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As we advance further into the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), inevitably science, technology and innovation will tremendously improve the competitiveness, boost productivity, upgrade industrial structures and address future challenges. Malaysia in advancing into building a knowledge economy and a knowledge society by mobilizing Science, Technology and Innovation by year 2050 recognizes Science, Technology and Innovation as powerful instruments of social change. The impact of it can be felt through the modernisation of technologies and systems, changing lifestyle at every level – from individual to societies and the nation.

Dr Morni Hj Kambrie, Chairman and Founder of SIDMA College acknowledged that the development of solutions to these key national transformations will require the mobilization on the waves of creative, innovative and entrepreneurial youth across the country to paint a clear strategy that places science, technology and innovation at its core. Towards this end, he collaborated with the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) and collectively organised a “Youth Dialogue Session with Minister of MOSTI” (Program Bicara Siswa Bersama Menteri) on our “Youth Aspiration towards TN50” (Aspirasi Belia ke Arah TN50).


Click Here To View AlbumDr Morni Hj Kambrie, Chairman and Founder of SIDMA College UNITAR Sabah recently collaborated with the Student Counselling Unit of SMK Tungku, Lahad Datu and presented his signature address “Gelombang Motivasi Perdana” for the benefit the Form 3, Form 5 and Form 6 (Upper Six) students of the school. Cikgu Murshida and Cikgu Anna Kamila, the school counsellors that took the initiative to organise the event on 04 April 2018 at SMK Tungku Lahad Datu school hall which was attended by more than 400 Form 3, Form 5 and Form 6 (Upper) students and teachers.

Dr Morni kicked off his lecture by congratulating and praising all the school teachers for their excellence service to the school and to the students. He told the students that they are very fortunate as their parents is willing to sacrifice themselves in order to allow them to be in school today. However he reminded the students that even the best teachers in the best school with the most supportive parents will not be able to unleash the excellence potential of the students to excel if the students themselves do not appreciate the efforts contributed by the teachers and parents.

About 30 of academic staff trooped to Pan Borneo Hotel, Putatan on the 22 to 23 March 2018, for a scheduled staff professional development seminar, with the theme “Power-Up a Good Lecture.”

Designed specifically to boost lecturers’ presentation skills and paving the way for interactive learning, the seminar focused on incorporating different teaching methods in classroom for effective sessions, and understanding the need of students (personality)  through fun and interactive inquiries testing methods; as well as collaborating with relevance.

Acknowledging that the participants are SIDMA lecturers who are also teaching future educators, Datu Razali encouraged them to expand their network through building collaboration not only with the local communities around them, but also building connections with other institutions of higher learning.

The lecturers were also exposed to an engaging session with Datu Razali Datuk (Datu) Hj. Eranza, who is one of the trainer for the seminar and has acted as one of the panel for the Malaysia Education Blueprint. The engagement provided a platform for the lecturers collaboratively discussed and tackled different issues with relations to the 11 transformation in the Malaysia Education Blueprint.