Many underprivileged students in universities thanks to Malaysian Family education initiative, says PM

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SEGAMAT: Many students from underprivileged families have managed to enter universities under the government’s Jelajah Pendidikan Keluarga Malaysia initiative, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

The Prime Minister said that the programme, which was previously known as Jelajah Pendidikan Bumiputra, which started in 2016, had proven beneficial to students and was brought back this year.

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