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Thursday, September 12, 2013

Blood Drive Donation

On the last 6th of July 2013, the English Debate Club had a programme involving ANSARA. It was the Blood Drive Donation which was held at the glorious Underwater World, Chenang, Langkawi. All twelve Fourth Formers who are also the members of the club managed to be the volunteers for the Blood Drive Donation. The programme was under the supervision of the Club Advisor, Madam Azizah Jamil.

In the morning of the miraculous Saturday, all the 12 members gathered together at the college's foyer before departing to UWW by the college's van. The journey which took almost 40 minutes to Chenang was filled with our laughter and joy. The van was quaked with the songs which they karaoke-ed together. Yes, the van could not fit us all so some of the members went there by Madam Zee's car.

When we arrived, we registered and were asked to wear a sticker indicating that we were the volunteers at the drive. Then, we started our work, making some posters that could attract people's attention to donate blood. Although we were short of stationery to make the posters, but still we managed to finish 3 beautiful and attractive posters. We pasted the posters at some places all around UWW. Then, we helped some of the hospital workers to arrange the beds, chairs and some medical supplies at the room provided. What shocked us that day was UWW was also having a programme. It was the celebration of Penguin's 7th Birthday! So, a lot of kids came along to have fun with the activities they arranged.

We asked the people around the UWW if they wanted to donate some blood to save some lives. Actually, the people who wanted to donate their blood would get a free pass to have a tour inside the UWW. We managed to get some people to do the charity after hours of being the volunteers. Then, we had our breakfast and we continued our deeds. Oh, not to forget, WE GOT OUR FREE PASSES!  

That is all. Until we meet again with more events. Till then, adios amigos!

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Challenges for THEM

It's quite tough and this is really challenging for the Third Formers as they fought so hard for their Pre-Trial PMR Examination to achieve their best target. The Pre-Trial PMR Examination is the early preparation for Form 3 students for the upcoming Trial PMR Examination.

The First, Second and the Fourth Formers struggled for their exams too! This time - it's  Standardised Test 3 2013. This test was so hard and the bloggers were not even sure of the answers. Fuhh! Anyway, we think that the students really struggled so hard to score in  this test and they really did. Congratulations to all of the students who did score in this test. Keep up your good work and stay on top! To the unfortunate ones, don't ever think that all of you are born to be a loser. Working hard is the ladder of success.

For this entry, we are going to write about the challenges that the Third and Fifth Formers will face which are the two major examinations, PMR and SPM. Well, before Raya break, these students struggled really hard and tried  their best to achieve their targets for both PreTrial examinations.

Let's start with the PMR students. A week before the exam, they looked so stressful with the books and notes. Alhamdulillah, they managed to overcome the stress.

Well the Fifth Formers or also known as Salvation  II, tried their best too! They tried really hard to impress the teachers here with their result and they really want to beat B-13, the previous batch which succeeded to achieve the highest College GPA!

This week, the Third Formers will be going to struggle and fight very hard for  Trial PMR. Although they look so nervous, we - the Maresmawians are going to pray for them. May Allah S.W.T bless their effort and help them in this big challenge! In Shaa Allah!

By the way, it is not too late for us to wish Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri!

Assalamu'alaikum and enjoy your Raya!

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Blessing Moment :')

'Turn over a new leaf'. That is the best phrase to describe Form 3 students. They need to change and they have to change! Completely!

Above - Form 3 students

Being in the bottom rank does not portray the real Maresmawians. Therefore, the Form 3 students decided to have a meeting with the entire administrative and academic staff of MRSM Langkawi to seek for their blessing. 

Above - Encik Rasdi bin Muda, Vice Principal of Students' Affairs

They were very upset with the recent Trial PMR Result and the meeting held could be a motivation for the students to perform much much better in the upcoming PMR. 

PMR is not an easy challenge for these guys. Since it is the last PMR ever in Malaysia, the examination could be tough or could be easy. Trial PMR is a platform for the students to test their readiness for the real PMR. If the result of Trial PMR is not that excellent, it means that they still need a lot of preparation to be made.


Cheer up guys! We will always be with you until the day you take the examination. If we could be in the hall with you answering the examination, no doubt, we would be there. Yet, we have to let you stand on your own feet to fight for your success.

