The time and energy spent tirelessly by teachers and volunteers tirelessly, not only motivate students, but also give hope and opens up incomparable opportunities to specific groups. Therefore, the caring nature needs to be properly nurtured so that it can become the main identity for the present and future generations. The Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports highlighted these matters during the Convocation Ceremony for Curahan Ilmu Programme yesterday afternoon.
Yang Berhormat Retired Major General Dato Paduka Seri Haji Aminuddin Ihsan bin Pehin Orang Kaya Saiful Mulok Dato Seri Paduka Haji Abidin said the Curahan Ilmu programme has shown that the sharing of teaching resources and support from all levels of society are very important in achieving the desired objectives. Yang Berhormat added, it reflects that efforts to help the needy are a shared responsibility and the programme clearly shows the ability of each party to give a significant impact from the grassroots level. To give the best, what is most important is the partnership, cooperation and teamwork. Yang Berhormat also said that every student is able to achieve the best result through inclusive guidance, support and encouragement.
The ceremony continued with certificate and prize presentation to 44 students undertaking the programme. The programme was held from the 6th of February 2020 to the 23rd of November 2020. It was jointly-organised by the Community and Relationship Bureau, RPN Panchor Mengkubau Village Consultative Council, Teachmeguru, Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports, Brunei Muara District Office and Youth Transformation Community Club, KKBT. Under the programme, students were given free tuition classes in 4 subjects namely Bahasa Melayu, Mathematics, Science and English.
Source: Radio Television Brunei