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KUALA LUMPUR: Keep your kids busy during this school holidays with activities lined up by the New Straits Times Newspaper In Education between Nov 23 and Dec 15.

The activities, run by experts in their fields, are for children between 7 and 16 years old. Among them are robot building, an overnight survival skill camp at Forest Research Institute of Malaysia in Sungai Buloh, Selangor and junior entrepreneur course.

The objectives for these acitivities to expose the students to outdoor learning activities, gain new skills and make new friends.

According to project coordinator Ganesan Vellaisamy, parents should keep a lookout for advertisements in this publication for details or email [email protected] or [email protected].

“Nowadays, kids are glued to computer and gadgets. We want them to experience life outside their homes and what better way than to attend these courses.

“We guarantee these kids will come home satisfied with new knowledge and experience,” he said.

Parents can choose from an array of 14 programmes and apart from the survival skill camp, the others are expected to be held in the New Straits Times training centre in Bangsar.

Early birds will get a discount for entry fees.

For enquiry or registration, please call the NIE Unit at 03-20569692/3244/3692 from 9am - 6pm (Mon-Fri) or email: [email protected] , [email protected] or [email protected] . Payment can be made at, The NIE Unit, Level 2, Anjung Riong, Balai Berita, Bangsar 59100 Kuala Lumpur. All cheques and postal order must be made payable to: THE NEW STRAITS TIMES PRESS (M) BHD.

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