Friday, December 26, 2014


The details of the five MISDEV students who are currently in their hometown
and are unable to return to the main campus.

As a prompt response to the announcement made by the Students' Representative Council of Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) earlier, the Centre for Islamic Development Management Studies (ISDEV) has identified five of its MISDEV (ISDEV Postgraduate by Mixed-Mode) students who are currently gravely affected by the flood situation back in their hometown. Their movement back to the main campus at Minden Heights, Pulau Pinang have been hampered by the flood situation All these five students are from Kelantan. Their names, contact numbers and addresses are as shown above.

ISDEV prays for the safety and well being of these five identified MISDEV students and their family members. It is hoped that the relevant authorities can render assistance and take necessary steps to reach these students and their family members in ensuring their safety. ISDEV prays for these students and their family members to remain strong and to seek Allah S.W.T protection at all times during this period of heavy trial and tribulation affecting the ummah in Malaysia in general and these five MISDEV students and their family members in particular. Ameen.

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