At the most basic level, every child will be fully literate and numerate. Beyond this, it is important that students master core subjects such as Mathematics and Science and acquire a rounded general knowledge of Malaysia, Asia, and the world. Students will also be encouraged to develop their knowledge and skills in other areas such as arts, music, and sports.
Every child will be, at minimum, operationally proficient in the national language, Bahasa Malaysia, and the international language of communication, English. Upon leaving school, students should be able to work in environments that encompasses these languages. The Ministry will also encourage all students to learn an additional language.
Every child will learn how to continue acquiring knowledge throughout their lives, to be able to connect different pieces of knowledge, and to create a new knowledge. Every child will master a range of important cognitive skills including critical thinking, reasoning, creative thinking, and innovation. This is an area where the system has historically fallen short, with students being less able than they should be in applying knowledge and thinking critically outside familiar academic contexts.
|Ethics and Spirituality|
The education system aims to instill strong ethics and spirituality within every child to prepare them for challenges that they will inevitably face as an adult. This includes strategies to resolve conflicts peacefully, to employ sound judgement and principles during critical moments, and to have the courage to do what is right. The education system also seeks to nurture caring individuals who contribute to the betterment of the community.
In our increasingly interconnected world, being able to lead and work effectively with others is critical. The education system will help each student reach their full potential by creating formal/informal opportunities for students to work in teams and take up leadership roles. In the context of the education system, leadership encompasses four dimensions: enterpreneurship, resilience, emotional intellegence, and strong communication skills.
An unshakeable sense of national identity, tied to the principles of Rukun Negara, is necessary for Malaysia’s success and future. Every child will proudly indentify as a Malaysian, irrespective of ethnicity, religion or socio-economic status. Achieving this patriotism requires that every child understands the country's history and shares common aspirations for the future. Establishing a true national identity also requires a strong sense of inclusiveness, which can be achieved through the understanding and embracing of diversity.
|For more information, please visit: http://www.padu.edu.my/meb|
Aim to support and facilitate KDU graduates to develop their skills, abilities, and passions in building life long careers.
The amalgamation of the word ‘Fit’ and ‘Inspiration’ is one of our initiatives to inspire fitness into students’ daily life. Aims to cultivate physically and mentally healthy lifestyle in students.
Aims to encourage students to embrace their own cultural ideologies, values and understand how their own culture may influence other culture.
Aims to facilitate graduates in learning to develop entrepreneurial skills, by supporting creativity, self generated ideas and efforts in building their own business or services.
Aims to create awareness among students about the importance and need for sustainable efforts and personalised actions our students can take to make a difference.
|KDU Youth Empowerment Plan recognised as a graduate imprint in line with the Malaysia Education Blueprint|
YB Dato’ Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein Onn
(Minister of Defence & Patron of Institute Onn Ja’afar)
CRITICAL AND REFLECTIVE
KDU Youth Empowerment Series is passionate in providing the highest level support to students and alumni of KDU via a variety of programs which is in line with the Malaysia Education Blueprint. These programs focus on empowering clubs and societies to further drive soft skills development and also to provide a platform for effective learning to transform them from core leaders into adaptive leaders for the future.
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Facebook: Student Council of KDU UC
|1.||Performing Arts (PARTS)||email@example.com|
|3.||KDU Youth of Deenfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|4.||Indian Cultural Society (ICS)||email@example.com|
|5.||KDU Sports Clubfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|6.||Malay Cultural Society (MCS)||email@example.com|
|7.||International Student Society (KISS)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|12.||Christian Fellowship (CF)||email@example.com|
|13.||Debate Association (KDUDA)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|15.||Student Entrepreneurship & Teamwork Club (SET)||email@example.com|
|16.||Student Council of KDUfirstname.lastname@example.org|
For more information, kindly contact:
Jessica Shalini A/P A.Rajandram
Executive – Student & Alumni Centre
Tel : +603 5565 0457
Email : email@example.com
Fairuz Hanani binti Abd Rahman
Executive – Student & Alumni Centre
Tel : +603 5565 0458
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Please read the Policies and Procedures of KDU Clubs & Societies to find out how you can register new clubs & societies.