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DOI : 10.24924/ijelt

ISSN :

  • 2289-6732

Start Year : 2016

Published Articles : 38



Volume: 4, Issue Number: 1

INFLUENCE OF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN NUTRITIONAL INDUSTRY, MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2019.04/v4.iss1/1.10
Ng So Karm, Ananthalakshmi Mahadevan

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The world is changing in a fast-paced manner and life is full of challenges, learning needs to be at our fingertips anytime, anywhere, when most relevant to us. People power is the key intangible asset to every organization (EDUCBA, 2018). ... Read More


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FACTORS INFLUENCING INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS DECISION OF UNIVERSITY SELECTION IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2019.04/v4.iss1/11.26
Sivachandry Sundarrajh, Nabilah Zulkfili

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In 2007, Malaysia has launched an internationalization of higher education in the country which is Malaysia's National Education Strategic Plan (NESP). This plan was established to revolve the student and staff mobility, social integration, academic programs and many more. This policy was developed as the efforts of most Asean countries transforming to be education hub in the region. According to Ministry of Education of Malaysia, there are 1,134,134 students enrolled in higher education in Malaysia and 100,000 them are international students from various countries (KPT, 2015). ... Read More


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IDENTIFYING ENTREPRENEURIAL CHARACTERISTICS AMONG BUSINESS AND IT STUDENTS IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2019.04/v4.iss1/27.37
Abdulsamad Olalekan Sanusi

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The purpose of this research is to identify and explore the entrepreneurial characteristics between business and IT students in one of Malaysia's public universities in the education industry. According to previous research carried out by both scholars and economists indicate that the most important entrepreneurial characteristics that students should inherit are risk taking, communication skills, innovation, need for achievement and self-confidence (Zaman, 2013). ... Read More


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LEADING INNOVATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE AT EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION CENTRE - A CASE STUDY

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2019.04/v4.iss1/38.48
Helen Kong Yeok Mui

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ABC is a startup business for preschool education, established in 2017 in Muar, Johor by four qualified educators with passion and vision to train up each child to be a champion in life. It adopts Thermodynamic Systems with open system for group interaction, closed system to enhance teamwork and isolated system for training and progress monitoring. The training and development programs comprised of academic and non-academic programs, which are incorporated with fun activities, music and movement. ... Read More


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PARENTS' PERCEPTION ON TYPES AND QUALITY OF CHILDCARE IN MALAYSIA

DOI :10.24924/ijelt/2019.04/v4.iss1/49.59
Azmiera Husna Binti Azizi

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World Bank Country Director for Malaysia said Malaysia has the opportunity to accelerate its transformation into a high income economy if more women were in the labour force (Jayabalan, 2013).Therefore, the increasing role and participation of women in this country is highly anticipated. ... Read More


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