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YOUTH unemployment remains one of the more pressing economic issues, with one of the factors being the mismatch of skill sets as posited by the Economic Outlook 2019.
KUCHING: Sarawak Consolidated Industries Bhd (SCIB) has secured two major contracts worth about RM10mil for the supply of industrialised building system (IBS) products to two government projects.
The Pakatan Harapan government has promised bold measures to drive the reform agenda towards strengthening the check-and-balance mechanism at all levels to restore trust and confidence in the country’s key institutions. These changes may not bring immediate economic value, but are important to regain investor confidence. The education system is seen as one area that needs an overhaul if the country is serious in bringing about reforms.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Indian Network of Entrepreneurs Association (1MINE) hopes that the upcoming Budget 2019 will provide more allocation and incentives for main sectors such as education, entrepreneurship, health, agriculture and affordable housing.
PETALING JAYA: Prestariang Bhd’s wholly owned subsidiary, Prestariang Systems Sdn Bhd, has secured a one-year extension for its contract with the Education Ministry to supply Microsoft software licences to public higher education institutions in the country.
On your own by Tan Thiam Hock
AFTER my last article, Jacqueline from one of my active chat groups asked that I write a wish list to our Education Minister. Instead of talking about the IIUM president’s job that he insist on keeping, I challenged the group members to focus on our primary and secondary national schools by asking them to give me their personal top three wishes for the wish list that I can compile and message to Dr Maszlee Malik via this column.