CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS – A COURSE FOR OUR TIMES
MOHE INVITES FEEDBACK FROM PRIVATE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES FOR A REVIEW OF ACT 555
Are Private Universities and Colleges Really Private?
About some quirks in the Private Higher Educational Institutions Act 1996
New article calls for the revitalizing of the National Council on High Education
Espact is privileged to be working with the Union Harvest companies in developing their policies and strategies in preventing corruption in their business space.
Professor Loveleen Gaur to provide an in-depth look into how data science is transforming public health care services
Former court appeal judge Datuk Dr. Haji Hamid Sultan Bin Abu establishes new arbitration process.
The UK based Centre for Data Ethics Innovation recently published a report entitled ‘The role of AI in addressing misinformation on social media platforms.’ The report was the outcome of an expert forum that the Centre brought together from a range of stakeholders, including platforms, fact-checking organisations, media groups, and academics, to discuss the role of AI in addressing misinformation on social media platforms.
Another 60 Years of Lease for Bukit Nanas Convent
GERAK applies for Judicial Review of the appointment of the Vice-Chancellor of Universiti Terengganu
Dr Almaz Kadyraliev, Rector Kyrgyz Economic University Joins the Espact Team
The Tyranny of Social Media
Services to Safeguard the Organization, Directors and other Officials
From liability under the new s. 17A
Malaysian Anti-corruption Commission Act 2009
The NAMA Foundation’s online conference on Education and Third Sector in Indonesia, Kyrgyzstan and Tanzania was a success at both the subject and technical levels. The conference was held on 5 November 2020 at 2.00pm.
A Judicial View of Plagiarism and the Duties of the Supervisor in Thesis Writing