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Help realise SCORE dream, technical education institutions urged


Well done: Yap (second from right) presenting the award to Michellina during the convocation at Inti College Sarawak in Kuching. With them are Abdul Aziz (right) and PPKS executive director Datuk Baharudin Abdullah. — Bernama

Well done: Yap (second from right) presenting the award to Michellina during the convocation at Inti College Sarawak in Kuching. With them are Abdul Aziz (right) and PPKS executive director Datuk Baharudin Abdullah. — Bernama

KUCHING: Technical education institutions must rise to the challenge of producing skilled workers to meet the requirements of the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE).

Deputy Education Minister Datuk Mary Yap said the state government aimed to increase the number of technical graduates by 200% or 68,000 people by 2015.

   

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