Titas subject to be made compulsory


ISLAMIC and Asian Civilisation Studies (Titas) will be made compulsory for local students in private institutions of higher learning from Sept 1.

In a written reply to Dr Ko Chung Sen (DAP-Kampar), Education Minister Tan Sri Muhyid-din Yassin said the move was part of an effort to standardise requirements between private and public universities, by taking into account the study needs of local and international students.

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