Introduction

The Paralympic Council of Malaysia (PCM) was established in 1989 as a non-government organisation (NGO) to promote the development of para sports for the disabled citizens of Malaysia. Recognised pursuant to the Sports Development Act (Amended) 2018, PCM has been entrusted to provide opportunities for Malaysian para athletes to participate in numerous para sports competitions at national and international levels.
It is fully supported by the Ministry of Youth and Sports (KBS), the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development (KPWKM) and the Ministry of Education (KPM).

Objectives

  • To Manage Development of National Para Sports Movement.
  • Increase Para Sports Participation & Support System.
  • To Develop Human Capital – Athletes, Coaches, Technical Officers & Sports Administrators.
  • To Maintain Relationship With National and International Stakeholders.
  • To Focus on Development of Paralympics Sports.
  • To Provide Support System For Disabled Sports Personalities.

Organisation

Executive Board

  • President – DATO’ SRI MEGAT D SHAHRIMAN BIN DATO’ ZAHARUDIN
  • Deputy President – DR. RADHA KRISHNAN A/L SINNATHAMBY
  • Vice President – ENCIK MUHD IQBAL SULAIMAN
  • Vice President – PUAN HAFIDZAH ABD. KHAFIDZ
  • Vice President – MASTER MR. KM RAJENDRAN
  • Vice President (Women) – CIK NOOR SYAHIEDA BINTI MAT SHAH
  • Vice President (Disabled) – MAJOR AZHARI BIN ABDULLAH
  • Secretary General – FIRST ADMIRAL DATO’ SUBRAMANIAM RAMAN (R)
  • Treasurer – MR. KUMARUSAMY SITHAMBARAM

Management Team

  • General Manager - MR. MOHAN GOVINDASAMY

Stakeholders

Body / OrganisationRole
1.   IPC : International Paralympic CommitteeWorld Body. Compliance To Membership Regulations
2.   APC : Asian Paralympic CommitteeContinental Body. Compliance To Membership Regulations
3.   APSF : ASEAN Para-Sports FederationRegional Body. Compliance To Membership Regulations
4.   KBS : Ministry of Youth and Sports MalaysiaMain Stakeholder – Holistic Development of Sports
5.   KPWKM : Ministry of Women, Family and Communication Development Secondary Stakeholder. To provide additional incentives to rehabilitate registered Personnel With Disabilities (OKU) into sports. 
6.   KPM : Ministry of EducationPrimary Stakeholder. To provide sports opportunities for children with disabilities at the schools.
7.   MSN : National Sports CouncilMain Stakeholder – Athletes Development & International Participation
8.   ISN : National Sports InstituteMain Stakeholder – Athletes Development
9.   PJS : Sports Commission of MalaysiaRegistration – Regulatory Main Body & Affiliates
10.   NSA : National Sports AssociationDevelopment of Respective Sports – Leadership and Administration
11.   PSC : Private Sponsorship CompanySponsors For Para-Sports Activities
12.   ACT : Athlete / Coach / Technical OfficialAccredited participants, qualified coaches & technical experts of various sports supported by respective national sports association.

Strategic Map

>  Vision – Honour Extraordinary Athletes

>  Mission – To elevate national athletes enabling them to excel at world stages

>  Goals – Strategic
    
( Key Result Areas )

  • Promote Para-Sports As Premier Sporting Event
  • Empower Para-Sports Personnel 
  • Improve Recognition of Para-Sports Brand

>  Strategic Objectives
   
( Key Performance Indicators )

  • Leverage Through Networking Of Para-Sports Stakeholders
  • Provide Pathways To Podium
  • Observe Ethics Of Sportsmanship
  • Implement Long-Term Brand Vision
  • Develop Awareness & Recognition Para-Sport Vision

>  Core Values

  • Courage
  • Determination
  • Inspiration
  • Equality

>  Drivers – Tactical

  • Build Sustainable Funding
  • Shape Organisational Capability
  • Foster Key Strategic Partnerships

Constitution

Download The Paralympic Of Malaysia (PCM) constitution below ( pdf file )

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