Laylatun Qadrina UMP Sportswoman and YSS Volunteer receives an award
Good time management, hard work and stay focused are the keys to the success of the 2018 Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) Sportswoman, Laylatun Qadrina Amrizal who received the Malakoff Corporation Bhd. Excellence Award.
This award is the first to be introduced in the 14th Convocation of the UMP on 16 November 2019.
She is actively involved in sports and volunteering activities, and she is representing UMP in petanque. She received
the Student Adulation Award (Category of Sports and Recreation) for her outstanding achievements in university and national levels competitions.
Laylatun Qadrina won a bronze medal in the 2016 and 2018 Institutions of Higher Learning Games (SUKIPT), the first runner in the 2015 Open Junior Petanque Championship and several other successes. She also represented the Federal Territory at the SUKMA Games.
She is grateful for completing her study in the Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) of Electrical Engineering (Power System) and selected as the recipient of the award based on her outstanding results and active involvement in co-curricular activities.
“I am the alumnus of the Student Volunteers Foundation (YSS), a foundation under the Ministry of Education Malaysia (MOE).
“Volunteerism is the best platform to develop good self skills, improve the quality of leadership and challenge one’s capability in helping the local and global community,” she said.
She had contributed in the 2017 International Students Volunteer Mission in Sabah, SCI-Germany Workcamp 2019 in Cologne, Germany and represented YSS as a delegate in the 15th IAVE Asia Pacific Regional Volunteer Conference 2017.
When she was in the final year, Laylatun Qadrina was named as the recipient of the award of Outstanding Final Year Project (Power and Energy), sponsored by the IEEE-PES Malaysia Chapter 2019 in the Exhibition of Senior Projects on Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EXSELEN) 2019.
Laylatun Qadrina graduated with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.84 over the three and a half years of study here and received a scholarship from the Gamuda Berhad Foundation.
She is currently working as an engineer for the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) Underground Line 2 under Gamuda Engineering.
Translation by : Dr. Rozaimi Abu Samah, Faculty Of Chemical and Process Engineering Technology