Education Ministry to monitor schools' water and power use

8/8/2022 6:11:00 PM

KUALA LUMPUR: The Education Ministry will introduce a utilities dashboard to monitor water and electricity usage in schools.

Education Minister, Radzi Jidin

The Education Ministry will introduce a utilities dashboard to monitor water and electricity usage in schools, Education Minister Datuk Dr Radzi Jidin said on Monday (Aug 8). Read more at

KUALA LUMPUR: The Education Ministry will introduce a utilities dashboard to monitor water and electricity usage in schools.

pic) said this is to ensure optimal use of resources.“We saw that there were schools with thousands of ringgit worth of water bills during the movement control order,” he said during the Malaysia Education Blueprint 2013-2025 Transformation Forum here on Monday (Aug 8).

“I even know of an institution with a water bill totalling RM90,000 a month,” he added.ALSO READ:Highlights of the National Education BlueprintAccording to Radzi, school utility bills are paid in bulk by the relevant district education office or state education department.

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“We saw that there were schools with thousands of ringgit worth of water bills during the movement control order,” he said during the Malaysia Education Blueprint 2013-2025 Transformation Forum here on Monday (Aug 8). “I even know of an institution with a water bill totalling RM90,000 a month,” he added. “I even know of an institution with a water bill totalling RM90,000 a month,” he added. ALSO READ: Highlights of the National Education Blueprint According to Radzi, school utility bills are paid in bulk by the relevant district education office or state education department. Deputy Finance Minister I Mohd Shahar Abdullah said Bank Negara Malaysia’s (BNM) decision to increase the OPR by 50 basis points to 2. In a separate development, he said abolishing the Primary School Achievement Test (UPSR) and Form Three Assessment (PT3) exams had allowed teachers to focus on classroom and school-based assessments in keeping with the blueprint's objectives. In a separate development, he said abolishing the Primary School Achievement Test (UPSR) and Form Three Assessment (PT3) exams had allowed teachers to focus on classroom and school-based assessments in keeping with the blueprint's objectives. ALSO READ: Concern over dropout issue The blueprint was launched in 2012 as an initiative for sustainable transformation of the country's education system. It is understood that the chairs were bought using funds raised by the school itself.

Its targets include raising Malaysian students to international education standards; increasing public and parental expectations of the national education policy; and preparing Malaysian children for the challenges of the 21st century. Its targets include raising Malaysian students to international education standards; increasing public and parental expectations of the national education policy; and preparing Malaysian children for the challenges of the 21st century. “Compared to the situation before the pandemic, it is still under control. Article type: free .