MJIIT Voices says about 200 students have applied to transfer to other faculties over the last three years. FMTNews
MJIIT Voices says about 200 students have applied to transfer to other faculties over the last three years.
MJIIT Voices adviser Sharan Raj said this after a meeting with UTM on the issue, chaired by Maszlee Malik here today.
MJIIT was established by the Malaysian and Japanese governments in 2010, in line with the Look East Policy introduced by Dr Mahathir Mohamad during his first stint as prime minister.
“That is why we want the education ministry to interfere, as UTM did not provide any solutions.
“We do not want UTM to have such power to make decisions, so Maszlee also said that the ministry’s legal adviser would look into the matter.”Read more: Free Malaysia Today
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