"PMR is not everything. PMR is just the beginning."

Sincerely from the Editor A.K.A Captain of the Blogger Team.

In Shaa Allah, everything is going to be okay.


PMR 2013

100% 8A's

Above - Focusing on Encik Mohd Yusof b. Muda.
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Monday, September 9, 2013

Leadership Camp 2013

Leaders. Who are they? Recently , MARA Junior Science College of Langkawi's students had their votes for the candidates of Student Representative Council and as a result, there were 22 students who have successfully chosen into the Student Representative Council .

But we're not going to talk about them, but we're going to talk about all the members of the Student Leadership Body. GET READY!

For your information , there are 7 bodies in college leadership:

1 ) Students Representative Body
2 ) Board of Student Discipline
3 ) Peer Guidance
4 ) Monitor the Education Resource Centre
5 ) Member of the Board of Cooperative
6 ) Editorial Board
7) The President and Deputy President of the Class , Home Room and Batch

Recently , the college had held a leadership camp for Student Leadership Body for session 13/14 . The camp was held at Camp State under the management of the Prime Minister in Langkawi . A total of 122 students who had successfully selected to participate in the camp was out of the best . The camp coordinator was Mr. Shahid.

 These people eventually stayed at the camp for 3 days and 2 nights . Lots of challengers had been prepared for the leaders as they stepped into the camp site. A short brief was given by Mr Nordin, who acted as one of the staff at the camp. Mr. Stanley who was also the chief commander of the Leadership Camp gave a meaningful speech that was very enthusiastic . At night , a game that was better known as "Mak Jemah" meetings were conducted by Mr. Shahid . A few minutes after the game, Mr Yusuf had his session successfully by delivering a lecture "Becoming Community of Leaders" to the participants.

   The second day , all of the participants were listening to a few lectures that were delivered by Mr. Faizal , followed by Mrs. Hariani .

   After Friday prayers , participants did an activity that known as Explorace . This activity also endurance participants' mentally, physically and spiritually.

At eleven o'clock (night) , a challenging activity was waiting for the leaders of the new generations . They were brought into a deep and wet forest . Not to worry!! Night Jungle Trekking was conducted by a few of trained instructors of the camp. According to the comments of the students , Night Jungle Trekking or better known as Night Walk was the most challenging activity ever and it was the best moment during their stay in the camp . Although they were showered with rain that night.

Later on the next day, which we preferred to call it as 'The Last Day' the participants were busy presenting their Annual Strategic Planning for each body that they were represented in.

After the conclusion of the presentation session , the Closing continued with launching ceremony that were officially launched by the Principal of MARA Junior Science College of Langkawi, Tuan Haji Shabani bin Ahmad .

Closing ceremony ended and the students were asked to pack up their things .Lunch were also provided for them as they were leaving the camp in the afternoon.
Positive comments filled the college compounds as they arrived at the college. Those comments were made ​​by themselves. PROUDLY.

   We do hope that the camp will be run exactly like this. Someday.

    Hopefully the students can improve their quality as the next leaders in the future and this is what we wanted to prove to the World as a leader.
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Sunday, September 8, 2013

Activity Week

The most seeking week had finally arrived. Almost everyday we were served with arrays of activities that were filled with passion, funkiness and joyfulness. No one would actually expected anything less from 2nd Semester activity's week.

Let's us check out what was happening around MJSC Langkawi for almost 7 days been encountered by these madness week.

Well of course, as we finished with Ramadhan already, our back-to school moments were filled with 'EIDULFITRI' mood. Thus, our college had decided to have a Raya Celebration for the students, teachers and all of the hard working staffs. It was an epic moment actually. Hot news or teenagers always say, FYI, the DJs for that celebration were our own blogger!!

It was lead by Seth Rafaee and Anwar Azham.

The two 'Joyah' talkers were successfully to fill the Green Square a.k.a. Knowledge Square with laughter and smiles. Oppsss.... not to forget about our lovely junior which indulged the Green Square with her beautiful voice. Thanks to Farah Najihah from 306 Actinium.

Next, big thing that occurred in the college was " THE ELECTION DAY SRC 13/14"

perhaps the scariest day for the candidates of Student Representative Council.

