Wednesday, October 15, 2008

PILIHANRAYA KAMPUS SENGIT

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Oleh MUHAMMAD DAYNE AZMIN
KUALA LUMPUR 15 Okt. - Persaingan sengit dijangka berlaku pada pilihan raya kampus universiti-universiti utama di Lembah Klang yang membabitkan calon Aspirasi dan calon Pro-Mahasiswa.
Walaupun Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi menunda pilihan raya kampus ke Januari depan bagi universiti di sekitar Lembah Klang namun beberapa Majlis Perwakilan Pelajar (MPP) yang dihubungi oleh Utusan Malaysia memberitahu segala persiapan hampir mencapai 100 peratus.
Bekas Yang Dipertua MPP Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Mohamad Sabrie Mohamad Salleh berkata, kedua-dua pihak kini hanya menunggu tarikh pilihan raya kampus sebenar.
"Kumpulan Aspirasi sudah mempunyai calon-calon yang berkelayakan serta berkaliber dan di pihak Pro-Mahasiswa pula, calon-calonnya banyak menonjolkan di kalangan mahasiswa,'' katanya.
Menurutnya, mereka berharap satu pertandingan bersih dan sihat dapat diwujudkan tanpa sebarang unsur fitnah memfitnah.
"Apa-apa pun, pihak Aspirasi yakin mampu mengekalkan kemenangan besar seperti tahun lepas di mana 42 daripada 48 kerusi berjaya dimenangi oleh kami,'' katanya.
Baru-baru ini, Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi menetapkan pilihan raya kampus diadakan pada dua tarikh berbeza dengan beberapa IPTA di luar Lembah Klang akan mulai mengundi pada hari esok.
Sementara bagi IPTA yang berada di sekitar Lembah Klang, pilihan raya memilih MPP itu ditangguhkan ke Januari depan.
Bekas Presiden MPP Universiti Islam Antarabangsa (UIA), Muhammad Adib Hatim, berkata, kemungkinan akan berlaku saingan tiga penjuru pada pilihan raya kampus universiti berkenaan.
"Jika pada tahun lepas, hanya membabitkan dua pihak sahaja namun kali ini ia bakal menampilkan persaingan berbeza kerana terdapat satu pasukan yang tidak mewakili Aspirasi atau Pro-Mahasiswa akan turut serta bertanding,'' katanya.
Jelas Adib lagi, beberapa kerusi panas seperti Fakulti Undang-Undang dan Ekonomi dijangka menarik perhatian banyak pihak.
"Difahamkan, terdapat seorang anak menteri Kabinet yang mewakili Aspirasi akan bertanding di kerusi Fakulti Undang- Undang dan jika ia berlaku maka pertandingan akan bertambah menarik,'' katanya.
Berbeza pula di Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) apabila bekas YDP MPP UKM, Mohd. Zaid Mohd Idrus, mengakui perkembangan menghadapi pilihan raya kampus masih terlalu perlahan.
"Kebanyakan mahasiswa di UKM sedang sibuk menghadapi peperiksaan akhir semester satu tidak lama lagi namun sebarang perkembangan sentiasa dipantau oleh kami,'' ujarnya.
Bagaimanapun, dia optimis pihak Aspirasi mempunyai kelebihan untuk memenangi pilihan raya kampus pada masa akan datang walaupun persaingan dijangka seimbang.
Bagi bekas MPP Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) Shah Alam, Lokmannulhakim Mohd Idris berharap mana-mana calon yang bertanding mampu memberikan perkhidmatan terbaik kepada mahasiswa walaupun berbeza dasar perjuangan.
"Di sini, perkembangan masih terkawal namun keharmonian masih terjaga di antara kedua-dua pihak dan saya harap perkembangan baik ini boleh diteruskan pada kepimpinan MPP UiTM Shah Alam akan datang,'' jelasnya.http://www.utusan.com.my/utusan/info.asp?y=2008&dt=1016&pub=Utusan_Malaysia&sec=Dalam_Negeri&pg=dn_05.htm

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Sunday, September 14, 2008

SRC ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2008


aAssalamualaikum wrt. wbt.


