Events Calendar

02 January 2019 - 23 February 2019
  • In The Media
    21 January 2019 08:00am - 21 January 2019 05:00pm
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    KOTA SAMARAHAN, 18 Januari 2019: Seramai enam anggota keselamatan UNIMAS telah berjaya menamatkan Kursus Latihan Asas Polis Bantuan Siri 2/2018 yang telah diadakan selama dua bulan bermula 18 Januari lepas di Pusat Latihan Polis (PULAPOL), Kuching. Mereka merupakan anggota kumpulan yang ke-empat dihantar mengikuti latihan ini sejak tahun 2015. Majlis Perbarisan Tamat Latihan Kursus Asas Polis Bantuan Siri 2/2018 dijalankan di Dataran Kawad, Blok Pentadbiran PULAPOL Kuching yang telah disempurnakan oleh Ketua Cawangan Khas, Ibu Pejabat Kontinjen Sarawak, YDH SAC Haji Mohamad Yusof Bin Sa’ee. Hadir bersama pada majlis tersebut adalah ACP Ibrahim Bin Naihat, Timbalan Ketua (Operasi) JPJKK, IPK Sarawak Dan Supt Munsang Anak Sabai, Timbalan Komandan (Latihan) PULAPOL Kuching. Pada majlis tersebut, dua anggota pasukan polis bantuan UNIMAS, Sjn PB Lenon Anak Uming, 32, telah dinobatkan sebagai Pelatih Terbaik Keseluruhan Latihan dan L.Kpl PB Muhammad Farhan Bin Drahman, 29 dinobatkan sebagai Pelatih Terbaik Akademik. Dalm tempoh kursus, para anggota telah didedahkan dengan dengan pelbagai aspek latihan yang merangkumi kawad, aktiviti fizikal yang menjadi asas pembentukan disiplin dan turut diterapkan ilmu pengetahuan undang-undang yang berkaitan seperti Akta Polis (AKTA 344). Kewujudan Polis Bantuan UNIMAS telah mendapat kelulusan penubuhannya pada 18 Mei 2015 dan telah mendapat sokongan penuh daripada Pihak Pengurusan Tertinggi UNIMAS dan berjaya ...





  • In The Media
    17 January 2019 08:00am - 17 January 2019 05:00pm
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      KOTA SAMARAHAN, 17 January 2018 : Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) has been ranked 351 in the Times Higher Education’s (THE) Emerging Economies University Rankings 2019. THE World Emerging Economies Universities Ranking has been developed by THE to measure the achievement of universities in countries classified by the Financial Times Stock Exchange (FTSE) as "advanced emerging", "secondary emerging" or "frontier". The ranking covers 43 countries and only 450 universities were able to participate according to THE prerequisites. For the first time, UNIMAS joined THE world emerging economies ranking last year and UNIMAS has been ranked 351 in the world. The indicators used to measure the achievement of a university are grouped into five areas namely teaching (the learning environment); research (volume, income and reputation); citations (research influence); international outlook (staff, students and research); and industry income (knowledge transfer). We believed the hardwork and team spirit has again produced this significant achievement. TEGUH BERSAMA





  • In The Media
    11 January 2019 08:00am - 11 January 2019 05:00pm
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    Eco – biz Dream Project 3 is an initiative organized by Alliance Islamic Bank in collaboration with EcoKnights, Malaysian Green Technology Corperation (GreenTech Malaysia) and Asia School of Business (ASB) that aimed to ideate and originate innovative and viable solutions to improve living conditions of community around Kuala Lumpur’s Sungai Kerayong by fostering the ideas of participants on sustainable solution and realizing them through implementation. The students (each team consisting four to five students) were required to submit an idea pitch based on the topic of "Revitalizing the Kerayong River". There were 3 Stages in this competition involve Stage 1; Pitching of idea where Shortlisted 25 teams were given training by experts from the Asia School of Business in collaboration with MIT Sloan Management. Stage 2, selection of top 10 Team and Bootcamp Training. Stage 3 Final Pitch Out on 9th January 2019 at Intercontinental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur. The first stage of the competition which started in September 2018 had received 150 project ideas, but only top 25 was selected into the second stage. The second stage of the competition was the Selection of Submissions of 25 project proposals to qualify to third stage. During Second Stage, only 10 teams ...





  • In The Media
    11 January 2019 08:00am - 11 January 2019 05:00pm
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    Eco – biz Dream Project 3 is an initiative organized by Alliance Islamic Bank in collaboration with EcoKnights, Malaysian Green Technology Corperation (GreenTech Malaysia) and Asia School of Business (ASB) that aimed to ideate and originate innovative and viable solutions to improve living conditions of community around Kuala Lumpur’s Sungai Kerayong by fostering the ideas of participants on sustainable solution and realizing them through implementation. The students (each team consisting four to five students) were required to submit an idea pitch based on the topic of "Revitalizing the Kerayong River". There were 3 Stages in this competition involve Stage 1; Pitching of idea where Shortlisted 25 teams were given training by experts from the Asia School of Business in collaboration with MIT Sloan Management. Stage 2, selection of top 10 Team and Bootcamp Training. Stage 3 Final Pitch Out on 9th January 2019 at Intercontinental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur. The first stage of the competition which started in September 2018 had received 150 project ideas, but only top 25 was selected into the second stage. The second stage of the competition was the Selection of Submissions of 25 project proposals to qualify to third stage. During Second Stage, only 10 teams ...





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