The Role of Bring Tech Pro and Optimizer Pro Tools in Revolutionizing Education

Revolutionizing Education is an essential aspect of our lives that equips us with the necessary knowledge and skills to succeed in various fields. In the past, education was delivered through traditional methods such as textbooks, lectures, and assignments. However, with the advancement of technology, Revolutionizing Education has taken a new turn, with the integration of tech tools and software in the classroom. In this article, we will discuss how Bring Tech Pro and Optimizer Pro Tools can revolutionize education.

 

Bring Tech Pro is an all-in-one educational platform that offers a wide range of features to enhance the teaching and learning experience. The platform provides a virtual classroom where teachers can create and deliver interactive lessons, collaborate with students in real-time, and assess their progress. Bring Tech Pro also allows teachers to monitor students’ performance and track their attendance. This feature enables teachers to identify students who need extra help and offer personalized support.

 

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MADANI ICONS ROADSHOW TO UNIVERSITIES ARE NOT FOR POLITICS – PROF MOHAMMAD AGUS

The MADANI Icons roadshow organised by the Community Communications Department (J-KOM) in six universities are not political in nature but serves as a medium to explain the Malaysia MADANI concept and the government policies under Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s administration to university students.

J-KOM director-general, Prof Datuk Dr Mohammad Agus Yusoff said that the department with the cooperation of Yayasan Prihatin Nasional (PRIHATIN) is tasked with explaining and defending government policies as well as connecting the government with students and Malaysians.

“J-KOM goes to universities not to conduct politicking, we visit Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) or other universities to explain government policies, Malaysia MADANI, not to campaign or support any party, J-KOM knows what its boundaries are,” he told reporters after officiating the MADANI Icons roadshow at the UiTM Rembau campus here today, in the presence of PRIHATIN chief executive officer Datuk Aizuddin Ghazali.

The roadshow that begins today showcases famous celebrity Datuk Aznil Nawawi as the MADANI Icon.

Mohammad Agus also presented donations, necessities and free spectacles to 1,500 students during the event.

He said that the roadshow would visit universities in Kelantan, Terengganu, Kedah, Penang and Selangor as well as Sabah and Sarawak, and will feature townhall sessions together with other MADANI Icons, which are reported to include Islamic finance expert, Tan Sri Dr Mohd Daud Bakar, who is the current Federal Territories Islamic Religious Affairs Council chairman, education icon, Prof Emeritus Tan Sri Dr Sahol Hamid Abu Bakar, Malaysia Airlines Berhad chairman Tan Sri Wan Zulkiflee Wan Ariffin as well as badminton legend Datuk Lee Chong Wei.

Meanwhile, Aznil said he was honoured to be chosen as a MADANI Icon and would share his experiences in the media and entertainment industry during the roadshow, and hoped that the younger generation would be more confident in charting their life paths.

“I believe almost 90 per cent of youth will be able to achieve success and I want to help them grow their aura through sharing my past experiences.

“Just a while ago, I shared with them, if we come from a poor family, like me, it doesn’t mean we’ll be stuck there forever, we can improve our standard of living and help our family. Self-confidence also plays an important role,” he added.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency

AGONG, RAJA PERMAISURI ATTEND KING CHARLES III CORONATION

Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah and Raja Permaisuri Agong Tunku Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah today attended the Coronation Ceremony of King Charles III, which is held at Westminster Abbey.

Their Majesties arrived in London on Wednesday, for a special visit until May 14, at the official invitation of King Charles III, to attend his coronation ceremony.

The city of London today is the focus of the world, with the presence of members of the royal family, heads of state, heads of government and dignitaries from all over the world. About 2,000 specially invited guests are attending the historic ceremony.

The glorious ceremony full of the United Kingdom royal tradition also witnesses the coronation of Queen Camilla, starting at 11 am local time (6 pm Malaysia time), which is being followed by the people of the United Kingdom and the international community through live television broadcast and social media.

Al-Sultan Abdullah wears the No. 1 military ceremonial uniform, while Tunku Azizah is dressed in a yellow modern baju kurung, specially designed by Her Majesty herself for the Their Majesties’ coronation ceremony in 2019.

Al-Sultan Abdullah and Tunku Azizah are the first Malaysian heads of state to attend a UK Monarch’s coronation ceremony.

The last time a similar ceremony was held was 70 years ago, at the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II as head of state of the UK, on June 2, 1953. At that time, Malaya (now Malaysia) was not yet independent, and the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Institution did not yet exist.

According to historical records, during the coronation ceremony of Queen Elizabeth II, the Sultan of Kelantan, the Sultan of Johor, the Sultan of Selangor and the Sultan of Perak consented to represent Malaya, which at that time was still subject to the British colonial administration, at the coronation ceremony.

