Monday, March 24, 2008

Luv Songssss......

I am sick of that love song...What song???? Do i care.....today all the luv song is about sad moment or someone was dumped by their love ones....huhuhu...DAmn i hate those kind of song...hahahaha....We as bloggers does not have the time to write about love....hehehe...ok...BUT love is a sweet thing to talk about...

Sunday, March 23, 2008

A DAmn VidEO

video Hohohoho... Enjoy the Damn Video....

Friday, March 21, 2008

Royal Malaysian Air Force


This is an anouncement to all job seekers. TUDM or RMAF(Royal Malaysian Air Force) invites all male who interested to become a member of RMAF can go to a job interview(walk in) at RMAF Base (Kuching) on the 23rd March 2008. For more information visit the RMAF EXPO at KuchinG Waterfront from 21st until 23rd of March..

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Full Cabinet List of Malaysia

Perdana Menteri : Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
Timbalan Perdana Menteri: Datuk Seri Najib Razak
JABATAN PERDANA MENTERI
Menteri : Tan Sri Bernard Dompok
Menteri: Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz
Menteri : Datuk Ahmad Zahid Hamidi
Menteri : Datuk Zaid Ibrahim (senator)
Menteri : Datuk Amirsham A Aziz (senator)
Timbalan : Datuk Johari Baharum
Timbalan : Datuk Dr Mashitah Ibrahim (senator)
Timbalan : S K Devamany
Timbalan : Datuk Hasan Malek

KEMENTERIAN DALAM NEGERI
Menteri : Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar
Timbalan : Datuk Chor Chee Heung
Timbalan : Datuk Wan Ahmad Farid Wan Salleh (senator)

KEMENTERIAN KEWANGAN
Menteri : Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi
MenteriII : Tan Sri Nor Mohamed Yakcop
Timbalan : Datuk Ahmad Husni Mohamad Hanadzlah
Timbalan : Datuk Kong Cho Ha

KEMENTERIAN PENGANGKUTAN
Menteri : Datuk Ong Tee Keat
Timbalan : Datuk Anifah Aman

KEMENTERIAN KERJA RAYA
Menteri : Datuk Ir. Mohd Zin Mohamed
Timbalan : Datuk Yong Khoon Seng

KEMENTERIAN PERUSAHAAN PERLADANGAN DAN KOMODITI
Menteri : Datuk Peter Chin Fah Kui
Timbalan : A Kohilan Pillay (senator)

KEMENTERIAN TENAGA, AIR DAN KOMUNIKASI
Menteri : Datuk Shaziman Abu Mansor
Timbalan : Datuk Joseph Salang Gandum

KEMENTERIAN PERDAGANGAN ANTARABANGSA DAN INDUSTRI
Menteri : Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin
Timbalan : Datuk Liew Vui Keong
Timbalan : Datuk Jacob Dungau Sagan

KEMENTERIAN PERTANIAN DAN INDUSTRI ASAS TANI
Menteri : Datuk Mustapa Mohamed
Timbalan : Datuk Rohani Abdul Karim

KEMENTERIAN PERDAGANGAN DALAM NEGERI DAN HAL EHWAL PENGGUNA
Menteri : Datuk Shahrir Abdul Samad
Timbalan : Jelaing anak Mersat

KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN
Menteri : Datuk Hishammuddin Hussein
Timbalan : Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong
Timbalan : Datuk Razali Ismail

KEMENTERIAN PENERANGAN
Menteri : Datuk Ahmad Shabery Cheek
Timbalan : Datuk Tan Lian Hoe
KEMENTERIAN PERPADUAN, KEBUDAYAAN, KESENIAN DAN WARISAN
Menteri : Datuk Mohd Shafie Apdal
Timbalan : Teng Boon Soon

KEMENTERIAN SUMBER MANUSIA
Menteri : Datuk Dr S Subramaniam
Timbalan : Datuk Noraini Ahmad
KEMENTERIAN SAINS TEKNOLOGI DAN INOVASI
Menteri : Datuk Dr Maximus Ongkili
Timbalan : Fadillah Yusof

KEMENTERIAN PERUMAHAN DAN KERAJAAN TEMPATAN
Menteri : Datuk Ong Ka Chuan
Timbalan : Datuk Robert Lau Hoi Chew
Timbalan : Datuk Hamzah Zainudin

KEMENTERIAN PERTAHANAN
Menteri : Datuk Seri Najib Razak
Timbalan : Datuk Wira Abu Seman Yusop