Maresmawians had prepared their own choices of their favorite 15 candidates to be voted.

these 40 candidates were really busy with promoting themselves toward the public.

As we know MJSC Pengkalan Chepa, Taiping and Tun Ghafar Baba had chosen their President of SRC then who will be our Mister President? We are still wondering tho.

Lasty Monday, we were served with 'Korban Kekah' thingy that led by the college. There were two cows provided for the 'korban'. Students of MJSC Langkawi got a few chances to see how does 'korban' done. well of course most of the part were filled with bloody scene, few sophomores pitied the cows, but nevermind later on they tummy will be filled with these cows' meats too.

Then, form 1, form 2 and forth formers were assigned with community works. Like it was stated, community works which we have to give out pile of energy for it. we were assigned with different type of community works according to their forms. First Formers were entrusted to clean up the Surau Raudhatul Muttaqim. Second formers were selected to clear things up around the college compounds. And Lucky for Form 4, they got the chance to explore to outside world through community work which was held in Keda, Desa Tok Wang Rendang.

They were divided into two groups according to their genders. Girls were assigned to washed up the mosque in Keda while the gents walked further to the cemetery. It was a tiring day for everyone actually. But the community works were successfully filled with happiness.

Only these much activities to be shared with you guys, but surely MJSC Langakawi had their awesome moment during the activity week.

Till we see next time :)

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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Students' Respresentative Council

Assalamualaikum and a very good evening!

If every government school has their own prefects, well, MJSC also has their own! They are called Student Disciplinary Board and also Student Representative Council! Basically, both of the teams are given a huge task to guard all the students of MJSC. The forms for those who wanted to be a part of SRC family had been out! So, all the students were very eager to take the forms, fill them out, prepare for some interviews and become SRC! Well, having a burden on your shoulder can be something unpleasant especially when you are busy with activities. So, in order to achieve the best term of being SRC, you must be good in dividing your time and work! Good luck everyone!

So, the teachers had actually done their job, choosing the selected person to go to the second stage of being SRC after the horrendous interview with the teachers. Among all the students who had applicate for the position, on the last SUNDAY, a list of names of those who had been chosen has been pasted and everyone in the school is now aware of those people. Th interview which was held on the past 27th June was filled with nervous feeling. Everyone who sent their application form for SRC was worried about the interview as it was their first stage on becoming something big in the college.

Now, the chosen 42 people is now busy preparing their manifestos to win the hearts of the students of MJSC LANGKAWI. They are also busy planning for their campaigns, taking photos for their posters and lots more. Plus, each of the chosen ones is also given some tasks which they must complete in order to fulfill the requirements on becoming half of the SRC! Let us pray for them!

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Ihya' Ramadan

Chapter 2, Revelation 185 of the Quran states:
The month of RAMADAN is that in which was revealed in the Quran; a guidance for mankind, and clear proofs of the guidance, and the criterion (of right and of wrong). And whosoever of you are present, let him fast in the month, and whosoever of you are sick or in a journey, a number of other days. Allah desires for your ease; He desires not hardship for you; and with that you should complete the period, and with that you should magnify Allah for guiding you, and with that perhaps you may be thankful. [Quran 2:185]
Ramadan is the month in which Muslims all around the world will be fasting. As we all know, this blessed-month is just around the corner and our college will take the golden opportunity to launch a programme called Ihya' Ramadan. This program was launched on Sunday (July 7 2013) by Ustaz Mazlan bin Hashim, Deputy Director of the MARA Education (Curriculum), Islamic Educational Unit and Arabic.
Ustaz Mazlan was very enthusiastic when delivering his speech. He shared about religious duties that can be done within the month of fasting, Ramadan. After his long and informative speech, guests, teachers and the students were presented with a montage provided by REDAX 12/13 then followed by a nasyeed performance and it was successful!
During the month of Ramadan and in conjunction with the programmes, various activities will be held. For examples:

1. Tarrawih prayer is the activity that will be held only in Ramadan. Tarrawih prayer will be performed as soon as  Isya' prayer ended. Tarrawih prayer teaches Muslims to be persistent in their spiritual practices.

2. Tadarus Al-Quran. Tadarus will be done in the afternoon. Usually, students will go out for some recreational activities but, in this month, Muslims are encouraged to do extra good deeds. Students will be at Surau Raudhatul Muttaqim to recite Al-Quran.

