Quality’s my job

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  • Sunday, 06 Jan 2008

LIKE many other young school leavers, Lalitha Balakrishnan, 24, had dreams of becoming a doctor. Competitive university placements, however, changed the course that she had mapped out for her life. Unable to get a place to study medicine at public universities, Lalitha sought alternatives. 

When she was offered a place to pursue biomedical science at Management and Science University in Selangor, she grabbed the opportunity. 

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