PhD grads taste fruits of labour


Changemakers: (From left) Murugappan, Stella, Rawan and Afriza.Changemakers: (From left) Murugappan, Stella, Rawan and Afriza.

IN order for a nation to build a sustainable knowledge-based economy, its citizens must possess a breadth of expertise to discover gaps and develop transformation within their fields.

Key to achieving that is to produce more PhD holders who will be able to make contributions to their respective disciplines, gain transferable skills, and trigger critical thinking and innovation.

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