Give bumi students their due credit


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  • Sunday, 20 Apr 2003

AS our society progresses, the not-so-new issue of “bumiputra quota”, especially in the education sector, has often left students, both bumiputras and non-bumiputras, feeling somewhat “cheated”. 

To most non-bumiputra students, that statement may raise eyebrows as, over the years, they have at times lost out on varsity places and scholarship awards to their bumiputra counterparts who did not obtain as favourable academic results as they did. 

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