In the broader human resource sector, major government themes to increase the quality of human resources and economic efficiency, including industrial development policies, have been laid out in all three major government planning documents: (a) 1993 Guidelines of State Policies (GBHN); (b) Sixth Five-Year Development Plan 1994-1998 (Repelita VI); and (c) Second 25-year Long-term Plan (PJPT II). In these plans, the Government aims to strengthen its capacity in making and ...
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... international trade. The fellowships from STAID would be for S&T graduate programs to assist with the improvement of S&T, management and technical skills in industry. Lessons would be learned from the experience of this pilot scheme to demonstrate how a general, national competitive fellowship scheme could be implemented. The fellowships for fresh domestic S 1 graduates would be restricted to study programs and technical areas not yet available in sufficient quality in Indonesia. Fellows would be selected on an open merit-based system and have available the same services and level of support given to civil service overseas fellows. Selected candidates would also make their own arrangements to reach a specified language requirement before entering project funded pre-departure training. Fellowships for fresh SI graduates would be financed 100 percent by the project.
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