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i. Content ii. Foreword


1.0 Introduction 1.1 Vision & Mission Of Polytechnic 1.2 Academic Flow Chart 1.3 Outcome-Based Education (OBE) 2.0 Civil Engineering Department 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Facility at CED 2.3 Student Activities 2.4 CED Organization Chart 2.5 Staff Directory 3.0 Diploma In Civil Engineering 3.1 Programme Overview 3.2 Job Prospect 3.3 Programme Aim (PAI) 3.4 Programme Structure 3.5 Courses Synopsis 3.6 Matrix of Programme Assessment 4.0 Diploma In Land Surveying 4.1 Programme Overview 4.2 Synopsis 4.3 Job Prospect 4.4 Program Aim (PAI) 4.5 Programme Learning Outcomes 4.6 Programme Structure 4.7 Courses Synopsis 4.8 Programme Structure 5.0 Supporting Department and Unit 6.0 Supporting Services 7.0 Polytechnic Map

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FOREWORD

Alhamdullilah, with the grace of Allah SWT, Politeknik Tuanku Sultanah Bahiyah (PTSB) has been able to publish its very first book, Students Guide Book. With the publication of this Students Guide Book, it is hoped that students in particular and the public in general will use it as reference .

It is the preliminary information about the Academic Departments, the programs offered and the units that help to further strengthen learning in PTSB. PTSBs desire is to produce first class huma n capital, competent, skillful, creative, innovative, progressive and critical thinkers to meet the needs of the nations workforce.

Indeed, publishing the first edition of this guide book is a starting point to the development of delivery and pedagogy in PTSB. Dissemination of information is not only limited to this guide, but students can reach it through PTSB website :www.ptsb.edu.my/portal and www.cidos.edu.my.

Last but not least, my sincere words of appreciation to those who have been involved in making the publication of this Students Guide Book a reality and Insyaallah, all these noble efforts will get blessings from Allah swt.

MOHD NOOR BIN SHAHUDIN THE DIRECTOR POLITEKNIK TUANKU SULTANAH BAHIYAH

1.0

Introduction

Politeknik Tuanku Sultanah Bahiyah (PTSB), is strategically located on a 100 acre land in Kulim Hi-Tech rd Park (KTPC). It started operations on the 3 of March 2003 and was formerly known as Politeknik Kulim. The polytechnic, the second in Kedah Darul Aman, was officiated by His Majesty the Sultan of Kedah, Sultan AlMutasimu Billahi Muhibbudin Tuanku AlHaj Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah Ibni Almarhum Sultan th Badlishah on the 27 of March 2007. PTSB is an advanced learning institution that effectively serves the educational, cultural and social needs of the community and country. Over the years, PTSB has tirelessly endeavored in guiding the younger generation towards academic excellence whilst expanding its teaching and learning facilities and capabilities. Its four academic departments, namely Mechanical Engineering Department, Civil Engineering Department, Electrical Engineering Department and Commerce Department, working in collaboration with General Studies Department and Mathematics, Science and Computer Department, to ensure that PTSB graduates gain an edge over others when they enter the labour market. PTSB also aims to be a flexible learner-centered educational institution, providing a conducive learning environment in supporting short courses for the community at large and fulfilling its corporate social responsibility objectives. With strong commitment from its frontline and support staff, PTSB strives to be the best polytechnic in the country. With the ISO 9001:2008 accreditation ensuring quality and consistency of the teaching and learning process, and continuous effort to raise the qualification and professionalism of its teaching staff, PTSB is well positioned to face future challenges in meeting the needs of industries in the Kulim Hi-tech Park, Kedah and Malaysia in general. PTSBs most important clients are its students. Throughout their years in PTSB, the students are groomed and trained to have necessary technical and life-long learning skills. Opportunities to pursue practical education and hands-on learning are provided through the implementation of industrial attachments with the aid of qualified experts and professionals. These efforts signify PTSBs commitment to produce quality manpower and world class credentials to fulfill the need for semi-skilled workers in the public and private sectors in Malaysia.

1.1

VISION & MISSION OF PTSB

VISION To be Malaysias number one provider of innovative human capital through transformati onal education and training for the global workforce by 2015 MISSION Breaking boundaries for the creation of transformative and creative learning environment for an innovationled economy QUALITY OBJECTIVE Academic Excellence 1. 2. 3. To ensure the passing rate is not less than 90% each semester. To ensure at least 25% of the students accomplish the GPA of 3.00 or higher every semester. To aim for 60% of diploma students passing the final examination every semester.

Staff Excellence 1. 2. To ensure all staff attend courses / training of 10 days a year. To ensure staff training schedule implemented is at least 75% within a year.

1.2

ACADEMIC FLOW CHART

Week
Week One (W1): - Industrial Training Students Registration - Senior Students Registration Week One (W1): Senior Students Course Registration Week Two (W2): - Junior Students Course Registration Week 2 (W2): Teaching & learning activities begin (16 weeks of lecture each semester)

START

Notes
Subject to the current academic calendar.

Polytechnic Registration

Industrial Training Unit (UPLI)


Department of Student Affairs (HEP)

Course Registration in departments

Confirmation from the Academic Advisor and Course Lecturer

Teaching & Learning Process

Attendance is taken according to the lecture hour

Week 5 (W5)

80% attendance review by the lecturers (W2-W5)

Letter is sent by the Academic Advisors to the students who obtained attendance below 80%

Week 6 (W6)

Final week to drop course

Confirmation from the Academic Advisor and Course Lecturer Course lecturers submit the names of students with attendance lower than 80% to the Head of Department to be barred from the final examination

2 weeks before Final Examination begins

80% attendance review (W2- a week before Final Exam begins)

1 week before Final Examination begins

Barred from Final Examination Repeat Yes No

Examination Officer issues a letter to detain students from final examination

1 week before Final Examination begins

Appeal to sit for Final Examination Fail Pass

Student submits Letter of Appeal to the Examination Officer with relevant supporting evidence

Week 17 and 18 T&L (W17 & W18):

Final Examination

Refer to Final Exam Schedule issued by respective department

2 weeks after Final Examination ends

Examination Results finalized

Check results from the website

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ACADEMIC FLOWCHART OF SHORT SEMESTER

Week

START

Notes
Subject to the current academic calendar.

Week 1 (W1)

Course Registration

Confirmation from the Academic Advisor and Course Lecturer

Week 2 (W2): Teaching & learning activities begin (7 weeks of lecture each short semester)

Teaching & Learning Process

Attendance is taken according to the lecture hour

Week 3 (W3)

Final week to drop course

Confirmation from the Academic Advisor and Course Lecturer

Week 5 (W5) 2 weeks before Final Examination begins

80% attendance review (W2- a week before Final Exam begins)

Course lecturers submit the names of students with attendance lower than 80% to the Head of Department to be barred from the final examination

Week 6 (W6) 1 week before Final Examination begins Repeat Yes Student submits Letter of Appeal to the Examination Officer with relevant supporting evidence Barred from Final Examination No Examination Officer issues a letter to detain students from final examination

1 week before short Semester Final Examination begins Fail

Appeal for Final Examination

Pass Final Examination Refer to Final Exam Schedule issued by respective department

Week 8 (W8)

1 week after short semester Final Examination ends.

Examination results finalized

Check results from the website

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4.0

OUTCOME-BASED EDUCATION [OBE]

Outcome-based education (OBE) is an educational model for students to demonstrate their knowledge and able to perform according to the required outcomes. It is a student-centred approach that focuses on students learning. It starts with a clear picture of what students should know, what they should be able to do, and what desirable attitudes and values needed to organize the curriculum, instruction, and assessment to ensure an ultimate learning (Spady, 1994:1). Thus, OBE involves the restructuring of curriculum and assessment that reflects achievement of high learning order and mastery learning. OBE helps students to be aware of what they should learn, aware of what they are learning and the control over their own learning. It leads to successful student learning and encourages lecturers to be well prepared. It also provides students with appropriate,purposeful learning experiences and opportunities for students to develop originality, self-motivation and independence while acquiring useful knowledge and skills.

4.1

WHAT IS OUTCOME BASED EDUCATION?

1.3

ACCREDITATION PROCESS

1.4

HOW DOES OBE AFFECT TEACHING-LEARNING?

Teacher - centered

Student - centered

Course objective is the learning target

No mapping of learning outcomes

Learning Outcomes is the Learning Target

Mapping of learning outcomes necessary

Student independent learning not calculated

Contact hours reflects credit value

Student independent Learning Time Calculated

Total SLT reflects Credit value

1.5

EXPECTATIONS ON STUDENTS

1.6

DIFFERENT LEVELS OF OBE

PROGRAMME AIM (PAI)

Few years after Graduation

PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLO)

Upon Graduation

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLO)

Upon Course Completion

TOPIC OUTCOMES

Upon Topic Completion

1.7

EXPECTED LEARNING DOMAIN AND GENERIC STUDENT ATTRIBUTES

Learning Domain (LD) LD 1 Knowledge

Generic Student Attributes (GSA)

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LD 2 Technical Skills

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LD 3 Professionalism and Ethics

GSA 4 Moral and Professional Ethics

LD 4 Social Skills and Responsibilities

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LD 5 Communication Skills

GSA 1 Communications Skills

LD 6 Critical Thinking

GSA 2 Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills GSA 6 Information Management Skills and Continuous Learning GSA 7 Entrepreneurship Skills GSA 3 Teamwork Skills GSA 5 Leadership Skills

LD 7 Life Long Learning

LD 8 Entrepreneurial Skills

LD 9 Teamwork / Leadership Skills

1.8 PTSB ORGANISATION CHART

1.9

MANAGEMENT ORGANISATION CHART

PENGARAH
MOHD NOOR SHAHUDIN TIMBALAN PENGARAH (A) ABDUL HANIF MUSTAPHA TIMBALAN PENGARAH (SOKONGAN AKADEMIK) ROZIHAYA YAHYA

SETIAUSAHA PEJABAT ROSHIMAH MOHD ROSIDI

PEGAWAI EKSEKUTIF TERTINGGI HJ. MOHD NASARUDIN IDRIS

PENTADBIRAN SUZANA SALLEH

KEWANGAN ROZITA MOHAMED GHAZALI

PERKHIDMATAN ZAITON MOHD SAAD

PENTADBIRAN AM NOR HAYATI MD HUSSIN

PERKHIDMATAN (1) HASNAH AHMAD

KHIDMAT PELANGGAN (1) NORANIZAWATI ZAKARIA KHIDMAT PELANGGAN (2) NOR ADZIAN HARUN

PENDAFTARAN MAZLIZA ABD RAHMAN

ASET NOOR ASMAWATI MOHD DZAKI SETOR HASLIZA OTHMAN

PERAKAUNAN NURULAZREN AZHARI

PERKHIDMATAN (2) NOR SA'ADAH MOHAMAD SALEH PERKHIDMATAN (3) SITI SARAH MOHD JELANI PERKHIDMATAN (4) NURUL IZZAH YAHYA

PELBAGAI SURAYA SALLEH

GAJI JAMILAH MOHD MARZUKI PEROLEHAN NOR KHAIRON ZAMZILA MD AKHIR TUNTUTAN

PENGANGKUTAN HJ ABD RAFAR ADNAN

DAUD DAIN MOHD ZAIDI MAT YUSOF

RODIAH ASHAARI

PERKHIDMATAN (5) MOHD ASRI ABDUL HALIM

AWANG KECHIK TAIB ZURAIDI OTHMAN MOHD RIZAL HAMZAH KAMAL ABDULLAH MOHD RADI MOHD ZAINON

BAYARAN TAZLIANA FARHAH TAJULDIN

HASIL / AMANAH NAJATUL DINI HARON

GUNASAMA NURUL NAZUWA AHMAD TERMIZI

GUNASAMA SITI SAKINA GHAZALI

GUNASAMA FIRDAOS ZAINOL

GUNASAMA JUWARIAH MD AKHIR

2.0

CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

2.1

INTRODUCTION

Civil Engineering is one of the academic departments in Politeknik Tuanku Sultanah Bahiyah. It started its operation in 2003 and previously known as Politeknik Kulim where it offered two programmes at diploma and certificate level. They are Civil Engineering course and Land Surveying course. Civil engineering is moving forward by offering efficient and professional services in its education based on the two programmes in order to produce potential graduates who are hardworking, charismatic and professional. To realize this, CED has professional, dedicated and experience lecturers and it also has complete infrastructures such as classrooms, lecture hall and computer lab which is fully equipped and comfortable for the students to achieve a successful academic. This department is currently led by Mr. Mohamad Kamarudin bin Darus as the Head of Department. He is assisted by 2 Heads of Programme, 57 academic staff and 1 non academic staff. Currently, the number of students is 1118 with an average intake of 180 to 250 students for every semester. Objectives: Always upgrading the quality of learning and teaching in the related field. Producing students who are semi professional in civil engineering and land surveying studies at certificate and diploma levels to fulfill the human resource needs in public and private sectors.

Previously offered programs: Diploma in Civil Engineering (DKA) Diploma in Land Surveying (DUT) Certificates of Civil Engineering (SKA) Certificates of land Surveying (SUT)

Starting from July 2010 semester, the intake for certificate students has ceased to exist due to the new transformation of polytechnic to become one of the well known higher learning institutions in Ministry Of Higher Education. Thus, the current programs are restructured and the following is the new program structure:

Diploma in Civil Engineering (DKA) Diploma in Land Surveying (DUT)

2.2

FACILITY AT CED Laboratory Qty Lab Supervisor

Land Surveying Laboratory

En. Mohd Fadli bin Che Adenan En. Norsyahidan b. Mohamad Yusof Pn. Siti Noraiswani Bt. Ismail Pn. Amilia Noorlin bt. Md Jelani Pn. Hasmahani bt Hamzah Pn. Siti Noor Ratna bt. Zakaria Pn. Norhayati Osman Pn. Nur Syuhaila bt. Ahmad Pn. Rusmaliza bt Abdul Rashid Pn. Azizatulaishah ibrahim Pn. Noor Aziyah bt Said Pn. Noor Azalina bt Khalil Pn. Norashikin Md radzi Pn. Maslina bt Suleiman En. Jaafar bin Abd. Rahman En.zainordin firdaus bin zolkifle En. Muhamad Aizat b. Zolkofle En. Azman bin Saidin En. Wan Mohd. Shahril Cik Nurul Amira Binti Din En. Mohamad Azam b. Azmi Pn. Nurul Ashikin bt Rahmad Pn. Azilawati bt. Harun Pn. Khalilah bt. Mohamad

Hydraulic Laboratory

Concrete Laboratory

Brick workshop

Structures Laboratory

Geotechnical Laboratory

Highway laboratory

Plumbing Workshop

Wood Workshop

CADD Laboratory Photogrammetric Laboratory

1 1 1 1

Remote Sensing/GIS/Karto

Seminar Room

2.3 STUDENT ACTIVITIES

Survey Engineering

Structure Lab

Bridge Competition

Course at Construction Academic Malaysia

Star gazing At Al-Kahawarizmi

Smart Tunnel Educational

2.4 CED ORGANIZATION CHART 2.4.1 CIVIL ENG. ORGANIZATION CHART


HEAD OF DEPARTMENT EN MOHAMAD KAMARUDIN BIN DARUS (DH 48) HEAD OF CIVIL ENGINEERING PROGRAMME PN NAZIAH MOHD ISA (DH44)

HANIZAH BT OSMAN (DH44) (DH44) NORSYAHIDAN B MOHAMAD YUSOF (DH44) MASALINDA BT MANSOR (DH44)

SAMSUL BIN ABD RASHID (DH44)

MOHD ZAIM BIN ZAKARIA (DH44)

NOOR AZALINA BT KHALIL (DH44)

ZAINORDIN FIRDAUS B.ZULKIFLI (DH44) AZMAN BIN SAAIDIN (DH44)

CHE NORAZMAN B. CHE WAN (DH44)

LIZA SUHANA BT RAMLI (DH44) ROSSITAH BT SELAMAT (DH44)

RUSMALIZA BT ABD RASHID (DH44)

AZHANI BT ARIFFIN (DH44)

NORFAZLIANA BT JEMALI (DH44)

ZAITON BT MOHAMED (DH44)

NOR HAYATI BT MOHAMAD ALLI (DH42) ROSNI BT OMAR (DH41)

KAMAL IRFAN B. MOHD HASBULLAH (DH42)


JAAFAR B ABD RAHMAN (DH42)

NOOR LIZA BT RAMLI (DH44)

SITI NORAISWANI BT ISMAIL (DH44)

AZIZATULAISHAH BT IBRAHIM (DH42)

KHALIJAH BT MOHAMAD NADRI (DH42)


NOOR AZIYAH BT SAID (DH41)

ABDUL RAHIM BIN CHE DOLLAH (DH42)

AMILIA NOORLIN BT MD JELANI (DH41)

MUHAMAD AIZAT B. ZOLKOFLE ((DH41)

W. MOHD SHAHRIL B. WAN SAFERDIN (DH41) SHAFIZAH BT SHAFIAI @ SHAFII (DH41) SITI NOOR RATNA BT ZAKARIA (DH32)

NADHIRAH BT NOR ZELAN (DH41)

NUR SYUHAILA BT AHMAD (DH41)

JALILA BINTI YAHAYA (DH41)

NORASHIKIN BT MD RADZI (DH34)

MASLINA BT SULEIMAN (DH32)

SUPARMAN BIN SALAMA (DH34)

HASMAHANI BT HAMZAH (DH32)

NORHAYATI BT OSMAN (DH29)

ZAT N PROGRAMME

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2.4.2 LAND SURVEYING ORGANIZATION CHART

2.5

STAFF DIRECTORY

NO.

