NTU President Professor Subra Suresh was on CNBC to share the aspirations and measures taken by the university to address the future of workforce:
(1) All 23,000 undergrads will be expected to take minimum credits in Digital Literacy.
(2) Partnership with companies like Rolls Royce, Alibaba and Wallenburg etc to expose students to challenges of the industry.
(3) A new institute, Science and Technology for Humanity (NISTH) headed by Professor Vanessa Evers, was created to expose students on the human interactions with tehnology.
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