22 July 2024

Saipol Bari Abd. Karim

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Associate Professor Sr. Dr. Saipol Bari Abd. Karim from Department of Quantity Surveying, Faculty of Built Environment was recently elected as Fellow of the Royal Institution of Surveyors Malaysia (RISM).

The announcement and the conferment was made recently during the 61st RISM Annual Dinner held at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) on 25th June 2022.

Dr. Saipol Bari is a Registered Consultant Quantity Surveyor with the Board of Quantity Surveyors Malaysia (BQSM), where he is also serving as the current Board Member, appointed by the Minister of Works.

This heartthrob, who hailed from Masjid Tanah, Melaka, joined Universiti Malaya since 2007. The RISM fellowship is definitely an icing to the cake of his career, ever since dreaming to follow his uncle’s footsteps who was a lecturer at a teacher’s college.

He may be contacted at saipolbari@um.edu.my for more details about this achievement, or if you just want to help him decide whether to have nasi lemak or roti canai for breakfast, ya?

“I have lots of favourites, actually. Both nasi lemak and roti canai are yummy! And so does asam pedas too!” he finally confessed.

📸 Profile photos by Mohd. Fazli Zainordin / CCO

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