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Special award for Keningau vocational graduate
Published on: Monday, March 11, 2024
By: Johan Aziz
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Anzenikha was moved by the award as it made her more enthusiastic to continue using the skills she learned for the good of the local community, especially in Sabah
KENINGAU: A graduate of Keningau Vocational College in the Early Childhood Education programme, Anzenikha Zali, received a special award during the Vocational College

Convocation Ceremony of the Ministry of Education Malaysia held at Dewan Tuanku Chancellor, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia in Nilai, Negeri Sembilan on Feb 29-March 5. 

The award presentation ceremony, held for the first time, was presented by the Director-General of Education Malaysia (KPPM), Haji Azman Haji Adnan. It consists of certificates, plaques, cash and accompanying gifts.

The student was chosen as one of the recipients due to her achievements in the fields of innovation, art, writing, leadership and sports in addition to excellent academic results, said the College Head of Research and Innovation, Dr Sirhajwan Idek here.

“She once led her school team to win first place in the poetry performance category at an online art festival in early 2022 and he came third in a songwriting competition organised by the Never Such Innocence association, United Kingdom, in the same year.

“She has also successfully published a short story of her own work titled ‘Lingangkit’ inspired by the Dusun ethnic culture in an international literary magazine in 2021,” he said.

Dr Sirhajwan said Anzenikha presented her innovation project at several online conferences from 2022 until 2023.

According to him, she is also one of the members of the student representative council (MPP) and is one of the softball players of the college team that has won several championships.

Meanwhile, Anzenikha was moved by the award as it made her more enthusiastic to continue using the skills she learned for the good of the local community, especially in Sabah

Director of Keningau Vocational College, Nordin Akup, expressed his pride in the achievement because it preflects the persistence of vocational college students.





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