KEMENTERIAN KEMAJUAN LUAR BANDAR DAN WILAYAH
Menteri : Tan Sri Muhammad Muhd Taib
Timbalan : Tan Sri Joseph Kurup
Timbalan : Joseph Entulu Belaun

KEMENTERIAN LUAR NEGERI
Menteri : Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim
Timbalan : Datuk Seri Tengku Azlan Abu Bakar

KEMENTERIAN BELIA DAN SUKAN
Menteri : Datuk Ismail Sabri Yaakob
Timbalan : Wee Jeck Seng
KEMENTERIAN KESIHATAN
Menteri : Datuk Liow Tiong Lai
Timbalan : Datuk Dr. Abdul Latiff Ahmad

KEMENTERIAN PEMBANGUNAN USAHAWAN DAN KOPERASI
Menteri : Datuk Noh Omar
Timbalan : Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah

KEMENTERIAN PEMBANGUNAN WANITA,KELUARGA DAN MASYARAKAT
Menteri : Datuk Dr Ng Yen Yen
Timbalan : Noriah Kasnon

KEMENTERIAN PELANCONGAN
Menteri : Datuk Seri Azalina Othman Said
Timbalan Menteri : Datuk Seri Sulaiman Abdul Rahman Abdul Taib

KEMENTERIAN WILAYAH PERSEKUTUAN
Menteri : Datuk Zulhasnan Rafique
Timbalan Menteri : Datuk M Saravanan

KEMENTERIAN PENGAJIAN TINGGI
Menteri : Datuk Seri Khaled Nordin
Timbalan Menteri : Datuk Dr Hou Kok Chung
Timbalan Menteri : Datuk Idris Haron
KEMENTERIAN SUMBER ASLI DAN ALAM SEKITAR
Menteri : Datuk Douglas Uggah Embas
Timbalan Menteri : Datuk Seri Abdul Ghapur Salleh
Source: Bernama
I as a citizen of Malaysia hopes that the new cabinet can work as hard as they can to regain trust from Malaysian especially voters. SELAMAT AMAN MAKMUR, MALAYSIAN FOR MALAYSIA, MENJADIKAN MALAYSIA NEGARA KEBAJIKAN..The beautiful colour of Malaysia.
Say NO to CORRUPTORS

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

my DREam PHone-W910i


The Walkman series is a huge success for the Japanese-Swedish phone-maker and it's not difficult to see why. One of the latest in the lineup is the W910i which sports a new media-browsing interface, built-in sensor motion for both music and games, and is backed by a strong suite of cellular connectivity features. Two colors are available for the W910i--Hearty Red and Noble Black--at a current retail of S$798 (US$525) without plan.
DesignThough Sony Ericsson is not best known for its slider designs, we had no issues with the sliding mechanism of this music phone. It slides up smoothly and in a controlled manner to reveal a numeric keypad. At 12.5mm, it is extremely slim and weighs a mere 86g. Like most of the recent Sony Ericsson handsets, the W910i drops the Return key and sports Call/End keys instead. Like the Sony Ericsson W550i, the W910i also comes with two tiny additional buttons on both sides of the earpiece above the LCD screen. While we didn't find any assigned use for the two buttons in the preinstalled games, we did find them useful as shortcut keys to the image library from the main menu. In the camera mode, the two gaming buttons double as camera control keys. The tapered design of the W910i's bottom area has pros and cons. The good thing is the top row of the numeric keys has more "breathing space" for the thumbs during typing. However, this design on the bottom slab also means its single connector has to be placed elsewhere. This is found on its left side, a placement we felt was not ideal. Headphones should ideally be jacked into a phone or music player from the top or bottom, so the device can be placed in a pocket comfortably.

We normally expect keys on slider keypads to be flushed with the phone's body, a necessity because you don't want raised keys to block the closing action. While the W910i's keys provide sufficient relief, we felt that the three-column layout does not give enough distinction between keys in the vertical direction. It may have been a better idea to have smaller keys but with each one separated, with a divider, from the adjacent one. While some people may find the W910i a tad too wide, one of the key advantages of this form factor is really a more comfortable fit to the face when making phone calls. More importantly, the W910i also comes with a large and crisp QVGA display that certainly makes it ideal for watching videos as well as playing games in landscape viewing mode. A useful built-in light sensor just beside the right control key helps to automatically adjust the brightness of the screen when the phone is used in different lighting environments. Those who plan to access the battery or SIM will have to take note. The battery cover is locked in place by a tiny plastic catch which should not be too difficult to break. Fortunately, the M2 card slot is located on its own just below the volume control keys.

