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Dr. Ibrahim Abu Shah, President of Mara University of Technology in Malaysia, accompanied by 3 Malaysian businessmen will visit the BA on Monday, 19 February 2007.
Taking tourism to new heights in Sarawak
"There are other places where rich biodiversity can still be found but they are quite different from those found here," says Datuk Seri Professor Dr Ibrahim Abu Shah, Vice Chancellor, Mara University of Technology, Malaysia.
Varsity research hailed
Looking on from left are Social Development and Urbanisation Minister Dato Sri Dr. James Masing, UiTM's vice chancellor Dato Seri Professor Dr. Ibrahim Abu Shah, and Assistant Minister in the Chief Minister's Department, Haji Bolhassan Haji Di.PHOTOGRAPH: TH LU.
...UiTM's vice chancellor Dato Seri Professor Dr. Ibrahim Abu Shah also spoke earlier on.The three-day conference, jointly organised by the Institute of Research, Development and Commercialization (IRDC), Universiti Institute Tech-nology Malaysia (UiTM) and the Faculty of Applied Sciences (FAS) was attended by 260 participants from UiTM, Unimas, Batu Lintang Teachers Training College (BLITC) and Tun Razak Teachers Training College Samarahan.
Ibrahim Abu Shah
LittleGiant: The proposal by the Malay ...
LittleGiant: The proposal by the Malay Consultative Council president, Ibrahim Abu Shah, that meritocracy be abolished in the country's education system is illogical and short-sighted.
Kamikasi: Are the educationists - Ibrahim Abu Shah
and Zainal Kling - openly admitting that Malays are second-class students?
Dizzer: Former Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) deputy chancellor Ibrahim's 35 percent figure could be right if you include all the Institut Pengajian Tinggi Awam (IPTA) and tutorial colleges but do not include UiTM (130,000-plus bumiputera students).
On the other hand, Ibrahim Abu Shah
proposed to practise educational apartheid in order to abolish the current meritocracy system in education.