NAME

DESIGNATION

CONTACT NO. (Ext. no.) 2012 2282

EMAIL

kamarudin@ptsb.edu.my 1 2 En. Kamarudin Bin Darus Pn. Naziah Bt Mohd Isa Head Of Department Head Of CED Programme Head od LS Programme Lecturer Lecturer 5 6 7 Cik Jalila binti Yahaya Lecturer 2293 jalila@ptsb.edu.my Hj. Che Norazman Bin Che Wan Pn. Noor Azalina Bt Khalil Lecturer 2274 2288 azalina@ptsb.edu.my

naziah@ptsb.edu.my

En. Shamsul Arif bin Ismail

2273

shamsularif@ptsb.edu.my masalinda@ptsb.edu.my

Pn. Masalinda Mansor

2280 norazman@ptsb.edu.my

En. Samsul Bin Abd. Rashid

Lecturer

2272

samsul@ptsb.edu.my

En. Zainordin Firdaus Bin Zulkefli

Lecturer

2272

zainordin@ptsb.edu.my

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Pn. Hanizah Bt Osman En. Mohd Zaim Bin Zakaria En. Norsyahidan Bin Mohamad Yusof

Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer

2298 2272 2272

hanizah@ptsb.edu.my zaim@ptsb.edu.my norsyahidan@ptsb.edu.my

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Pn. Liza Suhana Bt Ramli pn. Norhayati Bt Yusof Pn. Shafizah Bt Shafiai@ Shafii Pn. Norfazliana Bt Jemali Pn. Amilia Noorlin Bt Md Jelani

Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer

2288 2294 2289 2274 2298

liza@ptsb.edu.my norhayatiyusof@ptsb.edu.my shafizah@ptsb.edu.my fazliana@ptsb.edu.my amilia@ptsb.edu.my

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Pn. Nur Syuhaila Bt Ahmad Pn. Nor Rulaida Bt Mohammed Shekhidi

Lecturer Lecturer

2295 2286

syuhaila@ptsb.edu.my nor_rulaida@ptsb.edu.my

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Pn. Nadhirah Bt Nor Zelan En. Muhamad Aizat B Zolkofle

Lecturer Lecturer

2286 2293

nadirah@ptsb.edu.my aizat@ptsb.edu.my

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En. Azman Bin Mazlam En. Jaafar Bin Abd Rahman Pn. Khalijah Bt Mohamad Nadri Pn. Zarina Syuhaida Bt Shaarani Pn. Noor Liza Bt Ramli Pn. Siti Noraiswani Bt Ismail En. Azman Bin Saaidin En. Rahizudin Bin Abdul Rahim Pn. Azizatulaishah Bt Ibrahim

Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer

2416 2288 2274 2288 2280 2288 2280 2272 2286

azman_mazlam@ptsb.edu.my jaafar_rahman@ptsb.edu.my khalilah@ptsb.edu.my zarina@ptsb.edu.my noor_liza@ptsb.edu.my noraiswani@ptsb.edu.my azman_saaidin@ptsb.edu.my rahizudin@ptsb.edu.my azizatulaishah@ptsb.edu.my

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En. Kamal Irfan Bin Mohd Hasbullah

Lecturer

2286

kamal_irfan@ptsb.edu.my

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En. Suparman Bin Salama

Lecturer

2293

suparman@ptsb.edu.my

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Pn. Norashikin Bt Md Radzi

Lecturer

2295

norashikin@ptsb.edu.my

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Pn. Maslina Bt Suleiman Pn. Saedatul Firdaus Bt Saarani

Lecturer Lecturer

2298 2295

maslina@ptsb.edu.my saedatulfirdaus@ptsb.edu.my

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En. Abdul Rahim Bin Che Dolah

Lecturer

2287

abdulrahim@ptsb.edu.my

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Pn. Nor Hayati Bt Mohamar Alli

Lecturer

2288

nor_hayati@ptsb.edu.my

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Pn. Zaiton Bt Mohamad

Lecturer

2288

zaiton_mohd@ptsb.edu.my

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Pn. Rusmaliza Bt Abd Rashid Pn. Noor Aziyah Bt Said En. Mohd Shukor Bin Othman En. Mohd Fadzli Bin Che Adenan Pn. Izzatul Fadzilah Bt Adnan En. Mohamad Azam Bin Azmi En. Mohamad Pauzi Bin Mat Zam En. Helmi Bin Abd Kadir

Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer

2288 2288 2272 2416 2295 2416 2416 2272

rusmaliza@ptsb.edu.my aziyah@ptsb.edu.my shukor@ptsb.edu.my mohd_fadzli@ptsb.edu.my izzatul@ptsb.edu.my azam@ptsb.edu.my pauzi@ptsb.edu.my helmi@ptsb.edu.my

47 48 49 50 51 52

En. Hazhar bin Hamid Pn Nurul Ashikin Bt Rahmad Cik Nurul Amira Bt Din Pn Azilawati Bt Harun Pn. Norul Huda Bt Shamsudin En. W. Mohd Shahril Bin Wan Saferdin

Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer

2294 2280 2298 2274 2294 2272

hazhar@ptsb.edu.my ashikin@ptsb.edu.my amira@ptsb.edu.my azilawati@ptsb.edu.my norul@ptsb.edu.my shahril@ptsb.edu.my

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Pn. Hasmahani Bt Hamzah Pn. Siti Noor Ratna Bt Zakaria Pn. Norhayati Bt Osman Pn. Rossitah Bt Selamat Pn. Mustaqiimah Bt Muhamad

Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer

2295 2294 2288 2286 2295

hasmahani@ptsb.edu.my ratna@ptsb.edu.my yati@ptsb.edu.my rossitah@ptsb.edu.my mustaqiimah@ptsb.edu.my

58 59

Pn. Rosni Bt Omar Lecturer Pn. Khalilah Bt Muhamad

2288 2274

rosin@ptsb.edu.my khalilah@ptsb.edu.my

3.0

DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING

3.1 PROGRAMME OVERVIEW This programme is designed to equip students with sound knowledge and skills, and understanding of the environment, construction industries, construction designs and infrastructural development of civil engineering .The knowledge and skills acquired will be useful for success in future or current employment. Students are also equipped with knowledge regarding occupational safety and health. Students will be exposed to soft skills, communication skills, and team work so the graduates will communicate, interact and contribute effectively as team members. 3.2 JOB PROSPECTS After graduating with a Diploma in Civil Engineering, there are greater jobs opportunities for graduates to work in the construction field or in government sectors: Technical Assistant Site Supervisor Clerk Of Work Engineering Assistant Contractor Health and Safety Officer Research Assistant Quality Control Assistant Engineer

3.3 PROGRAMME AIMS (PAI) This programme aims to enable students to: apply appropriate knowledge and become technically competent in civil engineering continuously enhance knowledge and skills in line with technological changes communicate effectively and demonstrate good leadership quality or work as team members at work place solve civil engineering problems innovatively, creatively and ethically under demonstrate entrepreneurial skills and contribute to the economic growth for the nations development

3.4

PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLO)

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Apply civil engineering knowledge Demonstrate technical skills in civil engineering. Understand responsibilities and commit professionally and ethically in line with the code of conduct Communicate effectively both in written and spoken form with other colleague and community Identify and provide creative, innovative and effective solution to civil engineering problems. Recognize the need and to engage in, lifelong learning and professional development Self motivate and enhance entrepreneurship skill for career development. Work collaboratively as team members Demonstrate leaderships skills to lead a team

3.5 PROGRAMME STRUCTURE 1 COURSE CODE AA101 AA102 AE101 AR101 AW101 BA101 BB101 BC101 CC101 CC102 CC103
ST

SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 3 3

COURSE ISLAMIC EDUCATION 1 MORAL EDUCATION 1 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH 1 CO-CURICULUM 1 (POLIBRIGED) OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH ENGINEERING MATHEMATIC ENGINEERING SCIENCE COMPUTER APPLICATION ENGINEERING DRAWING CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS & APPLICATION ENGINEERING SURVEYING 1
ND

2 COURSE CODE AR201 AA201 AA202 BA201 CC201 CC202 CC203 CC204 CC205 CC206 COURSE

SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR 1 2 2 2 3 2 3 1 3 1

CO-CURICULUM 2 PENDIDIKAN ISLAM 2 PENDIDIKAN MORAL 2 ENGINEERING MATHEMATIC 2 ENGINEERING SURVEYING 2 CONTRACT PROSEDURES CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING MECHANICS OF STRUCTURES INDUSTRIALISED BUILDING SYSTEM

3 COURSE CODE AA301 AE301 AS101 AW201 BA301 CC301 CC302 CC303 CC304 COURSE

RD

SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2

TAMADUN ISLAM COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 2 SOFT SKILLS OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH 2 ENGINEERING MATHEMATIC 3 QUANTITY MEASUREMENT HIGHWAY ENGINEERING HYDRAULICS 1 GEOTHECNIC 1

6 COURSE CODE AT401 COURSE

TH

SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR 10

INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

4 COURSE CODE AE501 CC501 CC502 CC503 CC504 CC505 CC506 PB201

TH

SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2

COURSE COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 3 HYDRAULIC 2 GEOTECHNIC 2 TRAFFIC ENGINEERING DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURE STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS CIVIL ENGINEERING PROJECT 1 ENTREPRENEURSHIP

5 SEMESTER COURSE CODE CC601 CC602 CC603 CC604 CC605 CC606 CC607 COURSE STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 2 CIVIL ENGINEERING PROJECT 2 PROJECT MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION & CONTROL REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN HYDROLOGY WATER & WASTE WATER ENGINEERING CREDIT HOUR 2 2 2 2 3 2 2

ELECTIVE COURSE COURSE CODE CA605 CC608 CN301 CN604 CQ607 COURSE MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTION BUILDING SERVICES GEO-ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING ENERGY SYSTEM VALUE MANAGEMENT CREDIT HOUR 2 2 2 2 2

3.6

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE (DKA)


COURSE SEMESTER 1 L P T C COURSE CODE COURSE SEMESTER 4 2 1 4 2 1 1 2 0 2 3 3 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 3 TOTAL 2 11 3 18 CC601 CC602 SEMESTER 5 Structural Analysis 2 Civil Engineering Project Project Management Environmental Pollution and Control Reinforced Concrete Design Hydrology Water and Waste Water Engineering *** Elective *** Elective TOTAL GRAND TOTAL 1 14 0 14 0 1 1 18 2 0 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 17 73 0 4 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 7 64 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 10 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 19 99 16 12 2 17 CC505 CC506 CN303 2 AE501 PB201 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 CC501 CC502 CC503 CC504 Communicative English Entrepreneurship Hydraulics 2 Geotechnics 2 Traffic Engineering Design Of Steel Structure Structural Analysis 1 Engineering Project 1 Statistics 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 0 2 3 2 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 L P T C

COURSE CODE

AA 101 AA 102 AE 101 AR 101 BA 101 BB 101 BC 101 AW101 CC101 CC102 CC103

Islamic Education 1 / Moral Education 1 Communicative English 1 Co-Curriculum 1 Engineering Mathematics 1 Engineering Science Computer Application Occupational Safety and Health 1 Engineering Drawing Construction Materials and Applications Engineering Surveying 1 TOTAL SEMESTER 2

AA 201 AA 202 AR 201 BA201 CC201 CC202 CC203 CC204 CC205 CC206

Islamic Education 1 / 2 Moral Education 1 Co-Curriculum 2 Engineering Mathematics 2 Engineering Surveying 2 Contract Procedure Concrete Technology Computer Aided Drafting Mechanics Of Structures Industrialised Building System (IBS) TOTAL SEMESTER 3 0 2 2 2 2 0 3 2 0 3 0 3 3 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 2 3 1 3 1 0 2 CC603 CC604 CC605 CC606 CC607

*** Students can select any of the elective courses that are offered by the department. Students are required to take a minimum of four credits of elective course.

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Islamic Civilization Communicative English 2 Soft Skills Engineering Mathematics 3 Occupational Safety and Health 2 Quantity Measurement Highway Engineering Hydraulics 1 Geotechnics 1 TOTAL SEMESTER 6

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AW101 Occupational Safety And Health 1

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH 1 is designed to impart understanding of the basic of safety and health in workplace setting. This course presents aspects of occupational safety and health, which are essential for employees to analyzing safe and healthy environment, resulting in less hazards at the workplace. Emphasis is placed on the understanding of regulations, OSH management, accident prevention and occupational First-Aid methods. CREDIT (S) : 1 PRE REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Describe the OSH regulations and compliance and how it will create safe working environment. 2. Identify hazards, risks and safe work practices in order to maintain healthy and safe work environment. 3. Perform related actions to respond to accidents at the workplace.

CC101 Engineering Drawing

ENGINEERING DRAWING provides knowledge of drafting principles in plane geometry, orthographic projection, auxiliary views and sectioning. This course emphasizes practical skills and knowledge in manual drawing. CREDIT(S) : 1 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Explain the drawing instruments, equipment and materials successfully. 2. Apply the correct principles of plane geometry and isometric drawing. 3. Create an auxiliary view from any orthographic projections and apply basic. 4. Methods of isometric drawing accurately. 5. Describe the sections and cutting-plane lines and draw a sectional view given a two-view drawing correctly. 6. Produce and interpret construction drawing correctly in standard format.

CC102 Construction Materials And Applications

CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS provides the students an overview of concepts and basic principles regarding wood, bricks, steel and non-steel works, finishing and types of structures. This course also emphasizes the above materials used in construction of structures. CREDIT(S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Describe briefly the properties of civil engineering materials. 2. Participate actively in class discussion on issues related to civil engineering. 3. Materials, the professional and ethical responsibilities of civil engineers in civil engineering projects. 4. Demonstrate positive team work attributes by contributing actively in group projects. 5. Successfully identify the importance of interaction between human and environment in civil engineering. 6. Independently seek and present current information on Green Technology.

CC103 Engineering Surveying 1

ENGINEERING SURVEYING 1 provides knowledge on basic principles of analyzing, compass survey theodolite traverse survey. This course emphasizes the basic distance measurement, bearing and angle in order to get the shape of terrain and the position on the field. It also gives knowledge and practical skills to students in operating and handling survey instruments and working procedures to perform engineering survey works, booking, calculation and plotting. CREDIT(S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Describe briefly types of surveying. 2. Explain correctly the basics and methods of measuring distance, bearing and angle. 3. Calculate correctly the differences in heights, coordinates for surveying stations and area of a traverse. 4. Work collaboratively in groups to complete the engineering survey work including booking and plotting.

CC201 Engineering Surveying 2

ENGINEERING SURVEYING 2 gives knowledge and understanding about control survey, detail survey, data collection or acquisition, calculation and plotting of survey works. The module puts emphasis on the method used to carry out surveying works especially data collection or acquisition to produce plan based on the scope of work. It also gives exposure to the need for accurate data to be used for other surveying works. CREDIT(S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE CONTRACT PRODECURE equips students with knowledge of the construction industry in general, tender procedure and contract procedure. The modules emphasis on contract condition is to provide exposure to the students regarding all the procedures that have become standard practice in the construction field based on Standard Form of Contract P.W.D. Form 203 (Rev.2007) and P.W.D. 203A (Rev.2007). CREDIT : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Explain briefly the basic distance measurement, difference in height and figure of the terrain. 2. Calculate accurately the coordinates of survey stations, areas and volumes of traverse using appropriate methods. 3. Determine precisely the horizontal and vertical control point for curve ranging and setting out. 4. Demonstrate positive team working attributes by contributing actively in engineering survey work, booking, calculation and plotting.

1. Describe briefly the responsibility of team members and builder members in current construction industries. 2. Integrate correctly the principles of tender and contract procedure according to Standard Public Work Department Standard Forms of Contract. 3. Explain efficiently the role of Construction Industries Development Board (CIDB) influencing the construction industries in Malaysia. 4. Explain effectively terms in equivalent contract compliance with Employment Ordinance 1955. 5. Communicate and interact effectively, practice good work ethics, and contribute effectives payment to contractor and interim certificate, final certificate, determination of contractors employment and arbitration according to Standard Conditions of Contract.

CC202 Contract Procedure

CC203 Concrete Technology

CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY course provides the students with the knowledge and understanding of concrete material and concrete mix design in the construction industries. The course includes conducting laboratory work for concrete testing, preparation, transportation, casting, compaction and treatment of concrete. The construction methods of reinforced, precast and pre-stressed concrete are also included. CREDIT (S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Describe briefly the concrete material and mixtures. 2. Participate actively in class discussion in issues related to the importance of concrete technology and the latest products of concrete in the market. 3. Participate actively in class discussion on issues related to the technological changes in concreting works in reducing environmental pollution concisely. 4. Propose exactly the selection of concrete mix for different types of concrete structures according to safety design. 5. Demonstrate positive team working attributes by contributing actively in group concreting works and laboratory tests that yield valid results.

CC204 Computer Aided Drafting

COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING provides knowledge on the introduction to computer and CAD. This course emphasizes creating 2D engineering drawings and basic features in preparing a single storey building drawing. CREDIT(S) : 1 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Explain briefly the advantages of using the latest Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) software for design and drafting. 2. Construct concisely (2D) drawings using basic operation CAD commands. 3. Create precisely 2D engineering drawings with dimensioning, layers and text. 4. Produce appropriately 2D single storey building drawings.

MECHANICS OF STRUCTURES equips students with knowledge of facts and basic principles of types of forces, strength of materials and behaviour of loaded structures. This course provides exposure to loaded structures on direct and shear stresses, slope and deflection. The domination of cognitive domain that bring intellectual force and student thinking from the lower to the higher level which include knowledge level and understanding level to application level in solving problems that involve calculations. In this approach all concepts learned can be correlated with structural behaviour in everyday life. CREDIT(S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Calculate correctly the reactions, shear forces and bending moments for determinate beams subjected to point loads, distributed loads and moments. 2. Determine the slope and deflection of beam correctly using the Macaulay method and Moment Area Method. 3. Participate actively in class discussion on the relationship between stress, strain and modulus of elasticity. 4. Identify and illustrate clearly the shear stress distributions in a beam section and direct stress distribution due to axial load and bending moment. 5. Work collaboratively in groups to carry out experiments on determinate beams and tensile test of steel specimens that yield valid results.

CC205 Mechanics Of Structures

CC206 Industrialised Building System

INDUSTRIALISED BUILDING SYSTEM (IBS) equips the students with the basic knowledge and understanding of precast panels used in the construction industries. Students will learn various forms of creativity precast panels, panel production at precast yard and panel erection at site. CREDIT(S) : 1 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Describe briefly the development of Industrialised Building System (IBS) align with CIDB Roadmap. 2. Explain properly the benefits of Industrialised Building System (IBS) product to meet the desired needs in construction industries. 3. Compare precisely different types of creativity panels and modular. coordination of IBS for specific project. 4. Specifically explain the principle of IBS build ability of design and IBS Score.

CC301 Quantity Measurement

QUANTITY MEASUREMENT emphasizes the preliminary estimating methods in construction and the built up rate calculation in the estimating work. This course also gives knowledge about the basic principles of measurement works and skills training in taking-off the quantity of the substructure works, superstructure and external works. CREDIT (S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Acquire and practice the preliminary estimating methods, the built up rate method and the quantity measurement method correctly. 2. Demonstrate ability to problem solving in measurement quantity of substructure, superstructure and external work by using billing method. 3. Participate actively in discussion and contribute idea to complete quantity measurement tasks.

