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INCREASINGLY growing as equal players in the local higher education industry, the private education sector needs to be included in the government's overall strategic planning to raise the quality of higher education in the country.  

Aware of this, the education ministry has always practised an open door policy with the members of the private education sector, says Dr Parmjit Singh, managing director of Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology (Apiit). 

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