Online TCELC meeting to discuss important issues

JOHOR BAHRU, 27 April – The 2021 online meeting for Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) Tuanku Chancellor English Language  Club (TCELC) was held through Webex application on March 30th, 2021 to discuss several important issues.

The online meeting was chaired by Permaisuri Johor and UTM Chancellor, Her Royal Highness (HRH) Raja Zarith Sofiah binti Almarhum Sultan Idris Shah and joined by UTM Vice Chancellor, Prof. Datuk Ts Dr Ahmad Fauzi Ismail and another 12 members of TCELC.

Also joining the session were UTM Professor Amal Bakti, Prof. Dr. Masputeriah Hamzah and TCELC Advisors, Miss Atiqah Shaharuddin and Miss Siti Khadijah Abdul Wahab. The session was conducted in the Main Meeting Room (BMU) and Vice Chancellor’s office while Tuanku Chancellor was speaking from Istana Pasir Pelangi, Johor.

The session was held with several objectives such as providing a platform for students to interact and discuss with HRH Raja Zarith Sofiah as Tuanku Chancellor, matters of concern related to students, especially during this COVID-19 pandemic.

The participating members of TCELC also had an opportunity to share and update HRH Raja Zarith Sofiah the activities done by club members besides getting Tuanku Chancellor’s feedback on activities presented as well as improvements that can be done.

The theme chosen for discussion was ‘The Future of Our Country: What Can Young People Contribute’ and Club Activities for the year 2020. Currently, the TCELC has 200 members comprising students and staff of UTM.

Junjung Kasih Tuanku Chancellor for gracing the event.

UTM Vice Chancellor, Prof. Datuk Ts Dr Ahmad Fauzi Ismail interacting with HRH Raja Zarith Sofiah and other participants of 2021 TCELC online meeting.
HRH Raja Zarith Sofiah speaking from Istana Pasir Pelangi, The Chancellor is speaking with several participants of 2021 TCELC of UTM.
The participants of 2021 TCELC interacting with the Chancellor through the Webex application at Main Meeting Room (BMU), Sultan Ibrahim Chancellery Building (BCSI), UTM Johor Bahru.