FRIDAY, 27th MARCH – Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) Residential College E Student Welfare Committee (JAKMAS), recently organize the College Family Day as an effort to reconnect ties among the undergraduates.
The annual event, held at UMS Outdoor Development Centre (ODEC), was supported by 360 students and college’s fellow.
According to the college fellow, Ahmad Norazhar Mohd Yatim, students’ participations in the activities shows commitments from students. This also shows that students too want to balance their academic and also physical aspect in their life.
“In order to be a well-balanced student, students must be smart and able to divide their time wisely. They need to spare their time studying in order to achieve academic excellence but also spend their time by doing recreational and physical activities,” he said, while representing Residential College E Principal, in the closing ceremony.
Earlier, the Programme Director, Mohammad Malek Faizal Azizi said that the programme is one of the platforms to reconnect ties among students and the college managements.
“The programme also provides students’ with opportunity to understand the college administration and aims to encourage students doing recreational activities, cultivating team work spirits and learning problem solving, thus, increasing the students’ quality,” he added.–ZMD–
Media and Citra Division
Source: Norhana Nordin, HEPA