GOMBAK, 27 November 2021: The Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences Students’ Society (IRKHSSS) held its Annual General Meeting 2020/2021 on Friday (26 November) via online Zoom platform emphasising transition of new aspects of student body.
The AGM was attended by Deputy Dean (Student Development and Community Engagement) of AbdulHamid AbuSulayman Kulliyyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences (AHAS KIRKHS), Asst. Prof. Dr. Mohd Noh bin Abdul Jalil, as well as the society’s advisor, Asst. Prof. Dr. Zahid bin Zamri.
In his opening remarks, Dr. Noh, in commending the new line-up, said: “I can say that IRKHSSS has departed from an ordinary student body which focused only on the welfare of the students to a whole new student body encompassing Intellectual, Social, and Education (ISE) in terms of its delivery.”
Meanwhile, the President of IRKHSSS, Anas Hayyan stated that the tenure marked the empowering of new kind of student activism by reforming the society and the mindset of its council focusing on six themes: (i) Good Governance and Stakeholder Engagement, (ii) Welfare and Student Affairs, (iii) Diversity in Society, (iv) Academic and Intellectual, (v) Spirituality and Community Engagement, (vi) Social Media Reform, which were presented in their IRKHSSS 20/21 Report Card.
“We look beyond just conducting a programme or an event as a student body,” Anas added.
He further said the excellent work done by the mainboard and team, as proven by their accomplishments, has provided sparks, advice, and positive models for the future lineup to follow.
The AGM primarily highlighted the continued dynamism of the student society in providing its services to the community through the appointment of new office bearers, as well as in conducting a critical analysis of the current tenure by presenting programme reports and financial statements.
Furthermore, the society served as a forum for all AHAS KIRKHS students to ask questions, make comments, and share useful insights in an effort for the enhancement or betterment of Kulliyyah-based society of IRKHS.
Despite absence of face-to-face communication as a result of the pandemic, a total of 28 programmes were completed during the year, with another one still to be completed, according to the programme report.
The financial report also stated that IRKHSSS earned RM2,230.00 through Kulliyyah funding and allocation during the year. ***