Selangor Journal

Students must balance between academic and co-curriculum

SHAH ALAM, APR 11: University of Selangor (UNISEL) students should be balanced on academics and active in co-curriculum, said the Student Affairs Dean, Amidi Abdul Manan.
He said all clubs and associations in UNISEL should play proactive roles to achieve this goal.
He also said there should be more varieties to these activities to attract the maximum number of UNISEL students.
“It is hoped that students will always be active and go down to the grounds to join activities in the club and associations.
“Such activities are in fact the pivot in producing students who are balanced in academics and co-curriculum,” he said at the Launching Ceremony of UNISEL’s Clubs and Associations Introduction Day 6.0 yesterday.
Meanwhile, Corporate Communication Director, Hasril Abu Hassan said, the programme held for the sixth time provides exposure particularly to first year students on UNISEL’s clubs and associations.
“Since UNISEL was established, the number of clubs and associations have been increasing every year in both campuses.
“Therefore, students must be smart to take this opportunity to display their individual skills,” he said.
Among the clubs and associations available are Jemaah Seni, Indian Cultural and Language Society, Accounting Club, Predators Rugby Club, Taekwondo and Netball.
Besides being specifically briefed about the activities, students can straightaway register themselves in the clubs and associations.
The programme was held for two days beginning yesterday until today (April 11, 2017).

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