UTAR yr- three Science scholar T. Siroshini bagged the second prize of the Fresh Scientist Network-School of Sciences Malaysia (YSN-ASM) 2nd Creative Science Writing Competition, prepared from the Science Literature Committee of the YSN-ASM. Siroshini appeared as winner for her composition titled ‘When There's No Turning Back', drawing around the memory of floods . Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Alhaj was created at Pelamin Setar, Kedah on January 8 1903. He was seventh daughter and the twentieth kid of Abdul Hamid Shah, the twenty fourth Sultan of Kedah.1 Their mommy to the other hand, Paduka Seri Cik Manjalara was the girl Luang Noraborirak, of a nobleman.
Her article centered on the danger of water-borne infections that movement into sources of drinking water which eventually result in the sign of conditions including cholera typhoid fever, leptospirosis, melioidosis, malaria. The national-level article competition, carrying the topic of ‘Climate Change', was able to attract several records from around the world.
Siroshini appeared as success for her article titled ‘When There's No Turning Back', pulling to floods' memory which happened back in 2014. Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Alhaj came to be at Istana Pelamin Setar, Kedah on January 8 1903. He was the twentieth child and seventh daughter of Abdul Shah, the twenty fourth Sultan of Kedah.1 His mother to the other-hand, Paduka Seri Cik Manjalara was the girl of a nobleman Noraborirak.