Knowledge Society In Malaysia

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The development and creation of knowledge society in Malaysia Malaysia is scheduled to evolve into a knowledge society to achieve the mission and vision early year 2020. However, there are many aspects need to be considered before the target can be implemented. For developing countries, the ability of a knowledge society must be dealt with politically, socially and economically so that it looks smooth movement which has been developed according to plan. The target is expected to be realized even many developed countries such as USA, England and others have reached this stage. But it was not a big problem as development of a knowledge society, they have been around for a long time before Malaysia introduced a knowledge society.Concepts such…show more content…
Therefore, its main purpose is to provide and fulfill the nation's needs with knowledgeable, skilled and competent human capital. Policy statements on lifelong learning have been mentioned in a number of government documents and plans to provide access to lifelong learning to every citizen have been strategized. Lifelong learning is the learning that needs to be expanded in terms of personality development which will benefit in the future. This is because the lessons will be used while the student takes approximately in certain situations. For example, “kemahiran hidup” subject that must to be taken during secondary school that could have an impact on the students themselves.”Kemahiran hidup” or lifelong learning is a subject in the syllabus of the Ministry of Education. This subject is taught to students of primary and lower secondary school students of Form 1 to 3.These subjects include mechanical, business, social, electronics, home economics and agriculture at basic…show more content…
More precisely, it is hoped that R&D programmes can boost the new economy through the development of human capital and intellectual property rights and to reduce the knowledge gap. Besides, the government also provides loans and scholarships to researchers to give them the opportunity to improve the study of the sector that need which allows the study can be used in the future. For example, the use of solar energy and electricity in the future involving public transport. Ministry of science, technology and Innovation (MOSTI) provide science Fund is a grant to carry out R&D projects that can contribute to the discovery of new ideas and the advancement of knowledge in applied sciences, focusing on high impact and innovative research. Techno Fund is a grant scheme which aims to stimulate the growth and successful innovation of Malaysian enterprises by increasing the level of R&D and its commercialisation. The scheme provides funding for technology development, up to pre commercialisation stage, with the commercial potential to create new businesses and generate economic wealth for the

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