Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) International in coordination with International Students Society-Pakistan (ISS-Pak) conducted elections for the selection of new Council members for the Session 2022-23.

The society elected Muhamad Asim Siddique as President of the body, Khadija Zia as Vice President and Asif Hussain Shah as General secretary for session 2022/2023.

The elections were held under the supervision of Dr Syed Hamid Hussain Madni and Dr Asim. The election activity started with the annual report presentation by ISS Pak general secretary which was followed by election procedure and protocols presentation by the election committee.

While addressing on occasion newly elected President Muhammad Asim Siddique said his aim is to carry forward UTM International mission and value which is to expand UTM’s global reach and prominence, facilitate transformative global education and cross-cultural learning opportunities, and support the inclusion and wellbeing of its local and international communities. My vision is similar to UTM Internationals vision which is to make ISS-Pak a leading and referred international center with a worldwide standing that drives UTM to be a global university with excellent reputation, he said.

Asim said he is a sports enthusiastic person and his sports plan is diverse, and it covers various sports like, He explained his sports agenda of each sport activity.

Directors from every Faculty/Dept of UTM (BS, MS, PhD students) have the responsibilities for guiding and assisting any new student who is admitted to UTM for the first two months, They will be the main focal persons of newly admitted students and will help and guide them through all procedures from the airport to the issuance matric card, They will also guide newly arrived students in residential occupancy and manage a tour of the whole UTM, so that they can continue day-to-day activities easily.

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Arsalan Haider is a reporter at Academia Mag and has worked with leading national dailies and news channels. He tweets @arsalanhaider14

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