E-Learning- Infrastructure, Infrastructure, Infrastructure
Dr Noraishah Mydin Abdul Aziz, Secretary, University Malaya Academic Staff Union
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Calls have surfaced for university tuition fees to come down, especially since physical classes have largely come to a halt due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The argument is that since most students have returned to their hometowns, university facilities are not being fully utilised during the MCO, and many B40 and M40 families are now suffering from severe economic uncertainty. Both students and academic staff have been severely affected, so to give us more insight, we reached out to Dr Noraishah Mydin Abdul Aziz, Secretary of the UM Academic Staff Union.
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Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Lyn Mak
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Tags: Covid-19, online, fees, university, students, MCO, CMCO, Malaysia, B40, M40, Ministry of Higher Education, higher education, teachers, academics, physical distancing,