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Vacancy for Telugu teachers Degree to teach Telugu weekends in KL and PJ area. Vacancy for admin staff full time for TAM HQ. Call 40439999/0162774453.
Recruitment for Telugu classes 2014 is in progress in all branches. Kindly contact br.charimen. Thanks to all parents for your cont. support.
తెలుగు పెద్దలు మరియు సోదర సోదరీమణులందరికి మా హృదయపూర్వకమైన శ్రీ నందన నామ ఉగాది శుభాకాంక్షలు తేలుపుకుంటున్నాము
ఇట్లు, రాపేటి రా.సాంబమూర్తి, రవాంగ్
Respected all malaysia telugu people you are doing very great job to develop and preserving also sustaining of our culture and traditions at malaysia
తెలుగు అసోసియేషన్ ఆఫ్ మలేషియా వార్కి అభినందనలు.
ప్రవాసంలో ఉండి తెలుగు ప్రజల పట్ల, తెలుగు కార్యక్రమాల పట్ల మీరు చూపిస్తున్న శ్రద్ద అపూర్వం.
You have been doing great job,serving telugu people with passion
Anyone from the Bandar Sunway / Subang Jaya area who wish to be members of the Telugu Association of Malaysia , please contact : -
Telugu spoken classes available at Wisma Telugu, Jalan Ipoh, KL. Every Sunday 4pm to 6pm. Limited for 30 students only. Open for ALL. Register NOW
TAM wish syabas to all TAM branch for orgnz wonderful programe at your branch. Hope 2014 will orgnz more activities
my heartiest congratulations to all the members of tam for inviting my niece kum. Majusha venkata rama krishnan to malaysia for the kuchipudi dance.
ONE AND ONLY ONE PURE TELUGU RESTAURANT IN MALAYSIA, A P BHAVAN RESTAURANT IN BRICKFIELDS
Lets joint hands to help our Telugu brothers and sisters who are affected by the Vizag cyclone. Kindly contact TAm office at 0340439999 . lets team up
While celebrating Deepavali happlly , lets also contribute something to reduce our fellow telugus suffering affected by Vizag cyclone in AP..
Words with out action is of no use. Lets joint hands to help A.P cyclone victims TAM Hq is leading the donation drive. Call 0340439999. 1 Telugu world
Priya Mitrulaku Vandanamulu,
Mitrulara! Telugu classes are available at
all our TAM Branches every week. Kindly
send your children. Thank you.
Sree Ramulu Semenchalam
Welcome To TAM Website
The Telugu Association of Malaysia (TAM) is a non-profit and non-governmental organization of people of Telugu origin residing in Malaysia. It was first established in the state of Perak (Lower Perak) on July 17, 1955 under the banner of Malaya Andhra Sanggamu.
On December 16, 1963 it was known as Malaysia Andhra Sanggamu and later from 1983 as TELUGU ASSOCIATION of MALAYSIA (TAM) and otherwise also known as Malaysia Telugu Sanggamu.
In the effort to foster cultural awareness and heritage of the community, the objectives are mainly to promote, preserve and safeguard the Telugu language, economic, social, cultural, spiritual, and educational guidance of the Telugus. There are 30 branches Nationwide and the Telugu Association of Malaysia is serving more than 300,000 Telugu population in Malaysia.