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JCR. 2020; 7(8): 763-767


THE ELEMENTS OF SOFT SKILL AMONG STUDENTS AT PRIVATE UNIVERSITY

Muhammad Akmal Hakim Hazman, Latipah Nordin, Ahzilah Wahid.

Abstract
University should play an important role in ensuring the undergraduate students to master the soft skills so that they are equipped with high quality skills, qualified and meet the criteria set by the job market. However, there are complaints from employers who say graduates are lack of soft skills. Therefore this study was conducted to examine the application of soft skills among private university students. The objective of this study is to identify the elements of soft skills acquired by the students. The focus for the soft skills of this study are communication skills, leadership skills and teamwork skills.

Key words: Soft Skills, University, Student



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