Tuesday, April 8, 2008


Applications are now accepted for the July 2008 intake into the Industrial Training Institutes run by both the Ministry of Human Resources and the Ministry of Youth & Sports Youths. Those of you who have completed form 5 and have gotten their results can promptly apply. Therefore all Indian youths please take note and do not miss this yet another opportunity which is now made available to you.

Applications to the ILPs under Human Resource Ministry.

Applications can be send in from now till April 24th to ILP's. There are 21 Industrial Training Institutes (similar to the Arumugam Pillai ILP at Nibong Tebal) under the Ministry of Human Resources.

They offer 37 different types of courses at the certificate level.Yearly there are about 18,000 training opportunities. Of which Indians should secure at least 10% which is about 1,800. But we must apply in large numbers. Currently with an Indian minister heading the ministry, there would be greater emphasis placed to secure places for the Indian youths.

Of the 37 different courses the most popular are electrical, automotive, computer networking, printing and foundry. But there is a wide range and the 18 month training is hands on including 3 months of industrial placement. You may call call 04-595 6000 for details at Arumugam Pillai Industrial Training Institute. For general details and registration form you can visit the government website at www.jtm.gov.my or call the Ministry officials at Putrajaya 03-8886 5555.

We want to make sure that more Indians apply and grab the opportunities. Please send us a copy of your registration for follow up purposes to the address given below.

Applications to the IKBN under Youths & Sport Ministry

Applications can be made from now to IKBN. There are 14 institutions which provide similar courses to that of the ILPs. For details and registration please log on to www.kbs.gov.my. Applications to Private run Institutions funded by Economic Planning Unit (EPU), Prime Minister’s Department. Applications can also be made from now to selected private Institutions funded by the EPU.

These courses are specially designed to cater for students who have secured below average results in their SPM or have dropped out from the school system. There are total 410 places available and the courses are offered at level 1 and 2 for duration of one year. Interested students need to attach photocopy of their IC, Photocopy of PMR or SPM certificates and a passport size photos to our address mentioned below.

Government Provisions and Requirements

These are fully funded trainings. If selected, the young person will receive a full scholarship, which will provide FREE tuition and training, FREE food and accommodation and a monthly allowance of RM100.00.

Young Malaysian Indians who are between the ages 17 to 30 and who have an SPM with a minimum of three passes can apply. You must have passed at the SPM level BM, Maths and Science (Required for only ILP and IKBN). Even if you have better grades you can consider taking an Industrial training in a fully government funded institution.

YSS is therefore calling on young Indians to equip themselves with some technical skills and become skilled workers. There are now many options for employment in industry or self employment through micro entrepreneurship venture.Let us improve our capabilities, get into better paying jobs through the many free training opportunities provided by our Government agencies. These opportunities at the certificate level are very good opportunities to build up your potential and these will enable you to stand tall in Malaysian society.

Please feel free to visit YSS website at www.yss98.com or call one of the YSS officers for more details. Call YSS at 03-40415958.

Our Address:


Further details please free to call the coordinators below:-
Mr. Param: 016-2651996
Mr. James Raj: 017-5518891 (Perak)
Mr. Muniswaran: 016-4580750 (Penang)
Mr. TH. Subra: 019-4176988 (Kedah)
Mr. K.A Gunah 012-2591632 (Johor & Negeri Sembilan)

source www.yss98.com ( MIC"S Social Wing)

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