Kelab Mahasiswa Kimia (KMK)
KMK Organization Chart for Session 2021/2022
Below are the activities that have been carried out by the QCC during the session of 2020/2021:
(i) 'WE CARE, WE ARE SURVIVORS' – SURVIVAL PELAJAR NORMA BAHARU
The 'We Care, We Are Survivors' program organized by the Chemistry Student Club in collaboration with the Secretariat of Spirituality, Welfare and Safety, College of Tun Dr Ismail (KTDI), Universiti Putra Malaysia discusses the pressures faced by students during the Covid-19 pandemic and the best solutions to overcome it. To make this program a success, two invited panelists, namely Nurul Faziera Mohd Adznan who is a psychological officer at the Social Welfare Department and Khairul Nidzar Mohd Zaki who is the YDP of the Penang State Teachers Counseling Council were specially invited to share opinions related to all challenges and necessary preparations. faced by every male and female student throughout their lives and learning new norms.
(ii) TINTA KASIH 4.0: STAY AT HOME & FEEL THE CHEMISTRY SESSION OF 2020/2021
Tinta Kasih 4.0 Program: Stay At Home & Feel The Chemistry Session 2020/2021 is a program organized by the Faculty of Science Student Association (FASSA) Faculty of Science, Universiti Putra Malaysia in collaboration with the Persatuan Sokongan Kanser Kanak-Kanak (CAKNE), Student Affairs Division, UPM and also the Chemistry Student Club, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science. The Tinta Kasih Program Session 2020/2021 is managed by 30 students from the Department of Chemistry and 5 UPM staff. The theme of the program is ‘Stay At Home & Feel The Chemistry’ which emphasizes that even at home, chemical reactions can still be done with ingredients available at home.
(iii) PROGRAM PUTRA SCIENTIST GEN Z
Each year, the Chemistry Student Club, Faculty of Science will conduct an outreach program with selected school students. Just like in previous years, the outreach program named as Putra Scientist Gen Z Program was successfully conducted with Form 4 and 5 students of SMK Aminuddin Baki, Kuala Lumpur on 29 May 2021. Uniquely this year, the program was implemented entirely online due to the pandemic situation that hit the country and limited physical activity.
Typically, activities such as explorace and experimental demonstrations will be conducted to fill the tentative outreach program. Although the program is conducted online, it does not detract from the objective of the program to provide exposure and instill interest in science in the students to be achieved. Various training activities in the group were successfully implemented during the Putra Scientist Gen Z Program. Among them are Avengers vs Scientist, Find Me If You Can, Hang or Safe? and Bingo Bash. These activities have the concept of a quiz game where students have to solve each question for each activity slot with other group members in their respective zoom breakout room. There are several facilitators in each breakout room to ensure the program runs smoothly and can interact more closely with students. All training activities in this group are implemented using different game procedures to ensure that students can learn while playing more fun.
Updated:: 18/04/2022 [naszroul]