3. Qiamulail. It is the most challenging activity. The students have to wake up early in the morning and they will do various of religious activities such as reciting Al-Quran, Tahajjud prayer and listening to Tazkirah.

Lastly, we're hoping that all of the students, teachers and staffs will succeed in building up the inner self in the month of Ramadan. Remember, try your best in finding Lailatul-Qadr! :')

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Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Nadwah Islamiah MRSM Se-Malaysia 2013


Lately, a few of our students had represented our college to Nadwah Islamiah MRSM Se-Malaysia 2013 at Mara Junior Science College Kubang Pasu. Twelve Participants were involved and most of them are fluent in Arabic. 

27 June 2013, the day when all of the participants were waiting for the out most moment, the short journey to MJSC Kubang Pasu! Traveling through the open sea wasn't that easy. But with Allah's will, we managed to arrive at the mainland within an hour. Langkawi school bus was already there, perhaps waiting for us for a couple of hours. The journey wouldn't have started if Ahmad Murad did not recite prayer to Allah for the safety of our trip.

Long-distance tour had finally brought us to MJSC Kubang Pasu, where we were amazed with their COOL and AWESOME College! We were greeted nicely by the helpers of KuPa's Crews. Thanks to them, we had our registration done successfully without failing a second. "Time Is Gold" as the famous saying goes.

Our contingent was actually working out with MJSC Kuantan which is also a 'Bitara' college. So The Nadwah Islamiah MRSM Se-Malaysia began at night.

This year's 9th Nadwah was different from the previous 8 nadwahs, because this time there were no competitions like we used to have before. They had it in a form of camping. 

Morning wasn't that pleasant for the participants, because waking up early is not an easy task! Qiamulail was a compulsory activity. We had to be to at Surau MJSC Kubang Pasu for Qiamulail and it was tough to wake up at wee-wee hours because it was cold.. Then, we listened to a short reminder, commonly known as tazkirah in our religion. It was presented by Ustaz from different MJSCs and some motivators crossed over from Kuala Lumpur.

The next night was the most favourite moment for us. It was a surprise when Hafiz Hamidun showed up on stage and sang us a few lines of his own songs with his soothing voice. The excitement engulfed the girls' hearts. In the next night, Simfoni, a trainee group of U.N.I.C performed two songs for us. The harmony of their voices made most of us fall in love with them. They were adored by the delegates from 46 MJSCs. After the performance from Simfoni, we were not expecting the hall would be filled with screams and excited faces, when the real U.N.I.C entered the hall singing a melodious song from their latest album. We really enjoyed the performance. Some of them wanted to be on the stage with U.N.I.C's members! A great night to be remembered!!!.

Gathering in the Great Hall of MJSC Kubang Pasu, most of us realised that it had reached the end of the camp. Our faces were shining brighter than ever. We wore colourful shirts representing our colleges all over Malaysia. The closing ceremony started with a forum by Imam Muda Ustaz Azhar. We gained lot of knowledge from the session.

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Form 4 Drama Fest: Gulp And Gasp

How the Form 4's life in MJSC LANGKAWI would be without drama entitled Gulp and Gasp? Every year, it is a tradition for MJSC LANGKAWI to organise a little drama fest for the fourth formers in order to enhance their creativity, public speaking and also English comprehension! Plus, the drama Gulp and Gasp is also included in English literature component so it would be so important for us, fourth formers to thoroughly understand the storyline and the characters. Thus, in order to be in that state, a drama based on the whole real story is organised!


Gulp and Gasp basically tells us a story about a blind girl who was so poor and how she lived with just by selling flowers at the railway station. Then, the villain named Lord Septic with his right hand man, Crouch whom he always bullied, came to the station. Crouch was his manservant who always failed in doing his work. Lord Septic was a man with a great enthusiasm for wealth and glory. When both of them saw Rose, the blind girl, they bullied her. That was the point where the protagonist came and aided her. The hero was Percy. He was actually an orphan and was left alone at the railway station all by himself since he was a little baby. All he knew was that he had a key with the words NSL engraved on it. The climax came when Rose was tied on the railway line and when the train almost hit her, Percy came to the rescue and was her saviour. Percy later knew  about his background. The story ends with Percy tying both Lord Septic and Crouch and he proposed Rose. They got married and lived happily ever after. Aww, what a sweet cliche ending!

