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Indonesian universities are the weak link in booming economy

There are 4 comments on the www.gulf-times.com story from Sep 25, 2012, titled Indonesian universities are the weak link in booming economy. In it, www.gulf-times.com reports that:

Indonesias creaking university system is failing to keep pace with its booming economy, struggling to produce graduates equipped for modern working life in the Southeast Asian nation.

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dr mental

Ampang, Malaysia

#4 Sep 25, 2012
hahaha. u can se their comments here. very uneducated bunch of idiots
dr mental

Ampang, Malaysia

#5 Sep 25, 2012
*see
apasaja

Bayan Lepas, Malaysia

#6 Sep 25, 2012
PH4NT0M wrote:
Indonesian universities are the weak link in booming economy
Indonesia’s creaking university system is failing to keep pace with its booming economy, struggling to produce graduates equipped for modern working life in the Southeast Asian nation.
Investors have flocked to the fast-modernising country of 240mn people, attracted by its huge domestic market, rich natural resources and relatively low labour costs.
But badly resourced universities mean quality graduates are a rare commodity in Indonesia, where companies find it difficult to recruit people who can think critically and make a smooth transition into employment.
“University graduates often lack the necessary skills employers need,” the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) said in a recent report on education.
The report observed gaps in “thinking, technical and behavioural skills”, based on a World Bank survey of employers, which found 20 to 25% of graduates needed retraining on the job.
Indonesian universities are “lagging behind” those of other nations and lack global competitiveness, the OECD report said, in contrast to nations such as India that produce doctors, engineers and scientists whose skills are in demand worldwide.
None of Indonesia’s 92 public universities or around 3,000 private colleges appeared among the world’s top 400 tertiary institutions in the latest Times Higher Education rankings, seen as one of the world’s most authoritative sources of higher education information.
This is despite the fact that Indonesia is often placed on the same rung of development as BRICS nations—Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa—all of which made the list.
Headhunter Lina Marianti, who works for JAC Recruitment in Jakarta, said foreign employers reject more than half the graduates she recommends for corporate positions.“We provide the best graduates, but even our best are unable to meet employers’ expectations,” Marianti said.
Kelemahan berfikir juga Indon dibuktikan diTopix.

Indonesia perlu rmbak sistem pembelajarannya supaya jadi lebih pintar.

Bila sudah pintar kuranglah rasa iri sama jiran.
saya

Norway

#7 Sep 26, 2012

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