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SKMM is the regulator for postal services in Malaysia.

The Postal Services Act  2012 seeks SKMM to ensure the high quality conveyance of Postal articles and to protect the interest of users of postal services.

The National Postal Strategy sets out a roadmap for the Malaysian postal and courier sector 

to maintain the relevance of the sector in the overall development of the nation.

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YBhg. Datuk Dr. Madinah binti Mohamad

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YBhg. Datuk Dr. Madinah binti Mohamad

Secretary General - Ministry Of Education Malaysia

YBhg. Datuk Dr. Madinah binti Mohamad was officially appointed as Secretary General, Ministry of Education Malaysia (MOE) effective  on 3 June 2013.

She graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from University Science Malaysia and a Master's degree in Human Resource Development from University Putra Malaysia. She began her career as an Administrative and Diplomatic Officer in 1981 with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Prior to her current position, Datuk Dr. Madinah binti Mohamad has had vast working experience in various Government agencies such as the Public Service Department, the Ministry of National and Rural Development, the Ministry of Works, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) and the National Unity and Integration Department.  





It is the quality of the human capital that will determine if we can meet our aspirations of achieving a high value, and high income, economy by 2020. As we progress towards becoming a developed nation, we must do our part to equip fellow Malaysians with the skills and knowledge to succeed as a productive member of the knowledge-led economy.

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Malaysians are now more exposed to the various media platforms than in previous years. As the authority and custodian of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998, Postal Services Act 2001 and Digital Signature Act 1997, the Commission’s functions and responsibilities are becoming increasingly more apparent and significant.

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