Upacara Perasmian Pembukaan yang gilang gemilang

Oleh Mohammad Rizal Abd Razak

SHAH ALAM, 3 Feb - Tanggal 3 Februari 2014 telah menjadi saksi apabila sekali lagi UiTM dipilih menjadi tuan rumah bagi Majlis Perasmian SUKIPT 2014.Majlis Perasmian Pembukaan SUKIPT telah disempurnakan oleh Timbalan Perdana Menteri Malaysia merangkap Menteri Pendidikan Malaysia YAB Tan Sri Dato’ Haji Muhyiddin b. Hj. Mohd Yassin bertempat di Stadium UiTM Shah Alam.

Dianggarkan sebanyak 104 kontinjen,8,000 atlet, 2,500 pegawai dan 1,500 sukarelawan bakal memeriahkan SUKIPT 2014 pada kali ini yang bakal membuka tirai pertandingan pada 5 Februari 2014.Sebanyak 251 pingat emas bakal dipertandingan pada edisi kali ini.

Forget outsourcing, get our varsity students in - Haresh Deol (The Malay Mail)

JAN 28 — It was an interesting Friday night in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

Petaling Street, or better known as Chinatown, was brightly lit ahead of the Lunar New Year as locals and tourists enjoyed meals by the roadside. Just a stone’s throw away at the Olympic Hotel, there were some 50-odd varsity students who were hungry to learn about the media.

These students were volunteers for the upcoming Higher Learning Institution Games (Sukipt). I was invited, yet again, to speak to them. My previous encounter with Sukipt volunteers was just before the previous edition in 2012.

It was always fun learning from our young and bright students. While I had, in the past, mostly addressed journalism students, this time around I had the opportunity to engage with students from various backgrounds — from aeronautical engineering undergraduates to a bio-technology student.

There were in-house bulletins promoting the Games that were designed and produced by science students.

It was evident the volunteers were not just journalism students eager to score extra credit points. They were enthusiasts from various backgrounds and faculties, wanting to learn how to run and manage a multi-sport event.

The students were a motivated bunch, as evident in their facial expression and body language. The handful of photography students were inspired to snap the best pictures of potential world No.1s while those who were updating the official website and social media accounts were eager to know how best to deliver updates to their audience.

Most of them would form the secretariat during the Sukipt scheduled Feb 3 to 16 at UiTM, Shah Alam. Getting them involved in such a scale was a fantastic effort.

Sukipt was a national-level competition featuring 24 sports participated by student-athletes.

Unlike most events where organisers were often quick to outsource experts, the Education Ministry found it right to utilise talents within to help run the show at a minimal cost.

And such minimal cost goes a long way as it formed part of the students’ learning process beyond the four walls of a classroom.

The 2012 edition saw the participation of 65 polytechnics, community colleges, private and public universities. This year will see a contingent of 110 consisting 8,000 athletes and 2,500 officials. Sukipt is as big, if not bigger than the national schools meet (MSSM) or even the Malaysia Games.

The experience gained running the secretariat and dealing with the Press will prove valuable to these students. They would be able to beef up their resumes with more than just the pretty Cumulative Grade Point Average  they score at the end of each semester.

They would learn how to work in a team and manage personalities. The students would need to grow up quickly and learn from mistakes made. They would realise every job tasked to them had to be done right and every decision made had its consequences.

Our students would start thinking maturely, graduating from the ability of merely memorising facts to dish out text-book answers.

It all starts with the simple act of getting involved.

As their four-day session of learning how to engage the press ended yesterday, I wish these young Sukipt volunteers, some only in their first semester, all the best.

I would like to spend more interesting sessions with our undergraduates and learn from them. I also hope they would be given an opportunity to showcase their talents and capabilities in other bigger events.

One would be surprised with what our young varsity students would have to offer. Forget about outsourcing, let’s get our varsity students in.

* This is the personal opinion of the writer or publication and does not necessarily represent the views of The Malay Mail Online.

- See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/opinion/haresh-deol/article/forget-outsourcing-get-our-varsity-students-in

Terkini: Peraturan Pengambilan Kad Akreditasi


Tarikh: 3 hari sebelum kejohanan iaitu pada 1 Februari 2014

2 Tempat: Bilik Sekretariat SUKIPT 2014, Kolej Mawar, UiTM Shah Alam

Hanya Pengurus Pasukan dan Penolong Pengurus Pasukan sahaja yang dibenarkan untuk mengambil kad akreditasi di Bilik Sekretariat


Dokumen yang diperlukan semasa pengambilan kad

i. Salinan Kad Matrik/Kad Pelajar yang telah disahkan oleh Ketua Jabatan
ii. Borang Pendaftaran yang terdiri daripada
    - Borang Pendaftaran Diri Atlet 
     (Sila cetak borang pendaftaran diri atlet melalui Sistem Online di menu PENDAFTARAN SUKAN --> KEMASKINI MAKLUMAT PERIBADI ATLET)
    - Borang Pendaftaran Diri Pegawai
     (Sila cetak borang pendaftaran diri pegawai melalui Sistem Online di menu PENDAFTARAN SUKAN --> PENDAFTARAN PEGAWAI KONTIJEN
iii. Borang Pengesahan Akademik
- (Sila cetak borang pendaftaran diri pegawai melalui Sistem Online di menu PENDAFTARAN SUKAN --> PENGESAHAN AKADEMIK PENDAFTARAN)
iv. Borang Maklumat Kesihatan
v. Gambar Atlet Berukuran Pasport bagi Kontijen yang tidak memasukkan gambar atlet yang sah ke dalam Sistem (Hanya Atlet yang mempunyai gambar yang sah sahaja akan dibenarkan bertanding di SUKIPT 2014)
vi. Dokumen sokongan lain yang berkaitan jika perlu.


Pegawai yang boleh dihubungi

i. En. Md Nor Abdul Halim – 019-2678995

****Kad Matrik asal perlu dibawa oleh atlet semasa Kejohanan SUKIPT