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Co-operative Institute of Malaysia
Co-operative Institute of Malaysia (CIM), previously known as the Co-operative College of Malaysia (CCM) is the only cooperative training centers in the country. Upon its inception in 1956, it was funded by the Colonial and Development Fund, while the government has provided a tremendous contribution to encourage the development of CIM as a whole. In 1968, CIM has been recognized as a statutory body by an Act of the Cooperative College (Incorporation) Act 1968, as approved by Parliament on 11 September 1968.
In accordance with the passage of time, the Parliament passed the Co-operative College (Incorporation) (Amendment) Act 2011 [Act 1398] which came into effect on 1 September 2011 was to streamline the governance of CIM in order to plan and carry out innovative and creative programs to support the development of the cooperative movement.
CIM has been placed under several ministries including the Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Land and Cooperative Development. In 2009, CIM has been placed under the Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumer Affairs (KPDNKK) now CIM has been placed under the Ministry of Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives (MEDAC).
Location of iCOOP
iCOOP's main campus is located at Damansara Damai and is close to the city, the campus is easy to reach with various transportation facilities such as buses, LRTs, MRTs, KTMs and taxis. These facilities make the general public and students easier to get to iCOOP.