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VOF NEW AFT LAUNCHING, MASTERSKILL

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Uploaded on Feb 28, 2012

Most of the Tamil schools are pathetic and disheartening. The Tamil students attend classes in a run-down school while the peers less than a kilometer away are enjoying a spanking new building, life seems rather unfair.
Dilapidated, the building lacks basic facilities such as classrooms, proper toilets, telephone and even a canteen. Instead of having access to a large field, a school hall, with lack of science laboratories and a computer laboratory have to cope with the bare necessities. The school has an enrolment of 500 students but no field, no laboratory or library, staff room for teachers or ever proper toilets for students.
Most Tamil schools face the same problem. In fact, many are worse off — no canteen, no proper roofing, and sometimes, no classrooms even. "It is very demotivating". Both the students and teachers feel quite dispirited when they see the big disparity between the two schools. The classrooms are separated by plywood. There are also only two toilets for the 500 students and there is no field for sports.
Unfortunately, not much progress has been achieved since independence. Currently,
there are 523 Tamil schools in Malaysia, of which 360 are estate schools, with a track record of being backward.
While their urban counterparts moan about the lack of computers, these estate schools grapple with fundamental problems. The crux of the problem is the status of these schools. As they are located on private estate land, they fall under the "model school" category which means that they are only partially aided by the Government.
Under the Education Act 1995, schools located on private land are not eligible for a full grant from the Government. As a result, these schools are forced to source their own funds for their basic infrastructure, including additional classrooms. In order to counteract this kind of problems, MUCH Indian Cultural Society plan to have this genuine programme call Vision of Future.
Vision of Future is a charity based event organized by MUCH Indian Cultural Society in collaboration with Student Representative Council Session 2011/2012. This event will be conducted at Masterskill University College of Health Sciences (MUCH) Main Campus. The main objective of this event is to help the needy Tamil Schools in Selangor State to have a better environment for the quality education.
Environment playing a major role in student life to have a quality education. A good environment in the schools ensure that the students get a quality education. According to a survey which conducted by MUCH Indian Cultural Society most of Tamil schools doesn't have a good environment for the students. This affects the student's mental and also physical status. So MUCH Indian Cultural Society decided to help the schools to have good infrastructures.

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