Kuala Lumpur, Aug.22 (ANI): Government companies and government-linked companies (GLCs) in Malaysia have been urged to appoint more Indians as directors.
According to a Tamil Nesan report, the Social Entrepreneurs Network (SeNet) has issued this appeal.
The Star quoted its chairman Madhu Marimuthu as saying that it was disappointing to see only a handful of Indians occupying positions of directors in companies when the talent pool in the community was vast.
Marimuthu said SeNet would submit a memorandum to the Prime Minister's Department urging that eight to ten percent from the Indian community must be given jobs in the government sectors.
Indian representation in the government sector must be at all levels, he added. (ANI)