Residential Management and Discipline Department
The Residential Management and Discipline Department comprises of the Residential Unit, Discipline Unit, Welfare Unit, Mahallah Offices and RMDD Office. The main tasks of the Department are to be responsible for students’ accommodation, student pass, takaful, students’ health, khairat fund, the secretariat of the IIUM Endowment Fund for the Centre for Foundation Studies, and monitoring and enforcement of students’ discipline.
Residential Unit and Mahallah Offices
The Residential Unit is responsible for monitoring and coordinating all Mahallah facility requirements and also for planning and monitoring the development of all Mahallat. All Mahallat are coordinated by the Residential Management and Discipline Department and managed by the respective Mahallah Principals and Mahallah administrative staff.
Mahallat at the Centre for Foundation Studies
Petaling Jaya Campus:
MALE MAHALLAH (Abu Bakr’, Umar Al-Khattab, Fatimah AzZahra)
FEMALE MAHALLAH (Khadijah, Zainab Al-Jahsy, Aisyah)
MALE / FEMALE MAHALLAH (Maryam)
The Principals at the Mahallah
Principals are directly accountable to the Dean of the Centre for Foundation Studies for the administration and supervision of the mahallah, as well as for cooperating and coordinating with the Residential Management and Discipline Department concerning mahallah activities.
The Fellow System
Mahallah Fellows are selected among academicians and administrative staff of the University.
Fellows are primarily responsible for ensuring the smooth running of the hisbah system as well as for inculcating the spirit of “al’amr bil maaruf wa nahyu anil munkar” among students. They are also responsible for assisting the Principal of the Mahallah in looking after the activities, security, welfare, conduct and discipline of residents in the Mahallah, as well as handling other duties whenever needed.
The Hisbah System
The residents of the mahallah are grouped into hisbah units. Each hisbah consists of 100 to 120 students. Each hisbah unit is headed by a hisbah chairperson selected from among residents, and who is known for his/her piety, discipline, stability of character, maturity and broad qualities of Islamic brotherhood and leadership. A fellow, who is appointed by the University based on his/her interest in this supervisory job and qualifications, supervises each hisbah.
The Mahallah Representative Committee (MRC)
The Mahallah Reprentative Committee (MRC) is the highest student organization at the mahallah level. Its purpose is to plan and organize mahallah activities. The committee members of the MRC are selected among the residents of the respective mahallah.
Mahallah Rules and Regulations
The University, through Mahallah Standing Order 2004, governs the residents living in the mahallah. The University empowers executive personnel and officers to enforce the above Order under Rule 84 of the Students’ Discipline Rules 2004 (amendment 2006). This order acts as a guide for residents in their daily activities at the mahallah. It covers enforcement of authority, general order of peace and cleanliness, ibadah, attire and personal appearance, general prohibitions, social activities, residential procedures, fees, deposits and fines, occupation of room, use of electrical fittings, food and beverages, pantry, bathrooms and toilets and other general matters.
Accommodation and Facilities
Students reside in rooms or dormitories. Each room or dorm can accommodate 4 to 12 students (Petaling Jaya Campus). Each student is provided with basic facilities in his/her room. Meanwhile, common facilities are also allocated at each mahallah. Apart from providing accommodation to students, the Mahallah management is responsible for identifying and providing students with basic facilities for their social and recreational needs such as canteen/cafeteria, study room, cyber café, musolla, etc.
The Discipline Unit is responsible for monitoring and supervising the discipline of students at the Centre for Foundation Studies. The Unit is also responsible for enforcing and ensuring the overall effectiveness of the enforcement of rules and regulations at the Centre. It also acts as the secretariat for the Legal Unit, IIUM for students’ disciplinary cases at CFSIIUM.
This unit manages the welfare of the students at the Centre. The unit facilitates emergency financial assistance to students who are in need. It also acts as secretariat and manages the CFS Welfare Fund for students who are in need in emergency situations and also as a secretariat for the IIUM Endowment Fund for CFS students. It also facilitates insurance coverage under “Group Personal Accident”. This unit also provides assistance on matters pertaining to passports, visas and student passes for international students.
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