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Graduates urged to be more dynamic

KUCHING: University graduates are urged to be more courageous in taking up job or business opportunities so that they are not left behind. University Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities senior lecturer Dr Siti Zanariah Ahmad Ishak...

Attitude will help graduates succeed, says academician

KUCHING: The degrees that graduates obtain from universities are just passports that reflect their knowledge, said Professor Dr Ambigapathy Pandian. The Dean of Faculty of Language and Communication, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas) pointed out that the graduates’ success depended on...

Cuepacs wants ministry to focus on three aspects when hiring teachers

KUALA LUMPUR: The Ministry of Education (MOE) has been urged to give priority to the quality, skills and interests of candidates who will be teaching in schools throughout the country. Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil...

Graduates urged to apply to be teachers

KUCHING: Sarawak Teachers’ Union (STU) is urging all unemployed graduates residing in Sarawak to apply to become teachers. STU President Adam Prakash Abdullah said the state is currently facing a shortage of 3,000 teachers. He applauded a recent announcement by Senior...

Higher starting salary for graduates by middle of the year

JEMPOL: The starting salary for graduates entering the job market is expected to be higher by the next three or four months with the country’s economy seen recovering, said Minister in the Prime Minister's Department (Economy) Datuk Seri Mustapa...

Graduates urged to take up entrepreneurship

KOTA SAMARAHAN: University graduates are urged to not be dependent on the public sector or large companies for jobs. Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives Minister Datuk Seri Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar said the younger generation must take a leap of faith...

2U2I prepares graduates for employment

KUALA LUMPUR: Implementation of the learning concept that combines two elements, namely a two-year study programme at the university and two-year industrial training (2U2I), will prepare graduates for the employment market, said Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives Minister (Medac) Datuk...

‘Practise to improve your English’

KUCHING: Early exposure and practise is pivotal to improve English competency among graduates, said Chuah Kee Man, a lecturer at Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas)’s Faculty of Language and Communication. To hold and enhance graduates’ proficiency in English, Chuah suggested intensifying...

At least one graduate per family

KUCHING: Producing a new generation of educated people remains the main focus for Pantai Damai constituency.  “We want to produce more graduates for the Pantai Damai area and one of our main goals is to have at least one graduate...

A graduate in every family

KUCHING: Pantai Damai assemblyman Datuk Dr Abdul Rahman Junaidi aims to churn out more scholars in his constituency. “We are fighting to produce a graduate in every family,” he said. According to him, education is an important agenda that he has...
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Graduates urged to be more dynamic

KUCHING: University graduates are urged to be more courageous in taking up job or business opportunities so that they...
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