UTAR year- three Biomedical Research pupil T. Siroshini bagged the second reward of the Small Scientist Circle-Academy of Sciences Malaysia (YSN-ASM) 2nd Creative Science Writing Competitiveness, organised by the Science Writing Board of the YSN-ASM. Siroshini emerged as champion for her essay named ‘When There's No Turning Back', pulling to floods' recollection . Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Alhaj was born at Istana Pelamin, Kedah, Alor Setar on January 8 1903. He was seventh daughter and the last child of Abdul Hamid Shah, the twenty-fourth Sultan of Kedah.1 His mother about the other hand, Paduka Seri Manjalara was a Siamese nobleman Noraborirak's child.
Her article centered on water's chance infections that move into sources of drinking water which eventually lead to the sign of diseases such as cholera typhoid fever, leptospirosis, melioidosis, malaria. The national-level essay competition, hauling the theme of Change', was able to attract several articles from around the world.apoio aprendiz
Siroshini appeared as champion for her composition titled ‘When There's No Turning Back', drawing around floods' storage . Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Alhaj was created on February 8 1903 at Istana Pelamin, Kedah, Alor Setar. He was the twentieth youngster and seventh daughter of Abdul Shah, the twenty fourth Sultan of Kedah.1 His mother on the other hand, Paduka Seri Cik Manjalara was the daughter Luang Noraborirak, of a nobleman.