Monday, October 3, 2011

Johor Student Leaders Council 2011

Phase 1 : Top 56 JSLC Candidates

Bil
Nama
Sekolah
Presentation Topic
1.
Nur Laili bt. Arba’
Sekolah Tinggi Segamat
‘Iskandar Malaysia – A Metropolis of International Standing
2.
Harvind a/l Raja Gopal

SMK Bandar Baru Uda
“ A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way” – John C. Maxwell
3.
Adila bt A. Aziz

SMK Agama Johor Bahru
‘A Call for Extraordinary Leadership for Iskandar Malaysia’
4.
Adrian Yeo Tau Jiun
SMK Skudai
‘Johor – My Beloved Home’
5.
Muhammad Fahmi b. Faizal
SM Sains Muar
‘An Age of Terror – The Role of Youth Leaders’
6.
Chitra a/p Murali
SMK Indahpura 1
‘Ethical Dimension of Leadership’
7.
Nur Atikah Rosle
Sekolah Tun Fatimah
‘Asia and The World Financial Crisis’
8.
Tan Mei Sheng
SMK Canoissian Convent
‘Service : The Heart of Community Transformation’
9.
Muhamad Afiq Syafiq
Sekolah Tinggi Muar
‘Understanding the Principles of Islam in an Age of Uncertainty’
10.
Zaiton bt. Mohamad Khalid
SMK Ungku Husin
“Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude” – Zig Ziglar
11.
Kirthana Darshayinie a/p Vijaya Sandran
Sekolah Tinggi Kluang
‘Transforming Our Schools’
12.
Ambrose Huan Yee Yang

SMK Tasek Utara
‘Sustainable Development of Iskandar Malaysia’
13.
Muhamammad Noor Fakhruddin b. Mohd Nasir
SMK Tun Habab
‘Doing Away with Books in Schools’
14.
Hasnyzar bt. Hussin
SMK IJ Convent
‘Iskandar Malaysia – Development for the People, by the People of Johor’
15.
Faiz Zamdhi b. Zainal
SMK Taman Putri
‘Grassroots Leadership’
16.
Thivranandhaa a/l Sobramaniam
Sekolah Tinggi Muar
‘Fear of the Unknown’
17.
Dominic Tan Wen Haw
SMK Dato’ Jaafar
‘I Think, I Am!’
18.
Onn Sapuan b. Md. Nasir
SMK Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra
‘The Power of Reflection & Self- Awarenes’
19.
Muhammad Nurariff b. Othman
SMKA Segamat
‘Leadership & Volunteerism’
20.
Naavin Raj a/l Rengasamy
SMK Kempas
‘The Leader Who Inspires Me’
21.
Amira Aisya bt. Abd. Aziz
SMK(P) Sultan Ibrahim
‘I have a dream that…’
22.
Klein Kee Kay Loon
Sek.  TInggi Batu Pahat
‘Freedom of Speech in School – Should It Be Encouraged?’
23.
Akmal Alkaff b. Zamsani
Maktab Sultan Abu Bakar
‘Taking Malaysian Football to the Next Level’
24.
Tam Joo Xian
SMK Jln Mengkibol
‘The Royal History of Johor’


