By: Nur Syamila Kamarul Arefin
SERDANG, January 25- The Centre of Foundation Studies for Agricultural Science (ASPer), Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), together with the management of Tan Sri Aishah Ghani College (KTAG), UPM, has provided early exposure to the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) candidates to further studies at UPM through the Identity Camp for SPM 2023 Candidates Programme.
The collaborative programme provided early exposure to students from SMK Dato' Ali Hj Ahmad, SMK Tan Sri Osman Mohd Sa'at and SMK Dato' Penggawa Barat, Pontian, Johor, about the benefits of pursuing higher education after finishing their Form 5.
KTAG Principal, Assoc. Prof. Ir. Dr. Ahmad Shukri Muhammad Noor, said the programme provided the students with the opportunity to recognise their strengths and potential through group activities, so that they are well prepared for the SPM examination.
"Involvement of UPM students in the volunteering programme becomes an added value to UPM graduates and in line with the needs of employers nowadays, which will be beneficial at the workplace in the future,” he said.
Recently, the Student Council Committee at the Centre of Foundation Studies for Agricultural Science and the management of Tan Sri Aishah Ghani College organised the Identity Camp for SPM 2023 Candidates Programme, which lasted for two days and one night, involving 30 students at the Tan Sri Aishah Ghani College.
Meanwhile, the Project Director of the Identity Camp for SMP 2023 Candidates, Muhammad Rusydan Zahariman, said he hoped students who participated in the motivational camp would be interested in furthering their studies at the Centre of Foundation Studies for Agricultural Science, UPM.
"I hope that once these students have completed their SPM, they will be able to choose study programmes that interest them and not focus solely on the studies but extracurriculars as well," he said. - UPM
Date of Input: 26/01/2023 | Updated: 30/01/2023 | hairul_nizam
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