PTPTN borrowers want return of full-settlement discounts

Mastura Malak

Student activists holding placards during a protest in front of Parliament building in Kuala Lumpur on November 14, 2018. – The Malaysian Insight pic, November 23, 2019.

NATIONAL Higher Education Fund Corp (PTPTN) borrowers are upset there are no incentives or alternatives for them in the recently tabled Budget 2020.

They told The Malaysian Insight that the government could at least continue the 20% discount given for settling their study loans in a lump sum.

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  • Another stupid move by the Pakatan government..

    Posted 3 years ago by Elyse Gim

  • There are 3 million plus voters under 18 eligible to vote in GE15. If PH govt not coming up with better incentive repayment scheme, WHY SHOULD THE YOUNGSTERS VOTE PH? PH dare to take away the 20% full payment discount is a suicide decision. Stupid PH govt.

    Posted 3 years ago by James Wong

  • Above 18

    Posted 3 years ago by James Wong