For King Charles III’s coronation, Malaysia is also represented in the massive ceremonial procession, which saw the participation of approximately 6,000 UK military personnel, including 400 military personnel from 38 Commonwealth countries.

Twelve members of the 1st Battalion of the Royal Malay Regiment are proud to be given the honour to participate in King Charles III’s coronation parade, by displaying their best skills.

The atmosphere around London is like a big party with people from all over the world flooding the city to witness the historic events of this modern era.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency

SPECTRE OF SULU INCURSION STILL LOOMS LARGE OVER EAST SABAH’S ECONOMIC SECTOR

Sabah’s east coast region’s economic and investment sector is still affected by the incursion of Sulu terrorists and subsequent battle in Kampung Tanduo in Lahad Datu, Sabah, more than a decade ago, former Sabah chief minister Datuk Seri Yong Teck Lee said.

He noted that investors, especially from Japan and South Korea, were not allowed to enter certain areas due to travel advisories issued by their countries, adding that as Palm Oil Industrial Cluster (POIC) Sabah Sdn Bhd chairman, he personally saw these investors showing that the advisories classified the region as a black area.

“I told them that the area is safe to invest there, but they still do not want to go there.

“The west coast like Kota Kinabalu is their target. So, we see that even though the incident in Lahad Datu was long ago, it still has an impact on the economy of Sabah, especially the business and investment sector,” he told Bernama.

In February 2013, the nation was rocked by news of intrusion by Sulu armed terrorists who had entered Malaysian waters in stages at Felda Sahabat, Lahad Datu.

A subsequent shootout occurred in Kampung Tanduo on March 1, in which 10 Malaysian security personnel and 68 Sulu terrorists were killed. The conflict was declared over on April 10, 2013.

Yong, currently serving as an appointed Sabah assemblyman, said that currently the security level in Sabah was under control and satisfactory, especially with the setting up of the Eastern Sabah Security Command (ESSCom).

“Despite the high level of security in Sabah, we know that the state, especially on the east coast, is still threatened by outside elements. That is why we’re still imposing curfews at night because ESSCom is unable to control security due to limited assets.

“Therefore, I suggest that the government view this matter seriously and further strengthen ESSCom so that there is no longer a need to implement curfew,” he said.

Echoing a similar sentiment, Kunak assemblyman Norazlinah Arif urged the government to improve the security system in Sabah, especially in the Eastern Sabah Safe Zone (ESSZone), immediately, and ensure the rapid growth of the state’s economic sector.

“The government has spent a lot of money to fight the claims of those claiming to be Sulu heirs and it would be better if this money is spent to improve security in Sabah to a level that can convince the people and foreign investors,” he said.

Former Dewan Rakyat Speaker Tan Sri Pandikar Amin Mulia stated that while security in Sabah was not threatened with the presence of the ESSCom, the influx of illegal immigrants was still continuing and no solution had been found.

The former Minister at the Prime Minister’s Department said that if the influx of illegal immigrants continues, it could pose a security threat, as some of them could be terrorists who are infiltrating the state, as was the case in the past.

“There must be a solution for the influx with cooperation from all parties. The Sabah government must find methods to address this matter, such as providing them with documents to know their whereabouts, and strict monitoring in the workforce in the state,” he explained.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency

KDCA HOLDS FIRST KAAMATAN FESTIVAL IN PERAK

The Kadazan Dusun Cultural Association (KDCA) today hosted the Kaamatan Festival for the first time in Perak.

The Kaamatan Festival, also known as Tadau Kaamatan, is a traditional festival, celebrated in a big way by the Kadazan-Dusun Murut Rungus (KDMR) community in Sabah on May 30 and 31 every year, as a sign of gratitude at the end of the harvest season.

Perak KDCA advisor, Jesseca Daimis, said that the purpose of celebrating the Kaamatan festival is to strengthen friendships among the multi-racial population, especially the KDMR community members who currently live, work or study in the state.

“At the same time, the Kaamatan Festival celebration also introduces KDMR culture to other races in Perak.

“Perak KDCA hopes that we can move more actively and be able to carry out various activities on a large scale, and bring together more KDMR in the state,” she told Bernama.

KDCA is the association responsible for the Kamaaatan Festival celebration in every district in Sabah, but now KDCA has been established in several states in Peninsular Malaysia, and one of its branches was established in Perak on Sept 28, 2019.

A total of about 100 Sabahans in the state, as well as Perakians attended the Kaamatan Festival, which was officiated by the Prime Minister’s Department’s Sabah and Sarawak Affairs Division secretary, Datuk Toisin Gantor, who witnessed various interesting activities being lined-up, including performances.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency