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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.

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