Friday, December 16, 2011

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Let's VOTE !



Nomination period is already over and we have all the candidates now! Today a manifesto session was held in wackos and tomorrow we gonna have another session in CTS lounge at 1-2 pm. Wednesday is the voting day, which is the most important day where all of you can choose your future  SCIENCESS line-up. Let's come to our Annual General Meeting:
            
            -14/12/2011 (Wednesday)
            -Main Auditorium, Kulliyyah of Science (KOS)
            -8.30 PM

LET'S BE PART OF SCIENCESS.
DON'T FORGET TO VOTE FOR THE BEST CANDIDATES!

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

SCIENCESS ANNUAL MAGAZINE



Coming Soon :)

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP WORKSHOP




Date : 20th NOVEMBER 2011
Time : 7.30 AM- 1.00 PM
Venue : ROOM 103, CTS BUILDING

SCIENCESS INTER-BATCH SPORT CARNIVAL







Date : 20th NOVEMBER 2011
Time : 8.00 AM- 1.00 PM
Venue : IIUM SPORT COMPLEX

CAREER NAVIGATOR PROGRAM



20th NOVEMBER 2011
Opening ceremony and career talk by Ust Ridhuan Mohd Noor 


21th NOVEMBER 2011
Talk: "Are you well-prepared" by Alumni & Career Service
Next Stop: Australia by IDP-Autralia Postgraduate Studies Consultant
Character Building by ESQ Leadership Training


22th NOVEMBER 2011
Trip to BioMalaysia
Info session: INSPEM (for CTS)
Movie Show: The Pursuit of Happiness


23th NOVEMBER 2011
Info Session: Gribbles (for Biomed)

My Training cube by sister Mary
Forum "Life After Graduation" by senior Alumni

BLOOD DONATION


Date : 16th NOVEMBER 2011
Time : 8.30 AM-4.30 PM
Venue : STUDENT RESOURSE CENTER (WacKOS)

Be a HERO, Be a BLOOD  DONOR!

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Good luck, bro & sis :)


"The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather in a lack of will." Vincent T. Lombardi 

SCIENCESS wishes you all the best in coming mid-term examinations. All the best! May Allah ease our way.. Let's do the best and strive for excellence :)

Thursday, September 22, 2011

LAB SKILL WORKSHOP


Want to improve you laboratory' skill??


Here we will show you how you can write your lab's report in a right way, and also to know the step of extraction method. Come and grab the opportunity to built up your laboratory skill. With only RM 3, you will get a lifetime valuable skill. So, don't hesitate, just come and join us.




Date : 24-25 September 2011
Time : 8.00am - 2.00pm
Venue : Kuliyyah Of Science
Fee RM 3 only

EXTRACTION METHOD (FOR 4TH YEAR STUDENTS)
Booking via message to:-
Hanita-0139310825
Emy-0173265778

LAB REPORT WRITING (FOR 2nd YEAR STUDENTS)
Form will be distributed in the Class

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Ramadhan kareem :)

Why Islamic Fasting Is Different Than Other Types of Fasting (ref. 7)
The Islamic fast, is different from the above "Diet Plans". It has beneficial features of both plans. Its unique medical benefits are due to the following factors:
1. As compared to other diet plans, in fasting during Ramadan, there is no malnutrition or inadequate calorie intake since there is no restriction on the type or amount of food intake during Iftaar or Sahar. This was confirmed by M.M.Hussaini (ref. 6) during Ramadan 1974 when he conducted dietary analysis of Muslim students at the University of North Dakota State University at Fargo. He concluded that calorie intake of Muslim students during fasting was at two thirds of NCR- RDA.
2. Fasting, in Ramadan is voluntarily undertaken. It is not a prescribed imposition from a physician. In the hypothalamus part of the brain there is a center called "lipostat" which controls the body mass. When severe and rapid weight loss is achieved by starvation diet, the center does not recognize this as normal and, therefore re-programs itself to cause weight gain rapidly once the person goes off the starvation diet. So the only effective way of losing weight is slow, self-controlled, and gradual weight loss by modifying our behavior, and the attitude about eating while eliminating excess food. Ramadan is a month of self-regulation and self-training if terms of food intake thereby causing hopefully, a permanent change in lipostat reading.
3. In Islamic fasting, we are not subjected to a diet of selective food only (i.e. protein only, fruits only etc). An carry breakfast, before dawn is taken and then at sunset fast is broken with something sweet i.e. dates, fruits, juices to warrant any hypoglycemia followed by a regular dinner later on.
4. Additional prayers are prescribed after the dinner, which helps metabolize the food. Using a calorie counter, I counted the amount of calories burnt during extra prayer called Traveeh. It amounted to 200 calories. Islamic prayer called Salat uses all the muscles and joints and can be placed in the category of a mild exercise in terms of caloric out put.
5. Ramadan fasting is actually an exercise in self discipline. For those who are a chain smoker, or nibble food constantly, or drink coffee every hour, it is a good way to break the habit, hoping that the effect will continue after the month is over.

