The 4th Industrial Revolution brings benefits while at the same time creates uncertainty as well as unknown challenges. Apart from bringing transformative changes to industry, economy and society, the presence of Artificial Intelligence (A.I), Internet of Things (IoT), robots and machine learning also causes a revolution in the landscape of education that changes the way a student learn, find information and perform daily tasks. Hence, the Deputy Minister of Education highlighted the ability and commitment to equip themselves and fit the demands of skills and competency in the Fourth Industrial Revolution Era are very important. Datin Seri Paduka Doctor Hajah Micronet International College Convocation ceremony this morning. The text of her speech was read by Doctor Chin Wei Keh, Deputy Permanent Secretary for Higher Education at the Ministry of Education. Datin Seri Paduka Doctor Hajah Romaizah also stressed the need to transform the education sector to produce intellectual and competitive human resource to spur the country's development demands the cooperation of the government and private sector.
125 students graduated with the Higher National Diploma, HND, Diplomas and Certificates from Pearson BTEC, National Computing Centre, (NCC) Education and Scottish Qualification Authority, (SQA). Two graduates Nur Amni Bazillah binti Haji Bukri and Muhammad Sirajuddin bin Haji Esmit received the Micronet Special Merit Award for their excellent academic achievements. Micronet International College plays a major role in producing human capital who can fulfil the needs of the workforce market especially in the ICT field for the country's economic development.
Source: Radio Television Brunei