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Over 1000 candidates involving police officers of ranks ranging from constables to sergeants from Kuala Lumpur  sat for  a Law Examination in UUMKL City Campus from 5 till 7 February 2013.  The officers come from police headquarters of five different districts in Kuala Lumpur namely, Cheras,  Dang Wangi,  Brickfields,  Sentul and Putrajaya.

The Intermediate Law Examination which was scheduled to be held over the two and a half days started at 8 am and ended at 5.30 pm (12.30 pm on Thursday).  The exam, comprising five different papers, is held bianually for staff confirmation and job promotion purposes.

UUMKL provided the main examination hall and 10 classrooms to accommodate the big number of candidates sitting for the exam.  All the rooms are fully air-conditioned and well-furnished.

One of the invigilators of the exam, Inspector Rogayah Rosli said, “We are very pleased with the facilities in UUMKL.  The premises  are very conducive for our staff to sit for exams here, especially with the wash room facilities available at all levels. Food is not a problem as our officers can have lunch at the restaurants nearby. Most importantly, the staff in UUMKL are very friendly and helpful in every way. Our officers find themselves very comfortable here. In fact, we will also be conducting another exam for our officers in a few weeks’ time.” 

According to the Deputy Director of UUMKL, Pn Suzzaini Abdullah, “On behalf of the Director of UUMKL, I would like to express my gratitude to the Police Department for selecting our premises to conduct the exam for its staff. The presence of these officers has made UUMKL ‘come alive’ bustling with activity.  This opportunity opens up an avenue to promote UUMKL not only as a strategic teaching and learning centre with its state-of-art facilities, but also the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes that we offer.  We are looking forward to having more of such opportunities in the future.”

Furthermore, UUMKL Business and Corporate Development Executive, Pn Sharifah Mardhiah Alyahya stated that her team had prepared light refreshments for the candidates  during breaks.  She added that the officers could enjoy their refreshments and relax at the lounge while waiting for the next paper.  

At present, UUMKL is an eight-level building strategically situated amidst  the business hub of Kuala Lumpur.  Work on expansion of the premises are currently being undertaken.  A number of undergraduate and postgraduate off-campus programmes are being offered to students and working adults in the vicinity.  UUMKL City Campus is also currently promoting short courses on English and IT. Those interested can call UUMKL for further enquiries.