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Are Indian Students Falling Through the Racial Quota Gap?

Charles Santiago, Klang MP | Karthiges Rajamanickam, Central Committee Member, Party Socialist Malaysia

10-Aug-22 18:00

Are Indian Students Falling Through the Racial Quota Gap?

Klang MP Charles Santiago has called for an end to the “apartheid-esque” system in education, saying that it keeps qualified Indian students from the B40 community entrapped in a cycle of poverty. First, we speak to Charles himself to find out what's happening. Then, we get into what specific assistance should be provided to students in this community.

Image Source: fiz_zero, shutterstock

Produced by: Natasha Fusil, Kelly Anissa

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharmilla Ganesan


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Categories:  educationLaw/Activismpolitics

Tags:  educationb40racial quotasracial policyhigher educationmatriculation





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