UNIVERSITI Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) organised a UPSR workshop for pupils of Tamil colleges at its campus in Kampar.
The occasion was organised by the college’s Centre for Basis Research (CFS) in collaboration with Indian Cultural and Language Society.
The workshop was geared toward getting ready pupils from the Kinta Selatan district for his or her UPSR examination.
Supervised by CFS assistant lecturer and challenge coordinator G. Gangadurai, the workshop was attended by 100 pupils from 10 colleges.
It centered on instructing Yr Six pupils the precise abilities in answering questions, scoring excessive marks and discovering their strengths and weaknesses in topics corresponding to Bahasa Melayu, English, Tamil, Science and Arithmetic.
“That is actually a neighborhood engagement and outreach initiative by CFS.
“Arms-on and sensible information are vital for younger kids to be taught and grasp every topic,” he mentioned.
CFS director Tan Lee Siew mentioned the centre believed in equal alternative and high quality schooling for all.
“This workshop actually elevated the pupils’ motivation to achieve their upcoming examination,” she mentioned.
M. Tavinya, a pupil of SJK(T) Ladang Kota Bahroe, mentioned the workshop was informative.
“I hope to get higher ends in Maths as it’s my weakest topic,” she mentioned.
One other pupil, G. Pravin, mentioned he felt the programme was a great platform to discover ways to reply questions appropriately.
“It taught us learn how to create correct sentences, and methods to scale back errors when writing essays in English,” mentioned the SJK(T) Changkat pupil.