HIGHWAY ENGINEERING provides knowledge on history of highway construction and the organization involved in Malaysia. The emphasis of this course is on the technical planning, pre-construction of the highway, pavement materials used in highway construction and methods of construction of highway. This course also emphasize on drainage system, traffic control devices and road furniture, flexible pavement design, highway maintenance and conducting laboratory works. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Explain briefly the history of road and highway construction. 2. Apply the correct concepts of highway engineering solution to practical problems. 3. Independently seek information on construction of flexible pavement and rigid pavement highway and requirement to meet the quality control. 4. Demonstrate positive team working attributes by contributing actively in group for laboratory tests that yield valid results.

CC302 Highway Engineering

CC303 Hydraulics 1

HYDRAULICS 1 course provides the students with knowledge and understanding of behaviour of fluids, through the study of fluid flow in typical civil engineering applications. This course includes study of fluid characteristics, fluid pressure, Bernoulli theorem, Moodys diagrams, energy loss in pipes, uniform flow in open channel and conducting laboratory works. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Explain clearly the fluid characteristics, fluid pressure and solve problems in flow of fluid using Bernoullis Equation. 2. Apply principles to solve problems in laminar and turbulent flow and relation to Reynolds number, Darcys and HagenPoiseuille equation for problem solving. 3. Apply correct methods and procedures of hydraulics solution towards practical problems. 4. Acquire appropriate knowledge in minor loss in pipe and uniform flow in open channel.

CC304 Geotechnics 1

GEOTECHNICS 1 covers basic knowledge of processes of soil and rock formation, the characteristics of soil and its classification, compaction, permeability and the process of improving characteristics of soil. This module also emphasizes testing, analyzing and presenting the data for soil classification, compaction and permeability test. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Acquire basic knowledge of soil mechanics, formation of soil and rocks in Malaysia. 2. Demonstrate technical skills on soil testing standards methods and procedures. 3. Suggest appropriately method and techniques to control geotechnical problems. 4. Determine the concepts of vertical stress, effective stress, horizontal stress, pore water pressure, change of stress and stress distribution correctly based on Terzaghis Principle.

INDUSTRIAL TRAINING covers the basic knowledge and skills of the internship which students will undergo during the fourth semester of the Diploma program. This course provides exposure and experience to students in terms of technology literacy, effective communication, development of human capital, policies, procedures and regulations, professional perspective and reporting. This course will build enthusiasm and a proactive attitude in students and hence boost their confidence to become excellent trainees. CREDIT( S ) : 10 PREREQUISITE(S) : AS101 SOFTSKILLS

At401 Industrial Training

1. Apply the technology studied. 2. Practice effective communication. 3. Demonstrate the development of human capital. 4. Professionally comply with policies, procedures and rules of the organization. 5. Produce report.

ENTREPRENEURSHIP focuses the principles and concept of entrepreneurship. This course concentrate on the systematic methods of getting business ideas. This course also prepare the students on ways to conduct and control the business including fundamental of management, marketing and financing. It also emphasize on the preparation of business plan, thus developing their entrepreneurial skills. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Explain clearly the concept of entrepreneurship, business ownership and procedures in setting up a business in case study given. 2. Work cooperatively in group to complete an assign project based on entrepreneurial skills. 3. Present creatively a business plan prepared via group based on business knowledge.

PB201 Entrepreneurship

HYDRAULICS 2 provides students with knowledge and understanding of the principles and concept of fluid and the application of these principles to solve problems. Key topics include forces on plane and curved submerged surfaces, buoyancy and stability, momentum equation and its applications, open channel flow, and fluid machinery that covers the performance of pumps and conducting laboratory works. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

CC501 Hydraulics 2

1. Explain clearly the principles of forces exerted on a plane or curved surface. 2. Solve the problems in hydraulics and choose the correct principles. 3. Acquire and apply correct methods and procedures on open channel and pumps. 4. Demonstrate technical skills in laboratory tests that yield valid results.

CC502 Geotechnics 2

GEOTECHNICS 2 covers basic knowledge of shear strength, stability of a slope, one dimensional consolidation, design of retaining wall, introduction foundation, bearing capacity and the design for shallow foundation. This module also emphasizes testing, analyzing and presenting the data for shear strength test, consolidation test and triaxial test. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : CC304 GEOTECHNICS 1

1. Explain clearly the shear strength of soil and using Mohr-Coulomb. 2. Acquire and apply the principles of slope stability and consolidation using MohrCoulomb correctly. 3. Provide innovative and creative ideas in the case study. 4. Demonstrate technical skills in geotechnical tests that yield valid results.

TRAFFIC ENGINEERING provides the students with the knowledge regarding the method and design involved in traffic engineering. The emphasis of the course is on the method and procedure in the transport planning system. This course also provides knowledge in designing geometrical alignments, designing junctions, traffic management aspect and road laws as well as acts in Malaysia and conducting laboratory works. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Explain clearly the transportation system and policy in Malaysia. 2. Acquire and apply correct alignment geometry design and traffic management. 3. Independently seek and present on information on the history of road Legislation in Malaysia, Road Transport Act and Environmental Quality Act. 4. Demonstrate technical skills for traffic speed study that yield valid results.

CC503 Traffic Engineering

CC504 Design Of Steel Structure

DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURE provides students with knowledge on concept and basic principles of design including steel beam, connections, steel column and roof truss element. This course emphasize on analysis skill and simple design structure according to EUROCODE 3 (EC3). This course also provides experience training in designing steel structure for a single storey building. CREDIT (S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

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Explain clearly the EUROCODE 3 (EC3) Standard in designing steel structures instead of BS 5950 Standard. Acquire and apply the fundamental principles of structural steel members and connections in combined loading cases or in certain structural arrangements. Ethically and professionally design structural members and connections and ensure safety and utility of the structure. Produce creative and innovative design calculation and structural detailing according to EC3 Standard.

CC505 Structural Analysis 1

STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 1 equips students with knowledge of facts and basic principles in analyzing the reactions, bending moments and shear forces for indeterminate beams using the superposition method, slope deflection method and moment distribution methods. It also covers the Euler Theory regarding the buckling load for slender column. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : CC205 MECHANICS OF STRUCTURES

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Acquire knowledge on solving the indeterminate beams and portal frame using slope deflection method and moment distribution method. Solve problems on buckling load for column with different cases of support conditions. Demonstrate technical skill in experiments on indeterminate beam and portal frame models that yield valid result.

CC506 Civil Engineering Project 1

CIVIL ENGINEERING PROJECT 1 enables students to apply and practice knowledge and skills in civil engineering. This course will train the student in communication skills, group work, work planning, decision making, recommendation and gain creativity using all the facilities. CREDIT(S) : 1 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

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Acquire and apply the knowledge and information in civil engineering studies according to procedures and standard. Demonstrate technical skills in civil engineering practices in proposing creative and innovative projects. Identify project feasible for long life learning and career development. Present effectively civil engineering project using multimedia tools.

CN303 Statistics

STATISTICS course provides students knowledge and exercises for analyzing the statistical analysis in planning in the civil engineering field. The main aim of this module is about the theory and probability distribution, sampling and sample distribution, statistical estimation, correlation and regression. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

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Explain briefly the basic knowledge of statistics. Calculate accurately the probability of normal distribution and binomial distribution within two decimal point. Calculate precisely the sampling distribution by using the Central Limit Theorem. Compute accurately the confident interval to estimate the mean population for large sample by using the standard normal distribution table and present information on the Student probability distribution. Describe briefly the relation between the correlation of coefficient and coefficient of determination in simple linear regression model.

STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 2 equips students with knowledge of facts and basic principles in analyzing the forces in truss members and drawing the influence line for beam and truss. The calculations of forces cover both the statically determinate and indeterminate trusses. The course also covers the method of unit load in determining the joint displacement of trusses due to external loading, temperature changes, fabrication errors and camber. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : CC205 MECHANICS OF STRUCTURES

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Acquire and apply knowledge the internal forces in determinate trusses correctly. by using method of joints and method of sections. Analyze accurately the displacement of a truss joint due to external forces, Temperature changes, fabrication errors and camber. Demonstrate technical skill to illustrate clearly the influence lines for statically. Determinate beams and trusses.

CC601 Structural Analysis 2

CIVIL ENGINEERING PROJECT 2 enhances students the ability to conduct and practice knowledge and skills in civil engineering. This course will train the student in communication skill, group works, work planning, decision making, recommendation and gain creativity by using all the facilities to a design of a system. This course encourages students to work independently or group works in conducting experiments in the laboratory/ workshop, field works, academic researches, and designing of civil engineering related fields. It also enhances students ability to analyse data, prepare presentation and report writing. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : CC506 CIVIL ENGINEERING PROJECT

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Acquire and apply knowledge of civil engineering and communicate for latest information from industries, government agencies or communities. Demonstrate technical skills in civil engineering practices within ethical and professional for creative and innovative projects. Identify project feasible for further long life learning and career development. Present successfully a creative and innovative study or experimental works or products or academic research/study on products using multimedia tools. Write effectively a complete report of project or studies.

CC602 Civil Engineering Project 2

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT equips students with the basic knowledge and understanding of construction management. This course also provides students with the information and concepts of planning and scheduling a project. The application of Microsoft Project for planning and scheduling, characteristics, advantages, disadvantages, and the functions of various types of critical path method will expose students to computer applications or other database software. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

CC603 Project Management

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CC604 Environmental Pollution And Control

ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AND CONTROL provides knowledge of the effects of pollution on general health. The emphasis of this course is on the explanation of water, air and noise pollution. This course also provides knowledge on solid waste and hazardous waste management. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

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Explain clearly about public health and types of communicable and non communicable diseases. Acquire and apply the principles and concepts appropriately real-world problems in controlling environmental pollution. Provide innovative and creative ideas in the case study. Demonstrate technical skills in selective environment parameter that yield reliable result.

CC605 Reinforced Concrete Design

REINFORCED CONCRETE DESIGN equip students with knowledge on concept and methods of design for reinforced concrete structures comprising beam, slab and column. This course emphasize on knowledge and practice of producing design double storey reinforced concrete building starting from the layout plan, action analysis, structural design and detailing according to EUROCODE 2 (EC2). CREDIT(S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

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Explain clearly the EUROCODE 2 (EC2) Standard in designing steel Structures instead of BS 8110. Ethically and professionally design layout plan, action analysis, structure design calculation to structural drawing according to EC2. Produce creative and innovative complete design calculation and concrete structural drawing for double storey reinforced concrete building according to EC2. Demonstrate technical skills in designing reinforced concrete building. Acquire and apply knowledge the water processes in hydrological cycle and fundamental principles of surface runoff. Possess and apply knowledge on hydrograph analysis and flood routing with level pool routing and channel routing method using Muskingum method. Demonstrate technical skills on designing channel using Urban Storm Water Management Manual.

HYDROLOGY helps enhance student knowledge on the concept of hydrology cycle that involves processes that occur after rain fall. This module also discusses on management of surface run off after rain fall until it returns to the rivers and atmosphere. Emphasis is given towards the calculation of rain fall data and urban drainage concept in developing new areas. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

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CC607 Water & Waste Water Engineering

WATER & WASTE WATER ENGINEERING provides students with the knowledge and understanding of water resources, supply system which includes natural purification and engineering treatment plant (aeration, sedimentation, coagulation and flocculation, settling, filtration, disinfection). Collection systems, unit processes, design of treatment systems, operation and maintenance, lowcost and small scale systems, tertiary treatment, sludge and effluent disposal, industrial wastewater treatment, field visits and conducting laboratory work. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

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Apply and acquire knowledge on processes in water and waste water treatment plant. Explain clearly the information on water supply distribution systems and sewerage system. Demonstrate technical skills in laboratory test that yield reliable results.

ELECTIVE GEO-ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING course solves problems of subsurface waste containment; groundwater contamination and site remediation are now a major focus. This course includes the topics mainly components of types, properties, soil drainage systems, transport mechanism of contaminants in soils, remediation for contaminated lands and the risk assessment and site monitoring. The students will be learn basic laboratory tests on soils and site investigation methods to overcome geo-environmental problem. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE 1. Correctly state the regulations, the acts, standards and equipments used in geoenvironmental studies voluntarily. 2. Briefly explain the formation process, the characteristics and compositions of the soil. 3. Briefly describe the transportation of contaminants and the effects of it to surface water and groundwater quality. 4. Briefly explain how the site investigations and the test used to overcome geoenvironmental problems. 5. Briefly explain the treatment technology, the risk assessment and the appropriate mitigation measures for land remediation.

CN301 Geo-environmental Engineering

CC608 Building Services

BUILDING SERVICES gives knowledge on the basic concepts and the principles of the system in a building. The module emphasize is on the electrical installation system, the fire prevention system, the maintenance works, the demolition works, the air conditioning system and the building transportation system. CREDIT (S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Acquire and apply knowledge on electrical and mechanical works according to current rules and regulation by the authority. 2. Explain clearly safety procedures in maintenance and demolition works, air conditioning system and transportation system in the high rise buildings. 3. Demonstrate technical skills to illustrate the systems in building services.

ENERGY SYSTEM course is intended to provide students with the knowledge to understand Energy development is the effort to provide sufficient primary energy sources and secondary energy forms to fulfil civilizations needs. All the topics discussed will help the students to know well about strengths and weaknesses of the different renewable and non-renewable energy technologies. Students will also be know the major concepts, methods, and issues of non-renewable energy CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Describe the characteristics on renewable and non renewable energy. 2. Identify the strengths and weaknesses of the different renewable energy Technologies. 3. Explain long-term and short- term effects on issues that renewable energy and non renewable energy projects on human health and environment. 4. Identify energy conversion, utilization and storage for renewable technologies such as wind power, solar energy, solid biomass, biogas, geothermal energy and hydro energy for growth of renewable energy technologies.

CA605 Multimedia Production

CN604 Energy System

MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTION course provides basic knowledge on multimedia elements. This module focuses on the usage of multimedia application in video production. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. State multimedia elements specifically 2. Apply appropriate multimedia elements in producing video production. 3. Explain the effective methods of using multimedia application.

CQ607 Value Management

VALUE MANAGEMENT course exposes students to value management concepts in controlling the construction cost. The course emphasizes on the method of implementing value management in the construction industry. The course also covers the Pareto principle, the comparison between value management and quantity surveying and also the life cycle costing. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Accurately explain the concept of value management. 2. Justify the role of quantity surveyor in the value management practice, correctly. 3. Accurately explain the value management job plan in construction industry. 4. Accurately explain the function analysis system technique in construction industry. 5. Accurately explain the concept and the purpose of life cycle cost in construction industry.

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AW101 Occupational Safety And Health 1 CC101 Engineering Drawing CC102 Construction Materials And Applications CC103 Engineering Surveying 1 CC201 Engineering Surveying 2 CC202 Contract Procedure CC203 Concrete Technology CC204 Computer Aided Drafting CC205 Mechanics Of Structures CC206 Industrialised Building System CC301 Quantity Measurement CC 302 Highway Engineering CC303 Hydraulics 1 CC304 Geotechnics 1 CN303 Statistics AT401 Industrial Training PB201 Entrepreunership CC501 Hydraulics 2 CC502 Geotechnics 2

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4.0 DIPLOMA OF LAND SURVEYING

4.0 DIPLOMA IN LAND SURVEYING 4.1 PROGRAMME OVERVIEW Land Surveying have become one of the tremendous government tools and instrument to stimulate physical, economic and social development growth at the national and international level. The existing and current national development policies are important agendas in administration, management and implementation that need the qualified knowledge of Land Surveying and Geomatics.

The qualified sub - professional land surveyor with added value knowledge is necessary to cater the current employment market demand. Land Surveying is also an important catalyst in physical development, economic growth and improving standard of living.

The emphasis of Polytechnic Diploma programmed through theoretically subjects and practical method such as lectures, tutorials, assignments, field works, laboratory works, survey camp and industrial training at land surveying firms, engineering consultant firms, local authorities and various government departments are provided to penetrate employment market with supporting skills such as technical skills, soft skill and communication skill. This will give the student some added value and realize that the knowledge and skills from the programme which are relevant to the requirement of Licensed Land Surveyors Board (LJT), Institution Surveyors of Malaysia (ISM) and Department of Survey Malaysia (JUPEM).

4.2 SYNOPSIS

Diploma in Land Surveying will expose the students to the basic aspects of knowledge in Land Surveying, theoretically and practically. The course is carried out theoretically and practically by using methods such as lectures, tutorials, assignment, field work, laboratory work, survey camp, practical training at firms. This programme provides students with knowledge and generates skill in the field of land survey especially on measurement and positioning technique, geospatial data capture, data processing, data analysis and map presentation. The scope of the programmed covers the following areas: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Cadastral survey Engineering Survey Geodesy Hydrographic Survey Remote Sensing Geographical Information System (GIS) Photogrammetry Astronomy Land Law & Regulations Land Management and Development Cartography Survey Adjustment and Computation.

The graduates from this programme will have potentials to work in both private and government sectors locally and abroad. In addition, they also have opportunities to further their studies in other higher learning institutions both locally and abroad

4.3 JOB PROSPECT

This programme provides the knowledge and skills in Land Surveying and geospatial industry. The programme can also be applied to a broad range of careers available. The knowledge and skills that the students acquire from the program will enable them to participate in the job market such as:

1. Land Survey Technical Assistant 2. Hydrography Surveyor Assistant 3. Settlement Officer (SO) 4. Real Estate and Property Officer (Banking and Insurance industry) 5. Land Survey Draftsman 6. CAD/CAM Operator 7. Assistant Falak Syarie Officer 8. Assistant Trafic Controller 9. Assistant Project Coordinator 10. Geographical Information System (GIS) Technical Assistant 11. Geological Survey Assistant 12. Geophysics Technical Assistant 13. Global Positioning System Technical Assistant 14. Dimensional Surveyor 15. Land Development Project Manager 16. Land Survey Site Supervisor 17. Land Survey Consultant Assistant 18. Meteorological Assistant (Penolong Pegawai kajicuaca) 19. Sea Officer Assistant (Penolong Pegawai Laut) 20. Assistant Photogrammetrist 21. Museum Curator Assistant Officer 22. Land Surveying Instrument Marketing Executive

23. Forestry Technical Assistant 24. Assistant Research Officer (MACRES / RISDA / MARDI etc.) 25. Polytechnic and College Community Lecturer Grade DH29 / DH 32 / DH34) 26. Land Survey Instructor 27. Geospatial Data Technical Assistant

4.4 PROGRAMME AIM (PAI) The Polytechnics graduates of Diploma in Land Surveying at Polytechnics will have the knowledge, skills and attitude that will allow them to make tangible contributions and meet new technology challenges. The graduates will communicate and interact responsibly and are able to contribute effectively as a team member. They will practice good work ethics, able to promote good moral and behavior and will continuously enhance their knowledge and skills. They will be adaptable to new development at the work place. The graduates will possess entrepreneur skills to prepare themselves for the future challenges.

