CIP Carnival can provide accurate info: Minister
Published on: Monday, April 15, 2019
By: Jo Ann Mool
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KOTA KINABALU: The Create, Innovate and Produce (CIP) Carnival showcasing best practices in teaching and facilitating as well as innovation can assist in providing accurate information to the community.

Sabah Education and Innovation Minister Datuk Dr Yusof Yacob said the approach adopted by the Kota Kinabalu District education Office was a wise move.

“To me, this is a great approach and I welcome such programme as this is the place where the out-of-school community gets the right information from the exhibition officials on duty,” he said in his speech in conjunction with the CIP Carnival Appreciation and Closure Ceremony organised by Kota Kinabalu PPD at a mall here Saturday.

His speech was delivered by Assistant Minister Jenifer Lasimbang.

Dr Yusof said such a programme is an added value to teachers and is also a comprehensive symbol in challenging and motivating teachers of instructional leaders at school.

“It is in line with the desire of the Education Ministry to pursue the NKRA and Education Development Plan 2013-2025,” he said, adding that, participation and positive injection from all parties at various levels was important to enable diversity process to occur in education.

Dr Yusof is confident that with the collaborative network as well as the involvement of parents, communities, government agencies, private agencies, NGOs, local communities and the global community, the dreams and hope of making education realistically possible; so the resulting quality of human capital can be improved.

He stressed that education plays a major role in the development and development of nation.

“The process of teaching and learning that happens in the classroom is a key indicator that can accurately measure the future development of the country.

“Therefore, in the face of today’s global economic competition, the knowledge, skill and competence of the people are three of the most important recipes for realising the aspirations.

“I sincerely hope that the ability and capability level of thinking, creativity and innovation that will be manifested through the CIP carnival will continue to be cultivated and become a norm in performing routine tasks at school,” said Dr Yusof.

A total of 73 schools from around the city participated in the CIP Carnival.

Award presentation to the best performing schools for 2018 was also held in the ceremony.

Jenifer presented prizes to the best booth winners. Also present was PPD Kota Kinabalu Umin Sadi .


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