YAYASAN TUN ABDUL HAMID LAW BURSARY AWARDS 2012 CEREMONY
The Yayasan Tun Abdul Hamid Law Bursary Awards 2012 ceremony was held at the Heritage Room of the Royal Selangor Golf Club, Kuala Lumpur on 10th September 2012.
Despite the fact that over the years the Yayasan receives more and more applications for financial assistance from needy students to pursue their Law studies, the Bursary Award Selection Committee is always mindful of the fact that such an award is a privilege given to only the deserving few.
The Bursary Award Selection Committee conducting an interview with recipient Nadiah Khairi
So this year, only three students were conferred a Yayasan Tun Abdul Hamid Law Bursary Award which carries a monetary value of RM 3000.00. The students are Cik Nadiah Khairi binti Khairuddin, a 3rd year Law student at Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia, Mr. Saw Wei Siang, a 2nd year Law student at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and Encik Shamsal Ezani bin Shamsul Bahri, a 3rd year Law student at Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia.
Bursary Award recipients Shamsal Ezani and Saw Wei Siang chat with Friend of the Yayasan, Iskander while waiting for their turn to be interviewed
Chairman of Yayasan Tun Abdul Hamid, Azizuddin bin Abdul Hamid giving his speech
Members of the Yayasan’s Board of Directors being introduced to the parents of the recipients
Shamsal, Nadiah and Wei Siang with their Certificates of Achievement and congratulatory floral bouquets
The recipients and their parents enjoying some light refreshments with the Directors and representatives of Yayasan Tun Abdul Hamid
Award recipient Cik Nadiah Khairi and her parents with the Yayasan’s Board members and representatives
Award recipient Mr. Wei Siang and his parents with the Yayasan’s Board members and representatives
Award recipient Encik Shamsal Ezani and his parents with the Yayasan’s Board members and representatives
Congratulations Nadiah, Wei Siang and Shamsal Ezani! We hope each of you will find the RM 3000.00 gift to you from Yayasan Tun Abdul Hamid to go some way towards easing the financial burden of your parents in ensuring you complete your education. May you then go on to become useful and responsible citizens in society.