4.5 PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOME (PLO) At the end of the programme, the students should be able to: 1. Apply the basic theory and practical knowledge of survey technologies contributions and meet new technology challenges. 2. Perform multi-disciplinary skills in land survey jobs that can perform diverse job functions in producing land title plan, engineering survey plan and report writing using various related CADD with land survey software programme and functions. 3. Contribute effectively in group as a teamwork. 4. Communicate effectively in line of learning enhancement. 5. Apply the contemporary technologies in term of lifelong learning 6. Determine an understanding of professional surveying responsibilities and code of ethics. 7. Function individually or in teams with social skills with a capability to be a leader. 8. Identify and provide creative, innovative and effective solution to land surveying problems. 9. Apply the basic entrepreneurship in land surveying process procedure

4.6 PROGRAMME STRUCTURE 1 COURSE CODE AA101 AA102 AE101 AR101 AW101 BA101 BB101 BC101 CG101 CG102 CG103
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SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 2 2

COURSE ISLAMIC EDUCATION 1 MORAL EDUCATION 1 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH 1 CO-CURICULUM 1 (POLIBRIGED) OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH ENGINEERING MATHEMATIC ENGINEERING SCIENCE COMPUTER APPLICATION ENGINEERING SURVEYING 1 CADASTRAL SURVEY 1 SURVEY COMPUTATION 1

2 COURSE CODE AA201 AR201 AA202 BA201 CG201 CG202 CG203 CG204 CG205 COURSE

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SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR 2 1 2 2 3 2 2 1 2

PENDIDIKAN ISLAM CO-CURICULUM 2 PENDIDIKAN MORAL 2 ENGINEERING MATHEMATIC 2 ENGINEERING SURVEYING 2 CADASTRAL SURVEYING 2 COMPUTATION 2 CADD CARTHOGRAPHY

3 COURSE CODE AA301 AE301 AS101 BA301 CG301 CG302 CG303 CG304

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SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR 2 2 2 2 3 2 2 2

COURSE TAMADUN ISLAM COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 2 SOFT SKILLS ENGINEERING MATHEMATIC ENGINEERING SURVEYING 3 CADASTRAL SURVEYING 3 LAND LAWS & REGULATIONS PHOTOGRAMMETRY 1

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SEMESTER CREDIT HOUR 10

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SEMESTER COURSE COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 3 ENGINEERING SURVEYING 4 CADASTRAL SURVEYING 4 GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS) PHOTOGRAMMETRY 2 REMOTE SENSING 3 GEODESY 1 CREDIT HOUR 2 3 2 3 3 3 2

COURSE CODE AE501 CG501 CG502 CG503 CG504 CG505 CG506

6 SEMESTER COURSE CODE CG601 CG602 CG603 CG604 CG605 PB201 COURSE GEODESI 2 SURVEY ADJUSTMENT HYDROGRAPHIC LAND MANAGEMENT & DEVELOPMENT UTILITY MAPPING ENTREPRENEUSHIP CREDIT HOUR 3 2 3 2 2 2

ELECTIVE COURSE CODE AW201 CG206 CG501 CG606 CG607 COURSE OSHA 2 ASTRONOMY VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING TOPICAL STUDIES TOWN & REGIONAL PLANNING CREDIT HOUR 1 3 2 2 2

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COURSES SYNOPSIS 1
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SEMESTER COURSE LEANING OUTCOMES Di akhir kursus ini, pelajar akan dapat: 1. Membaca ayat-ayat al-Quran dengan bertajwid dan menghafaz surah-surah yang diberikan semasa sesi amali 2. Menerangkan dengan jelas konsep ilmu dalam Islam supaya dapat diamalkan sepanjang hayat 3. Memperkukuhkan pemahaman Tasawwur Islam untuk dijadikan panduan hidup melalui penulisan analitikal berdasarkan situasi yang diberikan 4. Mempamer akhlak terhadap Allah SWT, rasul dan sesama manusia serta menjelaskan secara bertulis isu akhlak berdasarkan situasi yang diberikan 5. Menunjuk cara perlaksanaan ibadah dalam Islam dengan betul dan dipraktikkan dalam kehidupan. Di akhir kursus ini, pelajar akan dapat: 1. menerangkan dengan jelas kepentingan Pendidikan Moral dalam Falsafah Pendidikan Negara. 2. membezakan dengan tepat konsep-konsep dan teori-teori asas moral supaya dapat diaplikasikan dalam kehidupan seharian. 3. menjelaskan secara menyeluruh kebertanggungjawaban dan peranan individu terhadap masyarakat dan negara berdasarkan situasi yang diberi serta membentangkannya secara berkumpulan. 4. menyatakan dengan jelas dasar-dasar utama mewujudkan masyarakat Malaysia untuk menjamin keamanan dan keharmonian negara terus terpelihara. 5. membentangkan dengan tepat secara berkumpulan elemen-elemen yang mencabar nilai-nilai moral dan mencadangkan penyelesaiannya. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: 1. Use appropriate communication skills and registers for social interactions and discussions. 2. Listen to selected conversations/speeches and respond appropriately. 3. Apply dictionary skills correctly to check meanings, pronunciation and usage of words. 4. Pronounce words correctly based on phonetic symbols. 5. Read and respond appropriately to current issues / topics of interest. 6. Write and speak effectively in response to current issues / topics of interest. Di akhir kursus ini, pelajar akan dapat : 1. Menunjukkan semangat muhibah, perpaduan, interaksi dan integrasi nasional selaras dengan Falsafah Pendidikan Kebangsaan. 2. Mempamerkan sahsiah diri individu yang bermoral, berdedikasi dan bertanggungjawab setiap masa dalam segala

COURSE AA101 PENDIDIKAN ISLAM 1

SYNOPSIS Memberi pengetahuan tentang kaedah pembacaan al-Quran, konsep ilmu dan tasawwur Islam meliputi akidah, syariah dan akhlak. Penekanan kursus ini adalah terhadap penghayatan akidah Islam serta perlaksanaan ibadah dalam kehidupan seharian. Kursus ini juga dapat memberi panduan dalam membentuk sikap bertanggungjawab terhadap Allah SWT, manusia dan alam.

AA102 PENDIDIKAN MORAL 1

Memberi pengetahuan tentang konsep asas moral. Kursus ini menekankan konsep dan teori moral serta peranan individu terhadap masyarakat dan negara. Kursus ini juga menerangkan elemen-elemen yang mencabar nilai moral di politeknik.

AE101 COMMUNICATIV E ENGLISH 1

Focuses on speaking skills to develop the ability to communicate effectively and confidently. It is designed to provide students with useful expressions that can be used in a wide variety of social interactions and situations. It also provides students with an opportunity to initiate and participate in group discussions.

AR101 KOKURIKULUM 1 (POLIBRIGED)

Menekankan kepada kemahiran asas yang meliputi aktiviti berkawad, pertolongan cemas, pencegahan kebakaran, protokol dan etiket sosial dan juga pengurusan diri dan jati diri.

AW101 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH 1

Is designed to impart understanding of the basic of safety and health in workplace setting. This course presents aspects of occupational safety and health, which are essential for employees to practice safe and healthy environment, resulting in less hazards at the workplace. Emphasis is placed on the understanding of regulations, OSH management, accident prevention and occupational First-Aid methods. Provides basic knowledge in engineering surveying. The course emphasizes on the distance measurement, bearing, leveling, area and volume works. It also provides early exposure to students in practical work on the field.

urusan yang dilakukan. 3. Menjadi insan yang berketerampilan, berdaya tahan mental dan fizikal, berkeyakinan, berfikiran kreatif, inovatif dan kritis dalam membuat keputusan dan menyelesaikan masalah. 4. Membimbing dan memimpin serta berkeupayaan menjalankan tugas-tugas melalui aktiviti perkhemahan. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: 1. Describe the OSH regulations and compliance and how it will create safe working environment. 2. Identify hazards, risks and safe work practices in order to maintain healthy and safe work environment. 3. Perform related actions to respond to accidents at the workplace.

CG101 ENGINEERING SURVEYING 1

CG102 CADASTRAL SURVEYING 1

Provides students with the knowledge and understanding of the cadastral system in Malaysia. Students are also exposed to cadastral equipment calibration and cadastral field work procedures according to the latest Survey Regulation and Circular issued by the Department of Survey.

CG103 SURVEY COMPUTATION 1

Equips students with knowledge in problem solving related to calculations of field survey.

Upon completion this course, the students should be able to: 1. Correctly describe the different types of surveying method. 2. Explain the history, scope of work of compass and total station surveying correctly. 3. Calculate the units of measurement related to surveying using mathematical and graphical method 4. Work collaboratively in group to conduct leveling survey according to the standard misclose. Upon completion of this course, the students should be able to: 1. Define cadastral survey, standard sheet and certified plan accurately. 2. Explain the functions of land survey agencies in cadastral system and total station specifically. 3. Explain instrument calibration, datum determination, bearing and distance observation, c Correction and misclose according to survey regulation correctly. 4. Independently set-up surveying instrument according to standard procedure. 5. Collaboratively carry out surveying instrument calibration and close Upon completion of this course, the students should be able to: 1. Calculate and differentiate between bearings and angles correctly. 2. Solve problems related to surveying trigonometry and triangles using sine, cosine and Napiers formulae appropriately. 3. Independently determine traverse adjustment and accuracy by using standard procedure. 4. Apply the trigonometry principle to solve missing line, coordinates and area of a surveyed traverse correctly.

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SEMESTER COURSE LEANING OUTCOMES Di akhir kursus ini, pelajar akan dapat : 1. menunjukkan semangat muhibah, perpaduan, interaksi dan integrasi nasional selaras dengan Falsafah Pendidikan Kebangsaan. 2. mengaplikasikan kemahiran asas yang telah dipelajari berdasarkan pengetahuan dan pengalaman melalui aktiviti kokurikulum. 3. menggunakan kaedah-kaedah pengurusan organisasi secara menyeluruh 4. Menjana daya pemikiran yang kreatif, kritis dan mengamalkan sikap berdaya saing serta berketerampilan. 5. Merumus sesuatu maklumat dan situasi berdasarkan pengetahuan atau pengalaman serta membina daya kepimpinan yang berkesan.

Memfokuskan kepada penyediaan pengetahuan dan pengalaman yang boleh dijalankan di dalam dan di luar bilik kuliah bagi perkembangan mental, minat, bakat, jasmani, rohani dan pembentukan nilai-nilai estetika serta sosial yang Positive.

AA201 PENDIDIKAN ISLAM 2

Memberi pengetahuan tentang konsepkonsep kekeluargaan Islam merangkumi isu-isu dan petikan Enakmen Keluarga Islam yang berkaitan dengannya. Selain itu, topik sumbersumber hukum, pengurusan jenazah dan hukum jenayah Islam turut didedahkan dalam kursus ini. Kandungannya lebih memfokuskan cara-cara menangani permasalahan kekeluargaan serta membentuk sikap positif dalam kehidupan berkeluarga, bermasyarakat dan bernegara.

Di akhir kursus ini, pelajar akan dapat: 1. Menggunakan ilmu-ilmu yang berkaitan dengan kekeluargaan Islam untuk diamalkan dalam kehidupan seharian. 2. Menjelaskan secara bertulis isu-isu kekeluargaan yang diberikan dan membentangkannya secara berkumpulan untuk dijadikan panduan dalam menyelesaikan permasalahan kekeluargaan dengan berkesan. 3. Menjustifikasikan dengan tepat sumber hukum iaitu al-Quran, al-Sunnah, al-Ijmak dan al-Qiyas yang digunakan oleh para ulama dalam mengeluarkan hukum. 4. Menunjuk cara pengurusan jenazah secara amali berdasarkan langkah-langkah yang ditetapkan supaya dapat dipraktikkan dalam kehidupan. 5. Mengenalpasti hukum jenayah dalam Islam sebagai panduan dalam kehidupan. Di akhir kursus ini, pelajar akan dapat: 1. Menerangkan dengan jelas tentang kesan kemajuan sains dalam kehidupan manusia 2. Menjelaskan secara terperinci kebaikan dan keburukan perkembangan teknologi maklumat supaya dapat dimanfaatkan dalam kehidupan seharian 3. Membentangkan dengan tepat isu-isu semasa yang melibatkan remaja dan dunia secara berkumpulan berdasarkan situasi yang diberi dan mencadangkan penyelesaiannya secara bertulis 4. Membincangkan dalam bentuk penulisan kepentingan kod etika keprofesionalisme bagi melahirkan tenaga kerja yang berintegriti 5. Menulis dengan jelas kesan budaya kerja negatif terhadap kerjaya individu dan kemajuan Negara bagi memastikan kestabilan Negara

AA202 PENDIDIKAN MORAL 2

MEmberi pengetahuan tentang kesan kemajuan sains dan teknologi maklumat. Kursus ini menekankan tentang pembentukan moral dan etika, isu-isu moral semasa dan isu-isu remaja. Kursus ini juga membincangkan etika keprofesionalisma dalam menghadapi pelbagai cabaran hidup

BA201 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 2

Provide exposure to students regarding complex numbers which explains real and imaginary numbers. This course also emphasizes on calculus and its applications.

CG201 ENGINEERING SURVEYING 2

Provides basic knowledge in the principle of electromagnetic waves in Electronic Distance Measurement (EDM), types of Total Station instruments, instrument error. The module emphasis on basic tachymeter in practical field works, application concept in dimensional and underground survey. Provides students with the knowledge and exposure to conduct cadastral works according to the latest regulations. It emphasizes problem solving in cadastral work such as obstruction of survey line, emplacing boundary marks and implementing the right of way and verification survey.

CG202 CADASTRAL SURVEYING 2

CG203 SURVEY COMPUTATION 2

Equips students with knowledge in problem solving related to boundaries and land division in title survey which include calculation of missing data, three points and distance and route reserve in cadastral work

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:1. Perform basic operations on complex numbers stated in various forms using algebraic operations or by constructing Argands diagrams. 2. Solve problems by applying various differentiation techniques to determine the derivatives of algebraic, trigonometric, logarithmic, exponential and parametric functions up to the second order. 3. Relate the appropriate applications of differentiation in determining stationary points to solve real life optimization and kinematics problems. 4. Discuss the solutions of problems by applying integration methods to determine the definite and indefinite integrals of algebraic, trigonometric, reciprocal and exponential functions. 5. Explain the applications of integration to calculate area and volume of bounded region and to interpret kinematics problems. Upon completing of this course, the students should be able to: 1. Explain the basic principles of electromagnetic wave, latest development of Total Station and properly maintaining the instrument. 2. Contribute actively in conducting a surveying test to find the error an accuracy of an instrument and tachymetry surveying work. 3. Explain the types of work and the instrument used in the dimensional survey correctly Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: 1. Apply cadastral terms and procedures in implementing route reserve, right of way and verification survey specification. 2. Work collaboratively in groups to determine m correction from solar observation and sub-traverse. 3. Produce booking, computation sheet and certified plan exactly according to Jabatan Ukur Pemetaan Malaysia or Jabatan Tanah dan Survei Sarawak or Jabatan Tanah dan Ukur Sabah format. 4. Apply the cadastral surveying principles to solve field problems in cadastral works. 5. Apply the cadastral surveying principles to calculate reifications and secant problems correctly. Upon completing of this course, the students should be able to: 1. Apply the trigonometry principle to solve missing line solve problems related to missing line correctly. 2. Solve boundaries and sub-division problems by using trigonometry principle effectively. 3. Apply appropriate the trigonometry principle to solve secant fixing problems. 4. Solve three points and distance problems correctly by trigonometry principle.

CG204 CADD

Provides students with the knowledge and skill in producing cadastral and engineering survey plans with AutoCAD

Upon completing of this course, the students should be able to: 1. Download collected survey data to computer from

and relevant survey software according to a standard format. It is part of Field To Finish (F2F) concept in survey automation. CG205 CARTOGRAPHY Provides the students with the knowledge on concept and basic principle on generate the map. The course provides the effect related on the map process from the basic information aspect, collected process and graphic info arrangement and also the produce of map. This course assign the knowledge on how the map are being publish with the conventional method and the use of the new technology. 3 COURSE AA301 TAMADUN ISLAM SYNOPSIS Diperkenalkan untuk mendedahkan para pelajar terhadap konsep asas dan prinsip Tamadun Islam. Kursus ini juga membincangkan secara terperinci tentang perjalanan sejarah Tamadun Islam yang bermula pada Zaman Rasulullah SAW sehingga kini yang merangkumi pelbagai aspek seperti Perkembangan ilmu pengetahuan, politik, ekonomi dan sosial. Di akhir kursus ini pelajar didedahkan dengan perbincangan topik pemikiran Islam dan isu-isu semasa yang berkaitan dengan Tamadun Islam. Emphasizes the skills needed to describe products and services as well as processes and procedures. It focuses on the skills to give and respond to instructions. The course will also enable students to make and reply to enquiries and complaints in their future workplace.
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survey equipment successfully. 2. Apply and operate specific command in engineering, cadastral and CADD software. 3. Produce cadastral and engineering plans according to standard procedure. Upon completing of this course, the students should be able to: 1. Explain the history, instrumentation, methods and practice of Cartography appropriately. 2. Handle the Cartographic equipment and software by using standard procedure. 3. Produce and present collaboratively a digital and non digital map by using a proper process.

