YSS has been promoting government sponsored skills training opportunities and is in the process of recruiting 1, 000 Malaysian Indians to take up the opportunities provided by the EPU Funding. YSS has identified six state run colleges to accommodate these 1, 000 Indian youths. They are,
On 13 March 2008, on behalf of YSS, Mr Param and TH Subra, a YSS volunteer made an official visit to KISMEC, Kedah. They had a discussion with Mr Wan Ismail Ibrahim about the various courses run by the institute, the facilities and the cost of providing skills training per student.
Finally it was agreed that YSS will recruit a total of 50 Indian students under the EPU funding for the three types of courses such as Mechatronics, Electrical and Information Technology. YSS and KISMEC together organised a special briefing session on 25 April 2008 at 3.00pm. The intake is on.
Mr Param, Mr KA Gunah and Mr Segar, a YSS volunteer visited the Institute Technology Yayasan Negeri Selangor on 16 April 2008. They had a discussion with the Institute’s Marketing Executive Pn Norazimah bt Kamaruding and the Institute Supervisor Mr Abdul Sattar bin Haj. Jaafar. It was again about the courses, the facilities and the costing per student. Then they were taken on a guided tour to all the different departments.
On 6 May 2008, YSS signed an MoU with this institute and the student intake will take place on 11, May 2008 where YSS will place 100 students at this institute.
Param also made a visit to Evertronics Skill Development Centre, Klang, Selangor on 18 April 2008. Preparations are underway to enrol Indian youths. YSS will ensure that the EPU guidelines are strictly adhered to.
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