Chairperson Wan Saiful says depositors will receive tax relief and takaful coverage.
He claims he was axed after refusing to help secure contracts for firm linked to the children of a Bersatu leader.
UPDATED 3.18PM | State Bersatu chief denies internal problems led to Wan Saiful being dropped as Perlis Bersatu secretary.
LETTER | How can it make large contributions when it still depends on external funds to fulfil its primary aim?
LETTER | The chairperson's gift-giving reeks of using public funds for political ends.
Agency clarifies that 2.5 percent of its net gains from investments have to be allocated for zakat payments.
Rembau MP points out that PTPTN is already in a very deep hole.
LETTER | The Harapan gov't expects students to repay thier loans, but can't keep to their own promises.
Chairperson Wan Saiful Wan Jan says stakeholder input needed before tabling of new draft.
Corporation prioritising B40 and M40 groups, the chairperson says.
Guan Eng also declines to state whether he personally agrees with the scheme.
This is to allow for collective input from all stakeholders, says the education minister.
UPDATED 2.38PM | He will convey concerns of borrowers directly to the PM, Syed Saddiq says he will raise it in cabinet.
UPDATED 4:39 PM | MTUC president Abdul Halim Mansor says borrowers and their employers need to consent to new student loan repayment scheme.
It will obtain information of income and details of employers of PTPTN borrowers.
Education minister says exemptions for M40 with 1st-class honours will also begin in January.
UPDATED 6.30PM | They want to send a 'warning' to Harapan for breaking its promises.
It will include details on the repayments to be made based on salary cuts and individual income tax rebate.
UPDATED 5.14PM | Some were dressed in graduation gowns and mortarboards during the hour-long march.
PTPTN chief says he spent months trying to figure out how to implement the promise, but fell short.
BUDGET 2019 | Amiruddin Hamzah says that repayment is important, so that loans can be provided to others.
Guan Eng says gov't could have delivered had Jho Low not taken away RM50b from the country's coffers.
BUDGET 2019 | 'Does the government think students from the M40 group need not be hardworking and smart?'