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SHAH ALAM –  The University of Selangor (UNISEL) continues to be committed in pursuing the agenda of success and making headway in the university, this year

Its president and vice-chancellor, Prof. Dato ‘Dr Mohammad Redzuan Othman, said that it could be realised through the building of culture, the quality of excellence and competitiveness among staff.

“In the past three years, we have succeeded in achieving various successes and I am optimistic this year, UNISEL will continue to face greater success both in terms of administration, research and education.

“UNISEL had previously inherited a daunting infrastructure, no promotion and even five years of no pay increase. Alhamdulillah, over the past three years I have been leading a number of changes, “he said.

He was speaking at the New Year’s Message ceremony at UNISEL Kampus Bestari Jaya, here yesterday.

In addition, he said, a courtesy call from various parties from political leaders to community leaders has been conducted by UNISEL to explain the aspirations and direction of the university.

“This year, we will continue to receive respected guests as this can open the eyes of various parties to see UNISEL as a university with great potential especially in education.

“In fact, 2018 was an excellent year for UNISEL when it comes to receiving respected guests as Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, Dato ‘Menteri Besar, Amirudin Shari and Japanese Ambassador to Malaysia, Dr Makio Miyagawa came to visit,” he said.

At the same time, he said, UNISEL is committed to continuing the process of upgrading the infrastructure and preserving the environment from various angles, including information technology, development and campus greening activities.

At the same event, he also announced that Bestari Jaya Campus would be the parent campus, while the Shah Alam Campus is fully operational by the Faculty of Business and Accounting.

Earlier, Dr Mohammad Redzuan also announced a RM500 incentive to staff come February and a three percent salary increase for the qualifying.

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