PUTRAJAYA – The Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan Tamil (SJKT) Bukit Ijok, Selangor that will be relocated in Sepang will be known as SJKT Sungai Pelek once completed in 2018, said MIC president Datuk Seri Dr S.Subramaniam .
Dr Subramaniam said once relocated, the school will see an increase in the intake of students and thus would provide an opportunity for additional teachers to be employed at SJKT Sungai Pelek.
He said SJKT Sungai Pelek would be equipped with 12 classrooms, a nursery and other facilities, including a canteen, administration office, teacher’s room, guard house, field, etc.
“Once the new building is completed, students will be able to study in a comfortable and conducive environment,” said Dr Subramaniam who is also the Health Minister after handing a cheque for RM3.5 million to the SJKT Sungai Pelek board at his office, here.
Also present were Deputy Education Minister Datuk P. Kamalanathan and Socio-Economic Development of Indian Community (SEDIC) director Prof Datuk N.S. Rajendran. – BERNAMA