Wednesday, January 18, 2006

layak ke??

ho ho ho...


Blogger spyz said...

[ tak dapat nak perbaiki prestasi kmentrian, dpt naikkan gaji korang pun jadi lah... :-) ]

Promotion for 10,000 teachers


PUTRAJAYA: A total of 10,000 senior graduate teachers are to be promoted to the DG44 level from DG41 under the Malaysian Remuneration System.

Education Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein said this was the first time so many teachers had gained promotion.

“This is part of the Government’s efforts to recognise teachers,” he said after delivering his New Year message yesterday.

It is understood that the teachers’ starting salaries would be increased to RM2,593 from RM1,474.

National Union of the Teaching Profession secretary-general Lok Yim Pheng welcomed the decision, saying that more opportunities should be given to teachers.

“To qualify for the promotion, teachers must have good daily performance marks, be nominated by their school principals and have sat for the Assessment of Efficiency Level,” she said.

Hishammuddin said the committee chaired by the ministry’s secretary-general Tan Sri Ambrin Buang to review teachers’ workload was expected to submit its report at the end of the month.

“It has not been an easy task as the committee had to look into all aspects. I hope teachers’ workload can be reduced,” he said.

On another matter, he said the ministry was planning to conduct an audit of all its Information Communications Technology programmes, for both school and administration purposes.

“We want to know how effective our programmes have been as well as plan the ministry’s new direction and strategic plans,” he said.

He said the Education Ministry would also review proposals on cutting down the number of subjects in public examinations.

This did not mean examinations were being totally abolished, he stressed.

“Under the Ninth Malaysia Plan, we will examine if we should change the emphasis in public examinations from content-based to something that is more skill-based, or from an achievement test to a general ability test,” he said.

On the effort to attract more non-bumiputras to national schools by including Chinese and Tamil in the curriculum, he said the ministry was planning to introduce three different models at several schools as a pioneer project beginning 2007.

“This will help us to get a good implementation model,” he said. This will be in addition to the subjects Mandarin for Communication and Tamil for Communication, which have been taught in national primary schools since 2002.

1/18/2006 08:40:00 PM  
Blogger Newsandseduction said...

I think I do! good blog.

1/18/2006 08:49:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy Bday En. Spyz..:)

Selamat berkurang usia, semoga sisa usia yang ada penuh dengan rahmat dan ampunanNya..:)

Salam dari Indonesia

Bunda Shafiya dan keluarga

1/21/2006 01:50:00 AM  
Blogger Tok Rimau said...

Guru naik gaji tu adalah proses biasa dalam amalan SSM selepas PTK. Not newsworthy pun.

Selepas lulus PTK, gaji tukang kebun, peon, budak stor, juruteknik, pensyarah etc. semua naik.

Aku rasa yg selalu diumumkan gaji naik: POLIS, TENTERA.

1/22/2006 03:30:00 PM  
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