Covid-19 Pandemic: UTHM Received Personal Donations from TMJ and Minister of KPT


Batu Pahat, March 23 – As the outbreak of Covid-19 enters the second wave of the country, University of Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM) today continues to receive donations from concerned parties to the welfare of the campus community.

Recently, DYAM Tunku Ismail Ibni Sultan Ibrahim, Crown Prince of Johor (TMJ), who is also the UTHM Pro Chancellor, has donated RM50,000 in private donations to ease the burden faced by UTHM students and families involved with Covid-19.

The donation was presented by Mr Syed Umar Syed Abdul Rahman, the Secretariat of TMJ to Professor Datuk Ts. Dr. Wahid Razzaly, Vice-Chancellor of UTHM which was held in the Johor National Security Council (MKN) Movement Room, Dato ‘Ibrahim Munsyi Building Kota Iskandar.

The University expresses their gratitude and appreciation to the Honorable Tunku of the Crown of Johor for the gift.

On the same day, YB Dato’ Dr. Noraini Ahmad, Minister of Higher Education who is also a Member of Parliament for Parit Sulong, Batu Pahat Johor appeared to be donating mineral water and basic essentials to be given to the students of Tun Dr. Ismail Residential College and Tun Fatimah Residential College at parent campus in Parit Raja.

The Vice-Chancellor who was also on site welcomed the donations to be distributed to both colleges. Also present were Deputy Vice Chancellor (Student Affairs and Alumni), Associate Professor Dr. Afandi Ahmad and senior university officials.

During that brief meeting, Dato’ Dr. Noraini also had the opportunity to hear a briefing on the development of Covid-19 at UTHM by the University’s Crisis Management Committee.

Datuk Wahid on behalf of the university also expressed gratitude and appreciation to the Minister of Higher Education for their concern in lightening the burden on the well-being of the campus community in Parit Raja.


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