RETURNING PROCESS OF UPM’S DISABLED STUDENTS
August 7, 2021 - The mission to repatriate UPM Serdang students has been finished. Ten days have been given to send UPM Serdang students to all regions of the state in Malaysia and oversee the return of three OKU students to Batu Kurau Perak, Muar Johor, and Tanah Merah Kelantan, respectively.
Not only is the return journey free for all UPM students, including OKU students, but their welfare is also taken care of by supplying packaged food and by having an Escort Officer accompany and oversee them on each bus. Throughout the voyage, the appointed escort officer and movement management will be informed of the presence of OKU students on the bus for safety and welfare concerns.
Each voyage began with a daily prayer recital by Y.Bhg. Prof. Dr Arifin Abdu, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Student and Alumni Affairs). Hopefully, the COVID-19 pandemic will end soon, and the situation will return to normal, allowing UPM residents to resume their regular jobs, teaching, and learning activities.
Prepared by : NUR HAZIQ FIKRI AHMAD
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Date of Input: 18/08/2021 | Updated: 01/09/2021 | azhar.mahdzir
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