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SERDANG, Tues. - Universiti Putra Malaysia, which unveiled its 10-year plan today, will increase the number of postgraduate students to 10,000 within that period.
Its vice-chancellor Professor Datuk Dr Zohadie Bardaie announced this in his keynote address on the university's direction from this year to 2010.
Today is also Zohadie's 105th day as vice-chancellor.
Zohadie said quality was more important than quantity and this was the rationale behind decreasing the number of first degree students.
"It will enable us to create an environment which is more conducive to learning, and give more focus to the quality of learning based on existing …