Looking forward to helping Sarawak

SAMARAHAN: The Commemorative Convocation of Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) kick-started yesterday and will end tomorrow, with graduates from specifically the Masters’ Degree and Doctor of Philosophy courses receiving their scrolls.

Following are comments from some of the graduates from the Masters’ Degree course about they feel about their achievements.


Jason Freedline Baba, 27

JASON FREEDLINE BABA, 29

With my knowledge in Human Resource Development (HRD), I hope to contribute to the development of Sarawak as a leading digital economy.

Rafidah Kemat, 28

RAFIDAH KEMAT, 28

I hope I can help accelerate the digital economy development in Sarawak. I’m also pleased with the education level I have achieved.


Stella Maris Jugah, 29

STELLA MARIS JUGAH, 29

I have been following the solar energy development, especially in the rural areas. My Masters’ Degree in Engineering course focuses on the use of solar energy. I hope to help the state in this field in future. I’m thankful I can experience this convocation even though it was delayed.

Mohd Azri Suhaimi, 27

MOHD AZRI SUHAIMI, 27

I’m very happy and excited to experience this convocation even though it should have been done in 2020. With the knowledge I have gained in my Masters’ Degree in Science (Human Resource Development) course, I hope to help the state produce more efficient workers in line with Sarawak’s goal to be a leading digital economy and society by 2030.

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