Syed Saddiq: Reopening universities on short notice will burden students
Many students have emptied their dorms, rental units as they were told online classes were to be held until Dec 31, he says.
-Putrajaya’s decision to reopen tertiary education institutions on short notice despite previous announcements will make it difficult for students and the universities, said former youth and sports minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman. Read more: malaysiakini.com »
Schools to reopen in stages for other students starting July 15, says Education MinisterPETALING JAYA: Schools will reopen in stages for other students starting July 15.
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