Monday, March 17, 2008

SPM REsuLT....S**ks

the day had come....the Result has came out...anyway, even thought my result is not that good..i Still thank god cause giving me such a result.......i got 61A 3 2A 1 4B...hahaha.4B is for eSt.....SADDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD....................

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Petronas

Petronas, short for Petroliam Nasional Berhad, is Malaysia's state owned oil and gas company that was founded on August 17 1974. Wholly-owned by the Government, the corporation is vested with the entire oil and gas resources in Malaysia and is entrusted with the responsibility of developing and adding value to these resources..
Since its incorporation Petronas has grown to be an integrated international oil and gas company with business interests in 31 countries. As of the end of March 2005, the Petronas Group comprised 103 wholly-owned subsidiaries, 19 partly-owned outfits and 57 associated companies. Together, these companies make the Petronas Group, which is involved in various oil and gas based activities.

Scholarship Name

Petronas Education Scholarship

Overseas Programs

Degree Programs at Foreign Universities

Engineering, Applied Science, Business Management and Economics.
Under the programs, scholars will pursue their pre-university programs (A-Levels / International Baccalaureate / Australian Foundation / New Zealand Foundation) in Malaysia and must excel prior to pursuing undergraduate studies overseas.


Local Programs

Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP) Programs.

Degree Programs at Local Universities

Degree courses in engineering and technology at one of the most prestigious universities in Malaysia. Admission is based on excellent SPM qualifications. Under this programs, students are required to follow and pass the Foundation Programs (1 year) at UTP before proceeding with a Bachelor Programs.

How to apply
Apply online at Petronas Education Scholarship

Closing Date

Usually March every year.

PSD(JPA) SCHOLARSHIP

OVERSEAS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Top University Program
Under this finanacial aid program, excellent students will be chosen to undergo a preparatory course in the country for about one to two years. This financial aid program is being conducted in local preparatory colleges. The students will then be placed in top overseas universities subject to the following conditions,passed with distinction in the preparatory program, has been offered a place in any of the top universities listed by JPA and certified medically fit.
The countries chosen for this scholarship program are the United States of America, the United Kingdom and Australia.

German Engineering Program
Students selected for scholarship under this program will have to undergo a two-year preparatory course at PPPITM, Shah Alam. In this course, the students will be thought the basic of the German language and will have to sit for A-Level Examinations. Those who pass the university entrance examination will be sent to pursue their first degree in any German University.

LOCAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Scholarship
Scholarships are being awarded to excellent local students in fields such as Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Engineering and Science and Technology. Scholarships are also awarded to excellent students in the Ministry of Education's polytechnics.

Loans
Loans are being given only to students in local polytechnics. At the moment, the Training Division also finance overseas students who face financial problems. However, the loan being given is only to support their tuition fees.

How to apply
Application forms for students in local universities can be collected from the Student Affairs Department or also can be download at http://www.jpa.gov.my/info/kursus1.htm.

For other sponsorship programs, the application forms can be collected from JPA when advertised in local newspapers.

Interested candidate please contact:
Public Service Department
Training DivisionLevel 4, 5 & 6, Block C1, Parcel C
Federal Government Administrative Center,
62510 PUTRAJAYA
Tel: 03-88853412
Fax: 03-88892164
E-Mail: jalilahs@jpa.gov.my

Monday, March 3, 2008

Perbadanan Tabung Pendidikan Tinggi Nasional Malaysia (PTPTN)

Agency Profile

Perbadanan Tabung Pendidikan Tinggi Nasional Malaysia (PTPTN) was established to help students gain entry to Higher Level Institutions of Education in Public (IPTA) and Private (IPTS) sector.


This PTPTN Study Loans program was established in 1999 and is mainly focused on students who have gained admission to local universities but are unable to further their studies due to financial constraints.

Applications are only open to students who have gained admission at local universities or private colleges. PTPTN will evaluate the financial background of the applicant's family before approving the application. Decision made by the authority is final. No correspondence will be entertain.


Education Fund Name


Perbadanan Tabung Pendidikan Tinggi Nasional Malaysia (PTPTN)


PTPTN Study Loan Distribution Mechanism:


  • Transfer of funds is via the applicant's institute of higher learning-IPT concerned.

