TVET a viable choice for building great future careers


A group of happy students after obtaining their excellent results of Certificate of Education Malaysia (SPM) 2019. Photo: Bernama

SPM graduates should know how TVET can increase their employability and help them on a path to professional achievement

The most recent crop of graduating students from the 2019 SPM exams, performing better than those of the previous year, with the national average grade (GPN) recorded at 4.86 for 2019, compared with 4.89 in 2018, shows that Malaysian students are excelling in terms of education and knowledge acquisition.

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