WEDNESDAY, 15 APRIL –
A total of 18 committee members of Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) Student Mentor Club (PRSiswa) successfully held an I-Camp Community Service Programme in Johor recently.
According to the Programme Director, Nurul Aiin Zaiton; the event was organised in collaboration with the Student Mentor Club (Persis) Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM).
Nurul of the School of Psychology and Social Work (SPKS) UMS said the community service programme received good response from the four selected locations.
“Among them were MARA Professional College, Bandar Penawar; Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK) Raja Muda; SMK Seri Menanti and the National Anti-Dadah Agency Muar,” she said when contacted by reporters.
She added that the community service with the theme ‘Character As the Catalyst for Student Excellence’ was aimed at inculcating soft skills to develop excellent personality among undergrads to produce competitive human capital.
“It is also an effort to strengthen ties with the open community,” she said.
Also present was the Coordinator of the UMS PRSiswa Club and Psychology Officer, Adzmil Abidin.
For the record, UMS PRSiswa last year also hosted the Community Service Programme East Coast Wave in Kelantan. – SS (fl) Source : Noridayu Mon
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