QS-Link Bulletin

    2013 - 2nd Issue
    Editor's Note:
    The theme for this issue is women's empowerment. A study carried out in 2010 by the United Nations found that most women across the globe rely on the informal work sector for an income.
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    2013 - 1st Issue
    Editor's Note:
    Welcome to the first issue of QS-Link for the year 2013!
    First and foremost, QS-Link would like to congratulate and welcome our new minister and deputy minister. Congratulations to YB Datuk Haji Fadillah bin Yusof for being appointed the new Minster of Works. We would also like to congratulate YB Datuk Rosnah Binti Haji Abdul Rashid Shirlin, for being appointed as the first lady deputy minister in the same Ministry.
  • 2012 - 2nd Issue
    Editor's Note:
    May the year 2013 witness more achievements by the BQSM as well as all Registered QS locally and abroad.
    2012 - 1st Issue
    Editor's Note:
    In this issue, the Publication Committee felt that it’s high time that small voices of the Quantity Surveying fraternity need to be heard, thus we proudly present to you the thoughts of our new breed of Quantity Surveyors in the Spotlight section.
  • 2011 - 2nd Issue
    Editor's Note:
    QS - Link would like to applaud the appointment of Sr Ong See Lian as the 130 th global President of RICS and the first non- British to hold that post. We hope Sr Ong will capitalise this golden opportunity to promote the existence of Board of Quantity Surveyors Malaysia to the world at large.
    2011 - 1st Issue
    Editor's Note:
    QS link 1/2011 would like to congratulate the BQSM board members 2009-2010 for their contributions to the members during the two years and we welcome the new board members 2011-2012 which will definitely plot on to provide the best service to the members in priority and to the public in general.
  • 2010 - 1st Issue
    Editor's Note:
    Message from the President focused on the New Economic Model (NEM) that will transform Malaysia by 2020 to market driven, well governed, regionally governed, regionally integrated, entrepreneurial and highly innovative nation. The three principles of NEM are – High Income, Sustainability and Inclusiveness. The Quantity Surveyors must seize the opportunities created by the conducive business environment to provide wider range of services.
  • 2009 - 2nd Issue
    Editor's Note:
    The Board has moved further into the IT world with the introduction of ReQSys, a web based system for registration and renewal application. It is now mandatory for all members to renew their registration via this system. It has definitely made our life simpler because the transactions can now be done in the comfort of our homes, anytime!
    2009 - 1st Issue
    Editor's Note:
    The 14th session of the Board has a heavy responsibility to ‘walk the talk’ as outlined in their short, medium and long term strategies, for the survival and betterment of the quantity surveying profession locally and overseas, as emunerated in the president’s message. However, all the Registered Quantity Surveyors must be prepared to render an undivided and committed support to the Board, if we were to achieve the desired results.

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