SEMESTER COURSE LEANING OUTCOMES Di akhir kursus ini, pelajar akan dapat : 1. Menjelaskan dengan tepat konsep Tamadun Islam. 2. Menulis secara kritis dan kreatif sejarah kemunculan dan perkembangan Tamadun Islam sejak Zaman Nabi Muhammad SAW sehingga kini serta membentangkannya secara berkumpulan. 3. Menganalisis konsep kejadian manusia menurut pandangan Islam dan sains supaya dapat difahami hakikat kejadian diri dan mensyukurinya. 4. Menerangkan secara menyeluruh Tamadun Islam yang telah terbukti Berjaya memberi sumbangan besar terhadap perkembangan ilmu dan tamadun manusia supaya dapat dipraktikkan dalam kehidupan seharian. 5. Membincangkan dan membentangkan penyelesaian kepada isu-isu semasa berdasarkan kerangka pemikiran Tamadun Islam. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: 1. Describe products and services clearly and confidently. 2. Describe processes and procedures using appropriate language devices. 3. give clear instructions using the imperatives and respond to instructions appropriately. 4. Make and respond to enquiries using appropriate language. 5. Make and respond to different types of complaints using appropriate language. 6. Deliver an oral presentation on a product / service or a process / procedure using suitable visual aids. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: 1. Portray positive internal and external personality traits during presentation and in both personal and professional life 2. Apply effective communication skills in various verbal and non-verbal forms of communication at workplace, in meetings and interviews. 3. Practice management skills by applying management techniques effectively in handling project given. 4. Enhance effective leadership skills in conducting a group project.

AE301 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 2

AS101 SOFT SKILLS

Covers basic knowledge and skills in soft skills. The course provides exposure and experience for personality development, communication skills, management, leadership, writing and appreciation of professional ethics. This course will develop proactive spirit and attitude in students thus giving confidence to become excellent and charismatic individuals

CG301 ENGINEERING SURVEYING 3

Provides knowledge on principles of engineering survey. The course puts emphasizes on the control survey work, setting out curve, utility detection and automation survey. It also exposes students to field works.

CG302 CADASTRAL SURVEYING 3

Provides students with the knowledge related to title survey, sub-division, partition, amalgamation, alignment and party wall survey and office practice. It also exposes students to practical work by F2F concept until the production of Certified Plan.

CG303 LAND LAWS AND REGULATIONS

Provides exposure and knowledge related to the legislative system which was used in land administration in Peninsular Malaysia before and after the introduction of the National Land Code and also the land administration system for Sabah and Sarawak. This course also explains land disposals, land dealing and transactions, Malay Reserve, Sabah and Sarawak Land Reserve and land acquisition by the State Authority. This knowledge is important in order to solve any problems related to land administration and management. Equips students with knowledge regarding the principles, methods and equipment for aerial survey works. It is important to surveyors in solving problems related to aerial surveys. It also explains the principles and methods in conducting digital

CG304 PHOTOGRAMMET RY 1

5. Demonstrate effective writing skills in producing proper types of reports, letters and curriculum vitae to be applied in future working environment. 6. Apply professional work ethics consisting of protocol and etiquette, accountability and integrity during group presentation, and write reports individually based on materials given on environmental awareness and the aspect of safety and health. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: 1. Conduct organization of raw data into useful statistics to compute central Tendencies and dispersions using appropriate formulae or graphical methods. 2. Solve problems in group by applying Trapezium and Simpsons Rule to Estimate the surface area of irregular shapes. 3. Differentiate between characteristics of an Arithmetic Progression (AP) and a Geometric Progression (GP) in order to solve related problems based on correct use of concept formulae and identification of patterns in a series of numbers. 4. Solve simultaneous linear equations up to 3 variables in group by using various methods based on the utilization matrices.5. Discuss in group the process of locating the roots of non-linear equations accurately by using the simple fixed point iteration and Newton-Raphson methods. Upon completion of this course, the students should be able to: 1. Explain title survey, pre-computation, boundary marks, methods of cadastral measurement, subdivision, partition, amalgamation, alignment and party wall survey And office practice correctly. 2. Work collaboratively in group to conduct cadastral survey by F2F concept successfully. 3. Produce certified plan (CP) exactly according to JUPEM or JTSS or JTUS. Upon completing this course, the students should be able to: 1. explain and present the land administration in Peninsular Malaysia before and after the introduction of the National Land Code (NLC) and also the land Administration system for Sabah and Sarawak effectively. 2. Explain the land dealings and transactions effectively. 3. Explain land disposals by means of alienation and other than alienation correctly. 4. Deliver a presentation of Malay Reserve and also Sabah and Sarawak Land Reserve effectively.5. Determine an understanding of land acquisition and Land Acquisition Act 34 (1960) effectively. Upon completion of the course, the students should be able to: 1. Describe basic principles and operations in photogrammetry effectively.2. Recognize the orientation elements correctly.3. Conduct relative calculations related to equipment or field operations accurately.4. Conduct processes and procedures in producing maps using digital photogrammetry Correctly. 5. Prepare maps using software correctly.

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SEMESTER COURSE LEANING OUTCOMES Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: 1. Apply the technology studied. 2. Practice effective communication. 3. Demonstrate the development of human capital. 4. Professionally comply with policies, procedures and rules of the organization 5. Produce report.

Covers the basic knowledge and skills of the internship which students will undergo during the fourth semester of the Diploma program. This course provides exposure and experience to students in terms of technology literacy, effective Communication, development of human capital, policies, procedures and regulations, professional perspective and reporting. This course will build enthusiasm and a proactive attitude in students and hence boost their confidence to become excellent trainees.
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5 COURSE AE501 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 3 SYNOPSIS

SEMESTER COURSE LEANING OUTCOMES Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: 1. Present ideas and opinions in oral and written form. 2. Read and analyze job advertisements. 3. Make and reply to job enquiries. 4. Prepare resumes when applying for jobs. 5. Write cover letters to accompany resumes. 6. Respond to interview questions using appropriate language.

Aims to develop critical reflection skills in the students. It also emphasizes work-related communication skills. Students will learn the process of job hunting which includes job search strategies and awareness of workplace issues. The students will develop skills to introduce themselves, highlight Their strengths and abilities, present ideas, express opinions and able to establish rapport and respond appropriately during interviews.

CG501 ENGINEERING SURVEYING 4

Provides knowledge of the principles in engineering surveying. The course emphasizes the specifications of survey equipment, control survey work, setting out survey, monitoring survey and automation survey. It also exposes to survey practical on the field.

CG502 CADASTRAL SURVEYING 4

Will provide students with the knowledge on coordinated cadastral system and cadastral electronic services. It emphasizes on the usage of GPS/GNSS equipment for cadastral work via post processing and MyRTKnet environment. Besides, students are also exposed to marine cadastre and professional practice as licensed surveyor.

Upon completing this course, the students should be able to: 1. Correctly describe the basic concept specification, errors, precaution and maintenance of survey instruments. 2. Explain the definitions, methods of survey, standards fixed by Public Works Department (JKR) and others agencies involved in construction. 3. Use the appropriate principles and theories to explain the concept of monitoring survey correctly. 4. Contribute actively in conducting a surveying procedure, plotting of engineering plans using survey software and calculate the formulae of area and volume. Upon completion of this course, the students should be able to: 1. Explain and deliver presentation of coordinated cadastral system, e-cadastre, e-tanah, marine cadastre, strata and stratum title correctly. 2. Explain functions of Land Surveyor Board (LJT) Peninsula Malaysia, Institution of Surveyors Malaysia (ISM), Association of Authorized Land Surveyors (PEJUTA) and Licensed Surveyor Act 1958 specifically. 3. Work collaboratively in group to conduct GPS/GNSS

CG503 GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

CG504 PHOTOGRAMMET RY 2

Emphasizes the utilization of computer software, databases, and survey technology via hands-on exercises in field data collection, input, conversion, analysis, map output and multimedia presentation. The knowledge and skills gained in your studies can be applied to work in various industrial sectors, including surveying, mapping, local and regional government, forestry, agriculture, town planning, military, health, business, education and the environment. Equips students with knowledge of map products from a pair of aerial photos using digital Photogrammetry equipments. This course also focuses on techniques of aerial triangulation, rectification, orthophoto and close range photogrammetry. Equips students with the knowledge of imagery concept. This course explains the concept of data capture from electromagnetic energy recording, by sensors brought by airplane or satellite. This course also develops students skills in using software for digital image processing, digital image enhancement and image classification. Introduces students to the field related with geodesy and provides knowledge of the reference surface in geodesy, ellipsoidal geometry characteristics, datum in geodesy, geodesy coordinate system, calculation on ellipsoids and placing observation data onto an ellipsoid.

equipment calibration exactly according to JUPEM regulation. 4. Work collaboratively in group to conduct GPS/GNSS cadastral survey by post processing and MyRTKnet method exactly according to JUPEM regulation. 5. Contribute actively to conduct strata title survey exactly according to JUPEM regulation. Upon completion of this course students should be able to:1. Define GIS basic concept of data and components correctly 2. Identify resources and GIS data formats according to government mapping agencies 3. Correctly differentiate between data spatial management and GIS attributes 4. Explain the analysis of spatial rudiments and GIS applications in the public and private sectors in Malaysia briefly 5. Conduct a practical using GIS application software properly Upon completing this course, the students should be able to: 1. Explain tilted photo and the concept of coordinate transformation correctly 2. Conduct aerial triangulation, rectification and orthophoto successfully. 3. Conduct closed range photogrammerty successfully. 4. conduct map compilation correctly 5. Describe LIDAR technology in mapping correctly Upon completing this course, the students should be able to: 1. Use the appropriate principles and theories to explain the concept of remote sensing 2. Explain correctly the type and precise of image 3. Apply and conduct with accurately geometric correction using any computer software 4. Conduct image classification using any computer software Upon completion of this course, the students should be able to: 1. Apply appropriate principles and theories to explain the geodesy concept and its basis for geodetic surveying. 2. Explain and calculate the properties of the ellipsoid revolution, deflection of vertical and data reduction and computation on ellipsoid precisely. 3. Calculate the geodetic coordinate system on ellipsoid precisely according to the specific formulae.

CG505 REMOTE SENSING

CG506 GEODESY 1

6 SEMESTER COURSE CG601 GEODESY 2 SYNOPSIS Introduces students to gravity measurement and gravity data reduction on ellipsoid, precise levelling, GPS levelling method, height system in geodesy, up-todate development of Malaysia geodetic network and positioning with GPS. COURSE LEANING OUTCOMES Upon completion of this course, the students should be able to: 1. Use appropriate principles and theories to explain the aspect of physical geodesy. 2. Contribute actively in conducting precise levelling with the sufficient knowledge and skills on the use of Barometric height accurately according to regulation. 3. Work collaboratively in groups to carry out triangulation and GPS (Global Positioning system) according to coordinate transformation system. 4. Apply the equipment and other state-of-the arttechnology in geospatial environment precisely. Upon completion of this course, the students should be able to: 1. Correctly describe the measurement concept and survey adjustments. 2. Use the appropriate principles and theories to explain the concept of error propagation. 3. Describe the principles of least square adjustment using the least square equations. 4. Solve the Least Square Adjustment in survey work using survey adjustment software accurately. Upon completion of this course, the students should be able to: 1. Define hydrographic survey accurately. 2. Explain function of hydrographic agencies, tides, planning procedures, Positioning and sounding specifically. 3. Prepare plan of work for hydrographic survey according to standard procedures correctly. 4. Collaboratively conduct hydrographic survey according to hydrographic standards. 5. Produce hydrographic charts exactly according to International Hydrography Organisation (IHO)

CG602 SURVEY ADJUSTMENT

Provides the students with knowledge on adjustment. The course emphasizes the calculation of adjustment using the least square adjustment method by means of observation and condition equations in solving surveyed data. Besides, its also provides students with knowledge and practical skills to calculate and adjust surveyed data. Course will provide students with the fundamental knowledge in hydrographic survey including the theory of tides, plan of works, techniques for positioning and sounding, charts production process and also one week practical camp to expose hydrographical survey working environment from planning to charts production.

CG603 HYDROGRAPHIC SURVEYING

CG604 LAND MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT

Provides students with the exposure and knowledge related to land management and development in Malaysia. The module emphasizes land management and development under Strata Title Act 1985, underground land development, mining land development, and land development under Group Settlement Area (GSA). Students are also exposed to planning aspects under Town and Rural Planning Act (Act 172) and land development process.

Upon completing this course, the students should be able to: 1. Explain the concept and process of vertical development (strata) correctly. 2. Explain the definition, concept and process of underground land development (stratum) correctly. 3. Explain the land development based on Mineral Development Act 1994 and State Mineral Enactment specifically. 4. Explain the purpose and process of land development under Group Settlement Area Act 1960 (GSA 1960) specifically. 5. Explain the planning needs under Town and Rural Planning Act 1976 (Act 172 Latest amendment) and also land development process specifically.

CG605 UTILITY MAPPING

Exposes the students to the definition, history, objectives, scope, method of survey, processing and mapping of underground utility mapping. The entire topic provides give knowledge to the students in

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: 1. Describe the history, objectives, scope and utility quality level attributes of utility mapping correctly. 2. Identify instruments used in underground detection survey precisely

field works such as determining the positions of underground materials on earth surface.

3. Explain the azimuth of a control survey and method of survey for utility mapping correctly. 4. Explain the processing of utilities data collecting by different control survey instruments, underground detection survey instruments and National Underground Utility Database according the JUPEM organization. 5. Conduct a control survey and utility mapping and process the utilities data collecting precisely.

PB201 Focuses the principles and concept ENTREPRENEURSHIP of Entrepreneurship. This course concentrates on the systematic methods of getting business ideas. This course also prepares the students on ways to conduct and control the business including fundamental of management, marketing and financing. It also emphasize on the preparation of business plan, thus developing their entrepreneurial skills.

Upon completing this course, students should be able to: 1. Explain clearly the concept of entrepreneurship, business ownership and procedures in setting up a business in case study given.2. Work cooperatively in group to complete an assign project based on entrepreneurial skills .3. Present creatively a business plan prepared via group based on business knowledge.

ELECTIVE COURSE AW201 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH 2 SYNOPSIS Is designed to impart understanding of the self-regulatory concepts and explain the requirements and provisions under the OSHA. This course presents the responsibilities of workers in implementing and complying with safe and healthy approaches at work. Understanding of notifications of accidents, dangerous occurrence, poisoning and diseases and liability for offences will be imparted upon students. This course will also provide an understanding of the key issues in workplace ergonomics and guide the students gradually into this multi-disciplinary science. Equips students with knowledge on the position of celestial bodies such as the moon, sun, stars and planets with reference to earth. This study is important to land surveyors in field works such as determining the azimuth in land boundaries, checking angles in long traverse and determining geodetic positions or geographic points on earth. Provides students with knowledge of the programming concepts using the Visual Basic programming language. The course emphasizes on design the programmed which includes examining code, looping statement and also creates and document naming standard. COURSE LEANING OUTCOMES Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: 1. Explain briefly the occupational safety and health ordinance and act in Malaysia. 2. Identify the basic causes of incidents, hazards and preventive safe work practices. 3. Adapt the appropriate equipment and tools to create safe working environment. 4. Adhere to the safety procedures in respective fields.

CG206 ASTRONOMY

CG507 VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: 1. Explain field astronomy, solar system and astronomical coordinates system correctly. 2. Solve spherical triangle problems correctly by using astronomical triangle principles. 3. Compute the azimuth of a survey line accurately according to survey regulation 4. Calculate time in field astronomy, kiblah direction and prayer time exactly based on location. Upon completion this course, the students should be able to: 1. Explain programming concept for window application, object-based and event driven in visual basic correctly. 2. Create the coding, looping, variable and procedures correctly. 3. Design programmed using the visual basic language correctly.

CG606 TOPICAL STUDIES

CG607 TOWN AND REGIONAL PLANNING

Equips the students with the ability to apply or put into practice theories of land survey that have been learned every semester. The land survey courses include the cadastral, engineering survey, hydrography, astronomy, cartography, photogrammetry, geodesy, Geographic Information System (GIS), remote sensing, land laws and regulations, land management and development, survey adjustment and utility mapping. This course trains the students in developing their skills in communication, team work, work planning and decision making. They are also trained to make recommendation and use all the facilities that are available creatively. Provides students with knowledge of the town and regional planning field. This course focuses on classic theory of planning, functions of Town and Country Planning Act (ACT 172) and development plans. It also provides knowledge of the preparation of housing layout plans.

Upon completing this course, the students should be able to: 1. Explain the method of doing topical study correctly. 2. Conduct the studies in land survey applications specifically. 3. Produce topical study concisely that include fundamental and applied studies of any land survey field.

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:1. Describe the importance of town planning field accurately. 2. Explain the conventional theory of town planning specifically. 3. Describe the development of planning as practice in Malaysia specifically. 4. Describe the contents of development plan procedures correctly.5. Provide basic housing layout plan according to Malaysia standard correctly.

4.8 PROGRAMME STRUCTURE FOR DIPLOMA IN LAND SURVEYING


COURSE CODE

COURSE SEMESTER 1

COURSE CODE

COURSE SEMESTER 5

AA 101 AA 102 AE 101 AR 101 BA 101 BB 101 BC 101 AW 101 CG 101 CG 102 CG 103

Islamic Education 1 / 2 Moral Education 1 Communicative English 1 Co-Curriculum 1 Engineering Mathematics 1 Engineering Science Computer Application Occupational Safety and Healthy 1 Eng. Surveying 1 Cadastral Surveying 1 Surveying Computation 1 TOTAL SEMESTER 2 0 0 2 2 0 1 2 1 2 8 4 2 1 1 2 0 3 3 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 2

AE 501 CG 501 CG 502 CG 503

Communicative English Eng. Surveying 4 Cadastral Surveying 4 Geographical Information System Photogrammetry 2 Remote Sensing Geodesy 2 TOTAL SEMESTER 6

1 2 1 2 2 2 2 12

2 3 3 2 2 2 0 12

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 3 2 3 3 3 2 12

2 2 1 1 3 2 2 14 CG 601 PB 201 CG 602 CG 603 CG 504 CG 505 CG 506

Geodesy 2 Entrepreneurship Survey Adjustment Hydrographic Surveying Land Management & Development Utility Mapping Town and Regional Planning TOTAL TOTAL CREDIT

2 2 2 2 2 1 2 13 92

3 0 0 3 0 2 0 8

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

3 2 2 3 2 2 2 16

AA 201 AA 202 AR 201 BA201 CG 201 CG 202 CG 203 CG 204 CG 205 CG 206

Islamic Education 1 / 2 Moral Education 1 Co-Curriculum 2 Engineering Mathematics 2 Eng. Surveying 2 Cadastral Surveying 2 Surveying Computation 1 CADD Cartography Astronomy TOTAL SEMESTER 3 0 2 2 1 2 0 1 2 12 2 0 3 3 0 2 2 2 15 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 3 2 2 1 2 3 18 1 0 2

CG 604 CG 605 CG 607

*** Students can select any of the elective courses that are offered by the department. Students are required to take a minimum of four credits of elective course.

