Entrepreneur Development Ministry approves RM1.54m assistance for cooperatives in Selangor, says Noh Omar

26/6/2022 2:11:00 AM

Entrepreneur Development Ministry approves RM1.54m assistance for cooperatives in Selangor, says Noh Omar

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Entrepreneur Development Ministry approves RM1.54m assistance for cooperatives in Selangor , says Noh Omar

SHAH ALAM, June 26 — The Ministry of Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives (Kuskop) has approved assistance of RM1.54 million to 34 cooperatives in Selangor as of June 1...

Sunday, 26 Jun 2022 7:05 AM MYTSHAH ALAM, June 26 — The Ministry of Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives (Kuskop) has approved assistance of RM1.54 million to 34 cooperatives in Selangor as of June 1 this year.Its Minister Tan Sri Noh Omar said the assistance involved nine types of assistance including SKM Development Assistance, Cooperatives Strengthening Programme (PPK), Supply Chain Empowerment for Cooperatives Programme (SCOPE), Cooperatives Economic Leading Sector Programme (Prospek) and Transformation of Cooperatives Economic Movement Programme (Transfer).

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Sunday, 26 Jun 2022 7:05 AM MYT SHAH ALAM, June 26 — The Ministry of Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives (Kuskop) has approved assistance of RM1.54 million to 34 cooperatives in Selangor as of June 1 this year. THE Education Ministry is giving priority to opening new schools in densely populated places like certain areas in Selangor and Johor. Its Minister Tan Sri Noh Omar said the assistance involved nine types of assistance including SKM Development Assistance, Cooperatives Strengthening Programme (PPK), Supply Chain Empowerment for Cooperatives Programme (SCOPE), Cooperatives Economic Leading Sector Programme (Prospek) and Transformation of Cooperatives Economic Movement Programme (Transfer). He was speaking to reporters after performing the ground-breaking ceremony for a project to build an additional block and field for SK Putrajaya Presint 18(2) and opening the 10th general meeting of its Parent-Teacher Association here Saturday (June 25). “In 2021, a total of 40 cooperatives obtained approved assistance equal to a total of RM1. “Klang, for example, is among the most densely populated areas, and some schools with an enrolment of 4,000 people have to conduct two sessions, morning and afternoon.8 million,” he told reporters after the Selangor-level Malaysian Cooperatives Day Dinner at the Shah Alam Convention Centre here last night which was also attended by the Deputy Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives Minister Datuk Muslimin Yahaya. He was speaking to reporters after performing the ground-breaking ceremony for a project to build an additional block and field for Sekolah Kebangsaan Putrajaya Presint 18(2) and opening the 10th general meeting of its Parent-Teacher Association here today.

Noh added that as of May 31, there were 90 new cooperatives registered in the state, making a total of 1,868 cooperatives in Selangor and the highest compared to other states in Malaysia. He was speaking to reporters after performing the ground-breaking ceremony for a project to build an additional block and field for SK Putrajaya Presint 18(2) and opening the general meeting of its Parent-Teacher Association today. He said the primary and secondary school curriculums would be reviewed later, as the first cycle of the Kurikulum Standard Sekolah Rendah (KSSR) would be completed this year while the Kurikulum Standard Sekolah Menengah (KSSR) ended last year. “Of that number, 11 cooperatives are listed in the profile of the 100 best cooperatives in Malaysia, compared to 2019 with only eight cooperatives,” he said. In the meantime, Noh hoped the Selangor government could provide some allocation for cooperatives in the state.  On another matter, Radzi said the ministry would look into complaints that the primary school curriculum is too tough, making it difficult for students to master certain subjects. “Several state governments do provide allocations to help cooperatives but in Selangor there are none. On the new block and field for SK Putrajaya Presint 18(2), he said the RM14. It is strange why the state government does not provide special allocations to cooperatives that also contribute to the development of the state. “In this context, during the review later, we will see whether the issue is really about the curriculum being too complex or a case of lack of familiarity,” he said. Asked on the influenza-like illness (ILI) cluster involving a secondary boarding school in Selangor, Radzi said the ministry would hold further discussions with the Health Ministry tomorrow to ensure it is safe for students to attend this school.

I hope the state government looks at cooperatives because many of its members are here (Selangor),” he said. — Bernama Advertisement . On the new block and field for SK Putrajaya Presint 18(2), he said the RM14.