Progress is only achieved through enlightenment of the people. As such, these bodies play a vital role in shaping our education landscape; from setting up the national curriculum, to producing bright young talents for the workforce, as well as constantly innovating in the realm of science and technology.
Department of Standards Malaysia (STANDARDS MALAYSIA)

Ensuring products and practices maintain standards through accreditation, benefiting us as it progresses the country.

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Department of Chemistry Malaysia (KIMIA Malaysia)

Responsible for analytical and forensic sciences, as well as ensuring public health, while advancing the nation through science and research.

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Malaysian Remote Sensing Agency (MRSA)

Optimises the use of remote sensing and related technologies for sustainable development of the country.

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Malaysian Meteorological Department (MET Malaysia)

Records data based on daily scientific observation and monitors weather activity which provides weather reports and warnings to the public.

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National Space Agency (ANGKASA)

Aims to upgrade, stimulate and foster the country’s space programme through integrated and coordinated efforts by developing and applying space technologies.

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Bantuan Kewangan OKU

Awarded to gifted disabled students for academic excellence enabling them to pursue higher education.

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2u2i

Students who spend two years in university and two years in the industry, enabling greater exposure to real working environment.

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Malaysia Higher Education Blueprint

A transformation initiative, developed to improve the accessibility, quality, unity and efficiency of Higher Learning Institutes.

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Yayasan Tunku Abdul Rahman

Financially supports students who embody the qualities of the first Malaysian Prime Minister, to enable them to pursue higher education and to commemorate his memory.

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Perbadanan Tabung Pendidikan Tinggi Nasional (PTPTN)

Enables the distribution and management of educational loans so that more students are able to continue studying, while offering scheme savings and deposit management.

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Public Private Partnership

Allows private sectors to play an important role in supporting the national education system, accelerating academic achievement and school performances.

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Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET)

Includes formal, non-formal and informal learning that prepare young people with the knowledge and skills required in the working world.

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Equity in Education

Addresses the performance gap between urban and rural schools with various initiatives and improving infrastructure.

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Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE)

Aims to standardise and streamline the quality of preschool education nationwide.

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Rancangan Makanan Tambahan (RMT)

A food aid plan designed to help underprivileged primary school students.

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