COURSE CODE

COURSE ***ELECTIVE

AW 201 CG 606 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 12 0 2 2 0 3 3 0 2 12 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 16

Occupational Safety and Healty 2 Topical Studies


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AA 301 AE 301 AS 101 BA 301 CG 301 CG 302 CG 303 CG 304

Islamic Civilization Communicative English 2 Soft Skills Engineering Mathematics 3 Eng. Surveying 3 Cadastral Surveying 3 Land Laws & Regulations Photogrammetry 1 TOTAL SEMESTER 4

L : Lecture

P : Practical/Lab

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AT 401

Industrial Training

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5.0 5.1 5.1.1

SUPPORTING DEPARTMENTS AND UNITS MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE AND COMPUTER DEPARTMENT (JMSK) ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT Syajaratul Dur Binti Ramli (Acting) [DH 44] SECRETARY Saamah Binti Hassan Faizatulhaida binti Md. Isa HEAD OF MATHEMATICS COURSE Syajaratul Dur Binti Ramli [DH 44] HEAD OF SCIENCE COURSE Sharuddin Bin Hussain [DH 44] HEAD OF COMPUTER COURSE Mohd Zamri Bin Hamid [DH 44] ASST. HEAD OF COMPUTER COURSE Siti Hajar Binti Md Saad @ Mohd Yusof LECTURERS 1. Haryani Binti Hamid 2. Muhd Hafizhidayat B Zainol Abidin 3. Norhayati Binti Ismail 4. Izlin Zuriani Binti Ishak 5. Nur Azlina Bt Mohamed Mokmin 6. Saamah Binti Hassan 7. Siti Mariam Binti Rajab 8. Mohd Azral Bin Fauzi 9. Fatim Fauziani Binti Hussin

ASST. HEAD OF MATHEMATICS COURSE Noor Azimah Binti Abdul Ghani

ASST. HEAD OF SCIENCE COURSE Nor Lian Binti Mohd Nordin

LECTURERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Maziah Binti Omar Baharudin Bin Azit Masniza Bt Musa Wan Norsariza Binti Wan Husin Hasliza Binti Halim Fatin Hamimah Binti Mohamed Salleh Siti Suhiza Binti Ahmad Faridah Binti Ismail

LECTURERS 1. Nor Marliana Bt Zakaria 2. Fazaliana Binti Zamzuri 3. Muhamad Zhahir Bin Mohamad Zulkufli 4. Minarnie Hadzira Binti Mohamed 5. Nurulain Binti Ahmad 6. Faizatulhaida Binti Md Isa 7. Nang Saruni Binti Nek Ali 8. Noorhafiza Binti Mahmud 9. Noraisyah Binti Alias 10. Nur Elyani Binti Musa

5.1.2 No. 1

MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE AND COMPUTER DEPARTMENT LECTURERS Name [Vacant] Designation Head Of Department Head Of Course (Computer) Head Of Course (Mathematic) Head Of Course (Science) Lecturer Contact No. 044033333 (2010) 044033333 (2340) 044033333 (2336) 044033333 (2337) 044033333 (2010) 044033333 (2339) 044033333 (2339) 044033333 (2339) 044033333 (2480) 044033333 (2338) 044033333 (2480) 044033333 (2480) 044033333 (2480) 044033333 (2381) 044033333 (2334) 044033333 (2334) 044033333 (2334) 044033333 (2334) 044033333 (2381) E-mail

Mohd Zamri Bin Hamid

zamri@ptsb.edu.my

Syajaratul Dur Binti Ramli

syajaratul@ptsb.edu.my

Sharuddin Bin Hussain

sharuddin@ptsb.edu.my

Dr. Khalid Gazi Bin Hj. Ali Noor Azimah Binti Abdul Ghani

khalid_gazi@ptsb.edu.my

Lecturer

azimah@ptsb.edu.my

Nor Lian Binti Mohd Nordin Siti Hajar Binti Md Saad @ Mohd Yusof Maziah Binti Omar

Lecturer

norlian@ptsb.edu.my

Lecturer

siti_hajar@ptsb.edu.my

Lecturer

maziah@ptsb.edu.my

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Baharudin Bin Azit

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baha@ptsb.edu.my

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Masniza Bt Musa Wan Norsariza Binti Wan Husin Hasliza Binti Halim Fatin Hamimah Binti Mohamed Salleh Siti Suhiza Binti Ahmad

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masniza@ptsb.edu.my

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norsariza@ptsb.edu.my

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hasliza_halim@ptsb.edu.my

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hamimah@ptsb.edu.my

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siti_suhiza@ptsb.edu.my

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Faridah Binti Ismail

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faridah@ptsb.edu.my

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Nor Marliana Bt Zakaria

Lecturer

normarliana@ptsb.edu.my

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Fazaliana Binti Zamzuri Muhamad Zhahir Bin Mohamad Zulkufli

Lecturer

fazaliana@ptsb.edu.my

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zhahir@ptsb.edu.my

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Minarnie Hadzira Binti Mohamed Nurulain Binti Ahmad

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Lecturer

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Faizatulhaida Binti Md Isa

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Nang Saruni Binti Nek Ali

Lecturer

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Noorhafiza Binti Mahmud

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Noraisyah Binti Alias

Lecturer

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Nur Elyani Binti Musa Haryani Binti Hamid Muhd Hafizhidayat B Zainol Abidin Norhayati Binti Ismail

Lecturer

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Izlin Zuriani Binti Ishak Nur Azlina Bt Mohamed Mokmin Saamah Binti Hassan

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Lecturer

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Siti Mariam Binti Rajab

Lecturer

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Mohd Azral Bin Fauzi

Lecturer

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Fatim Fauziani Binti Hussin

Lecturer

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Hazwani Sikin Binti AbdullaH

Lab Assistant

044033333 (2381) 044033333 (2338) 044033333 (2339) 044033333 (2338) 044033333 (2381) 044033333 (2381) 044033333 (2381) 044033333 (2480) 044033333 (2334) 044033333 (2480) 044033333 (2338) 044033333 (2334) 044033333 (2381) 044033333 (2334) 044033333 (2381) 044033333 (2338) 044033333 (2344)

minarnie@ptsb.edu.my

nurulain@ptsb.edu.my

faizatul@ptsb.edu.my

nangsaruni@ptsb.edu.my

noorhafiza@ptsb.edu.my noraisyah_alias@ptsb.edu.my

elyani@ptsb.edu.my

haryani@ptsb.edu.my

hafizhidayat@ptsb.edu.my

norhayati@ptsb.edu.my

izlin@ptsb.edu.my

nur_azlina@ptsb.edu.my

saamah@ptsb.edu.my

sitimariam@ptsb.edu.my

azral@ptsb.edu.my

fatim@ptsb.edu.my

hazwani@ptsb.edu.my

5.1.3 SEMESTER

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME COURSE

SYNOPSIS

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME (CLO)

BA101 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1 exposes students to algebra, standard form, index and logarithm, geometry and measurement as well as coordinates geometry and graph, theoretically and practically. This course also explains the basic concept of trigonometry and its functions in solving problems. CREDIT ( S ): 2 PREREQUISITE(S): NONE

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Identify the basic concept of Basic Algebra, Standard Form, Index and Logarithm, Trigonometry, Geometry and Measurement, and Coordinate Geometry and Graph. (C1) Apply the concept and suitable method of Basic Algebra, Standard Form, Index and Logarithm, Trigonometry, Geometry and Measurement, and Coordinate Geometry and Graph. (C3, P1) Solve the related mathematical problems by using suitable steps in Trigonometry, and Geometry and Measurement. (A2)

SEMESTER

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ENGINEERING SCIENCE is an applied science with theoretical concepts and practical learning sessions that can be applied in the engineering fields. This course focuses on the Physical Quantities, Measurement, Linear Motion, Force, Work, Energy, Power, Solid, Fluid, Temperature, Heat and Electricity. CREDIT ( S ): 2 PREREQUISITE(S): NONE

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BB101 ENGINEERING SCIENCE

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Identify the basic concept of physical quantities, measurement, linear motion, force, work, energy, power, solid, fluid, temperature, heat and electricity. (C1) Apply concept of physical quantities, measurement, linear motion, solid, fluid, temperature and heat to prove related physics principles. (C2, P1) Apply the concept of linear motion, force, work, energy, power, solid, fluid, temperature, heat and electricity in real basic engineering problems. (C2, A1)

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COMPUTER APPLICATION

COMPUTER APPLICATION provides knowledge and skills to students relating to various types of computer systems and its application especially pertaining to hardware and software. This course also exposes students to different packages of software applications for word processor, spreadsheet, project management, presentation and internet. The students will also have opportunity to manipulate and

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Identify basic of computer system. (C1) Use internet to search appropriate data and produce simple website. (P3, A1) Produce documents using word processor, spreadsheet, project management, presentation and multimedia software. (P3)

BC101

create a variety of techniques and styles to produce documents, spreadsheets, charts and presentations. This course emphasizes on the practical aspects of using computer applications. CREDIT ( S ):1 PREREQUISITE(S):NONE SEMESTER

COURSE

SYNOPSIS

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME (CLO)

BA201 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 2

ENGINEEERING MATHEMATICS 2 provides exposure to students regarding complex numbers which explains real and imaginary numbers. This course also emphasizes on calculus and its applications. CREDIT ( S ):2 PREREQUISITE(S):BA101

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Explain basic operations on complex numbers stated in various forms using algebraic operations or by constructing Argands diagrams. (C2) Apply various differentiation techniques to determine the derivatives of algebraic, trigonometric, logarithmic, exponential and parametric functions up to the second order including solving real life optimization and kinematic problems. (C3, P1) Use suitable integration methods in solving related problems to determine the definite and indefinite integrals of algebraic, trigonometric, reciprocal and exponential functions. (C3, A1) Transform raw data into useful statistics to compute central tendencies and dispersions using appropriate formula or graphical methods. (C2) Apply Trapezium and Simpsons Rules, Arithmetic Progression (AP) and Geometric Progression (GP) formulae in solving given problems. (C3, P1) Select suitable methods to solve simultaneous linear equations and non-linear equations problems. (A2)

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ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 3 exposes students to the statistical concept and its applications in interpreting data. Estimation of area under irregular shapes is also included. This course introduces the applications of arithmetic and geometric progressions and matrix concept to solve simultaneous equation by inverse matrix method and Cramers Rule. The Numerical Method enables students to solve simultaneous linear and non-linear equations. CREDIT ( S ):2 PREREQUISITE(S):NONE

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BA301 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 3

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BA501 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 4

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 4 consists of topics such as binomial and series expansion as well as vector, scalar, partial fraction and Laplace Transform. This course also discuss on analytical geometry of conics for mechanical engineering students. CREDIT ( S ):2 PREREQUISITE(S):BA201

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Use binomial expansion and power series to find the required value. (C3, P1) Solve related problems of vectors and partial fractions by using suggested method. (C3) Perform the solution of advanced calculus problems using Laplace Transform and Inverse Laplace Transform based on appropriate theorems. (A2) Present the graphs of analytical geometry for conics by analyzing their equations. (A2)

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BA601 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 5

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 5 exposes students to hyperbolic, inverse hyperbolic and inverse trigonometric functions. This course also introduces differentiation and integration. Differential equation topic is included to guide students to understand the methods of solving differential equations. CREDIT ( S ):2 PREREQUISITE(S):BA501

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Find the values for hyperbolic, inverse hyperbolic and inverse trigonometric functions based on solid comprehension of these functions. (C1) Respond to the given problems by using advanced differentiation and integration formula. (C3, P3) Analyze the solutions of first and second order differential equations by using the appropriate methods. (C4, A2)

5.1.4

MATRIX OF COURSE ASSESSMENT*

# Pst = Presentation, Pjk = Project *Subject to changes

Code & Course BA101 Engineering Mathematics 1 BB101 Engineering Science BC101 Computer Application BA201 Engineering Mathematics 2 BA301 Engineering Mathematics 3 BA501 Engineering Mathematics 4 BA601 Engineering Mathematics 5

Quiz Qty %

Theory Test Qty %

End Of Chapter Qty %

Practical Exercise Qty %

Group Discussion Qty %

Lab Work Qty %

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100

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100

5.2 5.2.1

GENERAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT (JPA) ORGANISATIONAL CHART


HEAD OF DEPARTMENT NORMALA ABDUL HAMID

HEAD OF ISLAMIC EDUCATION & MORAL COURSE NAIMAH ISMAIL

HEAD OF LANGUAGE NOR FADZILAH MOHD TAIB

LECTURER SITI AISHAH OTHMAN LECTURER NORAINI SULAIMAN LECTURER LATIFAH HUSAIN LECTURER ABDUL SAMAD MAT@ISA LECTURER MAZLINA OMAR LECTURER ZURAIHA MOHD ZAIN LECTURER MOHAMMAD NAJWA MOHD HASBULLAH

SENIOR LECTURER HASLINA HASSAN

LECTURER HANIZA MUHAMMAD LECTURER BADRUL HISHYAM HAMID LECTURER LACHMY NARAYANA JOGULU LECTURER ISYATI SUPARMAN LECTURER SELVAMALAR SELVARAJAN LECTURER NURHAIDA ABDULLAH HADI LECTURER W. NUR ASHIKIN W. MANSOR

LECTURER ASMAH MOHD SUBARI@SARMAN LECTURER ROHANA NAWI LECTURER FADZILAH ABDUL RAHMAN LECTURER MUHAMMAD AMIN HASAN LECTURER WAN NOR HASNAH WAN YUNUS LECTURER NURUL ASMA EFFENDI LECTURER MUHAMMAD TAUFIK ABDUL TALIB LECTURER ZULHAZMI ABDUL KADIR

LECTURER YOGESWARI PADMANATHAN LECTURER NADIAH ZAINOL ABIDIN@MD GHAZALI LECTURER NIK HANIZA NIK NGAH LECTURER NOOR HAFIZA ZAINUDDIN LECTURER MOHD AZRIL ADNAN LECTURER MAHFUZA MUSA LECTURER NURUL HUDA ABDUL RAZAK LECTURER NUR SYUHADA MOHD RADZI LECTURER SYAHIDA CHE ISMAIL LECTURER RUZLINDA MUSTAFFA

5.2.2

GENERAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT LECTURERS

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Name Normala Binti Abdul Hamid Naimah Binti Ismail Nor Fadzilah Binti Mohd Taib Haslina Binti Hassan Abdul Samad Mat @ Isa Asmah Binti Mohd Subari @ Sarman Badrul Hishyam Bin Hamid Fadzilah Binti Abdul Rahman Haniza Binti Muhammad Isyati Binti Suparman Lachmy Narayana A/L Jogulu Latifah binti Husain Mazlina Binti Omar Mahfuza Binti Musa Muhammad Najwa Bin Mahammed Hasbullah Mohd Azril Bin. Adnan Muhammad Amin Hassan Muhammad Taufik Bin Abdul Talib Noor Hafiza Binti Zainuddin Noraini Binti Sulaiman Nadiah Binti Zainol Abidin @ Md Ghazali Nik Haniza Binti Nik Ngah Nur Syuhada Binti Mohd Radzi Nurhaida Abdullah Hadi

Designation Head Of Department Head Of Programme Head Of Programme Senior Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer

Contact No. 03-4033333 (2009) 03-4033333 (2352) 03-4033333 (2348) 03-4033333 (2347) 03-4033333 (2348) 03-4033333 (2349) 03-4033333 (2348) 03-4033333 (2349) 03-4033333 (2350) 03-4033333 (2349) 03-4033333 (2349) 03-4033333 (2350) 03-4033333 (2349) 03-4033333 (2350) 03-4033333 (2348) 03-4033333 (2348) 03-4033333 (2348) 03-4033333 (2348) 03-4033333 (2349) 03-4033333 (2349) 03-4033333 (2348) 03-4033333 (2350) 03-4033333 (2348) 03-4033333 (2349)

E-mail normala_ah@ptsb.edu.my

naimah@ptsb.edu.my fadzilah@ptsb.edu.my haslina@ptsb.edu.my samad@ptsb.edu.my asmah@ptsb.edu.my badrul@ptsb.edu.my fadzilah@ptsb.edu.my haniza@ptsb.edu.my isyati@ptsb.edu.my lachmynarayan@ptsb.edu.my latifah@ptsb.edu.my mazlina@ptsb.edu.my mahfuza@ptsb.edu.my najwa@ptsb.edu.my azril@ptsb.edu.my amin@ptsb.edu.my taufik@ptsb.edu.my nor_hafiza@ptsb.edu.my noraini_sulaiman@ptsb.edu.my nadiah@ptsb.edu.my nikhaniza@ptsb.edu.my syuhada@ptsb.edu.my nurhaida@ptsb.edu.my

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Name Nurul Asma BInti Effendi Nurul Huda Binti Abdul Razak Rohana Binti Nawi Ruzlinda Binti Mustaffa Selvamalar A/p Selvarajan Siti Aisyah Binti Othman Syahida Binti Che Ismail Wan Nor Hasnah Binti Wan Yunus Wan Nur Ashikin binti Wan Mansor Yogeswari A/P Padmanathan Zulhazmi Bin Abdul Kadir Zuraiha Binti Mohd Zain

Designation Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer

Contact No. 03-4033333 (2348) 03-4033333 (2349) 03-4033333 (2349) 03-4033333 (2349) 03-4033333 (2348) 03-4033333 (2349) 03-4033333 (2348) 03-4033333 (2350) 03-4033333 (2350) 03-4033333 (2350) 03-4033333 (2348) 03-4033333 (2349)

E-mail asma@ptsb.edu.my huda@ptsb.edu.my rohana@ptsb.edu.my ruzlinda@ptsb.edu.my selvamalar@ptsb.edu.my aisyah@ptsb.edu.my syahida@ptsb.edu.my nor_hasnah@ptsb.edu.my wan_ashikin@ptsb.edu.my yogeswari@ptsb.edu.my zulhazmi@ptsb.edu.my zuraiha@ptsb.edu.my

5.2.3

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME (CLO)

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AA101 PENDIDIKAN ISLAM 1

PENDIDIKAN ISLAM 1 memberi pengetahuan tentang kaedah pembacaan al-Quran, konsep ilmu dan tasawwur Islam meliputi akidah, syariah dan akhlak. Penekanan kursusini adalah terhadap penghayatan akidah Islam serta perlaksanaan ibadah-ibadah dalam kehidupan seharian. Kursus ini juga dapat memberi panduan dalam membentuk sikap bertanggungjawab terhadap Allah SWT, manusia dan alam. KREDIT : 2 PRASYARAT : TIADA

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Membaca ayat-ayat al-Quran dengan bertajwid dan menghafaz surah-surah yang diberikan semasa sesi amali. Menerangkan dengan jelas konsep ilmu dalam Islam supaya dapat diamalkan sepanjang hayat. Memperkukuhkan pemahaman Tasawwur Islam untuk dijadikan panduan hidup melalui penulisan analitikal berdasarkan situasi yang diberikan. Mempamer akhlak terhadap Allah SWT, rasul dan sesama manusia serta menjelaskan secara bertulis isu akhlak berdasarkan situasi yang diberikan. Menunjuk cara perlaksanaan ibadah dalam Islam dengan betul dan dipraktikkan dalam kehidupan. Menggunakan ilmu-ilmu yang berkaitan dengan kekeluargaan Islam untuk diamalkan dalam kehidupan seharian. Menjelaskan secara bertulis isu-isu kekeluargaan yang diberikan dan membentangkannya secara berkumpulan untuk dijadikan panduan dalam menyelesaikan permasalahan kekeluargaan dengan berkesan. Menjustifikasikan dengan tepat sumber hukum iaitu al-Quran, al-Sunnah, al-Ijmak dan alQiyas yang digunakan oleh para ulama dalam mengeluarkan hukum. Menunjuk cara pengurusan jenazah secara amali berdasarkan langkah langkah yang ditetapkan supaya dapat dipraktikkan dalam kehidupan. Mengenalpasti hukum jenayah dalam Islam sebagai panduan dalam kehidupan.

