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Dr Mahathir Mohamad: Education is crucial for the progress of the nation

Bipin Dimri Apr 15, 2019

Education plays a pivotal role to pave the way for the growth of a country. The most crucial element to lay down a firm foundation to make a nation better for people to live. Everyone is getting the proper or the primary education that they need to make their way towards the progress of the country, according to Dr Mahathir Mohamad, the Prime Minister of Malaysia.

Recently Dr Mahathir Mohamad gave a speech at a Master of Business Administration convocation ceremony took place at the Asia School Business. In the statement, the good Doctor said that the best thing to make an investment is in education. It is Education that raises the utter potential of every single individual via value-added services. Eventually also increases the possibility of economics as well as the businesses of a country.

Dr Mahathir Mohamad also stressed on the fact that in a nation, the investment in education is going to provide a better outcome than any other source.

Even, the fondest memories that people usually cherish comes from days that they spent in the educational institutions. A person goes through elementary school, then comes the high school and goes all the way to a college and a good university for post-graduation. And these educators also work as long-term employees in some of the esteemed organization from around the world.

According to Dr Mahathir, Malaysia is driven with a single conviction which has curated the perfect means to access better quality education. Before taking the role of the Prime Minister, Dr Mahathir used to be a medical doctor. And eventually, the business leaders and economists reminded Dr Mahathir that the most critical element for the economic progress of a country is productivity. Providing high-end salaries to the employees without gaining maximum productivity is entirely meaningless, mostly because it only increases the prices of services and goods in a country.


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