Challenges ahead for new deputy VC


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  • Sunday, 29 Dec 2013

IT is not enough for fresh graduates to have just technical and soft skills. They also need to possess negotiation skills in order to meet the increasing expectations of employers and stakeholders.

“Our new challenge is to produce graduates with all three of these key elements,” said Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) deputy vice-chancellor (Academic and International) Prof Datuk Dr Mad Nasir Shamsudin.

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