STADD Client’s Day 2014

By Nurul Atikah Md. Shahnon

GOMBAK: Student Affairs and Development Division (STADD) of International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) organized it’s Client’s Day for this year from 7th to 8th May 2014. It was held at the mosque compound, business centre of IIUM campus, here. This programme was aimed at creating an awareness among students on services that STADD is offering, said the secretary of this event, Madam Azyanti Binti Yaakop, from STADD, yesterday. Furthermore, its objectives are to showcase and promote excellent services to students and also to forge a close relationship between students and staff.

Several clubs and organizations took part in this showcase. Among them are all clubs under Student Interest and Training Unit (SITU), Student Leadership and Management Unit (SLMU); all clubs under STADD such as Residential Management, Vehicle Management Unit, Welfare Unit and Administration; and also external exhibitors like Jabatan Pertahanan Awam Malaysia (JPAM) and Persatuan Bulan Sabit Merah (PBSM).

During the two days of programme, several activities were conducted. These include interesting and fun games which were conducted by all booths, display of information materials of exhibitors, students’ performances and coloring contest by IIUM Educare.

Aini Maznina A.Manaf

Aini Maznina is an assistant professor at the Department of Communication, KIRKHS, International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM). She is also the Coordinator and Editor of IIUM Today.

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5 thoughts on “STADD Client’s Day 2014

  1. Alhamdulillah. It was well conducted and done with cooperation by all staff of STADD; and also all students (clubs) participated. On behalf of the organizing committee, I wish to thank everyone involved in making this year’s STADD Client’s Day a success. And off course, thousand apologies for any “hickups” / shortcomings before, during and after the event.

    See you again next year, InsyaAllah!

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