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Tamil Nesan Tamil Nesan is a Tamil language newspaper.It is published from Malaysia.It covers in-depth articles about every topic for Tamil people in the country.

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Books

About 5,000 copies of books are housed at MII Knowledge Centre, Wisma Sime Darby currently. These books are categorized into 3 collections due to their different function, value and availability.

General Collection (G)

is an open access collection with all books are available for borrowing.

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Types of loanUnit (max)PeriodOverdue FineRenewal
Individual loan5 titles14 working daysRM1.00 per day2 times
Bulk loan50 titles1 monthRM1.00 per day1 time
Onsite accessUnlimited---

Reference Collection (R)

comprises of reference items like dictionaries, handbooks, law reports, annual reports, encyclopedias and etc. This is a closed access collection with all books are available for borrowing.

Types of loanUnit (max)PeriodOverdue FineRenewal
Individual loan1 title5 working daysRM1.00 per day1 time
Onsite accessUnlimited---

Special Collection (S)

comprises of selected books according to special themes. All books are marked by initial 'S' at the call number label. This is a closed access collection with all books are available for borrowing.

  • ASEAN and International Collection: special and rare books received as complimentary from ASEAN or International countries and special and rare books on ASEAN and International countries purchased by MII KC.
  • Institutional Collection: special and rare books received as complimentary from ASEAN or International countries and special and rare books on ASEAN and International countries purchased by MII KC.
  • Insurance Company Annual Reports Collection: special and rare books received as complimentary from ASEAN or International countries and special and rare books on ASEAN and International countries purchased by MII KC.

Tamil Nesan Contact

Types of loanUnit (max)PeriodOverdue FineRenewal
Individual loan1 title5 working daysRM1.00 per day1 time
Onsite accessUnlimited---

Exam Collection (E)

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comprises of reference texts for the exams currently offered by MII such as Pre Contract Examination for Insurance Agents (PCEIA), Certificate Examination In Investment-Linked Life Insurance (CEILLI), Associateship of the Malaysian Insurance Institute (AMII) and Diploma of the Malaysian Insurance Institute (DMII). All books are marked by initial 'E' at the call number label. This is a closed access collection with all books are available for borrowing.

Types of loanUnit (max)PeriodOverdue FineRenewal
Individual loan1 title5 working daysRM50.00 per day1 time
Onsite accessUnlimited---


Please check the table below to guide you to the right edition of CII texts used for AMII/DMII examination.
*This guideline is for AMII/DMII reference only. For CII Examinations, please use the latest text edition available.

MII CodeSubject TitleCII CodeCII Text Edition
105Insurance LawP05April 2010/August 2010
52Risk Management655October 2009
34Life & Disability Underwriting555April 2007
111Liability InsuranceP96January 2009/November 2009/ May 2010
112ReinsuranceP97December 2009
114Underwriting PracticeP80June 2008/ November 2009/ November 2010
109Insurance Business & FinanceP92April 2010/ November 2010
32The Business Environment530April 2007/ April 2009/ May 2010
101Claims Management820April 2008/ May 2009/ May 2010
106Commercial Property and Business InterruptionP93January 2009/ May 2010
88Life Assurance735April 2006/ May 2007
107Claims PracticeP85June 2009/ April 2010
100Underwriting Management815October 2004/ November 2005/ May 2007
110Motor InsuranceP94June 2009/ May 2010
103Private Medical Insurance790October 2006
108Personal InsurancesP86December 2008/ November 2009/ May 2010
68Marketing945October 2005/ May 2008

Tamil Language in Penang:
Tamil education in Malaysia and in Penang presumably has its origin during the immigration of the Tamils as workers to Malaya in 1786. However to pin point a date for the formal teaching of Tamil via an institution, we have to turn to the Penang Free School which started teaching the language in 1816. However, the first dedicated Tamil school in Penang was started in 1908 in Nibong Tebal.

Today there are 28 Tamil schools in the state (list provided) where in 2001 there are 4858 children pursuing their primary education.

In Malaysia Indians constitute the third big group by race, with Tamils as the majority ethnic group. Tamil is today used as the representative language for the Indians in radio, television, in the education system and other government information channels.