  • The institute of higher learning-IPT will make the necessary deduction for the fee incurred.

  • The remaining funds will be transferred to the applicant's bank account by the institute of higher learning-IPT.


Insurance:



  • Applicant is required to subscribe insurance coverage.


  • The premium will be made on behalf of the applicant.


PTPTN Study Loan Repayment:


  • Monthly installments will include administration cost of 4% based on reducing balance.

  • The repayments will commence 6 months after graduation or in the event of securing a career, whichever is earlier.

  • Payments have to made via Lembaga Hasil Dalam Negeri (LHDN)

  • Other methods of payment will need to be approved by PTPTN.

Medium of Application:



  • Application can be made through Bahagian Hal Ehwal Pelajar (HEP) or Students Affair Department in the respective IPT (Institution of Higher Learning.

  • Other methods will be determined by PTPTN.


Criterias / Conditions for the PTPTN Study Loan Application: PTPTN will approve application to applicant who fulfill the following:-


  • Malaysian citizenship

  • Applicant must be a full-time student in his/her first degree program and diploma program as well as in one of the 11 local public institutes of higher learning-IPTA or local private institutes of higher learning- IPTS.

  • Applicant who has not receive any other sponsors

  • Pass the "Means Test" - evaluation of family's financial ability

  • Government servant undertaking half paid / unpaid leave


*All the requirements above are subject to change by PTPTN from time to time.


Total amount of PTPTN Study Loan available: First Degree


  • Local public institute of higher learning-IPTA students RM 6500 p.a.

  • Local private institute of higher learning - IPTS students RM 16000 p.a.

  • IMU students RM 20000 p.a.

  • Science stream students will have additional RM500 p.a.(incentive loans not including administration cost)


Diploma


  • RM 5000 p.a. for local public institute - IPTA students; applicable for both (arts & science) streams.

University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus


Scholarship Info

The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus grants scholarships to deserving and academically excellent students in recognition of their achievements. Applicants are selected based on their academic achievements and the socio-economic status of their family.

The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus High Achievers Scholarships is an automatic scholarship for Foundation and Undergraduate Programmes of Study. Students who meet the criteria below will automatically be awarded with this The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus High Achievers Scholarships, whereby they will only have to pay 75% of their tuition fees. It is open to both Malaysian and Non-Malaysian students.

The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus High Achievers Scholarships is also open to students progressing onto the Undergraduate Programmes from the Foundation Programmes. Students will have to achieve an average mark of at least 75% throughout the Foundation Programme.


Scholarship Name


The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus High Achievers Scholarships


Scholarship Informations


Foundation Programme:


A scholarship equivalent to 25% of the tuition fee will be automatically awarded to all candidates who have at least 7A's at SPM.

This scholarship will continue to a student's undergraduate programme provided an average mark of at least 65% is maintained throughout the Foundation Programme.

Undergraduate Programmes:


A scholarship equivalent to 25% of the tuition fee will be automatically awarded to students satisfying the criteria outlined below for each School. Once awarded the scholarship will continue for each year of the student's undergraduate programme provided an average mark of 60% (upper second class degree) is achieved in each year's examinations. Loss of scholarship due to poor examination performance cannot be regained.

Students who satisfy the criteria below but are unable to afford the fees may be eligible for enhanced scholarships. Enhanced scholarships are awarded on an individual basis at the discretion of the University.

Nottingham University Business School:


High Achievers Scholarships are only available to those students entering the first year of the degree programme.

For A-level entrants, students with 2As and 1B will be eligible.

For STPM entrants, students with 2As and 1B+ will be eligible.

For UEC entrants, students with 6As and 1B will be eligible .


School of Computer Science and Information Technology:


For A-level entrants, students with 2As and 1B, including Mathematics, will be eligible.

For STPM entrants, students with 2As and 1B, including Mathematics, will be eligible.

For UEC entrants, students with 6As and 1B, including Mathematics, will be eligible .

For students applying for Advanced Standing, an average of Distinction with no element below Credit (must include Mathematics) will be eligible.

Schools of Engineering:

High Achievers Scholarships are only available to those students entering the first year of the degree programme.

For A-level entrants, students with 2As and 1B, to include Mathematics & Physics (Mathematics & Chemistry for Chemical Engineering) will be eligible.

