"ONE AND A HALF MONTHS BONUS FOR CIVIL SERVANTS"
Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia (BR1M)
- RM500 cash for households with combined income of RM3,000 or less
- RM250 cash for unmarried individuals who are 21 and above and earning RM2,000 and below
- RM591 million for crime prevention
- 1,000 motorcycles for the police neighbourhood patrol unit.
- Additional 10,000 volunteer police
- 496 CCTV in 25 local councils
- RM10,000 grants for neighbourhood associations for patrols
- New uniforms for 300,000 Rela members
- Incentives for companies that install security systems
- Additional 150 staff for Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC)
- RM20 million for legal aid
Education and labour
- RM1 bil to improve school infrastructure
- RM1.2 bil for pre-schools under government programmes including Permata
- RM10,000 launching grants for private pre-school operators
- Five-year tax holiday and building allowance for pre-school operators
- Six pilot pre-schools for the disabled
- RM3.7 bil for vocational training
- Additional allocation of RM500 million for training of teachers in core subjects: Bahasa Malaysia, English, Science and Maths
- Free health checks, twice a year, for Perkeso members
*RM38.7bil to improve quality of education in the country with an additional RM500mil to training teachers in the core subjects of English, Bahasa Malaysia, Science and Maths.
*Tax-free incentives and grants for setting up of new nurseries and kindergartens. RM1.2bil allocation for pre-school development
*Total of 1bil to upgrade schools - RM400mil for national schools, and RM100mil each for Chinese, Tamil, mission, religious, boarding schools and MRSM
*RM1bil fund to be set up to help bumiputra SMEs to increase their equity share in the economy
*Minimum pension to be increased to RM820 for those who had served govt for at least 25 years. More than 50,000 pensioners afftected.
*Government will establish the Graduate Employability Taskforce with an allocation of RM200mil to strengthen employability of unemployed graduates under Graduate Employability Blueprint by end-2012
*The Government will allocate RM440 million to the Skills Development Fund Corporation (PTPK), to provide loans for trainees to undergo skills training