AA201 PENDIDIKAN ISLAM 2

PENDIDIKAN ISLAM 2 memberi pengetahuan tentang konsep-konsep kekeluargaan Islam merangkumi isuisu dan petikan Enakmen Keluarga Islam yang berkaitan dengannya. Selain itu, topik sumber-sumber hukum, pengurusan jenazah dan hokum jenayah Islam turut didedahkan dalam kursus ini. Kandungannya lebih memfokuskan cara-cara menangani permasalahan kekeluargaan serta membentuk sikap positif dalam kehidupan berkeluarga, bermasyarakat dan bernegara. KREDIT : 2 PRASYARAT : TIADA

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SEMESTER

COURSE

SYNOPSIS

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME (CLO)

KURSUS TAMADUN ISLAM diperkenalkan untuk mendedahkan para pelajar terhadap konsep asas dan prinsip Tamadun Islam. Kursus ini juga membincangkan secara terperinci tentang perjalanan sejarah Tamadun Islam yang bermula pada Zaman Rasulullah SAW sehingga kini yang merangkumi pelbagai aspek seperti perkembangan ilmu pengetahuan, politik, ekonomi dan sosial. Di akhir kursus ini pelajar didedahkan dengan perbincangan topik pemikiran Islam dan isu-isu semasa yang berkaitan dengan Tamadun Islam. KREDIT : 2 PRASYARAT : TIADA

1. 2.

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Menjelaskan dengan tepat konsep Tamadun Islam. Menulis secara kritis dan kreatif sejarah kemunculan dan perkembangan Tamadun Islam sejak Zaman Nabi Muhammad SAW sehingga kini serta membentangkannya secara berkumpulan. Menganalisis konsep kejadian manusia menurut pandangan Islam dan sains supaya dapat difahami hakikat kejadian diri dan mensyukurinya. Menerangkan secara menyeluruh Tamadun Islam yang telah terbukti Berjaya memberi sumbangan besar terhadap perkembangan ilmu dan tamadun manusia supaya dapat dipraktikkan dalam kehidupan seharian. Membincangkan dan membentangkan penyelesaian kepada isu-isu semasa berdasarkan kerangka pemikiran Tamadun Islam. Menerangkan dengan jelas kepentingan Pendidikan Moral dalam Falsafah Pendidikan Negara. Membezakan dengan tepat konsep-konsep dan teori-teori asas moral supaya dapat diaplikasik dalam kehidupan seharian. Menjelaskan secara menyeluruh kebertanggungjawaban dan peranan individu terhadap masyarakat dan negara berdasarkan situasi yang diberi serta membentangkannya secara berkumpulan. Menyatakan dengan jelas dasar-dasar utama mewujudkan masyarakat Malaysia untuk menjamin keamanan dan keharmonian negara terus terpelihara. Membentangkan dengan tepat secara berkumpulan elemen-elemen yang mencabar nilai-nilai moral dan mencadangkan penyelesaiannya.

AA301 TAMADUN ISLAM

AA102 PENDIDIKAN MORAL 1

PENDIDIKAN MORAL 1 memberi pengetahuan tentang konsep asas moral. Kursus ini menekankan konsep dan teori moral serta peranan individu terhadap masyarakat dan negara. Kursus ini juga menerangkan elemenelemen yang mencabar nilai moral di politeknik. KREDIT : 2 PRASYARAT : TIADA

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COURSE

SYNOPSIS

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME (CLO)

AA202 PENDIDIKAN MORAL 2

PENDIDIKAN MORAL 2 memberi pengetahuan tentang kesan kemajuan sains dan teknologi maklumat. Kursus ini menekankan tentang pembentukan moral dan etika, isu-isu moral semasa dan isu-isu remaja. Kursus ini juga membincangkan etika keprofesionalisma dalam menghadapi pelbagai cabaran hidup. KREDIT : 2 PRASYARAT : TIADA

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Menerangkan dengan jelas tentang kesan kemajuan sains dalam kehidupan manusia. Menjelaskan secara terperinci kebaikan dan keburukan perkembangan teknologi maklumat supaya dapat dimanfaatkan dalam kehidupan seharian. Membentangkan dengan tepat isu-isu semasa yang melibatkan remaja dan dunia secara berkumpulan berdasarkan situasi yang diberi dan mencadangkanpenyelesaiannya secara bertulis. Membincangkan dalam bentuk penulisan kepentingan kod etika keprofesionalisme bagi melahirkan tenaga kerja yang berintegriti. Menulis dengan jelas kesan budaya kerja negatif terhadap kerjaya individu dan kemajuan Negara bagi memastikan kestabilan Negara. Use appropriate communication skills and registers for social interactions and discussions. Listen to selected conversations/speeches and respond appropriately. Apply dictionary skills correctly to check meanings, pronunciation and usage of words. Pronounce words correctly based on phonetic symbols. Read and respond appropriately to current issues/topics of interest. Write and speak effectively in response to current issues/topics of interest. Communicate to an audience confidently using effective delivery techniques, organizational strategies, graphics and visual support.

AE101 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 1

COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 1 focuses on speaking skills to develop the ability to communicate effectively and confidently. It is designed to provide students with useful expressions that can be used in a wide variety of social interactions and situations. It also provides students with an opportunity to initiate and participate in group discussions. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

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2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

AE301 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 2

COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 2 emphasizes the skills needed to describe products and services as well as processes and procedures. It focuses on the skills to give and respond to instructions. The course will also enable students to make and reply to enquiries and complaints in their future workplace. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : AE101 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 1

1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4

1.5 6.

Describe products and services clearly and confidently. Describe processes and procedures using appropriate language devices. Give clear instructions using the imperatives and respond to instructions appropriately. Make and respond to enquiries using appropriate language. Make and respond to different types of complaints using appropriate language. Deliver an oral presentation on a product/ service or a process/ procedure using suitable visual aids.

SEMESTER

COURSE

SYNOPSIS

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME (CLO)

AE501 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 3

COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 3 aims to develop critical reflection skills in the students. It also emphasizes workrelated communication skills. Students will learn the process of job hunting which includes job search strategies and awareness of workplace issues. The students will develop skills to introduce themselves, highlight their strengths and abilities, present ideas, express opinions and able to establish rapport and respond appropriately during interviews. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : AE301 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 2

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Present ideas and opinions in oral and written form. Read and analyze job advertisements. Make and reply to job enquiries. Prepare resumes when applying for jobs. Write cover letters to accompany resumes. Respond to interview questions using appropriate language.

5.2.4

MATRIX OF COURSE ASSESSMENT*

Code & Course

Quiz Qty % 30

Other Assessment Qty 1 % 20

Presentation Qty 1 % 20

Practical Task Qty % -

Listening Test Qty % -

End Of Chapter Qty % -

Test Qty 1 % 30

AA102 Pendidikan Moral 1 AA202 Pendidikan Moral 2 AE101 Communicative English 1 AE301 Communicative English 2 AE501 Communicative English 3 AA101 Pendidikan Islam 1 AA201 Pendidikan Islam 2 AA301 Tamadun Islam

30

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*Subject to changes 5.2.5 LAB FACILITIES IN GENERAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT

Name Language Lab

Quantity 1

Lab Supervisor Badrul Hishyam Bin Hamid

Mahfuza Binti Musa

5.0

SUPPORTING SERVICES

6.1

STUDENT AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT (HEP)

Our role is to contribute to the mission of Politeknik Tuanku Sultanah Bahiyah (PTSB) by partnering with other academic and administrative units to provide professional, creative, accessible, and high-quality services. To fulfil that role, Student Affairs Department will seek to create an environment that is caring and positive for students; practice and champion cultural sensitivity and inclusiveness; provide coordinated services that are student-focused and technologically up to date; and respond positively to change. Our vision is to eliminate barriers and create opportunities that enable all students to experience success. Our actions are guided by these values:

the well-being of all students innovation in problem solving the positive affirmation of student achievement professionalism and ethical behaviour cooperative and collaborative efforts that include enthusiasm, respect, and humour

To accomplish our mission, Student Affairs Department has established the following goals:

increase retention and completion rates of students develop capacity to deliver services to all campus sites institute data-driven analysis for planning and decision-making improve attitudes toward and participation in student activities and services increase new student enrolment at PTSB, overall and in specified programs

Function The Student Affairs Department is responsible for managing : a. student admission and registration b. scholarships c. residential college d. discipline and student behaviour e. registration of students vehicle f. students activities through JPP club alumni h. Student Representatives committee(JPP)

Contact Personnel HAMZAN BIN HARUN (Head of Unit) DH48 WAN MOHD FISOL BIN WAN MIN Student Affairs Officer (Welfare & Discipline) DH44 MOHD FUAD BIN OSMAN Student Affairs Officer (Recruitment and Data) DH44 KHAIROL SHAH BIN OTHMAN Student Affairs Officer (Discipline) DH44 MOHAMAD ZAKI BIN ARIFIN Executive Officer N27 NOORLIZA BT. HASHIM Executive Officer N17 ANIS HASNIZA BT. HASHIM Executive Officer N17 AZIZAH BT. MD. ZAID Executive Officer N17 SITI NURBAIZURA BT. IBRAHIM Executive Officer N17

Contact No. Ext : 2023

Ext : 2018

Ext : 2428

Ext : 2432

Ext : 2017

Ext : 2164

Ext : 2166

Ext : 2164

Ext : 2166

For more information, log on to http://ehep.ptsb.edu.my/portal/

6.2 EXAMINATION UNIT

6.2.1

ORGANISATIONAL CHART
HEAD OF EXAMINATION UNIT

EXAMINATIONS OFFICER (Management & Assessment)

EXAMINATIONS OFFICER (Record & Certification)

EXAMINATION COORDINATOR OF CIVIL ENG. DEPARTMENT

EXAMINATION COORDINATOR OF ELECTRICAL ENG. DEPARTMENT

EXAMINATION COORDINATOR OF MECHANICAL ENG. DEPARTMENT

EXAMINATION COORDINATOR OF COMMERCE DEPARTMENT

EXAMINATION COORDINATOR OF MATHS, SCIENCE & COMPUTER DEPARTMENT

EXAMINATION COORDINATOR OF GENERAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

OPERATIONS ASSISTANT

6.2.2 FUNCTION Each Polytechnic Ministry of Education is responsible for providing guidance on learning, assessment, control and conduct of the examination. Certificate and Diploma to each student is subject to approval and confirmation of Board of Examination and Certificate / Diploma Polytechnic after students have passed all examinations and meet all the requirements of the course. For a polytechnic, Examination Unit is responsible for planning, managing and implementing all activities related to student assessment based on the guidelines and evaluation set.

Contact Personnel

Contact No.

NORIZAN BINTI MD ISA (Head Of The Examination Unit) AHMAD FAUZIE BIN ABD RAHMAN Examinations Officer (Management & Assessment) NOOR LEAH BINTI NAN Examinations Officer (Records & Certification) Head Examination Coordinator: i. EN MOHD SHUKOR BIN OTHMAN (Civil Engineering Department) ii. PN SHAKIRAH BINTI ANUAR (Electrical Engineering Department)

Ext : 2006

Ext : 2402

Ext : 2403

Ext : 2405

Ext : 2404

Ext : 2453 iii. EN ABDUL LATIB BIN AHMAD (Mechanical Engineering Department) iv. PN ASMIDAR BINTI AHMAD SALLEH @ AHMAD (Commerce Department)

Ext : 2406

Ext : 2454

v. PN WAN NORSARIZA BINTI WAN HUSIN (Mathematics, Science & Computer Department)

vi. PN NURHAIDA BINTI ABDULLAH HADI (General Studies Department)

6.2.3

POLYTECHNIC NEW GRADE SYSTEM

GRADE

MARK

CREDIT VALUE

GRADE

STATUS

90 100 80 - 89 75 79 70 74 65 69 60 64 55 59 50 - 54 47 49 44 46 40 43 30 39 20 29 0 19

4.00 4.00 3.67 3.33 3.00 2.67 2.33 2.00 1.67 1.33 1.00 0.67 0.33 0.00

A+ A AB+ B BC+ C CD+ D E EF

VERY GOOD EXCELLENT HONOURS HONOURS HONOURS PASS PASS PASS CONDITIONAL PASS CONDITIONAL PASS CONDITIONAL PASS FAIL FAIL FAIL

** With effect from June 2012 intake.

6.3 LIAISON & INDUSTRIAL TRAINING UNIT

Function
The Liaison & Industrial Training Unit (UPLI) is responsible for managing students industrial training affairs. Students will be assigned to a particular organization during their training period based on their respective fields of study. The placement process is finalised before training commences. Students are constantly advised to maintain a high level of discipline. They should abide by the rules and regulations of both the polytechnic and organization. Organizations are advised to consult the polytechnic immediately if there are any disciplinary problems. INDUSTRIAL TRAINING COURSE (AT401) Industrial Training exposes students to related workplace competencies demanded by industries. It also equips students with real work experience, thus helping students to perform as novice workers. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: a. Apply related knowledge and skills at the workplace. b. Communicate effectively with others. c. Practice teamwork. d. Professionally and ethically comply with policies, procedures and rules of the organization. e. Explain the tasks assigned (during the industrial training) according to the prescribed format. ASSESSMENT The course assessment is carried out by Coursework where its a continuous assessment that measures knowledge, technical skills and soft skills. Student will be evaluate by using a rubric form as: 1. Organization Evaluation (total of 60%) i. Practical Task 40% ii. Reflective Journal 20% 2. Lecturer Evaluation (total of 40%) i. Observation 10% ii. Final Report 20% iii. Presentation 10%

Contact Personnel
MUHAMAD FAIRUZZAIRI BIN ABDUL HAMID (Head of Unit) HARTINI BINTI ABDUL HAMID Liaison & Industrial Training Officer (Training) MOHD AZMAN BIN WAN LING Liaison & Industrial Training Officer (Liaison) IDA RAHAYU BINTI HASSAN Administrative Assistance ROSSITAH BINTI SELAMAT Head Coordinator of Civil Engineering Department SUHAIDA BINTI ABDUL HALIM Head Coordinator of Electrical Engineering Department MARZIANA BINTI HASHIM Head Coordinator of Mechanical Engineering Department MORIZA BINTI FIKRI Head Coordinator of Commerce Department

Contact No.
Ext : 2412

Ext : 2030

Ext : 2032

Ext : 2411

Ext : 2286

Ext : 2206

Ext : 2250

Ext : 2330

GRADING Industrial Training grade follows the guideline stated in the Arahan-Arahan Peperiksaan dan Kaedah Penilaian which is approved by the Lembaga Peperiksaan dan Penganugerahan Sijil/ Diploma Politeknik and Dasar Latihan Industri Institusi Pengajian Tinggi which is published by Minister of Higher Education. Industrial Training AT401 grades as below: MARK 80 100 65 79 50 64 0 49 RESULT Cemerlang (Excellent) Kepujian (Distinction) Lulus (Pass) Gagal (Fail) STATUS

Pass

Fail

6.4

SPORT, CO-CURRICULUM AND CULTURAL UNIT

Function Co-curriculum Unit is responsible for managing and coordinating all co-curriculum courses in the Politeknik Tuanku Sultanah Bahiyah. It is designed to ensure that all co-curriculum courses to be implemented smoothly and effectively.

Contact Personnel MUNIAMAL PUSPA A/P PERUMAL ( Head of Department ) DH 48 AB RAZAK BIN MOHAMMAD ( Head of Course AR201 Clubs, Sport And Uniform ) DH44 LATIFAH BINTI HUSAIN ( Head of Course AR101 Polibriged ) DH44 MUHAMAD SUJAIRI YUSOF ( Sports Officer ) DH44

Contact No. Ext : 2044

Ext : 2045

Ext : 2047

Ext :2472

6.4.1 AR101: POLIBRIGED This course emphasizes on the generic skills which includes following instructions, decision making, selfmanagement, critical thinking and communication skill. It is compulsory for semester one students and is implemented in theory and practical for 12 weeks equal to 24 hours per semester. The assessments for this course consist of presentation (70%) and practical (30%). The division of time as according to the syllabus: Time Allocation

Syllabus

Synopsis

Marching

Introduction to basic practical marching especially the stationary and regular march. Definitions and methods of first aid treatment. Explanation the types of fire and fire incidents, the causes of fires, fire prevention, and procedures for evacuation of building / fire area. Explanation the definitions of protocol, social etiquette and ethics, dinner table etiquette and considerations in organizing official ceremonies. Explanation the concepts of self-management, effective communication skill and basic camping skills

8 hours

First Aid

4 hours

Fire Prevention

4 hours

Protocol and Social Etiquette

2 hours

Self Management and Self Esteem

6 hours

6.4.2 AR201: CLUBS, SPORT AND UNIFORM In general, Co-curriculum is a compulsory module for students in semester one and two with a value of 1 credit hour. Semester one students are required to follow the Co-curriculum Modules AR101 (Polibriged) while the second semester students are required to follow the Co-Curriculum Modules AR201 (Clubs, Sport and Uniform). These modules introduce students to various basic skills of individual or group. Continuous assessment of students is made in the form of practical and theory. The following are 28 Clubs, Sports and Uniform offered at Politeknik Tuanku Sultanah Bahiyah for AR201: Uniform unit 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Askar Wataniah Red Crescent Pengakap kelana JPA 3 Fire Brigade & Rescue Sports 1. 2. 3. Volleyball Sepak Takraw Badminton Synopsis Explains the history of sports, basic skills, demonstrates the basic techniques of the game along with the concept of fitness and injury and also organizational management. Explains the history of the uniform unit, basic rescue, rope tying, fire extinguishers usage, camp management and organizational management. Synopsis

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Silat Gayung Tennis Archery Netball Basketball Tae-Kwan-Do Football Bowling Squash Rugby Hockey Athletics Softball Handball Ping Pong Clubs Synopsis Explains the club's history, purpose and function, basic knowledge, specific skills, environmental club activities and organization management in line with the current trends. Explains the history of audio visual, purpose and function, basic skills, the use of audio visual equipment, filming procedures, computer use in audio visual and organization management. Explains the history of adventure, basic skills, map reading techniques, use of compass, rescue methods, activities and requirements and organizational management. Explains the computer's history, purpose and function, basic knowledge, learning the usage of computer and organization management in line with the current trends. Explains the club's history, purpose and function, basic knowledge, specific skills and organization management in line with the current trends.

