Higher education sector to focus on safety and health


PETALING JAYA: Higher education institutions (HEIs) are ready to adhere to the strict standard operating procedures when their students return in stages from Oct 15 to continue and complete their studies.Malaysian Association of Private Colleges and Universities (Mapcu) president Datuk Dr Parmjit Singh (pic) said they are ready to abide by the SOP which is designed for the safety of all students and staff.

“At the same time, over the last 18 months, we have become familiar with all the protocols in managing a safe environment and are determined to ensure that no clusters emerge,” said Parmjit, who is the Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation chief executive officer.

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