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Your 2018 SPM and STPM results are out, and it’s time to celebrate your success! Congratulations on your achievement! We hope your hard work has really paid off well.

Adj. Prof. Dr Morni Hj Kambrie, Chairman and Founder of SIDMA College UNITAR Sabah, on behalf of the college congratulated the recent SPM and STPM achievers. He too reminded these students to thank their parents, teachers, relatives and friends who have played a role in their recent success.

SIDMA College Staff from the “Green Lantern Group” kicked off SIDMA College 2019 Staff activities by organising a Staff College Gathering at SIDMA Atrium on 1 February 2019.

Dr Morni Hj. Kambrie (Chairman and Founder of SIDMA College) during his official address to all the staff of the college, congratulated and thanked them earnestly for their commitment and contributions towards the successful implementation of SIDMA College’s vision and mission throughout year 2018.

He particularly congratulated the staff for their team and collaborative effort to ensure the successful implementation of the recently concluded SIDMA College Sabah 5th Convocation Ceremony held at Magellan Sutera Resort Grand Ballroom on 31 January 2019. Dr Morni acknowledged that he received numerous congratulatory notes on the uniqueness and smoothness of the convocation ceremony.

 

The Senate of SIDMA College Sabah has endorsed a total of 397 graduates and they received their scroll during the 5th SIDMA College Convocation Ceremony held at The Magellan Sutera Resort, Kota Kinabalu on 31 January 2019; in an atmosphere of pomp and grandeur.

Malaysia’s Early Childhood Education specialist, Prof Dr Bustam Kambrie who was given the honour to officiate the ceremony as well as to present the scroll to the respective graduates, praised SIDMA College as one of the leading private higher learning institutions in Sabah that is equipped with some of the latest technical infrastructure, and thus able to provide conducive atmosphere for the students to undergo and respond to the need of the Fourth Industrial Revolution to enable new possibilities.

He also commended the college for ensuring that they have vast resources relevant to the 21st century need, whereby the students no longer need to memorise things. They need to understand first; then they express their understanding through writing, speaking, acting, drawing, as well as other forms of creative engagement. Rather than lecturing, the students were trained to learn together, as well as learning from each other; and lecturers act as mentors and facilitators built around shared learning and aspiration.

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