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Miyc Background

 
 
Malaysian Indian Youth Council (MIYC) is the largest Indian youth based national organization in Malaysia. MIYC has successfully established 14 State Council with more than 300 Branches and 11 Associates Members organization with more than 60,000. The formation of MIYC was initiated by the founder of MIYC, Viveka Sri Rajaretinam Armugam in small social gathering on 12th November 1991. Final documentation of the formation was submitted on 17th April 1992.
 
The MIYC registration was approved and certificate was issued by registrar of society, Malaysia on 1st December 1993. The First Annual General Meeting of MIYC was held on 23rd January 1994 at Vivekanandha Ashramam, Brickfield Kuala Lumpur. Viveka Sri Muthuveloo Chinna was elected as the first President of MIYC and Viveka Sri Rajaretinam Armugam was appointed as the first honorable Secretary General of MIYC.
 
31st July 2004 was important date in history of MIYC. After 10 years of struggle, finally MIYC was officially declared as full board member of Malaysian Youth Council (MBM). 25th May 2006, the long waited MIYC cooperative was formed and obtained the license to operate nationwide.
 
Vision
 
To become a self-reliant and the leading Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in developing and empowering Indian Youth in Malaysia.
 
Mission
 
To organize, motivate, mobilize and transform the Indians in order to enhance self-esteem and quality of life as the way of life for all Indians in social and economic development.
 
Objectivities
 
1. To encourage the principle of the volunteerism and democracy in the youth movements.
 
2. To give opinions to the government, non-government and other organizations regarding issues on youths, children and women.
 
3. To organize and enhance good relationship via networking with youth associations, locally and internationally on global issues.
 
4. To creatively reach, motivate and raise a caring, responsible generation.
 
5. To recognize the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as the basis of its action and its devices.
 
6. To implement development programs based on universal economy, social and political justice.
 
7. To promote peace, goodwill and solidarity amongst members organizations in order to foster a greater understanding and respect for the wide variety of rich cultural values in the country.
 
8. To provide guidance to children, youths and women.
 
9. To utilize youth's resources for national social and economic development.

 

 
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