Revive training schemes call


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  • Thursday, 03 Apr 2003

MULTINATIONALS and big corporations should revive the programme to train graduates in an effort to polish up their skills and lessen the Government’s burden in dealing with unemployed graduates, a backbencher proposed. 

Datuk Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (BN – Bagan Datoh) said the “programme for executive development,” which was initiated in the 1970s, should be brought back so that undergraduates could be trained by big companies and be absorbed into their workforce later on. 

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