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News and Photos: Ak. Syi'aruddin Pg. Dauddin
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Wednesday, May 2. - The First Brunei Darussalam Post-Graduate Civic Villages Programme for the Year 2018 continued in the evening with a presentation titled 'Structure of the Country Administration of Brunei Darussalam' at the Multipurpose Room 2, Sungai Kebun Sports Complex Hall.
A total of 20 participants attended the briefing presented by the Head of Nationhood Unit, Division of Nationhood and Community, Dayang Hajah Hamsah binti Dato Kerna Haji Jaya.
When interviewed by Pelita Brunei, Awang Muhd. Azizul Jabbir bin Du'a, a graduate from the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, explained that through his briefing he and his friends have now learned more about the structures of the Brunei Darussalam Administration System from the past until now.
"Alhamdulillah, this is my first step before entering the realm of work, whether in the government or private sector," he added.
The Civic Village Program is a project implemented through departmental work strategies, namely 'Face-to-Face Communication' in line with the department's vision, as one of the government's leading agencies in delivering and distributing government official information.
In addition, it is also one of the platforms to equip participants to be competitive, to meet challenges and to seize job opportunities.
The program has been in operation since 1976, not only focusing on overseas Postgraduate, but is now being levied to undeveloped local graduate or interested in becoming an entrepreneur.
Participants camped for six days and five nights at the Sungai Kebun Sports Complex Hall and have the opportunity to attend various forms of village sessions including briefings and dialogue sessions, group brainstorming sessions, teamwork activities, sports and leisure, religious activities, visits and cleaning campaigns.