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VIOBA Challenge Champion – Zamzuri Mohd Masturi
Champion – Syed Hazrain Jamalulail
Second – Hishamuddin
Third – Hashim Naian
Fourth – Kol. Chapiti Hj Redzuan
Fifth – Johan Aly Abdul Rais
Sixth – Mohd Amri Mohd Sofian
Seventh – Mohd Yusof Mohd Ariffin
Eighth – Mohd Nasir Ismail
Ninth – Ng Beng Huat
Tenth – Dr Badrul Shah Badaruddin
More pictures at http://s1213.photobucket.com/albums/cc467/VIOBAGolf/
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Monday to Thursday : 9:00AM to 5:00PM Sunday: 12:00Noon to 6:00PM
Should you require any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our Encik Kamal Ibrahim at the following numbers.
Telephone : 018 – 580-8869 Fax: 03-2031-2133 Email: email@example.com
VICTORIA INSTITUTION OLD BOYS’ ASSOCIATION
Azam Abdul Aziz
VIOBA/Foundation members attended: Praba Ganesan, Azhar Abdullah, Rajkumar, Balraj, Azam And KC Kwek.
BOC/Prefects: About 15 of them. Split rather equally between girls and boys with a majority of Upper Sixers followed by Fifth and Fourth Formers. Most are presidents of the clubs and associations.
- Meeting was opened by Praba with introduction into the VIOBA and its objectives. Objctive to meet at least 2 times a year to exchange viewpoints, ideas and opinions. VIOBA would like to play a better role to establish links with current student population, to understand and support them in their activities.
- Azhar then introduced the Foundation and explained its role as custodian of funds totaling RM2.6million of which interests generated are used for scholarships and financial aid to deserving students (past and present) as well as loan. The Foundation also support the school by providing funds for special projects. The Board of Governors and its functions was also explained as another body made up of VIOBA and Foundation members, school administrators and also parents to provide a forum for exchange of ideas.
- Students were asked to introduced themselves and their organizations. (Some interesting ones are Chinese Language Society, Indian Cultural Society, Symphony Orchestra, Rakan Muda, Six Formers Club. It also appears that the Six Formers have their own groups and associations as distinct from the others)
- Break-out sessions between students and also VIOBA members followed with tea.
- Meeting ended at 4.30pm.
Farizuddin bin Aman
Ahmad Termidi bin Ali
Akram bin Mohamad
Nik Mohd Sidek bin Nik Jaffar
Abdul Razif bin Abdul Aziz
Ainol Akbar bin Mohd Yasin
Norzafri bin Mohamed Nor
Ahmad Nazri bin Mohd Noor
Amrul Zeflin bin Anim
Raja a/l a. Siva Perumal
Kwek Keng Chye
Vioba Honorary Secretary:
For the first time in the history of VIOBA, the annual dinner reception was held a week after the AGM, where the new committee members were introduced to the guests.
The dinner was held at the Royal Chulan Hotel recently where 600 guests attended.
Read more: http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/5vio/Article/
More images after the jump.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Victoria Institution Old Boys’ Association (VIOBA)
Notice is given that the 77th Annual General Meeting of Victoria Institution Old Boys’ Association (VIOBA) will be held at:
Location : VIOBA Clubhouse
Date : 8th May 2011 (Sunday)
The business to be considered at the meeting is set out below
- To confirm the 76th AGM Minutes held on 30th June 2010
- To receive the President’s Report on Management Committee and Updates
- To receive and adopt the Audited Accounts for year ending 31st December 2010
- Election of Management Committee, Honorary Auditors and Disciplinary Committee for 2010/2011
- Any Other Business
19th April 2011
By Order of the Management Committee
We finished in 3rd place in the 4th Division of the 2010 Kuala Lumpur Hockey Association (KLHA) League, the best finish so far. In November, the team took part in the Vietnam Hockey Festival (6 a-side), where more than 20 club teams from 6 different countries took part. We were runners up, losing in the finals of the Cup Competition. We also took part in an invitational tournament in Kota Kinabalu last March and we are hoping to take part in other tournaments around the region next year. All round, we had a good year and tremendous support from the team members.
