In the interview with the Sunday Star marking his 100 days in office, the Vice-Chancellor of University of Malaya, Datuk Abdul Rahim Hashim Abdul Rahim outlined the “Universiti Malaya DNA”. The important attributes include critical thinking, good communication skills, drive, initiative and the ability to work independently, being adaptable and entrepreneurial. He also mentioned that we should learn to take advantage of technologies to address Industry 4.0.
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