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Why Did Global Food Prices Rise?

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KERTAS KERJA
MALAM SANTAI BUDAYA
KOLEJ MELATI
2013

TARIKH: 19-21 OKTOBER 2013
TEMPAT: DEWAN SRI BUDIMAN
MASA: 8.00 MALAM – 11.00 MALAM

Anjuran:
BIRO KESENIAN DAN KEBUDAYAAN
JAWATANKUASA PERWAKILAN KOLEJ MELATI
SESI 2012/2013

Contents

Contents 1

1.0 TUJUAN 2

2.0 PENGENALAN 2

3.0 OBJEKTIF 2

4.0 KUMPULAN SASARAN 2

5.0 TARIKH/ TEMPAT/ MASA 2

6.0 KAEDAH PERLAKSANAAN 3

7.0 JAWATANKUASA PELAKSANAAN 3

8.0 IMPLIKASI KEWANGAN 3

9.0 PENUTUP 3

10.1 LAMPIRAN A: TENTATIF PROGRAM 4

10.2 LAMPIRAN B : STRUKTUR ORGANISASI 5

10.3 LAMPIRAN C : IMPLIKASI KEWANGAN 7

10.4 LAMPIRAN D : SYARAT-SYARAT ...view middle of the document...

4.0 KUMPULAN SASARAN

Kami mensasarkan penyertaan daripada para pelajar UiTM di seluruh Malaysia.

5.0 TARIKH/ TEMPAT/ MASA

Tarikh : 19-21 Oktober 2013
Masa : 8.30 malam hingga 11.00 malam
Tempat : Dewan Sri Budiman, UiTM Shah Alam

6.0 KAEDAH PERLAKSANAAN

5. Makluman dan poster akan dihantar kepada UiTM kampus 4 bulan sebelum tarikh pertandingan.

6. Setiap kampus perlu menghantar satu kumpulan tarian tradisional untuk dipertandingkan.

7. Setiap kumpulan yang bertanding wajib mengikut syarat-syarat pertandingan pihak penganjur. Rujuk lampiran D untuk syarat penyertaan.

Sila lihat lampiran A untuk Tentatif Program.

7.0 JAWATANKUASA PELAKSANAAN

Sila lihat lampiran B

8.0 IMPLIKASI KEWANGAN

Sila lihat lampiran C

9.0 PENUTUP

Diharap pihak pentadbiran Kolej Melati dapat mempertimbangkan dan meluluskan kertas cadangan untuk program Malam Santai Budaya Kolej Melati 2013 ini. Program ini akan mendapat sambutan yang menggalakkan daripada semua warga Kolej Melati. Di samping itu juga diharap pertandingan ini akan mencapai sasaran, misi dan objektifnya iaitu yang utama adalah memupuk semangat antara pelajar. Setinggi penghargaan diucapkan kepada pihak pentadbiran Kolej Melati UiTM Shah Alam

Disediakan oleh, Disokong oleh,

..................................................... .................................................

Nur Atiqah binti Jaafar Pn. Nurul Suhana bt Mohd Noor

Pengarah Program Penasihat

Malam Santai Budaya Malam Santai Budaya

Kolej Melati Kolej Melati

Sesi 2013 Sesi 201310.0 LAMPIRAN

10.1 LAMPIRAN A: TENTATIF PROGRAM

MALAM SASTERA BUDAYA 2013

19-20 Oktober 2013 (Saringan)
|MASA |PERKARA |TEMPAT |
|7.45 malam | Ketibaan para pelajar | |
| | |Dewan Sri Budiman |
|8.00 malam |Pertandingan saringan dimulakan | |
|11.00 malam |Jamuan makan dan bersurai | |

21 Oktober 2013 (Akhir)

|MASA |PERKARA |TEMPAT |
|8.00 malam |Pendaftaran peserta dan pelajar | |
| | | |
| | ...

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