Why single out students from private education institutions?

  • Letters
  • Monday, 18 Apr 2005

THE Malaysian Association of Private Colleges and Universities (MAPCU) welcomes and supports any justifiable and reasonable move to address the issue of the high rate of unemployed graduates, “Mara may scrap scholarships for IPTS students” (The Star, March 27). 

Mara’s enthusiasm and pro-active attitude is to be applauded in this instance.  

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