Everything that starts has the end. SRc 07/08 come to the end of the tenure. Too many beneficial things that I can learn from SRC either leadership, communication, attitude and others. We hope for the next SRC, all of you can carry out the responsibiliy better that us for the sake of IIUM students.


Sunday, September 7, 2008

Fasting: Meaning and Rules


Fasting: Meaning & Rules


By : Syeikh Muzammil Siddiqi


President of the Fiqh Council of North America


Fasting during the month of Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam which is of paramount significance. The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said, "Islam is built upon five pillars: testifying that there is no god except Allah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, performing Prayer, paying the Zakah, making the pilgrimage to the Sacred House (Hajj), and fasting the month of Ramadan." (Reported by Al-Bukhari and Muslim)

1. What is Fasting?Fasting is called sawm in the Qur'an. The word sawm literally means "to abstain". In Surat Maryam, Allah tells us about Mary the mother of Jesus that she said, (I have vowed a fast (sawm) for the sake of the Merciful, so today I shall not speak to anyone. ) (Maryam 19: 26) The meaning is "I have vowed to abstain from speaking to anyone today". According to Shari'ah, the word (sawm means to abstain from all those things that are forbidden during fasting from the break of dawn to the sunset, and to do this with the intention of fasting.2. Purpose of FastingThe Qur'an says: (O you who believe, fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those who were before you, in order that you may learn taqwa. ) (al-Baqarah 2: 183)Taqwa is a very important spiritual and ethical term of the Qur'an. It is the sum total of all Islamic spirituality and ethics. It is a quality in a believer's life that keeps him/her aware of Allah all the time. A person who has taqwa loves to do good and to avoid evil for the sake of Allah. Taqwa is piety, righteousness and consciousness of Allah. Taqwa requires patience and perseverance. Fasting teaches patience, and with patience one can rise to the high position of taqwa.The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said that fasting is a shield. It protects a person from sin and lustful desires. When the disciples of Jesus asked him how to cast the evil spirits away, he is reported to have said, "But this kind never comes out except by prayer and fasting." (Matthew 17:21). According Imam al-Ghazali (d. 1111 C.E.), fasting produces a semblance of divine quality of samadiyyah (freedom from want) in a human being. Imam Ibn al-Qayyim (d. 1350 C.E.), viewed fasting as a means of releasing the human spirit from the clutches of desire, thus allowing moderation to prevail in the carnal self. Imam Shah Waliullah Dahlawi (d. 1762 C.E.) viewed fasting as a means of weakening the bestial and reinforcing the angelic elements in human beings. Maulana Mawdudi (d. 1979 C.E.) emphasized that fasting for a full month every year trains a person individually and the Muslim community as a whole, in piety and self restraint.3. Fasting is obligatoryIn the second year of Hijrah, Muslims were commanded to fast in the month of Ramadan every year. The Qur'an says, (O you who believe, fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those who were before you, in order that you may learn taqwa(piety). ) (al-Baqarah 2: 183) Further Allah says, (The month of Ramadan is that in which was revealed the Qur'an, wherein is guidance for mankind and the clear signs of guidance and distinction. Thus whosoever among you witness the month must fast.... ) (al-Baqarah 2: 185)The Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) explained this further in a number of his statements reported in the books of Hadith. It is reported by Imam Bukhari and Imam Muslim on the authority of Ibn 'Umar that the Messenger of Allah said, "Islam is built upon five pillars: testifying that there is no god except Allah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah, performing Prayer, paying the Zakah, making the pilgrimage to the Sacred House (Hajj), and fasting the month of Ramadan."The Muslim Ummah is unanimous that fasting in the month of Ramadan is obligatory upon every person who is capable (mukallaf).4. Rules about Fasting:A) Who must fast?Fasting in the month of Ramadan is obligatory upon every Muslim, male or female, who is adult (i.e. has reached puberty) and sane and who is not sick or on a journey.Sickness could be a temporary sickness from which a person expects to be cured soon. Such a person is allowed not to fast during the days of his/her sickness, but he/she must fast later after Ramadan to complete the missed days. Those who are sick with incurable illness and expect no better health, such people are also allowed not to fast but they must pay the fidyah, which is giving a day's meals for each fast missed to a needy person. One can also give instead the money for meals to a needy person. Women