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By : Wan Mohamad Sahran Wan Ahmadi / Photo : Dk. Nur Hafilah Pg. Osman
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Sunday, 14 May
- The Civic Village Programme as a platform to equip participants to be
competitive, able to face all challenges and is also able to seize the
opportunity offered by the government.
of the programme are the succeeding generation of the government
administrative mechanism to realise the Brunei Vision 2035.
Director of the Department of Information, Awang Mawardi bin Haji
Mohammad stressed the importance for each participant to strengthen
their Bruneian identity and to infuse their spirit nation hood base on
the Malay Islamic Monarchy philosophy.
graduates who has the intelligence and attitude or mindset and mentality
'that want to move forward, then you are amongst the fortunate to be
able to enrich yourselves with knowledge and experience.
the opportunities and gain the knowledge as much as possible through the
programme. Knowledge is not static. Knowledgeable citizens will leads
in any field such as in the development and the economic race," he said
at the launching The Civic Village Programme for the Brunei Darussalam
Postgraduate held at Department of Information.
A total of
45 participants attended the Programme, comprising of 21 male and 24
female graduates of overseas institutions United Kingdom, Australia,
Egypt, Malaysia and local such as Universiti Brunei Darussalam which
ended on 19 May.
camped for six days and five nights at the Sungai Kebun Sports Complex
Hall, and have the opportunity to participate in various forms of
activities including briefing sessions and dialogue sessions,
brainstorming sessions in groups, teamwork activities, sports and
recreation, religious activities and excursions.