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Environmental Friendly

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Audio Visual

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Adventure

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Computer

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English Language

6.5 RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE

The uniquely modern PTSB hostel can easily accommodate a total of 1404 students. Students in semester one have the opportunity to enjoy the facilities provided in the campus in addition to a comfortable and conducive living environment. Students are placed in the hostel to instill good learning habit, moral values, integration and friendship among students of different race, religion and culture. Contact Personnel Assistant Medical Officer U29 1. Mohd Yushazwandi Bin Risman Mohd Yuhaizad Bin Yusoff Head of Unit DH 48/Head of Warden Tel : 04-4033333, Ext :2156 Speed Dail: 1220 Supervisor N17 1. Salina Binti Abdul Rahman 2. Rosesazana Binti Johari 3. Hanisah Binti Abdullah 4. Azhar Bin Abdul Jalil Office Assistant N1 1. Nur Fadila Binti Husaini

Nor Asmah Binti Zainol Hostel Manager N32 Tel : 04-4033333, Ext :2158 Speed Dail: 1230

Warden Block V1

Warden Block V2

Warden Block V3

1. 2. 3. 4.

Siti Anizah Muhamed Siti Hajar Ismail Rusmaliza Abd Rashid Nurul Azyra Said@Idrus

1. 2. 3. 4.

Hanizah Osman Maslina Suleiman Nang Saruni Nek Ali Izzatul Fadzilah Adam

1. 2. 3. 4.

Izlin Zuriani Ishak Nor Aizam Yusof Azilawati Harun Nor Hatini Baharin

Warden Block V4

Warden Block V5

Warden Block V6

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ridzuan Din Wan Mohd Fisol Wan Min Hamzan Harun Zulhazmi Abdul Kadir Nor Asmah Zainol

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Mohd Fuad Osman Mohd Rizal Lias Idrus Saaud Amad Sharul nizam Ridzuan Mohd Shahrizan Kamis

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Mohd Juzairi Azmir Atan@Abdullah Muhd Hafizhidayat Zainol Abidin Mohd Najwa Mohd Hasbullah Ahmad Ap John@Zulkifli Wan Mustafa Zakaria

6.6 PSYCHOLOGY AND CAREER UNIT

Function
The Psychology and Career Unit works on implementing the Human Capital Development program based on psychological approaches which include aspects of development, prevention, rehabilitation and intervention. In addition, this unit also provides counselling and professional guidance to ensure semi professional work force is well balanced mentally and physically. The Psychology and Career unit is responsible for: a. b. c. d. e. raising self awareness and surroundings highlighting ones potential developing multi skills promoting studies opportunities promoting career opportunities

Contact Personnel
SITI ZUBAIDAH BINTI OTHMAN SIRU (Head of Unit) Psychology and Career Officer S41 NORMAN HAKIM BIN AHMAD Psychology and Career Officer S41 ZULAIHA BINTI AMAN Head of PBKJ (JKA) MOHD RIZWAN BIN ELIAS Head of PBKJ (JKE) FIRDAUS MOHD MOHAMED SAHID Head of PBKJ (JKM) MOHD FIRDAUS MUSTAQIM YAHYA Head of PBKJ (JP) NURSYUHAILA BINTI AHMAD Head of PBKJ (JPA) NOOR HAFIZA BINTI MAHMOOD Head of PBKJ (JMSK)

Contact No.
Ext : 2169

Ext : 2022

Ext : 2169

Ext : 2429

Ext : 2032

Ext : 2322

Ext : 2295

Ext : 2341

6.7LIBRARY UNIT Function The library provides quality and up to date information to everyone in terms of managing and providing access to information resources. Taking the role as a centre of knowledge, the library acts as a catalyst and assist in the teaching and learning and research in the process of producing creative and innovative semi professional. The library unit is also an instrument in inculcating the reading culture among PTSB and the local communities through an ongoing reading campaign. Among the many objectives of the library unit are: a. to acquire relevant and current information for reference b. to manage a collection of information using a standard system for easy access. c. to provide quality information service and cultivate interest in reading Contact Personnel Librarian S44 Contact No. Ext : 2017

MUHAMMAD BIN ABDULLAH Library Assistant Officer S27

Ext : 2369

SALMIAH BT HARUN AMINUDIN BIN ABU BAKAR SITI FAIROZ BT JAMALUDDIN MALLIGAI A/L KARUNAMOOTHY MUHAMMAD YAZID BIN KUSAIRI SITI RAFISHAH BT ABDUL RAZAK

Ext : 2371 2374 Ground floor counter ext : 2394 First floor counter ext : 2455

d. to support the organizations objectives in teaching, learning and research

6.8 TRAINING & CONTINUOUS EDUCATION UNIT (ULPL)

Function
Training & Continuous Education Unit (ULPL) is mainly responsible in handling various internal and external training courses for all staffs of PTSB. Among the important courses are CPCM and PPK courses which are included as compulsory criteria for staff promotion. Alongside with CPCM and PPK, this unit also has to ensure that all PTSB staffs attended at least ten days of courses yearly as required by the ministry of higher education. Besides handling staffs training, ULPL also deals with organization of diploma courses for part-time students (KSS) offered in PTSB throughout the year. Another main contribution of this unit in students learning is in arranging the Malaysian University English Test (MUET) for all PTSB students. The standardized MUET test is offered thrice a year in collaboration with Malaysian Examination Council (MPM).

Contact Personnel

Contact No.
Ext :

NORLILI JUWITA BINTI ARSHAD (Head of Unit)

Ext : 2008

Ext : 2025 MAHFUZA BINTI MUSA Training Officer

Ext : 2362

Ext : 2361 RUSLINDA BINTI WAN CHIK Office Assistant

ZULFIKHRI BIN MOHAMAD Office Assistant

6.9 INFORMATION SYSTEM UNIT Information System Unit plays a vital role in administrating and updating system, data and computer network surrounding Polytechnic Tuanku Sultanah Bahiyah (PTSB). In this highly and fast evolving and changing era of technology, it is a must for the unit to keep up and be at par with the needs of the users so as to ensure the teaching and learning process is always easy, fast and accurate with the aid of the latest ICT facilities. Led by an Information Technology Officer, the Unit is empowered with 2 other IT Officers, 2 IT Assistant Officers and 7 experienced Computer Technician to serve its function and carry out tasks in making the dream a reality. Functions / Roles: To administer and perform computer and peripherals maintenance works as well as system and application development, maintenance and support services To plan and execute acquisition of replacement parts, assets and facilities related to ICT in PTSB To develop, administer and update official web portal of PTSB To administer the servers and network around the campus To administer acceptance and implementation of new systems To plan, administer and execute ICT training for staffs in PTSB

Job Function

Our Manpower Sabrina binti Abdul Rahim Head of Unit, Maintenance Section, F41 Norazura binti Mohd Nor Network and Security Section, F41 Intan Nurhanim binti Azmi System and Data Section, F41 Nurmaniza binti Othman System and Data Section, F29 Muhammad Shobri bin Abdul Hamid Maintenance Section, F29 Hatiah binti Omar Senior Computer Technician, FT22 Ahmad Rizal bin Mohamad Ali Computer Technician, FT17 Mohd Aliff bin Baharuddin Computer Technician, FT17 Mohd Rizal bin Rahman Computer Technician, FT17 Noorzaiyani binti Mustafa Computer Technician, FT17 Rozilawati binti MdRejab Computer Technician, FT17 Rusnita binti Mamat Computer Technician, FT17

Contact 2020 2029 2016 2028 2036 2021 2351 2351 2354 2351 2354 2351

Administration, internal and external maintenance, management and borrowal of ICT assets Campus network, internet and wireless access, firewall, Local Area Network (LAN) Projects, planning and assets acquisition related to ICT asset and peripherals Network related projects, maintenance, planning and acquisition related to network and security Active directory, antivirus, Domain Name Server (DNS), Microsoft Exchange, storage and servers Administration of official Portal and related webs, clients feedback and inquiries In-house system development projects Technical and first level support for external systems such as e-SPKB, e-Terimaan, e-Perolehan, eBidding, QDMS, HRMIS, ILMU Digital Display Media, video streaming and conferencing Monthly and annual maintenance statistics

6.10 CORPORATE INDUSTRY SERVICES & EMPLOYMENT CENTRE (CISEC)

Function
CISEC of PTSB was established in 2010. This one-stop centre, lead by Puan Azhani Ariffin with the assistance of CISECs committee representing each department, plays an important role in providing fast response to request or queries from the industries, pre-selection of candidates, single point of contact for employment, assistance in arranging recruitment presentation and also opportunities to build a closer relationship with the industries. CISEC has successfully organized activities that helped to promote and increase students employability. This was proven in the 1L5G Report (1 Lecturer 5 Graduates) where the number of employed graduates reached up to 80%. Activities carried out are: i) ii) iii) iv) 1L5G Report Career Talk and Interview Slots Program Pentauliahan Profesional (3P) Career Clinic Program Persediaan ke Alam Pekerjaan a) Program Penempatan Kerjaya (3P) b) Creating Employability Values Program v) Career Clinic Programme Profiling Test vi) Programmes under Finishing School and Diploma ++

Contact Personnel
AZHANI ARIFFIN (Head of CISEC) NORIZA MUHAMED YUSOF (Assistant Head of CISEC) NORSYAHIDAN MOHAMAD YUSOF (Finishing School & Diploma ++ Coordinator) SYAZWANI JASMI (Employability Program Coordinator) ISYATI SUPARMAN (1L5G Program Coordinator & Database) SITI SALWA BADIOZAMAN (Industry Liaison & Job Placement) RAHIZUDIN ABDUL RAHIM Departments Counterpart (JKA) MOHD. SHAHRIZAN KHAMIS Departments Counterpart (JKM) MOHD ZAKI DOI Departments Counterpart (JKE) HASMIDA MOHAMAD HASSAN Departments Counterpart (JP) NOR LIAN MOHD. NORDIN Departments Counterpart (JPA & JMSK)

Contact No.
Ext : 2026

6.11 DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE UNIT (UPDP)

Function
The Development and Maintenance Unit (UPDP) is a service provider whose goal is to enhance the quality of service to the clients; staffs and undergraduates of PTSB. The Development and Maintenance Unit is responsible for: a) b) Providing adequate facilities to staffs and undergraduates of PTSB Designing and maintaining a conducive environment in the pursuit of academic excellence in teaching and learning Carry out maintenance work on all existing facilities and infrastructure To repair faulty, damaged facilities or replace them based on allocation of funds Ensuring all development and maintenance in PTSB is in good working order

Contact Personnel
JAYANTHI A/P KODIAPPAN Head of Unit MOHD YAZID BIN ABD RAHMAN Senior Technician WAN SAAD BIN WAN DIN Senior Technician MOHD TAJUDDIN BIN HAJI OMAR Senior Technician MUHAMAD HAWARI BIN OTHMAN Senior Technician RIZUWAN BIN SAID Senior Technician

Contact No.
Ext : 2033

Ext : 2222

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c) d) e)

Ext : 2040

6.12 RESEARCH AND INNOVATION UNIT (UPIN)

Function The Research and Innovation Unit (UPIN) was established in 2009 in line with the transformation of the polytechnic education system under the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia. The focus of the Research and Innovation Unit is on improving writing scientific research skills and knowledge among lecturers and staff. Scholarly researchers are implemented through the Action Research, Innovation Research and Communication Applications Data. The UPIN is situated at the first level of PTSB library building. Strategies and Programmes a) Develop writing and research skills and knowledge among the lecturers and staff. b) Facilitate training programmes such as Research Methods, the usage of relevant computer applications such as Statistical Programme for the Social Science (SPSS), and package for various aspects of writing research. c) Organise courses, workshops and consultation sessions regarding proposal writing. d) Organise colloquium, seminars and/or research presentations. e) Produce proceedings of seminars at Politeknik Tuanku Sultanah Bahiyah. f) Encourage lecturers to be involved in presentations, workshops and seminars at zone level. g) Collect and disseminate of information on projects and innovations to highlight staffs and students achievements. h) Collaboration and establish networks with other higher education institutions in seeking for advice, panel of assessors for evaluation on research papers and studies.

Contact Personnel HJ. CHE NORAZMAN BIN CHE WAN (Head of Unit)

Contact No. Ext : 2038

DR. KHALID GAZI BIN HJ. ALI Senior Lecturer HASLINA BT HASSAN Senior Lecturer AZLAN BIN YAHYA ZAINORDIN FIRDAUS BIN ZULKEFLI WAN NORSARIZA BT WAN HUSIN MINARNIE HADZIRA BT MOHAMED FATIN HAMIMAH BT MOHAMED SALLEH NUR ELYANI BT MUSA HASHAMIZA BT HARUDDIN NURUL AKMAL BT KAMARUDDIN NURYANA BT ALIAS MOHD JEFRY BIN MOHAMAD AMINUDDIN RASHID BIN MOHD KASIM MOHD FAUZI BIN ABDUL AZIZ ISHAM SAHAR BIN ISMAIL ISYATI BT SUPARMAN LATIFAH BT HUSSAIN RUZLINDA BT MUSTAFFA MOHD NAJIB BIN MOHAMMAD ZAIN SITI HAJAR BT ISMAIL FIRDAUS BIN MOHAMED SAHID AHMAD FAIZAL BIN MOHAMED HASMAWAZI BT HAMZAH MORIZA BT FIKRI UMMI KALSOM BT AB HAMID

Ext : 2334

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6.13 QUALITY ASSURANCE UNIT

Function
The Quality Assurance Unit (UJK) of Politeknik Tuanku Sultanah Bahiyah was formed in 2005 known as Quality Unit. The Quality Assurance Unit divided into two (2) units. The Quality Management Unit and Accreditation Management Unit. The Quality Management Unit is responsible for quality management in Politeknik Tuanku Sultanah Bahiyah. The efforts of continuous improvement are the objectives of Polytechnic in implementing MS ISO 9001:2008 Quality System. The approach used in their pursuit of continuous improvement is in accordance with the method of Planning, Implementation, Review and Action (Plan, Do, Check, Action PDCA). The Accreditation Management Unit is responsible for preparing the application documents for Full Accreditation by Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) in Politeknik Tuanku Sultanah Bahiyah. The Quality and Accreditation Management Unit serves the following purposes: a. b. Polytechnics Quality and Accreditation Management Secretariat Planning, implementation, coordination and monitoring of program / activities for full accreditation by MQA Polytechnic quality management Polytechnics Quality facilities management. and accreditation Unit

Contact Personnel
WAN MUSTAFFA BIN WAN YUSOFF (Head of Quality Assurance Unit)

Contact No.
Ext : 2330

RAJA INTAN ZARINA BINTI RAJA ZAKI HASHIM (Head Of Quality Management)

Ext : 2468

MOHD YUSAINI BIN MOHAMED ALI (Accreditation Management Officer)

Ext : 2181

MARLIA BINTI MARZUKI (Quality Management Officer)

Ext : 2469

c. d.

Assurance

6.14 INTERNAL AUDIT UNIT Function The internal audit is an assurance function that provides independent and objective consultancy services to add value and improve an organization's operations. The objectives of internal audit unit are to help an organization achieve its goals through a systematic and disciplined approach to evaluate and determine the effectiveness of all control and governance processes. Internal audit unit is responsible for: i. To conduct audits of financial management and performance audit ii. To examine the financial system, internal controls and financial records whether the expenditure, revenue, assets and stores have been managed in accordance with rules and regulations iii. To determine the goals achieved and resources used prudently, efficiently and effectively. Contact Personnel SITI ROHANI BINTI ALI (Head of Internal Audit Unit) SITI AISHAH BINTI OSMAN (Assistant Head of Internal Audit Unit) AZLINA BINTI AZMI (Secretary) NURUL AKMAL BINTI KAMARUDDIN (Coordinator of MQA Accreditation) SHAMSUL BIN ABD RASHID (Coordinator of ISO Audit) MUHAMMAD FAIRUZZAIRI BIN ABDUL HAMID (Coordinator of Asset Audit) AHMAD FIKRI BIN ABD RAHMAN (Coordinator of Financial Audit) SABRINA BINTI ABDUL RAHIM (Coordinator of Information System Audit) Email Address rohani@ptsb.edu.my

sitiaishah@ptsb.edu.my

azlinaazmi@ptsb.edu.my

nurulakmal@ptsb.edu.my

samsul@ptsb.edu.my

fairuzzairi@ptsb.edu.my

fikri@ptsb.edu.my

Sab@ptsb.edu.my

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EDITORIAL BOARD Advisor Chief Editor Assistant Editor : Abdul Hanif Bin Mustapha : Wan Mohamad Fisol Bin Wan Min : Hamzan Bin Harun

Writers 1. 2. Amilia Noorlin binti Md Jelani (Head Writer) Maslina binti Suleiman

Contributing writers 1. 2. 3. 4. Shamsul Arif bin Ismail Naziah binti Mohd Isa Maziah binti Omar Nurul Huda Binti Abdul Razak

Editor 1. 2. Mohamad Kamarudin bin Darus Normala binti Abdul Hamid