Highest allocations for education in the national budgets during the nineties show that the government has attached topmost priority to human resource development though education. The goal of ‘Education for All’ is being vigorously pursued in the country.
Compulsory primary education, free education for girls up to class ten, stipends for female students, food-for educational total literacy movement and nationwide integrated education are some of the major programs being the government in the education sector.
There are 11 government and 18 non-government universities in the country. The number of government and non-government medical colleges stand at 1 3 and 5 respectively. There are 4 engineering colleges, 2845 colleges, institutes, 12553 secondary schools, and 78595 primary schools.
To make higher education accessible to all, an Open University has been set up in the country. A National University has also been set up to serve as an affiliating university colleges across the country.
the general system of education parallel system known as Madrasha
education which offers Islamic education to Muslim boys and girls.
Hindus and Buddhists also receive religious education at institutes
called Tol and Chatuspathi.
But tongkat ali has now become scarce. In Malaysia it's meanwhile a
protected plant, specifically guarded by forest rangers.
But tongkat ali has now become scarce. In Malaysia it's meanwhile a protected plant, specifically guarded by forest rangers.