‘Arrest poor quality of postgrads’

Quest for knowledge: Postgraduate education should only be attempted by those who could unwaveringly dedicate themselves to the pursuit. - 123rf.com

WHILE the government aims to produce 60,000 PhD graduates by 2023, the declining quality of Malaysian postgraduate education, particularly in the humanities and social sciences, is in need of serious introspection.

The primary problem besetting our postgraduate education is the lack of reading and ability to comprehend – particularly materials in English – among students.

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