For STPM entrants, students with 2As and 1B+, to include Mathematics & Physics (Mathematics & Chemistry for Chemical Engineering) will be eligible.

For UEC entrants, students with 6As and 1B, to include Mathematics & Physics (Mathematics & Chemistry for Chemical Engineering) will be eligible.

School of Pharmacy:


For A-level entrants, students with 2As and 1B, of which Chemistry must be an A, will be eligible.

For STPM entrants, students with 2As and 1B+, of which Chemistry must be an A, will be eligible.

For UEC entrants, students with 6As and 1B, of which Chemistry must be an A, will be eligible.

School of Biosciences:

For A-level entrants, students with 2As and 1B, of which Chemistry or Biology must be an A, will be eligible.

For STPM entrants, students with 2As and 1B+, of which Chemistry or Biology must be an A, will be eligible.

For UEC entrants, students with 6As and 1B, of which Chemistry or Biology must be an A, will be eligible.

Recipients of High Achievers Scholarship at undergraduate programmes are also eligible for PTPTN loan. For more information on PTPTN loan, please refer to National Higher Education Fund (Perbadanan Tabung Pendidikan Tinggi Nasional (PTPTN), Ministry of Education). For more information please log on to PTPTN Website. Fee Payment For High Achievers Scholarship Recipients

Please Note:Each semester consist of 16 weeks. There are 2 semesters in a year.

PTPTN loans are only available for undergraduate studies.

The University will assist students in applying to PTPTN.

Approval for PTPTN loans is subject to PTPTN terms and conditions.

The University also allows for staggered fee payments if students are not able to pay the semester fee in one payment. Please see Payment of Fees.


For more information, please visit For more information, please visit The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus High Achievers Scholarships

Scholarship for SArawakian

Daiken Corp sets up scholarship fund for Sarawakian
Japanese firm Daiken Corporation has set up a scholarship fund for Sarawakians to further their studies in forestry-related courses.
The company has contributed RM112,000 to the fund, which will be administered by the Sarawak Timber Association.
Daiken and the association signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on Thursday at Wisma STA to adminster the fund.
Daiken Corporation's president Hiroyuki Ibe hoped that the scholarships would help to train more skilled manpower for the timber industry to help in the conservation and sustainable forest management work.
Daiken subsidiaries were involved in the manufacturing of medium density fibreboards in Sarawak.
The association's chairman Datuk Leo Chai hoped that the scholarships would create interest among more Sarawakians in forestry and conservation work.

Sunday, March 2, 2008

Become an ambassador for Malaysia

To become an ambassador for Malaysia, you need to be a reputable and highly respected individual in society such as a politician, doctor, lawyer, scientist, social psychologist etc or someone who has achieved great things for the country. As an ambassador, knowledge of foreign languages, economic and political situations will be advantageous. Apart from the above route, you can also begin your career in the foreign service by studying political science and becoming an attaché to the ambassador and work your way up. However, people are rarely appointed ambassadors if they do not have a distinguished background and various achievements.Wisma Putra

YAYASAN UEM


UEM World believes in being a socially responsible corporate citizen and giving back to the community and enhancing the world around us. As Malaysia’s partner in nation building, UEM World champions education and health awareness as its flagship community programs.
Kolej Yayasan UEM is a fully-residential college established under the auspices of Yayasan UEM, a charitable foundation created by UEM Group. The college takes in deserving students for A-level studies and also offers scholarships to tertiary education overseas. The college campus with first-rate facilities was built at a cost of RM53 million to enable students to attain a quality and well-rounded education. Kolej Yayasan UEM has done us proud by producing consistently excellent examination results since its formation.
Yayasan UEM also offers scholarship programmes to Malaysia’s bright, young talents. For more information please visit
UEM World.

girls And Boys Relationship in Egypt...

The relationship between boys and girl in egypt is quite different from Malaysia..When i were there i never heard about boyfriend or girlfriend. they always talk about their fiancee. The family always engaged their son or daughter with their own family. This is believe thaat they want to secure their bloodlines. I had the oppurtunity to be inside the culture frm the beginning of the 'Procedure' that is introducing both of the future bride together. This is done at the girl's house. Without knowing each other before been introduce by their parents, they engaged after 3 days.Israk and her future husband talking



Note: If we have this kind of culture in Malaysia, the WARDENS of My School will not have trouble chasing those who had been given the title"Merpati.rama-rama and Kupu-kupu"

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