Category: Azman Hashim International Business School

AHIBS Assist Students with Internet Data Plan and Subsistence Allowances

Covid-19 pandemic has transformed our normal life into a new normal. It presents various challenges to the economic survival of Malaysians at various levels such as SME and enterprises.  Malaysians, especially the B40 group, have been badly hit due to the fact that they may not be able to go to work because of the Movement Control Order (MCO).  After 6 weeks of MCO where only essential services were allowed to operate business, employers may not be able to pay salaries or will undertake salary cuts.  This situation has affected many B40 families and UTM students since 60% of them are from this class.

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AHIBS Distributed Food Packs to Students Staying in UTM During MCO

AHIBS DISTRIBUTED FOOD PACKS TO 140 STUDENTS QUARANTINE AT STUDENT COLLEGES DURING MCO
The Covid-19 epidemic forced Malaysians to stay at home for two weeks at the beginning and another extended two weeks starting 17 March 2020. University students were given options to stay at hostel or go back to their homes. As restaurants and cafes were asked to close during this period, Malaysian government provides food for breakfast, lunch and dinner to help the students coping with the situation. AHIBS has taken a proactive action in giving a hand to help students staying in campus during MCO. On 26 March 2020 and 1 April 2020, AHIBS Covid 19 Welfare Taskforce including lecturers, administration and support staff and Management of Technology students distributed 140 packs of basic food to 100 undergraduate and 40 postgraduate students staying in campus.

Before the lockdown, Free Food Team of AHIBS gave RM150 to the needy students staying in UTM. The donations from AHIBS JB endowment fund were handed by Dr. Noriza Jamal, the Deputy Dean of Academic AHIBS JB on 16th March 2020. The financial aids could help students who are affected by the lockdown, due to loss of part time jobs when UTM go for full lockdown.

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Southern Business Simulation Challenge 2020 Exposed Students to MonsoonSIM Platform

SBSC 2020 was a three-day programme organised by UTM XCITE in collaboration with AHIBS from 1st of March 2020 until 3rd of March 2020. SBSC 2020 used MonsoonSIM, an award-winning business simulation and gamification education platform, as the core basis for the programme. The platform recognised by Enterprise Resources Planning (Business) – SAP and has been used for business education in various universities around the globe since 2013. MonsoonSIM allows educators to change their teaching ways of business concepts and indirectly provide students with early exposure to numerous aspects of business processes.

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