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Leading education for tomorrow’s teachers

By Kavitha Soundararajan, Lecturer, School of Education, MPU & Language “Our children are the rock on which our future will be built,” said Nelson Mandela. The world will always have emerging people who will advance society; therefore, it is crucial that they be guided, nurtured, and developed holistically. To achieve this, children need to be...

Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) lifted in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur

The Deputy Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob has announced the Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) imposed on 34 mukim in eight districts in Selangor ended on 16 July 2021. Selangor is now back under Phase One of the National Recovery Plan (NRP). SEGi University & Colleges will continue all teaching and learning activities...
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Malay Language as a first language in Society

By Emily Bt Mising Udup, Lecturer, School of Education, MPU and Language Education in Malaysia is a continuous effort towards further developing the potential of individuals in a holistic and integrated manner, to produce balanced and harmonious individuals in terms of intellectual, emotional, spiritual and physical based on strong faith and obedience to God. Such...
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Change of management accounting practices in IR 4.0

By Ng Kean Wai, Lecturer, School of Business The Emergence of IR 4.0 Technological advances have greatly changed the way people do business. Production methods and business operations are improving with the help of technology. This scenario is also called the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The evolution from the first Industrial Revolution to Industry 4.0 has...
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Recognition: powerful, but often overlooked

By Siti Rashidah Yusoff, Lecturer, School of American Degree Program Introduction “We all like to be recognized and appreciated. Just by giving an award or recognition certificate, formally recognizing someone in front of a group or even buying a cup of coffee, we’re telling the employee that their work is appreciated.” – Harvey Stein, President,...

Nonverbal communication in the workplace

By Thenmoli A/P Rajantran, Lecturer, School of Creative Arts & Designs If people were to possess an actual toolbox filled with basic yet important tools to function in a society then communication would be the biggest and most dominant tool in said toolbox. We humans love to interact with one another and even before the...
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