By : Nur Diyana Izan
Editor : Nik Hafzaini Nik Hassan
SERDANG - In conjunction with the Golden Jubilee celebration of KPM 72, close cooperation was formed between the University Security Division (BKU), Student Affairs Division (BHEP), and UPM Alumni Relations Centre (ARCUPM) to smooth the program's flow.
About 100 alumni of the Malayan Agricultural College (KPM 1972) who will be returning to their alma school were invited to the meeting, which lasted for about an hour, and it included programme preparation. In order to do this, there will need to be group movement throughout the Serdang Campus area, and support from both BKU and BHEP is necessary. It is anticipated that three university buses will be used in the movement to transport alumni to locations that have been designated as local tours for them.
The following locations are anticipated to be involved: farm10 UPM, Edu-Park UPM, the area around the residential college, and the drive-thru of Hospital Pengajar Universiti Putra Malaysia (HPUPM).
According to the Head of Program, the BKU, including the auxiliary police who accompany each visit to ease traffic, must provide traffic support at every location that is visited. The three days and two nights-long activity, which is part of the Series 10 Thousand Reunion Alumni Memories (MEKAR) initiative, will bring alumni back to their alma mater to support the University's vision and goal to achieve brilliance together.
The KPM 1972 alumni have chosen to celebrate the Golden Jubilee 50 Years of MOE 1972 in UPM on their own initiative in order to see together how the University, which was formerly only a tiny agricultural college, has grown and developed.
The College of Agriculture Serdang, currently known as Universiti Putra Malaysia, has travelled a long path and experienced great success both domestically and abroad.
Date of Input: 30/06/2022 | Updated: 14/10/2022 | suziana.wil
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