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Research into adding quota of Indian students in IPTAs
Posted: 21 May 2012
The Ministry of Higher Education is finding the best solution to increase the intake of Indian students into public higher institutions of learning
According to Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin, the reduction in percentage of the intake is due to the meritocracy system that only allows the best to enter IPTA
The Prime Minister himself voiced his worry about the reduction of Indians entering IPTA and he requests the education ministry to find the best solution for it
Mohamed Khaled added that other approaches have to be accounted for besides the meritocracy system to ensure the minority is assisted
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