Sunday, December 5, 2010

Kenali S-Dev

Get-to-know 'Student Development Division (S-Dev)'



Student Development Division(S-Dev) was established on 22nd August, 2003 after the endorsement in the Executive Management Meeting by the Office of the Rector.

Main function of S-Dev

To plan and run soft skills programmes that help towards producing graduates with holistic personalities.

This Division is divided into six sub units :

1. Co-Curricular Activity Centre (CCAC)
2. Speech and Interpersonal Communication
Enhancement Department (SPICE)
3. Non-Credit Co-Curricular Activity Centre (NCCAC)
i. Training & Records
ii. Cultural and Arts Unit
iii. Uniform Bodies Unit
iv. Community Services Unit
4. Leadership and Entrepreneurship Unit
5. One Stop Unit
6. Management Services Unit


To be a leading agency in managing cocurricular activity and developing soft skill and curricular personalities.


We at s-dev are committed to render our best services in managing student’s cocurricular
activity through our well trained personnel and systems.


“ We Facilitate You Participate”

The Student Development Division (S-Dev.) ACTS systematically to integrate the IIUM vision and mission into students PERSONALITY and DEVELOP their talents and potential through teaching, training , servicing, consultation and practical skills enrichment programmes.

The Quality Policy of S-Dev. is:

The Management and all staff of the Division are committed to implement a quality management system based on the ISO 9001:2000 requirements to enhance customer satisfaction and continual improvement.

The University Senate in its Meeting No. 256 held on 25 May 2001 approved the establishment of the Centre which was subsequently formally established in July 2001. In general the implementation of this programme would enable the University to produce graduates who are better able to face the challenges posed by new millennium with the emergence of the borderless world; graduates who are continually interacting with their environment, who are perpetually striving for excellence, in pursuit of the true meaning of ihsan.

The main objective of the centre are:

• Cultivating specific identifiable skills that suit the needs and demands of CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITY CENTRE the student.
• Offering courses that are beneficial for the development of student’s personality.
• Giving credit hours for the students’ co-curricular activities.
• Providing a platform (training ground) for the students to continuously develop their leadership skills and talents.
• Equipping students with the basic training skills that are required for every individual Muslim i.e. the integration between Iman, Ilm and Amal.

The NCCAC was established to provide platforms for students of diverse interests to express their talents, creativity and skills in various extra-curricular activities through clubs and societies.
Students’ participation in NCCAC is voluntary in nature and they do not gain any academic credited. However, the students will receive certain points which will be recorded in the Co-curricular Transcript depending on the level of their participation.


1) To supervise, monitor and facilitate students clubs and societies.
2) To provide guidelines for students in organizing programmes.
3) To monitor budget allocations for students activities.
4) To coordinates students’ extra-curricular activities.
5) To provide training for students.

Student Activities

1) Department-based
2) Club-based
3) Invitational

Process of approval of student activities proposal

1) Write proposal paper
2) Get recommendation from the advisor
3) Discuss and get recommendation from the officer-in-charge
4) Get recommendation/approval from the Head of NCCAC
5) Get recommendation/approval from Director of S-DEV
6) Get approval from the Rector and Executive Director of Finance Division
7) Get approval from MOHE

Approving Authorities

1) MOHE – community service, school-based activities, requires outside sponsorship
2) Ministry of Foreign Affairs - overseas programmes
3) Rector and Executive Director of Finance – progarmmes with budget RM10K and above
4) Directors of Divisions – programmes with budget between RM5,000 – RM 10,000
5) Deputy Directors of Divisions/Principals of mahallat/ Deputy Deans (SA) – Programmes with budget RM5,000 and below

What do the students get?

1) Operational budget assistance
2) Consultation/advice
3) Facilities
4) Co-curricular Activity Cumulative Points (CACP)

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