In 2011, we will have our training and game sessions every Monday at 7pm at Tun Razak Stadium. Those interested to participate and join us for next year’s league team, please contact Chris at Christopher.Lim@my.ey.com or Zul at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The old boys playing football against Victoria Institution students — NST pictures by Sairien Nafis
Results for Daniel Shield as follows:
Cricket – School won
Hockey – VIOBA won
Badminton – VIOBA won
Football – School won
Rugby – VIOBA won
Basketball – VIOBA won
Around 100 old boys stayed on for the prize giving at the clubhouse. The event was covered by NSTP.
Read more: Boys have fun under the sun http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/Boyshavefununderthesun/Article/
Dr Anne’s talk at VI is part of her visit to schools and colleges in Singapore and Malaysia on behalf of St Anne’s College, University of Oxford.
In particular, she is visiting Raffles Junior College and the Ministry of Education (Scholarships Secretariat) in Singapore. In Malaysia, VI and Assunta are the only public schools she is to visit on this trip. The rest are private colleges like Sunway College and Help College, and private international high schools such as ISKL, Mount Kiara International and Gardens International.
Dr Anne Mullen: Senior Tutor, Tutor for Admissions & Tutor for Graduates
St Anne’s College, University of Oxford
Tel: +44 (0)1865 274858, Email: email@example.com
Senior Tutor: Responsible for the College’s academic strategy and student academic development. Responsible for maintaining academic standards, teaching arrangements and dealing with new academic appointments and undergraduate issues.
Tutor for Admissions: Oversees all admissions activity for undergraduates and handles contacts with secondary schools and colleges (e.g. Open Days, Teachers’ Forums, visits to and from schools, admissions interviews). Responsible for setting global and subject quotas for entry.
Tutor for Graduates: Responsible for all arrangements involving graduates, including graduate admissions and social events for graduates and advisers. Monitors academic progress and administers Graduate Scholarships and Research Travel Awards. Organises appointment of Junior Research Fellows.
Dr Mullen is responsible for the co-ordination and smooth running of all aspects of welfare support available in College. She is keen to ensure that students know what help is available and that they seek information, guidance and support as soon as they think they need it. She is able to offer informal and confidential advice and support to students on academic, welfare and pastoral issues.
Previous history: 1996 – 2006: Royal Holloway, University of London. Senior Lecturer in Italian, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Arts (2004-06), Tutor for Admissions for Modern Languages (2001-06).
Professor Norman Yeow Khean
VI class of 1961
This talk is a sincere contribution by Norman for VI and its ideals. He agreed to the talk promptly, and on short notice, upon being asked by a VIOBA committee member.
As Emeritus Professor and Honorary Scientist to National ICT Australia, Professor Norman’s current research in artificial intelligence encompasses:
- Nonmonotonic Reasoning
- Logics of Action
- Logic Programming
- Simulation and Modelling
- Systems Theory
- Social Agents, Trust
He has published in these areas since the late 1960s, with about 60 papers published in the last 10 years alone.
Recently, on 14 July 2010, Norman gave a talk at University Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN) titled "The Tragedy of the Commons" that examined ways of modelling behaviours using a number of formalisms ranging from game theory to behavioural economics. It then looked at measures than can be taken to alleviate such behaviours.
Although Professor Norman is now an Australian national, he was born in Ipoh, Malaysia and completed his high school at Victoria Institution, Kuala Lumpur. He obtained his Bachelor and Masters in Electrical Engineering, from the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand in 1965 and 1966.
He then worked for Telecom Malaysia for four years as a communications engineer before resuming graduate study at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbour, USA, from which he obtained a PhD in Computer and Communication Sciences in 1974.
He then taught at SUNY Binghamton before joining the University of Sydney, at which he eventually held a personal Chair as Professor of Knowledge Systems. He moved to the School of Computer Science and Engineering of the University of New South Wales in August 1996 to assume its third Professorship.
He was seconded to set up the Knowledge Representation and Reasoning Program of the National ICT Australia (NICTA) research institute in 2003, the leadership of which he passed to his colleague Prof Toby Walsh in April 2005. He retired in July 2006, but continues his research in UNSW and NICTA as an Emeritus Professor. He has been Visiting Professor at IBM Systems Reseach in New York, the Universities of Birmingham and Bath in England, and the University of Patras in Greece.
Professor Norman has two sons, Kerwyn, a medical graduate who is an oncologist at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney and Lyndon, an IT graduate who is with Google in Singapore. He is married to Yoke Lin Tan, an economist who worked for the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners prior to retirement.
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