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40 students receive incentives from TYT

Posted on January 17, 2013, Thursday

CONGRATULATIONS: Salahuddin presenting cash incentive to an outstanding PMR student, witnessed by Early Childhood Development and Family Development Assistant Minister Rosey Yunus (left), Sibuti MP Ahmad Lai Bujang (third right) and Miri Resident Antonio Kahti Galis (second right).

NIAH: Forty students from various schools under Subis District received cash incentives from Head of State Tun Datuk Patinggi Abang Muhammad Salahuddin yesterday.

The recipients comprised 21 students with outstanding UPSR 2012 results and 19 others who scored outstanding results in PMR 2012 exam.

They received the incentives in a ceremony held at Al-Jabbar Mosque in Batu Niah here.

In the UPSR category, the recipients were Jeslina Lenya Kebing, Izzah Jidin, Yoel Bi William, Aziela Sahira Abdul Rahman, Juliana Qarishma Jublee, Farah Izzah Nabilah Jokdin, Cassandra Mujan Daud, Nur Aisyah Noriamin Juki, Nurul Syazwanie Syamsuddin, Jessica Joklin, Joeyner Valean Siba, Jorcelyn Shendy Killau, Mohd Arif Najhan Kaling, Anita Brawang Alexander, Gabriel Rentap Tubak, Dzaliqha Athirah Pendek, Jascintha Darlene Tebiang, Azura Osman, Lai Yew Chien, Phang Kang Cheng and Wong Chung Yin.

In the PMR category, the recipients were Prescia Yak David, Ingeline Inja Ramba, Chai Yung Ting, Laurenson Mening Saging, Mohamad Nisyam Deraman, Ascancer Anisthone Julin, Azriq Airul Fazili, Yong Jia Ying, Kamal Rizal Zulkipli, Mohd Syuib Syaukat Mohd Suhaidi, Yusinie Rajak, Lai Mei Fen, Amy Asfarina Mahal, Alex Stewart, Muhammad Hafiz Suhanda Abdullah, Samuel Ghani Ayai, Agnes Lulong Senawun, Durin Gruna and Rusdianah Naharudin.

The awards were from an allocation for Sibuti parliamentary constituency, and were given with the objective to motivate students to do their best in their studies.

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