The preparation started with the teachers who divided the storyline into six classes. From 401 until 406. All the classes were given a week to prepare and buy things for their parts for the drama. All of the students took this drama very seriously as this was the first time that they would work together as a large organisation for this year. Some of us made videos, bought dresses and make-ups just for the drama. From my point of view, I could see the spirit of friendship and teamwork blossoming in the air.

The day arrived! It was the delightful Tuesday evening when class 401 and 402 performed their drama. They were very strong and creative. Adding this and that to make their drama more scintillating. Later on the night time, 403,404,405 and 406 performed their dramas. The crowd cheered triumphantly after each of the performance. The night was awesome with the noises, musics and the yells!

It was indeed a memory which we would never erase from our mind. The moment where we exposed the acting side of us and the creative side of us. We still do not know about the winner but if anything happens, we know that we have already worked together and we are very satisfied with what we have done on the stage :)

402's commercial break during the Drama :)

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Monday, July 1, 2013

Minggu Bahasa, Kuiz Bahasa & Sastera dan Debat MRSM Se-Malaysia 2013

12th June 2013

The day where all of the students were engulfed with the euphoric feeling mixed with the excitement of meeting their old friends again, turned out to be the most surprising day ever, when some of them figured out that they had been chosen to represent our college for 'Minggu Bahasa, Kuiz Bahasa & Sastera dan Debat MRSM Se-Malaysia 2013'. Many thanks to Madam Azizah, because she managed to select the best among us to represent the college. The competition was held at MJSC Tun Abdul Razak (TAR) Pekan, Pahang. Our team - MJSC Langkawi focused a lot in 'Bahas Ala Parlimen Bahasa Melayu' and English Parliamentary Debate more than any other  competitions. They practiced for only two days and they were ready to jockey for the positions with their hearts. With the support from their friends and teachers, they were just ready for it. MJSC Langkawi sent representatives both for Malay and English debates and poem recitation.

The participants were :-

    English Parliamentary Debate : - 
  1.  Syameem bt Amerudin
  2. Amelia Edreena bt Azmir
  3. Wan Nur Diana bt Rashidan
  4. Nur Sufia Syafiqah bt Zulkifli Fitri
    'Bahas Ala Parlimen Bahasa Melayu' :-
  1.  Amirul Iqmal b Razlan
  2. Tun Muhammad Seth b Tun Rafaee
  3. Muhammad Danial Haikal b Zamzuri
  4. Muhammad Haris b Huda
    'Poem' :- 
  1. Muhammad Hafiq b Mat Nayan

They started their journey at 6:40 a.m - June 12th, 2013. As they arrived at Kuala Perlis, the team from MJSC Beseri picked them up and they went straight to MJSC Kubang Pasu. After they arrived, both of the teams from MJSC Langkawi and MJSC Beseri were transferred to another bus which was MJSC Kubang Pasu's bus. Then, they went straight to MJSC Tun Abdul Razak Pekan, Pahang. Eventually, the three teams, MJSC Langkawi, MJSC Kubang Pasu and MJSC Beseri arrived Pekan at 11:45 p.m . As they arrived, they registered and went to their rooms to unpack their things. The MJSC Langkawi's team started their practice for 'Bahas' and Debate right after they unpacked their things, until 2 to 3:00 a.m.

The next day was hectic. All of the participants started were busy practicing and doing last minute.  practice. Langkawi's representatives were not excluded. Bahas Ala Parlimen Bahasa Melayu took place on the same day so all the respective participants were anxious about the competition. The result was great. Through all 6 rounds, we won three and lose another three. The three winnings were against Tumpat, Pendang and Merbok. However, the other three losings made Langkawi to be excluded from competing in the final round. Well, the lucky MJSCs who were qualified to the final round were Pontian, and Pengkalan Hulu. Guess who was the winner for BAHAS? Yup! it was PENGKALAN HULU! congratulations to them for being the grand winner!

