Under the supervision of the Vice President for Student Affairs, SPORDEMIC competitions was organized on April 6-7, 2019 at IIUM’s sports complex to achieve a balance between joining sports and educational activities which aimed to attract students to develop their talents in both fields. The aim of the program is to better enhance the integration of international students with local students through friendly competitions consisting of: Sports and academic challenges. Due to the success of the program in previous years, the management of WAMY Club decided to participate in organizing the program in cooperation with the University Student Union Council. During the program, many different sports and educational activities were organized with the participation of university students of different nationalities, as each country represented an integrated team to participate in various activities. The number of participants in all program activities reached about 240 students from more than 35 nationalities.
Studies indicate that in the coming years programming will be the mother tongue around the world, as programming is one of the most important skills at the present time, as it is most if not all sectors of human’s life. There is no doubt that skills are a priority for employers, and the acquisition of programming skills is an important step in building the capabilities of students at the university level. Mobile Applications Programming Course was held on April 6-7, 2019 aims to develop the participants ’capabilities to deal with new technology, and contribute to the acquisition of skills that help the participants in carrying out many tasks quickly. The course was provided by a professional team made up of many experts, which contributed to the correct delivery of information to the participants through many applications and practical exercises. 30 students from 16 nationalities participated in the program in College of Information Technology at IIUM.
The vacation period is considered one of the important periods in the life of university students, because of its positive effect in renewing student’s energy and expanding their perceptions during the semester break. If this period is not well utilized it may have a negative impact on the student’s personality and morals if it is not used appropriately. For this, WAMY Club has organized a trip to Perhentian Island on March 21-23, 2019. The trip aimed to enhance several points, most importantly, strengthening the educational and moral aspects of students, through targeted programs & activities. It also aimed to contribute to building the Muslim youth and entertainment.
In the presence of Mr. Majid Badhawi, General Supervisor of the Seminar Scholarship Students in Malaysia WAMY Club at the IIUM organized a congratulation ceremony for Dr. Abdul Raouf Hussain, Assistant Director of WAMY Office Malaysia on the occasion of obtaining an international doctorate degree. The aim of the program is to share the joy and congratulate Dr. Abdul-Raouf on completing the educational journey at the doctoral stage. Scholarship students and members of WAMY club at IIUM participated in the program. It was a wonderful day in WAMY’s club family, in which the spirit of brotherhood, love and harmony is embodied, and this has always been what WAMY Office Malaysia seeks through the programs it offers. The event was held on March 9, 2019 at Balqis Palace Restaurant and 30 students from 13 nationalities participated in the program.
On February 15, 2019 in the presence of the Director of International Relations at IIUM, Prof. Dr. Dawood bin Abdul Malik Al-Haddabi, representatives of WAMY Office Malaysia, Ustaz Majid Badawi, the general supervisor of the seminar scholarship students in Malaysia, and Dr. Abdul Raouf Hussain, assistant director, WAMY club held its opening ceremony at IIUM, to be the first club launched for this year. The aim of the program is to introduce students to WAMY Office Malaysia and its programs as well to introduce the club and the most prominent programs and activities that will be held during the current year. During the program, motivational & inspirational stories were presented. A partnership with Al Salam Club was launched, which is the club’s first partnerships with student clubs within IIUM university. Students were also given the opportunity to be an active part of the club by participating in the club’s upcoming programs. About 175 students from 27 nationalities participated in the program.
In order to raise the level of student work, WAMY Club at IIUM held a workshop entitled Factors of Excellence in the Institutional Performance of Student Organizations, where the course was presented by Pro. Dawood bin Abdul Malik Al-Haddabi, Director of International Relations at IIUM. The workshop was held on 30 January 2019 sought to achieve many goals, most notably the contribution to developing and preparing human resources, and raising the level of student work. The course included many skills that contribute to raising the efficiency of student work within the university. The workshop was attended by leaders of student work, managers of student clubs and a different number of communities at IIUM. In the workshop, Pro. Al-Haddabi gave a comprehensive definition of the importance of planning and the fast respond in providing services within the framework of student work, as “one of the tasks of club leaders.” 30 students from 10 nationalities participated in the program.
The International Student Office of the International Islamic University in Malaysia (IIUM) organized an event on 29 January 2019 for the new students for the academic year 2018-2019. His Excellency the Director of the Office welcomed the new students and urged them to exert efforts in seeking knowledge and provided them with some advice on university life. During the program, several entertainment programs, competitions, activities were conducted, and prizes were presented to the participants. WAMY Club carried out several introductory paragraphs about WAMY Malaysia Office and the club, presenting the most prominent activities that took place in the previous period and the most prominent activities that will be held in the coming periods. About 150 students from more than 32 countries participated in the program.
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Aspek-aspek yang dibincangkan di dalam dalam sidang meja bulat tersebut adalah aspek pendidikan, kadar pengangguran belia khususnya graduan universiti, aspek kesihatan, aspek global dan aspek mutu atau kualiti kehidupan masyarakat Malaysia.
Mengenalpasti minat, bakat, dan kebolehan murid-murid seawal mungkin
Pendedahan kesemua bahasa utama di Malaysia
Memberi kebebasan bersuara terutama di peringkat pengajian tinggi
Utamakan aspek praktikaliti berbanding teori
Menggalakkan usahawan muda menambah hasil produk tempatan
Memastikan tadbir urus negara dalam keadaan yang cemerlang
Menggiatkan sektor penyelidikan dan pembangunan (R&D) bagi menghasilkan produk yang berkualiti
Peranan Malaysia sebagai negara yang mampu menyelesaikan masalah negara-negara yang berkonflik melalui rundingan.
Menambah fasiliti dan jumlah tenaga profesional
Memperbanyak kempen kesedaran tentang penjagaan kesihatan
Mewajibkan saringan berkala pada semua golongan tidak kira tua atau muda
Pemeriksaan yang berkesan mengenai penyakit kronik, penyakit melalui jangkitan dan penyakit mental.
Penyelesaian terhadap penyakit sosial seperti gendalangan, sindikit peminta sedekah dan sebagainya.
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