in their menses and post-natal bleeding are not allowed to fast, but they must make up later after Ramadan. Pregnant women and mothers who are nursing babies, if they find it difficult to fast they can also postpone their fasting to a later time when they are in a better condition.Journey according to the Shari'ah is any journey that takes you away from your city of residence, a minimum of 48 miles or 80 kilometers. It is the same journey that allows you to shorten (qasr) your prayers. The journey must be for a good cause. It is a sin to travel in Ramadan in order to avoid fasting. A Muslim should try to change his/ her plans during Ramadan to be able to fast and should not travel unless it is necessary. The traveler who misses the fasts of Ramadan must make up those missed days later after Ramadan as soon as possible.B) Fasting according to the Sunnah:1) Take sahur (pre-dawn meal). It is Sunnah and there is a great reward and blessing in taking sahur. The best time for sahur is the last half hour before dawn or the time for Fajr prayer.2) Take iftar (break-fast) immediately after sunset. Shari'ah considers sunset when the disk of the sun goes below the horizon and disappears completely.3) During fast abstain from all false talks and deeds. Do not quarrel, have disputes, indulge in arguments, use bad words, or do anything that is forbidden. One should try to discipline oneself morally and ethically, beside gaining a physical training and discipline. One should also not make a show of one's fasting by talking too much about it, or by showing dry lips and hungry stomach, or showing bad temper. The fasting person must be a pleasant person with good spirit and good cheer.4) During fast one should do acts of charity and goodness to others and should increase his/her worship and reading of the Qur'an. Every Muslim should try to read the whole Qur'an at least once during the month of Ramadan.C) Things that invalidate the fast:One must avoid doing anything that may render one's fast invalid. Things that invalidate the fast and require qada' (making up for these days) are the following:1) Eating, drinking or smoking deliberately.2) Deliberately causing oneself to vomit.3) The beginning of menstrual or post-childbirth bleeding even in the last moment before sunset.4) Ejaculation out of sexual excitement from kissing, hugging, etc.5) Eating, drinking, smoking or having sexual intercourse after Fajr (dawn) on mistaken assumption that it is not Fajr time yet. Similarly, engaging in these acts before sunset on the mistaken assumption that it is already sunset time.Sexual intercourse during fasting is forbidden and is a great sin. Those who engage in it must make both qada' (make up the fasts) and kaffarah (expiation by fasting for 60 days after Ramadan or to feed 60 poor people for each day of fast broken in this way). According to Imam Abu Hanifah, eating and/or drinking deliberately during fast also entail the same qada' and kaffarah.D) Things that do not invalidate fasting:During fast, the following things are permissible:1) Taking a bath or shower. If water is swallowed involuntarily it will not invalidate the fast. According to most of the jurists swimming is also allowed in fasting, but one should avoid diving, because that will cause the water to go from mouth or nose in the stomach.2) Using perfumes, wearing contact lenses or using eye drops.3) Taking injections or having blood test.4) Using miswak (tooth-stick) or toothbrush (even with tooth paste) and rinsing the mouth or nostrils with water provided it is not overdone (so as to avoid swallowing water).5) Eating, drinking or smoking unintentionally, i.e. one forgot that one was fasting. But one must stop as soon as one remembers and should continue one's fast.6) If one sleeps during the daytime and has a wet-dream, it does not break one's fast. Also, if one has intercourse during the night and was not able to make ghusl (bathe) before dawn, he/she can begin fast and make ghusl later. Women whose menstruation stops during the night may begin fast even if they have not made ghusl yet. In all these cases, bathing (ghusl) is necessary but fast is valid even without bathing.7) Kissing between husband and wife is allowed in fast, but one should try to avoid it so that one may not do anything further that is forbidden during fast.E) Requirements for the validity of fasting:There are basically two main components of fasting:1) The intention (niyyah) for fasting. One should make a sincere intention to fast for the sake of Allah every day before dawn. The intention need not be in words, but must be with the sincerity of the heart and mind. Some jurists are of the opinion that the intention can be made once only for the whole month and does not have to be repeated every day. It is, however, better to make intention every day to take full benefit of fasting.2) Abstaining from dawn to dusk from everything that invalidates fasting. This point has been explained in detail in the preceding sections.

