Lincoln’s Research in Nigeria

Lincoln is proud to share that a research article on the topic “ Evidence for decreasing sperm count in African population from 1965 to 2015” by Dr. Pallav Sengupta, Faculty of Medicine and Dr Sulagna Dutta, Faculty of Science, along with other co –authors, has been published as a press release in Nigeria this week. The work is gaining interest and being conveyed to the common people for their knowledge

University’s dental clinic benefits students and public

PETALING JAYA: Although Lincoln UniversityCollege’s dental clinic serves as a training ground for its dental students,the institution also sees it as a way to give back to society by making dentalservices affordable and accessible to the public.

Speaking to FMT, LincolnUniversity College’s Faculty of Dentistry’s Professor Rahimah Abdul Kadir saidthe clinic is run by Year Three, Four and Five students who are supervised bythe university’s lecturers. “At our dental clinic, members of the public canwalk in for screening and diagnosis, between Monday and Friday from 9.30am to3.30pm. “After screening and diagnosis, furthertreatments such as non-invasive preventive measures, scaling, extractions, rootcanals and removal of wisdom teeth can be done by appointment.” Rahimah said the dental clinic only charges aminimal cost as it was not set up with the aim of making profit.

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Lincoln joins hands with Sri Lanka

The Honorable Minister of Education from Sabaragamuwa Provincial Council of Sri Lanka and a team from KASP Learning Private Limited, visited Lincoln Kelana Jaya Learning site on 27th July 2017. The delegates were greeted by Prof. Datuk. Dr. Hajjah Bibi Florina Abdullah, Pro-Chancellor and Prof Dr. Amiya Bhaumik, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Datuk Dr. Abdul Gani Bin Mohammed Din ,D V C(ACADEMIC) and Dato’ Mohd Yusoff A. Bakar DVC, Students Affairs and Internationalization. The team was taken for campus visit followed by that MoU was signed between both the institutions. The objective of the MoU was to extend academic resources in terms of degree and masters programs.

Intensive Programme

Lincoln University College has initiated its 15 days intensive program for the MBA students of Globsyn Business School, India. 17 students headed by their Prof.Krishnendu Ghosh from the B school visited Wisma Lincoln campus for the inaugural session on 24th July 2017. Prof. Datuk. Dr. Hajjah Bibi Florina Abdullah, Pro-Chancellor and Prof Dr. Amiya Bhaumik, Vice Chancellor of Lincoln University College, presided over the session and welcomed the guest. After the inaugural session they were taken for the campus tour at Kelana Jaya learning site. During the 15 days visit the students will be provided with various trainings, intensive classes and industrial visit.

It’s not ‘bangun pagi, gosok gigi’ as previously thought

Many Malaysians would’ve grown up singing the children’s song “Bangun pagi, gosok gigi”, a guide of sorts on the best way to start their day.

As the song goes, children are taught that upon waking up, they are to brush their teeth, wash their faces, wear their clothes, eat their breakfast, then head to school.

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