6. Psychological effect of Ramadan fasting are also well observed by the description of people who fast. They describe a feeling of inner peace and tranquility. The prophet has advised them "If one slanders you or aggresses against you, tell them I am fasting". Thus personal hostility during the month is minimal. Crime rate in muslim countries fall during this month. 
Ahlan Wasahlan Ya Ramadhan!

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Mohd Adhamerudin B Omar (1989-2011)

He was recognized as someone who likes to smile, very diligent in helping people and have many friends. Born on August 25, 1989, he grew up in Kuala Nerang, kedah and attended school in Sekolah Menengah Sains Sultan Mohamad Jiwa. He was the second of four siblings. He held the position of Public Relation and Information in SCIENCESSW. He was also active in ARCIIUM and one of the IIUM life saver team. During this semester break he worked as a part timer in Kuantan. On 15th of June 2011, the entire IIUM community was shocked by a very sad news. He was drowned at Pasir Kubur at Kenau River when wanted to save his friend who was also working at the same place with him. His family arrived at the mortuary at 7.30pm and was brought to Masjid Tengku AfzanHe was interred in lundang, Kota Bharu, KelantanSurely, the entire IIUM especially Sciencess, and his friends feel this great loss. May Allah bless his soul. Al-fatihah.


Say: “I have no power over any harm or profit to myself except as Allah willeth. To every people is a term appointed: when their term is reached, not an hour can they cause delay, nor (an hour) can they advance (it in anticipation).”- (Yunus: 49)

Thursday, May 5, 2011

POLISHING THE HEART

POLISHING THE HEART

How are you people?. Let us used of our holiday by doing something valuable. For example is polishing our heart

Abu Dardaa radiallaahu 'anhu said:"For everything there is a polish and the polish for the heart is the dhikr of Allaah".
Al-Bayhaqee relates from Ibn 'Umar radiallaahu 'anhu that AlIaah's Messenger sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam said: "For everything there is a polish, and the polish for the hearts is the dhikr (remembrance) of Allaah. There is nothing more potent in saving a person from the punishment of Allaah than the dhikr of Allaah." It was said: Not even Jihaad in the path of Allaah. So he replied: "Not even if you were to continue striking with your sword until it breaks."

There is no doubt that hearts becomes rusty just as copper and silver coins become rusty. The polish for [this rust] is the dhikr of AIlaah. This is because [dhikr] is like a polish [which polishes the heart] like a shiny mirror. When dhikr is left, the rust returns. But when dhikr resumes, then the heart is [again] polished. And hearts become rusty due to two things:-
(i) neglecting remembering Allaah, and
(ii) committing sins. 

The polish for these two things is:- 

(i) seeking Allaah's forgiveness and
(ii) dhikr.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

8 Biggest Myths about EXAMINATIONS!!


Exams come again, as usual, at the end of the semester, to judge our academic performance for the semester. So Sciencess would like to wish all students of Kulliyyah of Science.. ALL THE BEST!! Here, we would share 8 biggest myths about exams, as mentioned by Mark Patterson, in his Secret of LazySmart Students. Why do examinations cause so much anxiety even to those who have already studied thoroughly? Many of our fears are based on wrong beliefs about tests in general, and these myths unfortunately prevent us from faring well. Be aware of the following myths about exams and see if you agree:

1) If you fail, you have wasted your time.

Nothing is wasted if you've tried your best. Many exams are graded subjectively and there's no reason for you to punish yourself over it. Besides, you have retained valuable information while studying and you can always take the exams again, that time with more knowledge on what will be taken up.

2) The exam could out you as a phony, exposing gaps in your education.
Are examiners going to pick your answers apart? Most likely not; in fact, they understand the pressures that an exam-taker goes through and usually go out of their way to deliberately seek out what's good in the answer you have given. The more important thing to keep in mind is that the person checking your paper would be pleased with a show of effort, so even if you don't know the proper procedure, try your best to put together all the principles you've learned and come up with an educated guess and an evident effort to attempt a solution.

