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THE first half of 2017 has been positive and historical for Malaysian higher education. Across various international achievement indicators, Malaysian universities as well as the higher education system as a whole have recorded significant improvements.
What a year 2015 has been for Malaysia’s higher education front. Many positives have been accomplished and in this special 2-part article, I’d like to share a number of highlight-worthy accomplishments.
Following on from Part 1 (link below), the second half of 2016 was no less exciting with many noteworthy accolades reached.
I was speaking to some friends at the Ministry of Higher Education a few days ago and was pleasantly surprised to find out various interesting things about Malaysia’s research & development (R&D) landscape – many we can be proud of and probably didn’t know about. Inspired, I’ve up come with this list.
The elderly have the highest Covid-19 mortality rates, but a diet rich in vitamin C, D and zinc can help boost the immune system of older people.
On Jan 29 2017, Puan Rahayu Awang, 45, received the keys to her new home in Kampung Bukit Kenak in Besut, Terengganu, from Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh, the Minister of Higher Education, who is also Besut MP. She was the recipient of the 100th Rumah Komuniti or Community Home.
Most senior citizens in their retirement years would be spending time with their families and grandkids, or indulging in their hobbies (at last!), pottering around the home and garden. A few might still be working for financial reasons, maybe running a business to busy themselves.