Petaling Jaya (Malaysia), Apr.24 (ANI): A Malay Indian business chamber leader, K.K.Eswaran, has said that RM one million has been allocated for the training of Indian entrepreneurs, and is expected to be given out within the next few weeks.
The allocation marks the first time the Malaysian Government is fully funding a training program run by the Malaysian Associated Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MAICCI), The Star quoted Eswaran, as saying.
“If we are able to run the training successfully, the other RM1mil will also be given to us. Not only that, more funding will follow,” Eswaran told reporters yesterday.
Eswaran said MAICCI would be forming a special task force to draw up a proper module for the training to ensure courses offered would be relevant for the participants.
He pledged transparency and accountability in the use of the allocation, saying an audit report would be presented to Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak and other MAICCI members. (ANI)