CONVEST 08


ISLAMIC MEGA PERFORMANCE


FORUM PERDANA EHWAL ISLAM



FORUM PERDANA EHWAL ISLAM



STUDENT LEADERS' CONVENTION



STUDENT LEADERS' CONVENTION


CONVEST 08 OPENING CEREMONY

DECORATED CAR COMPETITION
SRC DECORATED CAR :)
Assalamualaikum wrt. wbt.
On behalf of Students' Representative Council 07/08, I would like to congratulate the CONVEST o8 committee members for the commitment and support in order to ensure the success of the event. I would like to thank the sponsors especially Bank Rakyat, Kerajaan Negeri Selangor, Kerajaan Negeri Perak and personal sponsors for your contribution in this programme.
May Allah bless us in all of our effort.
Thank you. :)
Wassalam

Thursday, August 21, 2008

The Issue of Mortarboard and New Robe

Konvo: 3,000 pelajar UIA bantah ganti songkok

Sumber: Malaysiakini.com

Seramai 3,158 pelajar Universiti Islam Antarabangsa (UIA) menandatangani petisyen membantah keputusan pihak pentadbiran universiti tersebut untuk menggunakan jubah baru dan menggantikan pemakaian songkok untuk majlis konvokesyennya.Pihak pentadbiran UIA memutuskan untuk menggunakan jubah baru serta menggantikan pemakaian songkok dengan mortar.Bantahan tersebut diterajui oleh Majlis Perwakilan Mahasiswa UIA (MPP-UIA).Berikutan itu, seramai 100 pelajar UIA telah mengadakan perhimpunan tengahari untuk menyokong tindakan MPP membantah perubahan tersebut.Presiden MPP-UIA, Muhammad Adib Hatim berkata, mereka membantah penggantian pemakaian songkok tersebut kerana ia sudah menjadi identiti UIA sejak 25 tahun lalu.Katanya, manakala keputusan menggunakan jubah baru itu dan mortar tersebut, menyebabkan pihak universiti menanggung kos sebanyak RM2.1 juta.Selepas perhimpunan tersebut, Muhammad Adib telah menyerahkan tandatangan tersebut kepada Timbalan Rektor UIA (Akademik dan Penyelidikan), Prof Datuk Dr MD Tahir Azhar.Katanya, kempen mengutip tandatangan pelajar bagi membantah keputusan UIA itu dianjurkan oleh MPP-UIA.UIA mempunyai 13,000 pelajar di kampus induknya di Gombak dan 2,000 lagi di kampus cawangannya di Kuantan, Pahang.
Minta butiran terperinciMuhammad Adib berkata, mereka mempersoalkan tindakan universiti membuat keputusan yang melibatkan jumlah wang yang banyak, tanpa berbincang terlebih dahulu dengan mahasiswa."Kami hanya mengetahuinya apabila media melaporkan terlebih dahulu," kata Muhammad.MPP juga menuntut pihak universiti memberikan butian terperinci mengenai perbelanjaan untuk tujuan itu.Dr Md Tahir, ketika ditemui pemberita selepas pertemuan 30 minit dengan tiga pemimpin MPP -UIA, termasuk Muhammad berkata, songkok masih terus digunakan seperti biasa dalam majlis-majlis lain. "Hanya untuk konvokesyen sahaja mortar digunakan untuk diseragamkan dengan universiti-universiti lain," katanya.Beliau menolak dakwaan bahawa RM2.1 juta itu mahal kerana jubah dan mortar itu, menurutnya, boleh digunakan dalam tempoh yang lama sehingga lebih 20 tahun.5,000 pakaian"Mana ada mahal...baju yang dia pakai lagi mahal. " katanya sambil menunjuk ke arah seorang pemberita wanita.Katanya, jubah dan songkok lama itu akan dijual jika ada kolej-kolej baru yang berniat membelinya.UIA membeli lebih kurang 5,000 pakaian untuk majlis konvokesyen baru. Lebih 4,000 pekajar akan menggunakannya selama tiga hari mulai Sabtu ini. Mengulas dakwaan bahawa tindakan pentadbiran universiti itu membelakangi mahasiswa, Dr Md Tahir berkata, terdapat beberapa perkara yang perlu diberitahu dan ada yang tidak perlu diberitahu terlebih dahulu."Dalam kes ini, ia berada dalam kawasan samar-samar, boleh beritahu dulu. Tetapi tidak beritahu pun tidak mengapa," kata Dr Md Tahir.