25.
Nurulain bt. Abd. Razak
SMK Temenggong Ibrahim
‘The Power in the Voice of the Young People’
26.

Yasmin bt Mohd Zain
SM Sains Muar
‘Preserving Johor’s Culture and Heritage’
27.
Pritasha Naidu a/p Canian Anand Naidu
SMK IJ Convent
‘1 Malaysia, 1 Voice’
28.
Hayley Yong Sue Ning
SMK Sultanah Engku Tun Aminah
“Wisest is she who knows she does not know” – Jostein Gaarder
29.
Kabilen a/l Selvaraja
SMK Dato’ Penggawa Timur
‘You Don’t Need a Title to be A Leader’
30.
Aina Wafi  bt. Ab Kadir
SMKA Segamat
Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever” – Mohandas Ghandi.
31.
Amy Shahirah bt. Sazali
SMK Skudai
‘The Future of Our Mangrove Swamps’
32.
Asha Nair a/p Unnikrishnan
Sekolah Tinggi Segamat
‘Inequality Thwarts Progress Towards Universal Education’
33.
Gayathri a/p Ganesen
SMK Indahpura 1
‘The Rise of Women to Power Seats’
34.
Muhamad Muaz b. Mustaffa Kamal
SMK Bandar Putra, Segamat
‘In Great Leadership, Humility Is Key’
35.
Carven Chin Yee Shean
SMK Bandar Putra
‘’Failing to invest in our youth is a false economy” – UN Secretary General
36.
Nur Hanis bt. Ramlan
SM Sains Muar
‘Embracing Globalisation As Iskandar Malaysia Opens Its Doors to the World’
37.
Alif Arifin b. Asrar
SMK Bandar Putra
“He who fails to plan is planning to fail” – Winston Churchill
38.
Mark Lee Weiren
SMK Taman Mount Austin
‘The East African Food Crisis: What Needs to be Done’
39.
Siti Nurfakis bt. Kusnin
SMK Bandar Easter
‘Everyday Heroes Serving the Nation’
40.
Siti Nabilah bt. Amir
SMK Bandar Putra, Segamat
‘Climate Change and Biodiversity’
41.
Sharifah Amirah Hanis bt. Syed Omar
Sekolah Tun Fatimah
‘Nuclear: A Suitable Alternative to Fossil Fuels?’
42.
Siti Mariam bt. Ibrahim
SMK Bandar Baru Uda
‘Soft Power vs. Hard Power’
43.
Iman Sofea bt. Mohamad Ibrahim
SMK Taman Desa Skudai
‘Malaysia’s Commitment to the Millennium Development Goal’
44.
Putera Amirul Haikal b. Rosli
SMk Kulai Besar
‘What Goes Around Comes Around’
45.
Nicole Poon Sze Yen
SMK(P) Sultan Ibrahim
‘Quality Education for All – Challenges in the Malaysian Context’
46.
Mohammad Siddiq b. Moideen
SMK Sultan Ismail
‘Theory of Evolution vs. Creation Science’
47.
Mohammad Farhan b. Mohd Fuad
SMK Agama Johor Bahru
‘Exploring Links Between Environmental Quality and Human Health’
48.
Suruthi a/p Mohhan
SMK(P) Sultan Ibrahim
‘Promoting Stewardship In and  Around the World’s Frontier Forests, Grassland and Drylands’
49.
Regine Moh Jia Wei
SMK Seri Perling
‘Acknowledging Differences and Celebrating Diversity for A Better Tomorrow’
50.
Alif Imran b. Kamaruddin
SM Sains Muar
“As we look ahead into the next century, leaders will be those who empower other” – Bill Gates
51.
Nurafidah bt. Mohamad Nizam
SMK(P) Sultan Ibrahim
“Leaders must invoke an alchemy of great vision” – Henry Kissinger
52.
Ong Bao Sheng
SMK Mohd Khalid
‘In Union, There is Strength’
53.
Arjun a/l A. Ravindran
 Sek. Tinggi Batu Pahat
‘Respect is Earned and Not Demanded’
54.
Lee Wen Qing
SMK(P) Temenggong Ibrahim, Batu Pahat
‘Malaysia, Truly Asia’
55.
Siti Nursharmila bt. Md. Saidon
SMK Seri Tangkak
“My Vision of Iskandar Malaysia”
56.
Tan Yan Yi
SMK Sultan Ismail, JB
“If passion drives you, let reason hold the reins” – Benjamin Fraklin






































































































































Phase 2 : Individual Presentation & Group Interview

Some hopeful JSL candidates prepping themselves for the individual presentation, impromptu speech and group interview.
The JSL candidates' presentations were appraised by esteemed panel of judges, headed by Pn. Sallina Hussain, the Chairperson of the PKPSM JB. She was assisted by the Head of the Academic Sector, JPNJ and two lecturers from UTM.
I had the privileges to work with dedicated and wonderful team. We worked until 7 p.m. to sort out the final selection.

