isteri Tun M ada title Dr jugak walaupun lain..

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                • #9
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                  Demmm!!!
                  She can't even give a 360 degrees smile for this!







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                  • #10
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                    So... newspaper hari ni berapa page kena buat full print ucap tahniah?

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                    • #11
                      Re: Itís Dr Rosmah now

                      Originally posted by Ahn View Post
                      Demmm!!!
                      She can't even give a 360 degrees smile for this!







                      .

                      that's what we call....elegant?
                      no..poyo hahaha

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                      • #12
                        Re: Itís Dr Rosmah now

                        Originally posted by ekzos_pipe View Post
                        tahniah la Datuk Dr Rosmah Masor.. Setanding la dgn isteri Tun M ada title Dr jugak walaupun lain..
                        tak setanding gak tu. Dr siti hasmah ada medical doktor yg bukan dpt dgn goyang kaki je..

                        apa pu, org dah nk bagi gelaran tu, takkan nk tolak ye tak, tahniah le datin sri

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                        • #13
                          Re: Itís Dr Rosmah now

                          masa aku pegi RCSI Dublin, kat wall hall of fame situ, nampak nama Dr Wan Azizah, aku snap satu pix

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                          • #14
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                            Originally posted by mnajem View Post
                            masa aku pegi RCSI Dublin, kat wall hall of fame situ, nampak nama Dr Wan Azizah, aku snap satu pix

                            wall of fame untuk ape mnajem?

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                            • #15
                              Re: Itís Dr Rosmah now

                              tak silap best student of the year kat RCSI tu.

                              http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/171936
                              http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_C...ons_in_Ireland
                              http://ireland.fosis.org.uk/about-us/history

                              The 70's saw two distinguished Muslims from Malaysia. One was Dr. Abdul Razack Kichik who had a very eloquent recitation of the Holy Quraan and the second was the famous RCSI medical student Dr. Wan Azizah Wan Ismail who was awarded the prestigious MacNaughton-Jones gold medal in 1977 for being the top student in obstetrics and gynecology for her year. She would later marry Anwar Ibrahim (former Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia) and become the leader of the People's Justice Party and for a short period of time the leader of the Malaysian government opposition.
                              ni pix org lain:
                              http://s440.photobucket.com/albums/q...0.jpg&newest=1

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