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Yayasan TM shapes future leaders for 25 years

15th October, 2019

KUALA LUMPUR: Telekom Malaysia Bhd™ sees itself as more than a strategic enabler for the telecommunications in the country by taking up the role in developing human capital and future leaders through Yayasan TM.

Yayasan TM, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, has provided sustainable and empowering opportunities for 15,000 students who have benefited from the RM528 million that had been disbursed since 1990.

Its director, Abd Hamid Hashim said about 30 per cent of TM’s top management were recipients of Yayasan TM scholarships.

“We are very proud of this because we can grow our own leaders from within,” he told a media briefing in conjunction with Yayasan TM’s 25th anniversary here on Monday.

Among the past recipients of Yayasan TM scholarships were its chief operating officer, Imri Mokhtar and chief human capital officer Farid Basir .

Imri said TM’s focus goes beyond academic excellence as it also emphasises on developing students into future leaders by organising development programmes during semester breaks for first hand experience on TM’s core business, as well as, programmes that would enhance their life principles, spirituality and integrity. –Bernama

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