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Kertas Kerja
Hari Interaksi Intervarsiti 2011

TARIKH
19 NOVEMBER 2011

TEMPAT
Universiti Teknologi Mara, Kampus Puncak Alam

ANJURAN
Persatuan Pelajar Pemakanan dan Dietetik (NADA), UiTM

DENGAN KERJASAMA
Kelab Pemakanan dan Dietetik, Universiti Putra Malaysia
(UPM)
Jabatan Pemakanan dan Dietetik, Universiti Perubatan Antarabangsa (IMU)
Kelab Progam Pemakanan dan Dietetik, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)
Kelab Pemakanan dan Dietetik, Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia (UIAM)

TEMA
BREAKING BOUNDARIES, FORGING FRIENDSHIPS

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1.0 TUJUAN

Tujuan kertas kerja ini adalah untuk memohon pertimbangan dan kelulusan serta bantuan kewangan daripada Pusat Perkembangan Pelajar untuk mengadakan program Hari Interaksi Intervarsiti Pemakanan dan Dietetik UiTM-UKM-IMU-UPM-UIAM Sesi 2011/2012.

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2.0 PENGENALAN / LATAR BELAKANG

2.1 Kelab Pemakanan dan Dietetik telah ditubuhkan pada asalnya dengan matlamat dapat menjadi perantara pelajar daripada Jabatan Pemakanan dan Dietetik kepada Persatuan Fakulti untuk berinteraksi dan menyalurkan segala masalah yang berkaitan dan seterusnya akan dibawa ke pihak fakulti oleh Persatuan Fakulti.
2.2 Hari Interaksi Intervarsiti Pemakanan dan Dietetik UiTM-UKM-IMU-UPM-UIAM julung kalinya diadakan memandangkan ketiga-tiga institusi pengajian tinggi ini menawarkan program ijazah sarjanamuda Pemakanan dan Dietetik kepada para pelajar yang menuntut di menara gading. Maka, selaras dengan objektif Persatuan Pelajar Pemakanan dan Dietetik, program ini diharapkan dapat mengeratkan ukhuwah antara mahasiswa/i Jabatan Pemakanan dan Dietetik serta dengan pelajar dalam bidang pemakanan dan dietetik dari universiti yang lain. Selain itu, aktiviti ini juga dapat memperkenalkan jabatan secara khusus dan fakulti secara…...

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