of 84 participants and 37 committee involved in this event.
At 8.30 am, the participants had aerobic dance followed by a brief explanation of the event. The main goal of this game was to find the 'serial killer' by solving some clues. The clues can be found by completing up to 6 checkpoints. These checkpoints consist of brainstorming task that tests the mental, physical, agility and cooperation between the group members. The most highlighted checkpoint is, of course, the "Uncle Bus" Checkpoint which requires the group to do bus cleaning. Other checkpoints are 'Socklingg', 'Monstaaa', 'Triangular Mystery', 'Papertownnn' and 'Quizzzz'.
The closing ceremony of the program was attended by 2 DiReC Club Advisors, Sir Pubalan a/l Nadaraja, Sir Ahmad Syauqi Amar Bin Muhammad and was officiated by Dr Nor Zaiazmin Bin Yahaya, Deputy Dean of Academic & Research at 1.00 pm. He presented prizes to the winners that consist of three groups. At around 1.30 pm, Obliviate was end and the last photography session with all the participants was taken to remember the most memorable moments of the day.
Thanks to all Diploma students who have joined the program and committee member who helped and contributed to the success of the event.
Andrew Leong Chun Tatt (DiReC Secretary)