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Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Cabinet agrees on new rate for PTPTN loan applicants

The Star: 14th August 2008

PUTRAJAYA: Students will now have to pay only a 1% administration charge for National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) loans.
Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin said the Cabinet had agreed to the new rate at its meeting last week and its effective date was backdated to June 1.
“Students will pay a flat rate of 1% now compared to the 3% levied for first-degree courses and 5% for postgraduate programmes previously,” he told a news conference at his ministry yesterday after chairing the post-Cabinet meeting.
Khaled said a flat rate would be less burdensome to students compared to the previous method, which was calculated on a reducing rate basis.
“Under the reducing rate, students who did not settle their instalments on time or missed one or two payments ended up paying more.”
He said the new rate would be applicable to new and existing students as well as borrowers who had already graduated but were still paying off their study loans.
“For students who obtained loans before the new rate was introduced, their applications will be processed according to the old rate but adjustments will be made once the new system is up and running in December.
“Borrowers who are still studying and those who have already graduated will get fresh loan agreements from January based on the new rate. They will be given one month to choose the new option,” said Khaled. PTPTN currently has 1.04 million borrowers.
Khaled also said the new method of calculation was determined after consultations with the National Fatwa Council, which had stated that it was compliant with syariah law.
“We hope that the new rate will encourage more students to pay back their loans promptly. We will also give incentives to those who repay their loans quickly,” he said.
Currently, the rate of repayment of PTPTN loans is below 50%. Borrowers have up to 20 years to repay the loans depending on the amount.
Khaled also said that PTPTN would give out loans to help students pay for their insurance premiums under the fund.
On Tuesday, students from Masterskill College of Nursing and Health in Kuala Lumpur held a protest over the deduction of insurance premiums from their loan amounts.
They claimed that the deductions of up to RM1,300 had resulted in some of them not having enough money for their cost of living expenses.
“The situation happened because the students were paying this year for the higher, accumulated insurance premiums introduced last year.
“To help these students, PTPTN will offer them a higher loan amount to cover their insurance premiums. However, they will have to repay it later,” he said.
The students also turned up at the ministry in Putrajaya yesterday to highlight their plight.

Monday, August 11, 2008

CONVOCATION CEREMONY OF IIUM 2008

"This transformation is made in order to standardize the convocation attire in this country" Utusan Malaysia 24th July 2008

Are you agree?

IIUM need to spend 2.1 million for the transformation!!!

Kindly visit www.iiu.edu.my/src

Monday, July 28, 2008

DIALOGUE FOR STUDENT LEADERS



A dialogue between student leaders and administration was held on 17th July 2008. The programme was organised by Students' Representative Council 07/08. Most of the student leaders from various kulliyyah and mahallah attend the programme. The major issues that was arised during the dialogue about the welfare of the students, facilities and security. At the end of the programme, Students' Representative Council together with Kulliyyah Based Society and Mahallah Representative Committee submit RESOLUTION OF STUDENT LEADERS to all the administrative staff that attend the dialogue.


ISRA' MI'RAJ FORUM


IIUM Wireless Briefing


Monday, July 14, 2008

AUKU? Is It relevant?

Dear bro and sis,

AUKU is a very sensitive issue discuss not only among the students, but also by the members of parliament, Ministry of Higher Education, Government and opposition party.

My question,

is it AUKU still relevant?

Is the amendment of AUKU that will be table in the parliament this month just a gimmick of politic or it will show the credibility of our governmnent to give the opportunity to the university students to take part in NGO's or politics?

