‘LEARN FROM THE BEST

Stu­dents must be well pre­pared be­fore join­ing job mar­ket, says Ros­mah

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ZAIDI ISHAM IS­MAIL SEREM­BAN news@nst.com.my

STU­DENTS must be pre­pared to face the real world by learn­ing all the best values while in school, said the prime min­is­ter’s wife, Datin Seri Ros­mah Man­sor, yes­ter­day.

She said it was im­por­tant stu­dents equipped them­selves with the nec­es­sary values and char­ac­ter­is­tics be­fore ven­tur­ing into the job mar­ket.

“It is a tough world out there, but you must make the best of all the chal­lenges that come your way. Never ever re­gret and (al­ways) walk tall.”

Ros­mah was speak­ing at Kolej Tunku Kur­shiah (TKC) in Ban­dar En­stek, near here, af­ter hand­ing over a bus, which was a gift from her and her hus­band, Datuk Seri Na­jib Razak, to the school.

The key was handed to TKC prin­ci­pal Anis­mah M. Noh by TKC Old Stu­dents As­so­ci­a­tion pres­i­dent Tan Sri Rafiah Salim and was wit­nessed by Ros­mah, who is also a TKC alumni.

Ros­mah said for­mer stu­dents should give back to so­ci­ety once they had made it in life and in­spire their ju­niors to do their part.

“Stu­dents need to in­stil in them the spirit of to­geth­er­ness and the se­niors can help by guid­ing them. I’m glad I have the op­por­tu­nity to study in this school. My mes­sage to all of you is to gain the best knowl­edge, gain ex­pe­ri­ence and learn what­ever you can while you are here.”

PIC BY HAZREEN MO­HAMAD

The prime min­is­ter’s wife, Datin Seri Ros­mah Man­sor, wit­ness­ing TKC Old Stu­dents As­so­ci­a­tion pres­i­dent Tan Sri Rafiah Salim (left) hand­ing over a mock key for the bus do­nated by Ros­mah and her hus­band, Datuk Seri Na­jib Razak, to TKC prin­ci­pal Anis­mah M. Noh (third from right) in Ni­lai yes­ter­day.

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