3) You should have studied everything.

At the late revision stages, there's no use worrying about what you weren't able to cover. By then it would be too late to cram too much stuff in your head. However, with the remaining time that you have, choose the material for last-minute revision wisely. First, don't bother reading on the subject matter that hasn't been taken up – that won't be included. Second, brush up on the things that are more likely to come up on the exam. How would you know what these are? Here are some clues:

a. Try to recall subject matter which your professor has mentioned more than once.

b. Read about topics he has assigned as homework.

c. Take note of items he has written on the blackboard, such as terms, names, formulae, or dates. If they were written down, they're likely to be included. d. If your teacher tells you that a particular topic will be included in the exam, there's a 99% chance that it will.

4) If you haven't understood what you have read, there's no use taking the exam.

University is so much different than high school in that there's a large volume of information you have to learn about in so little time. Because of this, it's highly unlikely that you would be able to comprehend each topic fully. When examination time comes around, it's only normal that there is a huge percentage of information that you don't really understand. What's important is for you to ask your teacher or classmates for clarification if you still have the time. If not, take the exam anyway – half your classmates probably don't know it all, either - just remember to have the subject matter explained to you after the exam so it will add to your stock knowledge.

5) The exam questions are not easily understandable.

Test designers don't want to make it difficult; they just want to make it difficult for cheaters. Expect some degree of difficulty as it's not an IQ test or a test of general knowledge but of the course that you're taking up.

6) Exams are for people with good memories.

Very few teachers these days give exams based on your having to enumerate several items or memorize a list of terms. They are now more concerned with testing your comprehension skills – how well you analyze a topic, how you compare and contrast, how you relate an item to the general lesson.

7) Exams are just for people who work extremely fast.

There are time limits in examinations because these are based on topics that have already been taken up; it's not as if you're about to solve a Math problem whose solution method you'll be seeing for the first time. If there's anything new in an exam, it's only the manner of presentation: same principles, different data.

8) Calculations are either right or wrong.

As was mentioned earlier, credit is almost always given for effort. Even if you don't get the final answer right, you'll still be credited for attempting a solution. Who knows, you might even find a correct solution that has never been tried before! Mark is the author of the most comprehensive and straightforward exam success guide.

Apart from that, please be informed for those who no longer need their text and reference books, and wish to pass the books to the juniors and the next generations, you can simply contact our committee, as follow:
 
All the best in your examinations, pray a lot, He will help us. Bubbye =)

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Sciencess Family Day '11 : A Short Report

Yesterday, 19th March 2011 was truly a pleasurable and satisfactory time. About 150 students of Kulliyyah of Science gathered at the IIUM field, spent their leisure time together for the precious annual Sciencess Family Day. This event was brought by the Sports and Recreation Bureau of Sciencess with a firm goal which is to strengthen brotherhood or the ukhuwwah among students. It was officiated by the Deputy Dean of Academic, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tengku Haziyamin in a very simple opening ceremony, yet significant and expressive. Through this event, we learned that it is not flesh and blood, but heart that makes us a family.

There were four houses; Coral, Chartreuse, Dodge Blue and Magenta led by Bro. Azri Jalil, Bro. Alias Rahman, Bro. Redhuan, and Bro. Ahmad respectively. All students have shown great fighting spirits throughout all the games and telematches arranged. It was the thrill of the fight that brought loud cheering and noises at the field for the whole 6 hours of the event. Undeniably, sometimes, situations became very uncontrollable, where the rules of the games were broken and the committee’s decisions were being argued. However, those are the things that bind us together and make us smile today. So, I consider those things as small matters because at the end of the day, a loving family should find everything forgivable, isn’t it?