Is the politics give negative impact to the students?

Is it fair for the students who are in the campus which are deny their rights because of AUKU to make contribution to the society or give ideas about issues in politics than those who are in the same years with them outside can do support anything that they want?

My dear bro and sister, show your comment and criticism as a student which has own idealism, support the truth and reject the evil!

Email your view/comment etc to my email: adib_src@yahoo.com

STUDENT POWER !!!

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Wednesday, July 9, 2008

KULLIYYAH CHAMPION CUP 2008


HIMPUNAN PROTES DIPERSOAL

Salam,

Berikut kenyataan akhbar saya selaku Presiden MPP UIAM berkaitan himpunan PROTES.

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Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Zakat Application for Semester 1, 2008/2009

Salam,



Dear all students,



Please be inform that online application for zakat assistance in semester 1 08/09 will be open beginning 7th July 2008 till 13th July 2008.



Release of application form: 07/07/08 till 13/07/08



Dateline for submission: 14/07/08 till 18/07/08



Kindly log in : http://www.iiu.edu.my/zakat/onlineapps/



Please be noted that zakat assistance will be available only for full time registered students of IIUM.



Thank you :)



Zakat and Training Services Unit

IIUM Endowment Fund



In Collaboration with



STUDENTS' REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL 2007/2008



Monday, July 7, 2008

WELCOME BACK TO IIUM CAMPUS :)


HIMPUNAN PROTES DIPERSOAL

Hati saya terdetik untuk menghadiri dan melihat dengan lebih dekat perhimpunan PROTES sejuta rakyat pada 6 Julai di Stadium MBPJ yang pada jangkan saya akan dihadiri oleh ratusan ribu lapisan rakyat seluruh Malaysia bertujuan mendesak pihak kerajaan mengkaji semula keputusan menaikkan harga minyak pada 5 Jun lalu. Himpunan selama sehari suntuk yang dianjurkan oleh badan bukan kerajaan (NGO) serta pakatan beberapa parti politik akhirnya bertukar kepada beberapa perkara yang dikesali dan perlu dipersoalkan.

Pertama, aturcara himpunan yang dilihat tidak kemas dan agak berterabur jelas menunjukkan kegagalan pihak penganjur melaksanakan agenda pada hari tersebut dengan baik. Keadaan himpunan yang sepatutnya menperlihatkan tekanan rakyat terutama golongan berpendapatan rendah akhirnya bertukar kepada satu ‘Karnival Meraikan Kenaikan Harga Minyak”

Kedua, pembaziran wang, masa dan tenaga terlalu banyak berlaku. Selama ini, pihak NGO dan parti politik terbabit seringkali menghentam pihak kerajaan kerana membazirkan wang rakyat. Walau bagaimanapun, acara pada kali ini jelas menununjukkan kegagalan pihak terbabit menunujukkan contoh yang baik kepada masyarakat.

Ketiga, elemen hiburan yang keterlaluan. Penganjuran himpunan yang sepatutnya mewujudkan gelombang kesedaran kepada masyarakat berikutan kesan kenaikan harga minyak bertukar seolah-olah menjadi konsert hiburan melampau. Di saat masyarakat berpendapatan rendah seperti petani dan nelayan terpaksa mengikat perut kesan kenaikan harga minyak dan barang keperluan, seolah-olah penganjur meraikan dengan pesta hiburan melampau. Menjemput artis sebagai candu kepada masyarakat dalam kesengkangan perut.

Pada hemat saya, adalah lebih wajar wang yang dilaburkan semata-mata untuk himpunan terbabit yang tidak memberi faedah kepada rakyat diberikan kepada golongan miskin yang memerlukan. Pihak Pakatan Rakyat telah diberi peluang untuk mentadbir lima negeri selepas pilihanraya 8 Mac yang lalu, laksanakan amanah dan tanggungjawab yang diberikan kepada anda.Kurangkan bercakap di sana sini, sebaliknya bekerja dengan tekun dan ikhlas serta melaksanakan manifesto dan janji manis yang ditabur kepada kepada masyarakat dan pengundi di kawasan anda. Anda adalah ikon kepada masyarakat. Jangan terlalu berbangga dengan apa yang anda miliki pada hari ini kerana semuanya adalah milik yang Maha Esa. Dia berhak menarik nikmat pada bila-bila masa yang dikehendakinya.

