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New Students Attended Motivational Talks at Kemuda Institute


 


 March 29th, 2016  |  05:19 AM  |   6565 views

KG JANGSAK, JALAN GADONG

 

As part of welcoming 91 new students during the Kemuda Institute (KI) Orientation Day March 2016 at the Kemuda Institute in Jalan Jangsak, a number of motivational talks from several agencies were conducted to introduce students to the working environment.

 

One of the talks was conducted by Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Haji Mohd Noor bin Haji Abdul Rahman, Royal Brunei Police Force (RBPF) spokesperson, who briefed students on crimes and drugs.

 

He introduced students to sections under the penal code to create awareness.

 

DSP Haji Mohd Noor also advised students to report to the RBPF whenever they come across any criminal act.

 

Kemuda Institute Managing Director Pengiran Haji Masri bin Pengiran Haji Othman said the talks were valuable for the students.

 


 

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