However, the conditions of Tamil schools are not much better today from the time Malaya attained independence. Rather the situation can be said to have deteriorated a little.

Tamil Literature in Penang:
The first known Tamil magazine called Thangai Nesan was published in 1876. Two other magazines Ulaka Nesan and Hindu Nesan were published in 1887 and 1888 respectively. We also know that in 1887 a book entitled Sathiya Vedha Sarithira Saaram (The Essence of the Bible) by Palavendhiram Rayappan was published here. In 1890 Pathaanandha Maalai (A garland of Praise) was published by Mohamed Sultan Maraikkayar. (A list of early books provided.)

Many of these books and magazines were produced by Indian immigrants and much of the literary output was in the form of poetry and some of the notable poets of recent times were Swami Ramadasar, Panaikkulam M. Abdul Majid and N.Karim. This tradition continues today with home-grown writers and poets.

In the early fifties Tamil Murasu, a Singapore Tamil daily, began a student supplement called Maanavar Manimandra Malar (Supplement for Students Bell Club). This served as a training ground for budding writers in Tamil. The Thamilar Thirunaal (Tamils Festival, also sponsored by this daily, provided motivation and training for writers with its various literary competitions.

Following these examples, several- associations were formed in Penang to promote and nourish Tamil writing. Among them were the Tamil Youth Bell Club, Valluvar Debating Society, Bharathi Debating Society, the Senthamizh Kala Nilayam and North Malaya Tamil Writers Association.

Poetry can be said to be the most. prolific of the literary output. (A list of significant poets and poetry provided.) Following this is the significant production of short stories. The Penang based writers’ list is long, but among them are Murugaiyan, Dato P. Shanmugam, A. Kadir, CT. Ramasamy, Anthony Muthu, S. Anbanantham, M. Sultan etc. (List provided.)

Significant contribution from Penang to Malaysian Tamil literature includes writings of K.Sonaimuthu with several of his biographies and essays, and R. Karthigesu with his novels. While writers like Karthigesu and Seeni Naina Mohamed came into Penang from other states, Penang has also lost some of its illustrious writers like M. Asan Gani, M.Sultan, and Karaikizhaar to other states.

A current list of writers is appended. Almost all the writers in our list belong to an older generation, and it is a thing of great concern that writers from the younger generation are scarce.

Tamil Magazines
Although many Tamil magazines originated from Penang in the past, all of them had become defunct and Penang is not known anymore as an originator of Tamil magazines. The only magazine that is currently being published here is Ungkal Kural (Your Voice) edited by Seeni Naina Mohamed.

The Penang Tamil Writers Association (formerly North Malaya Tamil Writers’ Association)
The attempt to form an association for Tamil Writers was started in 1959 and an association by the name of North Malaya Tamil Writers’ Association was formerly registered on May 16th, 1960. It has the distinction of being the first such association in Malaya. Its first president was Mr. J.M. Hussein.

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YearPresidentSecretary
1960J.M. HusseinN.Kairm
19K.K.T Mohamed IbrahimV.K.Subramaniam
1981K.SonaimuthuK.Thiruvarasu
1987R.KarthigesuK.Thiruvarasu
1991K.ThiruvarasuA.S.Francis
1994(to date)K.ThiruvarasuS.Kamala

In 1987, North Malaya Tamil Writers’ Association became a member of the Federation of Tamil Writers’ Associations and in accordance with its constitutional requirement amended its name as Penang Tamil Writers Association. The Association celebrated its Silver Jubilee in 1987 with the then Political Secretary to the Penang Chief Minister, Dr. Koh Soo Khoon, officiating the celebration.

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The Association also hosted the annual conference of the Federation of Tamil Writers Associations in. The conference honoured three senior writers in Malaysia, K.Sonamuthu, K.Kaliaperumal and M. Dhurairaj.

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The association continues to do its contribution to the development of Malaysian Tamil literature, although its activities have waxed and waned over time. It also co-operates and collaborates with the Penang state government in all its promotion of literary activities.