Bahan dan kualiti hasil kerja yang tidak memenuhi spesifikasi dikenal pasti antara punca utama struktur bumbung kerangka Stadium Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin, Terengganu, runtuh Jun tahun lepas.
Menurut laporan jawatankuasa siasatan kejadian itu, faktor reka bentuk yang tidak memadai, bumbung yang tidak dibina dengan sempurna dan kawalan kualiti yang tidak dilaksanakan di tapak projek turut menyumbang kepada kejadian tersebut.
Menteri Kerja Raya Datuk Shaziman Abu Mansor yang mendedahkan laporan jawatankuasa siasatan itu hari ini berkata, siasatan juga mendapati pengawasan yang agak kurang ketika kerja-kerja pembinaan selain dilakukan secara tergesa-gesa turut menjejaskan kualiti stadium berkenaan. Read more
Kerajaan negeri Terengganu di bawah pimpinan Menteri Besar Dato’ Ahmad Said membazir sebanyak RM2.4 bilion wang rakyat dengan menganjurkan Piala Monsun yang sedang berlangsung ketika ini.
Setiausaha Majlis Pimpinan Negeri Parti Keadilan Rakyat, Rosli Abdullah mendedahkan bahawa dengan perbelanjaan sebanyak RM300 juta setahun maka jumlah untuk tempuh lapan tahun kontrak penganjuran bermakna RM2.4 bilion yang dipercayai wang ehsan hasil petrol, hangus.
Beliau berkata, “dengan jumlah tersebut kerajaan negeri boleh membina 80,000 unit rumah kos rendah dengan harga RM30,000 sebuah untuk rakyat Terengganu. Read more
The list goes on for branding gurus of 1Malaysia.
This time, 1Malaysia’s product extension is where you pee.
The Terengganu state government will introduce a “1Toilet” policy in a move to liberalise education, The Star reports today.
‘1Toilet’ plan to let teachers and students mingle freely
KUALA TERENGGANU: The state government will introduce a “1Toilet” policy in a move to liberalise education, where teachers – and even principals – will soon have to share toilets with their students.
State Education, Higher Learning, Human Resource, Science and Technology Committee chairman Ahmad Razif Abd Rahman said the policy was mooted in line with the 1Malaysia concept, and teachers and students could have a feeling of “oneness”.
“We want students to have a sense of belonging that we believe would inspire them to excel further in their education.
“When students share the toilets with the teacher, they (students) will believe that they are on par with academicians and this automatically invokes a sense of being important to an organisation, which, in this case, is the school,” he said here yesterday.
“We are not compelling the school authorities to apply the policy. It is their prerogative,” said Ahmad Razif.
“So far, we have one school in Hulu Terengganu that has implemented the policy a few days ago. It has received positive feedback from the school management although it is still premature for us to evaluate its efficiency,” he said.
Ahmad Razif said that under the policy, teachers and students would also be encouraged to sit within a common space at school canteens during recess.
“This means that teachers and students will mingle freely during recess,” he said.
Ahmad Razif said the policy had initially been proposed by Mentri Besar Datuk Ahmad Said earlier this year but that it took some time for it to be properly drafted.
On another matter, Ahmad Razif said the state government would continue to send students to pursue medicine and dentistry in recognised universities in Indonesia.
“We are looking into the option of sending our students to universities in areas classified as non-earthquake prone areas in Indonesia,” he said.
Ahmad Razif said the state government was also in the midst of discussions with officials from University Padjadjaran of Bandung on the possibility of sending Terengganu students for medical courses there.
He said other countries that the state government was planning to send their medical undergraduates next year were Poland and Russia.