Rural Development Ministry awaiting Finance Ministry’s approval to increase allowance of Kemas kindergarten assistants

26/6/2022 1:32:00 PM

Rural Development Ministry awaiting Finance Ministry’s approval to increase allowance of Kemas kindergarten assistants

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Rural Development Ministry awaiting Finance Ministry ’s approval to increase allowance of Kemas kindergarten assistants

KUALA NERUS, June 26 — The Ministry of Rural Development (KPLB) is waiting for the approval of the Finance Ministry (MoF) to increase the allowance of Community Development...

Sunday, 26 Jun 2022 6:14 PM MYTKUALA NERUS, June 26 — The Ministry of Rural Development (KPLB) is waiting for the approval of the Finance Ministry (MoF) to increase the allowance of Community Development Department (Kemas) kindergarten assistants.Minister Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid said the MoF is expected to give feedback on the matter soon.

“The proposal to increase Kemas kindergarten assistants’ allowance had been brought to the attention of the Public Service Department (PSD) and the MoF. We need approval from the MoF for the funds to be channelled to us (KPLB). InsyaAllah we will get it,” he told reporters after presenting scrolls to 648 graduates of Central Terengganu Development Authority (Ketengah) College at Dewan Sultan Mizan, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, here today.

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Sunday, 26 Jun 2022 6:14 PM MYT KUALA NERUS, June 26 — The Ministry of Rural Development (KPLB) is waiting for the approval of the Finance Ministry (MoF) to increase the allowance of Community Development Department (Kemas) kindergarten assistants. Minister Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid said the MoF is expected to give feedback on the matter soon. Minister Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid said the MoF is expected to give feedback on the matter soon. “The proposal to increase Kemas kindergarten assistants’ allowance had been brought to the attention of the Public Service Department (PSD) and the MoF. “For over two years, the pandemic brought about severe economic impacts on homestay operators and some of them had to close shop due to the lack of tourists. We need approval from the MoF for the funds to be channelled to us (KPLB). We need approval from the MoF for the funds to be channelled to us (KPLB). InsyaAllah we will get it,” he told reporters after presenting scrolls to 648 graduates of Central Terengganu Development Authority (Ketengah) College at Dewan Sultan Mizan, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, here today.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.

Mahdzir said the proposal to increase the allowance had been brought up by several parties as the low monthly salary of RM500 does not commensurate with the increasing workload. Mahdzir said the proposal to increase the allowance had been brought up by several parties as the low monthly salary of RM500 does not commensurate with the increasing workload. Hasbi said he was confident that these promotional activities could attract foreign tourists to come back as they had the experience of staying at homestays here. “Initially, their task was only to cook, that’s all. But now they also act as teachers and have a lot of work to do,” he said. But now they also act as teachers and have a lot of work to do,” he said. Meanwhile, Mahdzir said the proposal paper to upgrade Kemas kindergarten teachers from Diploma to Bachelor of Early Childhood Education had been taken up to the PSD for discussion. “Homestays have unique and unconventional business features, to create a high-impact business we should evolve and move in line with technological developments,” he said. He said several matters, including the budget and appropriate time to implement the move, must be considered by the government before the proposal could be approved. He said several matters, including the budget and appropriate time to implement the move, must be considered by the government before the proposal could be approved. It is strange why the state government does not provide special allocations to cooperatives that also contribute to the development of the state.

“So far, it is still in the discussion stage. We have a focus group. We have a focus group. He said a total of 173 homestays and participants involving 10 villages have benefited from the allocation through promotion, training and guidance and management programmes that could help the rural community generate additional income. We must be aware that this will be implemented batch by batch and will also involve emoluments, so we need to know all the details to prepare a budget requirement,” he said. — Bernama Advertisement . — Bernama Advertisement.