Outstanding UPKK students chasing professional careers

SHAH ALAM, 24 Feb: A professional career and being a scientist are aims by two outstanding students of the 2014 Kafa Class Assessment Test (UPKK) for Selangor.

The outstanding student for the female category, Azzah Abdul Rahim, 12, believes that the next step for her to be called a professor is to place herself in the Istana Bandar Science and Technology Tahfiz Integrated Institution (MTIB).

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“My interest in becoming a professor is to impart knowledge on the young.

“Hopefully, with knowledge, it can produce more successful Muslims in the world and the hereafter,” said the fourth child of six siblings.

Azzah was present to receive the award presented by the Director of the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais), Datuk Haris Kasim, at an event held at the Tengku Ampuan Jemaah Mosque today.

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Meanwhile, the top student for the male category, Muhammad Aliff Mahfuz Zulkarami, 12, from the Sri As-Syakirin School, is interested in becoming a scientist.

“Since he was young, we practiced various mental stimulation for him such as playing religious CDs.

“This success is also the result of guidance and hard work of teachers who relentlessly hold extra classes after the school session is over,” said his mother, Cik Azizah Ibrahim, 39, who is also a math teacher.

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Outstanding UPKK students chasing professional careers

SHAH ALAM, 24 Feb: A professional career and being a scientist are aims by two outstanding students of the 2014 Kafa Class Assessment Test (UPKK) for Selangor.

The outstanding student for the female category, Azzah Abdul Rahim, 12, believes that the next step for her to be called a professor is to place herself in the Istana Bandar Science and Technology Tahfiz Integrated Institution (MTIB).

6.1

“My interest in becoming a professor is to impart knowledge on the young.

“Hopefully, with knowledge, it can produce more successful Muslims in the world and the hereafter,” said the fourth child of six siblings.

Azzah was present to receive the award presented by the Director of the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais), Datuk Haris Kasim, at an event held at the Tengku Ampuan Jemaah Mosque today.

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Meanwhile, the top student for the male category, Muhammad Aliff Mahfuz Zulkarami, 12, from the Sri As-Syakirin School, is interested in becoming a scientist.

“Since he was young, we practiced various mental stimulation for him such as playing religious CDs.

“This success is also the result of guidance and hard work of teachers who relentlessly hold extra classes after the school session is over,” said his mother, Cik Azizah Ibrahim, 39, who is also a math teacher.

NS

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