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  Facts and figures:      1.RM of invested: RM3,600   2.No. of States in Malaysia: 4   3.No of beneficiaries: 5800

 

ACTIVITIES   COLLABORATOR   PROJECT SYNOPSIS:

“0”  UNEMPLOYMENT

  Centre Of Entrepreneurial Development And Graduate Marketability   (CEM)    

UPM-YSBC plans to provide the B40 university students with creative accounting skills to meet the needs of the market and to face the challenges of a changing world in the decades to come.

Generally, YSBC at UPM will provide accounting experiential-based learning with the B40 group of entrepreneurs. As the “language of business”, these B40 university students will provide record-keeping, control, verification, and financial securities that are required for any successful entrepreneurs.
         
“0”  POVERTY   University Community Transformation Centre (UCTC)    

Some of the most abject poverty in the world is concentrated in farming communities. In Malaysia, has always been considered as an uneducated muddy jobs.  Farmers do not talk about profit, they talk about living and hardship.

Absence of proper accounting records in farm management is obvious. This resulted inadequate knowledge in cash flow management which is the principal source of poverty amongst farmers.

UPM- YSBC plans to supply farmers with a user friendly personal account book comprising of assets, liabilities, equities, incomes and expenses in debit and credit principle.
         
“0”  NET CARBON EMISSIONS   Faculty of Environmental Studies, UPM    

School is the best place in grooming and inculcate our children on the idea of zero Net Carbon Emissions.  UPM-Yunus centre plans to promote a clean air at school places.  The three adopted FEP schools will be the venue (i.e. Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah, Kajang; Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Jalan 3, Bandar Baru Bangi; Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Agama, Putrajaya).  The school will be educated and trained to clean the air in their schools by planting the efficient oxygen producing plants.

Besides that, with the help of Fac. of Environmental Studies, YSBC will be promoting an ‘Electricity-Saving Challenge’. or “Mottainai” program. “Mottainai” is a Japanese term conveying a sense of regret concerning waste.  In this challenge, the school members will be asked change their behavior towards saving the energy by competing in terms of electricity consumption.

Article link: Berita

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