who have benefited from PESP. These recipients are leaders in countless capacities — in Petronas, the industry and the nation,” said Anuar.
“For Petronas, our rewarding moment comes in seeing our sponsored students flourish in their studies and continue to excel throughout their careers.”
He added that Petronas remained focused on building a sustainable pipeline of talent, not just for its future human resource requirements but also in line with the organisation’s mission of contributing to the wellbeing of society and supporting the nation’s pursuit of progress.
“The future workforce is expected to be resourceful, technically competent and digitally advanced.
“What will make one stand out from the crowd will be one’s own flexibility, resilience and ability to withstand the challenges of working life and thrive as a winner.”
The education grants, worth RM134 million, were a testimony to Petronas’s commitment to the development of the country’s human capital and skilled professionals despite operating in a challenging business environment, he said.