Devendran urges youths to make use of MIC

May 10th, 2008 by poobalan | View blog reactions Leave a reply »
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Interestingly, TAR and UTAR (MCA-affiliated) have more than 90% chinese students. How about AIMST and TAFE?

Its a good start to highlight what MIC can offer, but I hope its more than announcing there are colleges and universities. Affordable fees and effort to provide loans and scholarships are important as well. Of course quality of education goes without saying.

Make full use of what MIC has to offer, youths told


SABAI assemblyman Datuk M. Devendran has called on Indian youths to fully utilise opportunities given by MIC, reported Tamil Nesan.

He said to ensure more Indians were educated, MIC had built Tafe College and also AIMST University.

Currently, there are around 1,500 students at Tafe College and there are still places available for Indian students to pursue their higher education.

Devendran was speaking to reporters after opening the fifth annual delegates conference of the MIC Indera Makhota district held in Kuantan on Thursday.

He said although MIC had suffered heavy defeat in the recent elections, it had not lost its focus and would continue its efforts to gain the people’s confidence.


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