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32 Children HITS Employees Receive Scholarships

published on : 2011, December 20


Jakarta - A total of 32 children of the employees of PT Humpuss Intermoda Transportasi Tbk. (HITS) receive scholarship in the academic year 2010/2011. The students who received scholarships from the children of employees of land and sea through the first selection.

Regarding this program, Corporate Secretary HITS M. Yayak Iskandar said the scholarships for children of employees HITS is a concern to the development of world education, especially for internal HITS family, "Not only financial assistance, but since last year we also provide knowledge about marine science through distribute books," said Yayak. So hopefully, will grow awareness of the children against their parents duties, which also fosters a love of the children of the marine and waters in Indonesia.

"Development of education in Indonesia is not just a government responsibility, but the responsibility of all parties. Through this program we are contributing to the education in the country," said Yayak.

Programs that have been running 6 this year, expected to provide excellent impact for the development of children's education, where they are motivated to improve their performance in school continues. (PR)

32 Children HITS Employees Receive Scholarships

published on : 2011, December 20


Jakarta - A total of 32 children of the employees of PT Humpuss Intermoda Transportasi Tbk. (HITS) receive scholarship in the academic year 2010/2011. The students who received scholarships from the children of employees of land and sea through the first selection.

Regarding this program, Corporate Secretary HITS M. Yayak Iskandar said the scholarships for children of employees HITS is a concern to the development of world education, especially for internal HITS family, "Not only financial assistance, but since last year we also provide knowledge about marine science through distribute books," said Yayak. So hopefully, will grow awareness of the children against their parents duties, which also fosters a love of the children of the marine and waters in Indonesia.

"Development of education in Indonesia is not just a government responsibility, but the responsibility of all parties. Through this program we are contributing to the education in the country," said Yayak.

Programs that have been running 6 this year, expected to provide excellent impact for the development of children's education, where they are motivated to improve their performance in school continues. (PR)