Johor Bahru 31 January – A total of 120 people Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) sights firmly for four days in the village of Drainage Reserve, Senggarang, Balikpapan recently for the success of the Community Service Program and Education Tunku Abdul Rahman.According to the director of the program, Nurul Rafeeda Saarani, Community Services and Education programs Tunku Abdul Rahman is an activity that the first time held by the UTM through Rahman College and moved with Tunku Abdul Rahman Foundation. She said the program based on service community and education provides a platform for undergraduates from UTM and the community and local leaders to remember and share their experiences and knowledge about the contribution of the first Prime Minister of Malaysia. “In addition to motivating students with local residents, especially children in the face of an important exam, it also serves to form identity and pride of the nation, “he told Utusan Malaysia today.
According to Nurul Rafeeda, in efforts to ensure the Tunku Abdul Rahman, always remember, all the filling of the program has used elements of his character and his thinking while running the country and lead the struggle to achieve independence. Among the activities that took place was a series of motivational and leadership skills to primary school students , painting competitions and achievements of the country before independence and after independence and cooperate locally. “The participants also contributed in the construction of signs entering the village. In fact, the University Health Centre was also invited to provide a screening session health to the villagers. “In addition, Rahman College will also organize several activities based on the sharing of research results to the local community including UTM, UTM organic fertilizers and herbs selected for the preparation of perfumes,” he said.
Additionally, a total of 35 families in the village college players honored to make the adoption took place throughout the program.