After combining the marks collected by brothers and sisters for each house, the results for games and telematches are as follow:

Galah Panjang:
1st prize: Magenta
2nd prize: Dodge Blue

Baling Selipar:
1st prize: Dodge Blue
2nd prize: Chartreuse

Futsal:
1st prize: Coral
2nd prize: Magenta

Wargame:
1st prize: Dodge Blue
2nd prize: Magenta

Telematches:
1st prize: Dodge Blue
2nd prize: Coral

The Da Vinci Code:
1st prize: Coral
2nd prize: Dodge Blue

Love Relay:
1st prize: Dodge Blue
2nd prize: Chartreuse

Balloon War: (Individual winners)
4 people from Magenta
3 people from Dodge Blue

The best participant for each house:
Coral: Bro. Hafizul Fazly
Chartreuse: Bro. Adhamerudin
Dodge Blue: Sis. Amalina
Magenta: Bro. Ahmad bin Zhari

Khemah Decorations:
1st prize: Dodge Blue (120marks)
2nd prize: Magenta (113marks)
3rd prize: Coral (107marks)
4th prize: Chartreuse (106marks)

Whole marks collected:
Dodge Blue: 3800
Coral: 3500
Magenta: 3200
Chartreuse: 2700

With 3800 marks collected, Dodge Blue has finally been recognized as the Champion of The Year. Congratulations to Dodge Blue for being able to “dodge” from the last place in last year’s family day to the first place this year. The prizes were given away by Bro. Shafiq Abu Hassan – SRC constituent for KOS, Sis. Siti Najihah Yahya – Exco for Sports and Recreation Bureau of SCIENCESS, Sis. Nurul Damia – Vice President of SCIENCESS, and Bro. Ahmad Badruddin Othman – President of SCIENCESS delightfully. Congratulations also to students of other houses. Don’t be frustrated, it’s not whether you win or lose, it’s how you play the games. Kudos and praises to all the organizing committees headed by Bro. Abdul Ghafar Abdul Razak for their efforts in making this event a great success. Alhamdulillah, the ultimate gratitude dedicated to Allah, the Creator of the heavens and the earth.

May this event be among the most beautiful memories to all of us. Last but not least, may Allah bless us all, see you in SCIENCESS Family Day 2012. Check out some highlights of the event:









*Credits for Bro. Uzairi for the pictures*

Wednesday, March 16, 2011


Let's cherish our weekend by joining Sciencess Family Day!


There are many games and prizes available 


VANUE : IIUM FIELD


DATE: 19/3/2011


FEE: RM 5


Lunch are provided


All Sciencess's community are kindly invited



Friday, March 11, 2011

Increase your awareness!


INTELLECTUAL DISCOURSE


"GENERAL ELECTION 13: 1 VOTE 1 OBLIGATORY"


DATE : 14 MARCH 2011


TIME : 8.30 PM


VENUE : MAIN AUDITORIUM, KULLIYYAH OF SCIENCE



Increase your awareness! Let's come and get to know why you have to be the voters.


1 vote, 1 obligatory....Our country, our responsibility!

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Jenazah Management Workshop



Assalamualaikum..

Insyallah  there will be Jenazah Management Workshop on 27 February 2011. The details about this programme:- 



Vanue: MAIN AUDI, KOS


Time: 8.00 AM- 1.30 PM


Fee: RM 5


Any enquiries you can contact this numbers: 

FARIS: 0133555196

UMAIRAH: 0172415494


Lets grab this opportunity...




Wednesday, February 23, 2011

New SRC line-up..


New Students' Representative Council (SRC) line-up



Kulliyyah Of Medicine

Sharif Bin Ahmad

Hanis Bt Abd Rani


Kulliyyah of Science

Muhamad Shafiq Bin Abu Hassan

Siti Aminah Bt Muhammad Imran


Kulliyyah of Dentistry

Nurul Hanim Bt Othman

Kamal Ammar Bin Dahlan


Kulliyyah Of Pharmacy

Noor Baiti Solehah Bt Nuawi

Ahmad Mustaqim Bin Ariffin


Kulliyyah of Nursing

Fauzan Bin Mohamed

Nur Zu’aini Bt Mohd Shairul Lim


Kulliyyah of Allied Health Science

Muhammad Luqman Hakim Bin Roomali

Anis Nadia Bt Hussin Shokri



congratulations to the new line-up, and hopefully all the new line-up can carry out all the mandates given.Brothers and sisters, let's show our support to them!



Verily! Allah commands that you should render back the trusts to those, to whom they are due; and that when you judge between men, you judge with justice.Verily, how excellent is the teaching which He (Allah) gives you! Truly, Allah is Ever All-Hearer, All-Seer. O you who believe! Obey Allah and obey the Messenger (Muhammad), and those of you (Muslims) who are in authority. (And) if you differ in anything amongst yourselves, refer it to Allah and His Messenger, if you believe in Allah and in the Last Day. That is better and more suitable for final determination"

. (An-Nisa’:58-59)


Blog SRC : klick HERE