Let's move on to debate! Langkawi sent 4 talented and well-prepared debaters which are very good in speaking and rebutting points to represent the college in Language Week this time. However, the luck was not on our side. The final round was between Kuching and Pengkalan Chepa. Both of the teams were great in debating. It was hard for the judges to determine the winner for that particular round. However, they unanimously selected Kuching as the winner, and loud round of applause was heard in the hall at MJSC TAR. Lets not be sad for our lost! there is always a room for improvement before reaching perfection!

The third competition was Poem recitation. MJSC Langkawi sent a male representative named Muhammad Hafiq bin Mat Nayan who is very good in reciting poems. On that fateful night, mellow voices from the participants was dancing into the ears of the audiences. To be frank, all of the participants were very talented in poem recital, nevertheless, every competition would have a winner. Those who lost should not give up but take this opportunity to do better in the near future. MJSC Langkawi secured the third place in Poem recital and the grand winner was Grik.

On Sunday, we bid farewell to MJSC TAR. The memories will always be remembered in our minds and carved in our souls. We left MJSC TAR as soon as the closing ceremony ended which was at 3 pm. We went back by Kubang Pasu's bus, and we shared it with the participants from Beseri and Kubang Pasu. We arrived Jetty Kuala Perlis at 4.30 am and took the  7.00 am tickets. By the time we arrived at MJSC Langkawi, we were worn out so, we headed back to the hostel to get some rest.

As a conclusion, winning or losing does not even matter. What matters the most is what you have learned from the experience. Let's hope that Language Week for next year would be more awesome and enjoyable. And also let us hope that MJSC Langkawi would do better in the future! Let's aim to win next year! IN SHAA ALLAH :)
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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Semester 1 Break!

Assalamualaikum and Holla, everyone :)

First thing first : How was your Semester Examination? Was it hard enough? Tough? Or some of you guys might say: as EASY as ABC? Yes, being a student is so hard but that is reality. It would be incomplete if we never hold the title of being a student. Some might not really agree if I say student's life is THE BEST MOMENT EVER. It is indeed true! You can question anybody about the phrase of being a student. I bet they really desire to get back to that period.


Well, after days and weeks struggling for the examination, I believe all of you must be exhausted!. Your brains must have absorbed too many information that they begin to be overload. Yeah, we are bored of too much looking, reading, memorising and writing, right? So now it is the time to get  plenty of rest and enjoy your holiday!

Semester break will take about 16 days more or less and of course it would be happening! However!! don't leave your book unopened throughout your holiday!You have your holiday assignments too to be completed! If you rest too much, I am very sure that your brains would be 'rusty' and jammed. LOL.

Thus, teachers give us tonnes of homeworks and assignments which have to be done during holidays. It is a kind of challenge for you to complete them and please ensure that those tasks are accomplished properly before the assigned date.

Last but not least, have a good time and enjoy your hols to the last bit !

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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Teachers and Staffs' Celebration In MJSC Langkawi *Part II*

There were many activities carried out which include Football, Netball, Badminton, Explorace, and homeroom activities - "Corak Coret" for Form 4, Bowling Bottle, Spicy Hot Dog and others. 

Football event was held at the college field. Student's team won first place, while Teacher's held second with a 5-3 record marks. Student's team was led by Ady Syafiq, a Fifth Former and the teacher's team was led by Ustaz Azraei. 

Teams that won first place in netball was, The Teacher's Team led by Mdm Ainaa

Turning to events in the hall, badminton doubles event. Badminton tournmament women category was won by Ustazah Sitti Farhan and Nur Farhanah Arshad. Although Ustazah Farhan seemed to be very gentle, but she was proven to be very good in sports. 

For men, the team Ustaz Wan Azizul and Wan Ashraf won first place. 

Explorace activities were carried out by representatives of the Students' Leadership. Ahmad Fadli represented the Students Representative Council, while Dzul Hakim ​​represented the Students Disciplinary Board. Cooperative Board was represented by Adam Alani. Peer Counsellor was represented by Khairuddin. Abdul Muhaimin was the representative for Learning Resource Center. As for the third Former students, they were involved in the Explorace activities.

'Corak-Coret with Form 4', was one of the homeroom activities. There were two categories for this activity which were Homeroom Portrait and Greeting Cards. The purpose of this activity was to bridge the relationship between the teachers and the Form 4 students. This activity was planned by Teacher Balkiah. Homeroom Al-Khawarizmi 13 was awarded the first place for Portrait category while Homeroom Arabi has secured the 1st place for Greeting Cards contest.

