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The need for graduates with the knowledge and abilities needed to succeed in the workforce has never been higher in an increasingly varied and interconnected world. With an emphasis on their employment prospects, this study intends to explore the characteristics of global skills among graduates of state and central institutions. In order to shed light on how these qualities affect university graduates' employability, the research will examine the eight dimensions of global competencies: empathy, problem-solving, communication skills, conflict resolution, sense of security of identity, shared universal values, respect for diversity, and recognition of global issues. This study aims to investigate the similarities and differences between graduates from central and state institutions through a comparative analysis. The findings will be useful for administrators, educators, and students.
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