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ii. Preface
1. Introduction 2. Vision & Mission of Polytechnic 3. Academic Flow Chart 4 5 Outcome-Based Education (OBE) Management Organisation Chart

6. Mechanical Engineering Department (JKM) 6.1 Department Organisation Chart 6.2 Name of Lecturers 6.3 Programme of Diploma In Mechanical Engineering 6.4 Programme of Diploma In Mechanical Engineering (Manufacturing) 6.5 Programme of Diploma In Mechatronic Engineering 6.6 Lab Facilities In Mechanical Engineering Department 6.7 Higher Academic Pathway 7. Supporting Departments And Units 7.1 Mathematic, Science and Computer Department (JMSK) 7.2 General Studies Department (JPA) 7.3 Co-Curriculum 8. Supporting Services 8.1 Student Affairs Department (HEP) 8.2 Examination Unit 8.3 Liaison & Industrial Training Unit 8.4 Sports Unit 8.5 Library 8.6 Psychology And Career Unit 8.7 Residential College 9. Profesional Certification 10. Polytechnic Site Map 11. Editorial Committees

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PREFACE
Assalamualaikum wbt and Salam 1 Malaysia Dear students, It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to Politeknik Kota Kinabalu. We are honoured to be a part of your journey in pursuit of higher education. Here, we offer a holistic educational experience through various innovative teaching approaches. Guided by certified educators, you will receive an education that will prepare you to write, to think critically, to analyze, and to express yourself effectively. By the time you graduate, it is our hope that you would have become a confident, resourceful problem-solver and presenter who can be an asset to any organization. These next few years here will prove to be a crucial time in your lives. As you study, make new friends and have new experiences so you will learn new ways of thinking and be challenged to expand outside of your comfort zone. Though they will not always be easy, these are the years that will help you to develop who you are and the type of people you will become. I also encourage you to aggressively pursue your education by taking full advantage of all that PKK has to offer. Look outside of your chosen curriculum and participate in student organizations, and the wide array of extracurricular activities offered. It will broaden your network and nurture your creativity, interests and interpersonal skills. Life on campus is both enriching and exciting. We are confident you will make connections here that will last throughout your life, and will always remain connected to PKK and committed to supporting its distinctive vision and mission. In this handbook you will find PKK policies and procedures regarding everything from course components and grading to services that you may require. Here for your reference I encourage you to read it thoroughly so you will be well-prepared for your time here. If you have any questions that are not addressed in this book, PKK staffs are always on hand to assist you. Please do not hesitate to request our assistance. Thank you. Sincerely Haji Mustafar Kamar Bin Ujang ASDK

Director Politeknik Kota Kinabalu

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1.0

INTRODUCTION

Politeknik Kota Kinabalu is a comprehensive, learner centered higher education institution that serves its local and regional learners and their communities through highquality and flexible education and training. It is aimed to develop student’s employability skills to meet the needs of a more dynamic economy, which values innovation and productivity. Programmes include a global perspective that will enable graduates to make a valuable contribution to the wider society as it changes in response to regional and international competition and demand.

PKK programmes include a variety of Outcome-Based Education teaching approaches, adding value to PKK teaching and learning which cater to students seeking a quality polytechnic education and training.

The PKK Programme Handbook provides students with information on many facets of college life such as policies, procedures, and services. It is written for every student enrolled in one or more courses at PKK. This Handbook is aimed to guide students through the various procedural steps that lead to a Diploma study. It also provides graduate program descriptions, the requirements needed to obtain a graduate Diploma, and a clear outline of the procedural steps that students need to follow. Students are also provided with information on matters related to general administration such as student services and facilities, campus disciplinary measures, student organizations and other relevant matters. This book serves as a preliminary guide and does not purport to completely address every policy, procedure and regulation. In addition no claim is made that this document covers all the rules and regulations in effect now at PKK. Students must refer to the relevant PKK Department programmes and services publications and other Departments and Units Policies for further information.

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2.0 VISION & MISSION
DEPARTMENT OF POLYTECHNIC EDUCATION VISION
To be Malaysia’s number one provider of innovative human capital through transformational education and training for the global workforce by 2015

MISSION
Breaking boundaries for the creation of transformative and creative learning environment for an innovation-led economy

KOTA KINABALU POLYTECHNIC VISION
To be the centre of excellence in technical and vocational field through education and transformational training to produce innovative human capital

MISSION
Building a transformative and creative learning environment to generate marketable human capital

QUALITY OBJECTIVE
Academic Excellence 1. To ensure the passing rate is not less than 90% in each semester. 2. To ensure at least 25% of the students accomplished the GPA of 3.00 or higher every semester. 3. To aim for 60% of diploma students passed the final examination every semester. Staff Excellence 1. To ensure all staff attend courses / training for 10 days in a year. 2. To ensure staff training schedule is implemented at least 75% in a year.