For Bottle Bowling event, Madam Marliana defeated other participants.

Spicy Hot Dogs event was an event which participants had to eat extremely spicy sausages. However, Muhammad ​​Hasif Aiman was the champion while his best buddy, Muhammad Izzat came next.

Entering the hall.

Master and Mistress of Ceremony :D

Closing and Award Giving ceremony for Staff-Teachers' Day was held at 11.30 am at the House of Al-Biruni. Several awards were given to teachers based on students' votes. The awards were: -

The Most Stylish Teacher: - Miss Nadila

The Most Sporting Teacher: - Mr. Ridhuan

The Most Visionary Teacher: - Mr. Faizal

The Most ProActive Teacher: - Teacher Fazliana
The Most Pious Teacher: - Ustaz Rezmi

The Most Sweetest Couple: - Ustaz Wan and Madam Farahiyah
The Most Kind-Hearted Teacher: - Ustazah Sitti Farhan

And ...
Ustaz Rasdi B Muda as the winner for the Most Strict Teacher!

The Drama Team.

The Zapin Team :)

After the award show, there were several presentations performed ​​by the students of every form. However, the most interesting part was a sketch presentation  by cool new teachers. The sketch was an absolute surprise for students because that was the first time ever for teachers to perform during Teacher's Day!

One of the most saddening moments was when our former Arts Teacher, Mr. Ahmad Firdawos bin Md Salleh, posted us a video expressing his gratitude to all teachers of MJSC LANGKAWI and he wished all the teachers and students would be always in a great health and could succeed in their lives. Some of us burst into tears when listening to his dramatic speech. He is now currently in MJSC PONTIAN, serving there. Yet, where ever he is, his face and features will always be mended in our mind and heart.

Moving on to next performance by our dedicated male educators. Ustaz Wan, Ustaz Azraei, Mr. Zafri, Mr Zul and Mr. Stanley teamed up for an acoustic show which was awesome. They sang a very meaningful song entitled 1, 2, 3, 4 originally sung by Aris Ariwatan.

Overall, Teachers and Staff Day this year is one of  the greatest events in the history of MJSC Langkawi . Congratulations to all those who have involved directly or indirectly. Hopefully this success will continue in the future. Lastly, let us thank our teachers for their countless sacrifice and deeds which they have given us. THANK YOU TEACHERS!

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Monday, May 20, 2013

Teachers and Staffs' Celebration In MJSC Langkawi *Part I*

A happy motorcyclist, cheating during Walkathon, with a happy smile. -PAK ZAFF-

Assalamualaikum and good evening !
 What is the date today ? 
It's 20th , right? 
What's the date of Teacher's Day? 
IT'S 16th OF MAY ! 
In conjunction with the Teacher's Day celebration, MRSM Langkawi had held a merriful event to celebrate all the teachers and staff of the college starting from early in the morning till the midst of the scorching evening, we had SO MUCH FUN ! During the morning, all the students and teachers gathered at the field to have a morning exercise. It was handled by the Students Representative Council team and some of the selected students. Roll your eyes in this pic!
After the morning exercise  there was a special event conducted for the teachers which was Walkathon. Teachers had to walk around the college, which is about 1 kilometre. The students celebrated the teachers in front of the Al-Biruni Grand Hall. There were some students who held banners representing each batch. The most beautiful and striking banner was created by ClassIXteen (Form 3). The most sporting teacher was Ustaz Rasdi B Muda, the Deputy Principal of Student Affairs. Ustaz Rasdi is a very caring and firm teacher. However, all of the students in this college admired and loved him very much.
We are ready!

Follow our leader -The SRC team.

From left : Ustaz Shahrulnizam, Ustaz Wan, Sir Helmi and Sir Junaidi

Here comes our hero, Ustaz Rasdi! Alongside his sidekick - Sir Zul.

These are the new teachers - Happy with the Walkathon. Yeah, look at Teacher Faz's face!

Salvation II's 

Striking banner - ClassIXteen.

This is just the introduction. Wait for more. We have to face the final exam for SEM 1!
Study, study, study!
Don't forget to smile!


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