Aiman Azmi wants to devote his time to serve all RKFQ students

By Wan Nurul Atiqah

GOMBAK, 10 December 2021: For Muhammad Aiman bin Mohd Azmi, his main concern focuses on Fiqh and Usul al- Fiqh (RKFQ) students’ wellbeing as reflected in his manifesto.

Muhammad Aiman is the candidate for the Secretariat of Fiqh and Usul al-Fiqh (SOFI) in the AbdulHamid AbuSulayman Kulliyyah of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences (AHAS KIRKHS) recent election.

In an interview with IIUMToday, this second-year student from Islamic Revealed Knowledge (IRK) department highlighted his vision to serve towards the holistic development of RKFQ students.

His mission is to focus on taking care of the welfare of both RKFQ and IRK students by providing the platforms for various skill developments.

Aiman’s manifesto focuses on the following:
1. To become the bridge between RKFQ students and the department
2. To organise multiple leadership and fiqh programmess for the development of RKFQ students
3. To assist RKFQ students in their academic and skill matters

To become the bridge between RKFQ students and the department

Aiman is convinced of his responsibility as the mediator between the students and the lecturers in solving all the problems students face in the future.

To organise multiple leadership and fiqh programmes for the development of RKFQ students

Aiman proposed to organise multiple leadership programmes and tutoring classes for RKFQ students in ensuring all students are balanced spiritually and intellectually as well as to improve the value of students in showing good example to society. 

To assist RKFQ students in their academic and skill matters

Aiman intended to do an open collaboration with other secretariats such as the secretariat of Usul al-Din and Comparative Religion (UDCY), the secretariat of Quran and Sunnah Student (QUSSA), and the secretariat of Arabic Language and Literature (ALA) to ensure the needs of IRK students are sufficient when entering the workforce.

Sharing his views on good leadership, Aiman said: “To be a good leader, it requires competence in terms of time management, academics, speech, and other skills.”

“Yet, a good leader will never say he is the best because that will make him feel comfortable and there is no improvement in himself, so it is necessary to always remind himself to keep improving,” he added. ***

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