Think and adapt to sophisticated technology Taib
37 month ago, 21-Oct-2017
Taib speaking at MRSM Mukah graduation ceremony.
MUKAH: Sarawak must think and act fast to adapt to drastic changes in the world economy to prepare the younger generations to meet global workforce challenges.
Head of State Tun Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud said that being underpopulated the plan to develop Sarawak on the economics of scale was near impossible.
He therefore urged Sarawak’s current and future leaders to start thinking of the best possible way to tap into the bigger global economic potential and start preparing the youths to master sophisticated technology.
It is up to the people to do research and widen the scope of employment, he said, speakingat the Graduation ceremony of MARA Junior Science College (MRSM) of Mukah here today.
He stressed that he is only speaking from his observation and is not trying to implement any new policy.
I am just sharing my thought and concern for our future generations, he added.
At the ceremony, 116 Form Five students graduated via MARA SPMRSM (a MRSM education system that offers two certifications) with 50 students scoring First Class by getting CGPA between 3.5 to 4, 49 students scoring Second Class Upper with 3.0 to 3.49 CGPA pointers and 15 passing with Second Class lower by obtaining between 2.0 and 2.99 CGPA pointers.