Danajamin100 Leadership Programme Graduation Ceremony - Batch 2

On 8 May, Danajamin100 Leadership Programme (Danajamin100) Batch 2, comprising 30 students from five PINTAR schools in Perak, Pulau Pinang and Kedah, was celebrated at a graduation ceremony held in Kuala Lumpur after successfully completing a three-year leadership programme that seeks to develop and amplify their competencies as a leader.

During the graduation ceremony, all participants were presented with certificates of achievement and a contribution of RM1,500 in the form of SSPN-i account. Muhammad Hakimie Izzat Bin Rosle from SMK Chenderiang, Perak was announced as the recipient of Anugerah Tokoh Danajamin100; a special award in recognition of his outstanding participation and positive values created among his peers. The ceremony was attended by families of the graduates, besides representatives from participating schools and state education departments.

Anugerah Tokoh Danajamin100 Recipient: Muhammad Hakimie Izzat from SMK Chenderiang, Perak

All participants were presented with certificates of achievement and an SSPN-i account of RM1,500


 The aim of this programme has always been to be able to reach out and provide avenues for the students to discover their hidden potential and ultimately, produce well-rounded leaders who are able to improve the social and economic well-being of our country.

"Having seen two batches successfully graduating from the programme and seeing their development, from being shy and unsure of themselves to the confident young leaders they are today shows how impactful Danajamin100 is in enriching the students’ skills and personalities,” said Danajamin Nasional Berhad Chief Executive Officer, Encik Mohamed Nazri Omar, on Danajamin100's achievements thus far.

Congratulations to all Danajamin100 Batch 2 students! We are happy that Danajamin Nasional Berhad has chosen our PINTAR Programme as their CSR platform and used the PINTAR Consultancy Service (PCS) to manage and oversee the Danajamin100 programme since its inauguration in 2014.

We hope more companies that wish to participate in the PINTAR Programme but are limited by capacity and resources will consider utilising PINTAR Consultancy Service to conduct programme(s) on behalf of their organisation.