FRIDAY, 06 NOVEMBER – The Student Welfare Committee (JAKMAS) of Sri Angkasa Residential College (KKSA) recently organised a Welfare and Safety Enhancement Programme of Residential Colleges through visits to several public universities in Peninsular Malaysia.
A statement by the residential college said, the programme was aimed at gaining experience and improve their skills in administering and managing students at college level in JAKMAS scope.
It was also an effort to strengthen ties with the university visited besides acting as a sharing field in discussing issues which focused on the welfare and safety at the level of each residential college.
The five-day programme was attended by eight students accompanied by the Deputy Head of KKSA, Masnaneh Masdin and Head Fellow of KKSA, Massalinri Md Tahir who acted as the coordinator and overseer of the event.
Among the universities visited were Universiti Putra Malaysia, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris and Universiti Sains Malaysia. – SS (fl)