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Reasons why outstanding Indians turn to private sector
KUALA LUMPUR: A complicated application process and a long waiting period for job offers in the public sector is the reason why outstanding Indian students opt for the private sector.
The Coordinator of the Special Implementation Taskforce (SITF) of the Cabinet Committee on the Indian Community in the Prime Minister's Department, Datuk N. Siva Subramaniam said the issue was also the reason for the lack of participation by the Indian community in the professional group of the public sector.