Phase 3: The Johor Student Leaders Council 2011

Congratulations to the 20 Johor Student Leaders who are selected to join the Johor Student Leaders Council this year. The leaders are not only selected based from verbal eloquency alone but leadership qualities, critical thinking and the ability to foster esprit de corps. They will be receiving their official letters of appointment from the JPNJ pretty soon. The team will be going through series of leadership training, etique and etiquette classes, diplomatic communications skills and oversea excursions to Australia and Netherlands.To those who didn't make it, bear in mind that you are still leaders in your schools and you can still make a difference!


1. Amira Aisya bt. Abd. Aziz - SMK(P) Sultan Ibrahim
2. Ambrose Huan Yee Yang - SMK Tasek Utara
3. Arjun a/l A. Ravindran - Sek. Tinggi Batu Pahat
4. Asha Nair a/p Unnikrishnan -  Sekolah Tinggi Segamat
5. Harvind a/l Raja Gopal -  SMK Bandar Baru Uda
6. Hasnyzar bt. Hussin -  SMK IJ Convent
7. Hayley Yong Sue Ning -  SMK Sultanah Engku Tun Aminah
8. Iman Sofea bt. Mohamad Ibrahim -  SMK Taman Desa Skudai
9. Kabilen a/l Selvaraja - SMK Dato’ Penggawa Timur
10. Kirthana Darshayinie a/p Vijaya Sandran - Sekolah Tinggi Kluang
11. Mark Lee Weiren - SMK Taman Mount Austin
12. Mohammad Farhan b. Mohd Fuad - SMK Agama Johor Bahru
13. Muhamad Afiq Syafiq - Sekolah Tinggi Muar
14. Muhammad Fahmi b. Faizal - SM Sains Muar
15. Nurafidah bt. Mohamad Nizam - SMK(P) Sultan Ibrahim
16. Nurulain bt. Abd. Razak - SMK Temenggong Ibrahim
17. Ong Bao Sheng - SMK Mohd Khalid
18. Pritasha Naidu a/p Canian Anand Naidu - SMK IJ Convent
19. Sharifah Amirah Hanis bt. Syed Omar - Sekolah Tun Fatimah
20. Zaiton bt. Mohamad Khalid - SMK Ungku Husin

5 comments:

Faiz Arif said...

How does a school is chosen to join JSLC?

Rina (MRSM Betong, Sarawak) said...

salam fadzleen,
I've been following your blog since last year and it's been a great help for my career as a teacher in mrsm. i'm particularly interested in the JSLC and am interested to have my students join it, maybe next year. i'm not really familiar with it so could you please give me more info on what it's all about and how do i go about with it?

Nor Fadzleen said...

Hi Faiz,
For the 1st cohort, the schools that were involved were from cluster and premier schools. However, for this year, we have opened the JSL to all the schools in Johor. The candidate must be in Form 4, preferably born and bred in Johor. If not, the parents must be Johoreans. Personally, I think you would fit in well, Faiz but unfortunately your school was not part of the selection last time. Nonetheless, I believe you can still pursue your leadership and skills as you move on to varsity level.

Nor Fadzleen said...

Hi Rina,
Thank you for dropping by and I'm humbled that you find that my blog resourceful. In regards to your question, Johor Student Leaders Council cater to the student leaders in Johor and the membership is for those currently staying and studying in Johor. However, I believe the fundamental idea of forming a Student Leaders Council might be a brilliant idea for MRSM students. As they are gifted with competence and gift of the gab, it would be a good platform to nurture young leaders. If you do have any query on this, let me know, yeah? I'll try my best to help you out.

Nor Fadzleen said...

Oh yeah, one thing to add. The JSLC do organise an annual international conference called Johor International Student Leaders Council Conference where we invite student leaders from all over the world to discuss and ignite ideas and consensus on issues pertaining to teenagers. This year's conference managed to attract participants from Australia, South Africa, Brunei, Indonesia, Qatar, Thailand, Vietnam, India and from Malaysia too. If you are interested, you can send your students to participate in next year's conference. I'll update any info on JSL from time to time in this blog.