33rd Convocation ends, Rector hopes graduates will uphold Islamic values

By Marsha Adibah & Yasmin Latif

GOMBAK, 15 November 2017: The last day of the IIUM 33rd Convocation Ceremony on Monday (13 November) witnessed 1,958 graduands from seven Kulliyyah being conferred their scrolls, marking the end of convocation ceremony for 2017.

In her speech, the Rector of IIUM, Prof. Dato’ Sri Dr. Zaleha Kamarudin, advised IIUM graduates to always practice Islamic values which have been taught persistently throughout their intelectual journey in IIUM.

She encouraged graduates to remain shariah-compliant in whatever nature of career that they pursue, as Islam is the main guideline and framework in which life is lived.

“In this premier Islamic university, you should soar higher with Islamic values. The curriculum in IIUM is the product of Islamisation – an initiative uniquely designed by the learned people of this university, and formulated as a reformation for the Muslim ummah.”

In her parting words to the graduands, she reminded them to always honour and appreciate their lecturers and parents who have been giving unswerving moral support throughout their journey as students.

Mr. Pamnan and Mdm. Hayati, who came to the ceremony to watch their daughter Najla Binti Pamnan, a graduand from AIKOL, receiving her scroll, expressed their pride to IIUM.

“I feel proud with my daughter’s achievement and I’m satisfied that I have fulfilled the responsibilities given by Allah SWT,” Pamnan said.

“I expect that my daughter will carry out her responsibilities with a strong commitment and confidence in a career that is certainly far more challenging,” he added.

The 2017 convocation ceremony also witnessed the Kulliyyah-level awards. Recipients of the awards are as follows:

Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws

Best Students (Overall)

ELLA BINTI MOHD ALI

Best Student (Academic)

AISHATH IFFA ASHRAF

Best Student (Co-Curricular)

NUR FARAHDIYANA BINTI ABDUL HAMID

 KULLIYYAH OF Architecture and Environmental Design

Best Students (Overall)

ZULAIKHA SHAARI

Best Student (Academic)

ADIB BIN AZMAN

Best Student (Co-Curricular)

NUR MUSFIRAH BINTI SAIFUL BAHARI

 Kulliyyah of Engineering

Best Students (Overall)

MUHAMMAD IKMAL HAKIM BIN SHAMSUL BAHRIN

Best Student (Academic)

ARIF BILLAH

Best Student (Co-Curricular)

NURUL HIDAYAH BINTI MAHAMUD

 Kulliyyah of Education

Best Students (Overall)

HAYATI BINTI ABDYL HALIM

Best Student (Academic)

SITI NOR HIDAYU BINTI MOHAMAD RADZI

Best Student (Co-Curricular)

NUR BASYIRAH BINTI BORHAN

 

Kulliyyah of Information and Communication Technology

Best Students (Overall)

ZAIM MUZHAFFAR BIN RAMLAN

Best Student (Academic)

SYAKIRATUL AZIMAH BINTI AZMI

Best Student (Co-Curricular)

AMIRAH HAFIZAH BINTI MOHD BASHIR

 Kulliyyah of Pharmacy

Best Students (Overall)

NOR INTAN JULAIHA BINTI JAAFAR

Best Student (Academic)

SITI AFIQAH BINTI SHIKH SHATIR

Best Student (Co-Curricular)

MUHAMMAD HILMI BIN RAZALI

 Kulliyyah of Science

Best Students (Overall)

TASNEEM BINTI AHMAD SHUHEMI

Best Student (Academic)

FARAH HANI BINTI RAZALI

Best Student (Co-Curricular)

MOHAMMAD IZWAN BIN ENCHE OTHMAN

 

Marsha Adibah

Public Relations

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