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KUANTAN: Seventeen years after opening its doors, Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) is now positioned as one of the leading universities in the country to offer high-level Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) programmes.
Robot warders check on inmates as Hong Kong tests ‘smart prison’ devices to step up security, surveillance
Prisons hope technology can ease workload of hard-pressed staff, many of whom quit. Upgraded CCTV cameras, wristbands will let prison staff monitor inmates more closely.
NEW YORK: Youdao, an intelligent learning firm of China's internet giant NetEase, filed for an initial public offering (IPO) with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission late Monday, the company said in its latest prospectus.
SHANGHAI: Bestbond, a Chinese apartment rental company, had been planning on a Nasdaq flotation in one to two years but as U.S.-China trade tensions racheted higher, the Hong Kong stock exchange emerged as a possible candidate. Now, it's firmly on the table
CLOSE to two million students in over 2,000 schools were recently affected by school closures in several states, following the worsening haze condition.
MANY who strive to succeed in business or even life, in general, have consistently turned to leadership courses in recent years.
TAYLOR’S University brought home five awards from the Education Minister’s Special Award Ceremony: Innovative Curriculum Design and Delivery (AKRI) 2019, the highest number of awards attributed to a university to date.
PASIR GUDANG: Teachers in Malaysia will soon be able to teach their students through recorded materials from other outstanding teachers from next year onwards as part of the Education Ministry’s e-learning initiative.
PETALING JAYA: There is a lack of awareness and engagement with the industry when it comes to the works and research done by higher learning institutions in terms of market development.