THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE Putra Bakti Edu Volunteer Program "From University to The Community" targets to improve English language skills in a creative, interactive and holistic manner among school students, university students and teachers.
Program organized by QKK2101 Student Course Students Group 101 Second Semester Academic Session 2021/2022 Universiti Putra Malaysia Bintulu Campus (UPMKB) in collaboration with Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Bintulu in Bintulu, recently received encouraging response from the students and teachers of SK Bintulu.
Headmaster of SK Bintulu, Mr. Mohamed Khaidir Mohamed Arebi said, the Putra Bakti Edu - Volunteer 'From University to The Community' programme is very good to implement as it provides an opportunity for participants to improve their interaction skills in English.
In addition, he said, it can expand and increase the network of knowledge for each participant. In addition, participants can practice and apply the knowledge gained in their daily lives.
"Such program are seen as being able to strengthen and enhance soft skills in each participant and to produce individuals who are more aware."
"The ability to think in a way critical and creative to apply what is learned and increase their knowledge in the appropriate fields to make them more competitive in the job market," said Mohamed Khaidir at the opening ceremony of the program attended by the year four and six students as well as teachers of SK Bintulu.
Among the motivational topics and English language skills shared by the panel of speakers was "Be Smart with Tik Tok and Social Media" presented by Miss Nur Asyikin Zaidi for slot one.
For slot two, the motivational title "How to Handle Stress" was presented by Mdm. Hairunisah Abdul Rahman, while Ts Dr. Suhaili Mustafa presented a triple slot with the title "How to Back on Track After Procrastination".
As for the teacher slot, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohd Ibrani Shahrimin Adam Assim shared his knowledge and tips on "Get Back Your Motivation". All of these great speakers are from UPMKB.
Apart from motivational talks, the three-day program also involved cleaning activities in school areas such as Science Lab Room, Counseling Room, Junior Doctor Room and JQAF Room.
Besides that, the organisers also helped the teachers of SK Bintulu to paint the doodle on the walls of the Junior Doctor's Room.
"Through this program, UPMKB students can strengthen soft skills among students and students. We know that soft skills or generic skills are an important element that every student and student must master as well as academic achievement.
"Furthermore, through the program, students can learn and develop skills in council management as well as protocols and self-confidence to deal with the outside community.
"There are a lot of procedures that need to be done or passed by the students. So this is where the students show their respective talents," said the director of the Putra Bakti Edu - Volunteer Program "From University to The Community" Nurul Izwani Salehin.
Date of Input: 13/10/2022 | Updated: 13/10/2022 | lanz
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