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New plans: Prof Syed Ahmad said universities must prioritise re-strategising their teaching and learning during this period.

THE Covid-19 pandemic has thrown universities out of their comfort zones, propelling them to embrace e-learning in its entirety.

Students and lecturers had to change the way they taught, learnt and conducted research overnight.

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