Digitizing Malaysia now Malaysia is a proud Asian country with remarkable achievements in science and technology. Day by day Malaysians are strengthening their nation with useful technological reforms. Today, you can see them as having one of the most developed infrastructures in Asia. They are just second to Singapore in Southeast Asian Region having millions of cellular subscribers and about four million landline subscribers. Besides this, Malaysia owns more than hundred industrial parks including two of the most recognized specialty parks, which are Technology Park Malaysia and Kulim High Tech Park. It is a fact that Malaysian government is spending heavily on infrastructure projects, especially in the field of science and technology, holding a firm position in Global I.T Competition. Malaysian technological reforms are digitizing every single part of it. From education to electoral system, everything is digitized to help Malaysians live better life. Malaysian Education System Education in Malaysia is improving rapidly, which is why it has one of the best universities of Asia. You can see the number of international applicants opting Malaysia for studies every year, as it is a centre of higher education now, especially for studies related to technology. However, before analyzing the quality of higher education, you should be aware with all the levels of education there. Usually, Malaysia has four exam stages before opting for higher studies. The details are as follows: 1.
UPSR (Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah) is for Primary School Achievement Test
PMR (Penilaian Menengah Rendah) is for Lower Certificate of Education
SPM (Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia) is for Malaysian Certificate of Education, which is equivalent to GCSE O' Levels
STPM (Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia) is for Malaysian Higher School Certificate which is equivalent to GCE A' Levels
Technology in Malaysian Education System In 2010, one of Malaysia's Decoder Service TV namely "Astro TV" started its educational services project through which you can get prepared for UPSR, PMR, and SPM exams. The Astro TV educational service namely "Astro TV Tutor" uses its ipTV function for live streaming Malaysia to give online lectures in order to help students in getting an easy and hassle free access to exam preparations. By this, students can save time and study more by reducing the time needed to attend the extra preparation classes in private tuition centers. Apart from this, now Malaysian government has achieved another milestone in providing their people a hassle free life i.e. you can check SPM UPSR results online through SMS service. This service will make the life of students and their parents more easy and time saving. Technology in Malaysian Electoral System The quest for high-tech access does not end here. Besides progress in education sector, Malaysia is also progressing in its electoral system by leaps and bounds. Based on this fact, recently the Malaysian Government has launched the website of PRU13 Elections marking another landmark achievement in their progress. It will provide voters a full interactive support. Moreover, it will show the status of voters, record complaints, will help you in finding your voting area and much more to make the electoral process successful. The Astro TV educational service namely "Astro TV Tutor" uses its ipTV function for live streaming Malaysia to give online lectures in order to help students in getting an easy and hassle free access to exam preparations.
Published on Feb 16, 2013
Published on Feb 16, 2013
Malaysia is a proud Asian country with remarkable achievements in science and technology. Day by day Malaysians are strengthening their nati...