Prof Dr Morni Hj Kambrie (SIDMA Chairman), Puan Azlina Ngatimin (Director, Corporate Relations and Business Development), Puan Azizah Khalid Merican (CEO), Mr. Lim Chin Tong (Registrar), SIDMA Board of Management, lecturers and staff took the opportunity to extend sincere congratulations and best of luck to the first batch of SIDMA – Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences (CUCMS) students who will be receiving their scrolls during the 6th Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences Convocation Ceremony at Setia City Convention Centre (SCCC), Alam Nusantara, Shah Alam, Selangor on 28 October 2015.
Dr. Morni was also indeed very pleased to note that these 26 graduates were the first batch of students recruited jointly by CUCMS and SIDMA, after the successful launching of “Collegiate Champion” and the signing of the Academic Collaboration Agreement between Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences with SIDMA College at the Ministry of Higher Learning, Putrajaya on 27 June 2012. They represent the first cohort of students who had successfully undergone Diploma in Occupational Safety and Health (12 graduates); and Diploma in Paramedic Sciences (14 graduates). The number of students increased by leaps and bounds from year to year.
He also very pleased to announce that graduate Logiman J. Gamad has been nominated as one of the recipients for Student’s Award.
Dr. Morni and Puan Azizah also took the opportunity to remind these graduating students that they are indeed a very special batch, being the first of SIDMA-CUCMS graduates. As such, they may have missed out some of the basic facilities provided by CUCMS main campus; however, the college has done it’s best to make their experience at SIDMA college a rewarding one. “You’ve worked so hard for it, and now you have successfully conquered it. It is certainly your success and your great achievement.”
They were also very happy that these students have shown their determination to work hard, willingness to sacrifice, and eventually completed their studies with good standings. They, too, advised them to continuously reflect on the knowledge gained during their studies and put them to good use to help their families, communities and the country at large.
They also praised and honoured the family members, relatives, lecturers as well as to all those who shared their joy of success and pride of these graduates, for their patience, understanding, sacrifices and support shown to these graduates during those challenging but rewarding years at the college.
To these graduates, Dr Morni added, “You most incredible, amazing journey to be a professional is in the making, continue your climb and aspire excellence. With love and pride, we send our sincere “CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR GRADUATION”