Saya mewakili golongan mahasiswa berharap agar pihak kerajaan Barisan Nasional mahupun Pakatan Rakyat menunjukkan contoh teladan yang baik kepada masyarakat. Tidak ada gunanya berkempen, berceramah menghentam sesama sendiri semata-mata, meminta rakyat berjimat cermat tetapi dalam masa yang sama mereka adalah pengkhianat wang rakyat. Kami Majlis perwakilan Pelajar UIAM berharap semua pihak yang memerintah dapat memberikan contoh yang baik kepada kesemua rakyat jelata tidak kira dari latar belakang mana sekalipun. Rakyat adalah yang paling utama.

MUHAMMAD ADIB BIN HATIM
Presiden
Majlis Perwakilan Pelajar 2007/2008
Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia

SRC INFO: PTPTN LOAN

Assalamualaikum wrt. wbt. :)

Please be informed that the scheduled of PTPTN payment for senior students are as follows:

1st batch: Expected Payment is 10th July 2008 (Thursday)

Criteria:
Completed all results of semester 2, 2007/2008 and registered in semester 1, 2008/2009


2nd batch: Expected Payment is ONE MONTH after 1st batch payment
Criteria:
Active students but do not fulfill above criteria
(Further clarification please check with Sponsorship Unit, STAF)

Please take note that FEE CHARGES for semester 1, 08/09 is EXCLUDING THE ACCOMODATION FEE. Kindly pay the accomodation fee to the Finance Division through Bank Muamalat immadiately after received the payment.

Thank you.

ROAD TO IIUM ECO PACK




Assalamualaikum wrt. wbt.

Dear all students,
Welcome back to IIUM campus.

Please be inform that the launching of Eco Pack system in IIUM will be held on 18th July 2008, Friday, 9.30 a.m. at HS cafetaria. It was initiated by Facilities, Food and Services Department in collaboration with Students' Representative Council 2007/2008.
All of the students are cordially invited. Thank you.
















Monday, June 30, 2008


IIUM Ta'ruf July Intake 2008

WELCOMING REMARK FROM
PRESIDENT, STUDENTS' REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL 2007/2008
OF INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA

Dear brothers and sisters,

Student Representative Council (SRC) of IIUM is very pleased to welcome you to Garden of Knowledge and Virtue and we would like to congratulate you for the admission to this university. Pursuing your degree here means that you are a part of IIUM big family and we hope you will enjoy your time studying here.

The university has been providing the students with many facilities and accommodations in order to create a very effective learning environment for the students. Hence, you should grab this golden opportunity to gain knowledge and enhance your spirit as much as possible which can benefit you in your future life in this world and more importantly, in the hereafter. The significance of studying here is not only to provide the nation with intellectual graduates, but it is also to serve Allah as a good servant of Him.

Brothers and sisters,

The beautiful surrounding of this Islamic university hopefully will encourage you to create and adapt a very good environment inside the campus as well as outside the campus since we will bring the identity of this Islamic university. We are the ambassador of the university outside the campus. Knowing the importance of cultivating good morality among the student, SRC will be very pleased to have your cooperation in creating and adapting a good Islamic environment in the university.

Furthermore, SRC is looking forward to create a tight bonding with new student. As a representative which is elected by the student, SRC is responsible to manage the affairs of the students and serve the student and we will surely take into account student's voice and problems. We will be very happy to hear any idea or problems from the student and please do not hesitate to forward it to SRC or come to the office.

Finally, on behalf of Students’ Representative Council, we are very proud and happy because we will be in a large family with all of you in the Garden of Knowledge and Virtue. Let us show our gratitude to Allah swt and firmly unite in the name of Islam.

Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar!

Monday, June 23, 2008

Salam,

For all IIUM students, have a nice semester vacation.

See you next semester, Insya Allah.