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ACADEMIC FLOW CHART
Week

START

Notes
Subject to the current academic calendar.

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)

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 FLOW CHART FOR 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

Appeal for Final Examination Fail Pass Final Examination

Week 8 (W8)

Refer to Final Exam Schedule issued by respective department

1 week after short semester Final Examination ends.

Examination results finalized

Check results from the website

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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-centered 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 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 [OBE]

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ACREDITATION PROCESS

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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 

Student  Independent  Learning Not Calculated

Contact hours  Reflects Credit  value

Student independent  Learning Time   Calculated

Total SLT reflects Credit  value

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4.4

EXPECTATIONS ON STUDENTS

4.5

DIFFERENT LEVELS OF OBE

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4.6 EXPECTED LEARNING DOMAIN AND GENERIC STUDENT ATTRIBUTES
Learning Domain (LD) LD 1 Knowledge LD 2 Technical Skills LD 3 Professionalism and Ethics LD 4 Social Skills and Responsibilities LD 5 Communication Skills LD 6 Critical Thinking LD 7 Life Long Learning LD 8 Entrepreneurial Skills LD 9 Teamwork / Leadership Skills ------GSA 4 Moral and Professional Ethics ---GSA 1 Communications Skills 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 Generic Student Attributes (GSA)

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MANAGEMENT ORGANISATION CHART

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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENT ORGANISATION CHART
HEAD OF DEPARTMENT
Norkamal Bin Jaafar [DH 48]

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ASSISTANT HEAD OF DEPARTMENT Aliudin Bin Aziz [DH 44] SECRETARY Angela ak Merum

HEAD OF PROGRAMME (DKM) Aliudin Bin Aziz [DH 44]

HEAD OF PROGRAMME (DTP) Johnny Yakin Sinit [DH 44]

HEAD OF PROGRAMME (DEM) Muhamad Noor Bin Abu Hassan [DH 44]

ASSISTANT HEAD OF PROGRAMME (DKM) Sylvester Gindan

ASSISTANT HEAD OF PROGRAMME (DTP) Abd Razak Bin Mohd Daim

ASSISTANT HEAD OF PROGRAMME (DEM) Hanizam Bin Ibrahim

LECTURERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Ahmad Zuhardi Hussain Azlan Ali Chicha Bagu Ida Rosmanizan Abdullah Khairul Afizal Sultan Ali Mohd Aswadi Muhamad Mohd Hafez Abdul Karim Mohd Saifuddin Ahmad Mohd Shah Masrom Neilson Peter Sorimpuk Petrus Banati @ Fazzerius Sahrizan Mohamad Sahari Sh. Yaacub Sh. Attar Shuharzi Md Salleh Zulkifli Abd Aziz 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

LECTURERS Angela ak Merum Angela Wetron Pai Chen Kok Min Hatimi Mudin Jason William Vitales (UPLI) Kasmawati Senawing Lian Liun Mohamad Ali Hamzah Mohd Hissham Idris Noorafezah Samad (HEP) Noorazian Mohd Arsad Richard Tiam @ Aloysius Rozie Ahmat Rudy Nordin Saffuan Awg Bahrin Sufandi Mohd Johan 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

LECTURERS Jahari Yaakob Kevin Ligunjang Khairol Hisam Hamran Limi Chong Mohd Hairol Mizzam Haris Mohd Nazrulazlan Abd Rasid Mohd Safei Manan Mohd Samsul Atan Mohd Shukri Abdul Hamid Mohd Zairunizam Umar Muhammad Amin Harun Noor Hanan Senin Norida Mohammad Noor Roslee Ghani Siti Khalijah Jamal

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6.2
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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT LECTURERS
Name
Norkamal Bin Jaafar Aliudin Bin Aziz Johnny Yakin Sinit @ Yahya B. Yakin Muhamad Noor Bin Abu Hassan Abdul Razak Bin Mohd Daim Ahmad Zuhardi Bin Hussain Angela Ak Merum Angela Wetron Pai Azlan Bin Ali Chen Kok Min Chicha Bagu Hanizam Bin Ibrahim Hatimi Bte Mudin Ida Rosmanizan Bte Abdullah Jahari Bin Yaakob Kasmawati Bte Senawing Kevin Ligunjang Khairol Hisam Bin Hamran Khairul Afizal Bin Sultan Ali Lian Liun Limi Chong Mohamad Ali Bin Hamzah Mohd Aswadi Bin Muhamad Mohd Hafez Bin Abdul Karim Mohd Hairol Mizzam Bin Haris Mohd Saifuddin Bin Ahmad Mohd Samsul Bin Atan Mohd Shah Bin Masrom

Designation
Head Of Department Head Of Program (DKM) Head Of Program (DTP) Head Of Program (DEM) Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer

Contact No.
088-499980 (401) 088-499980 (404) 088-499980 (402) 088-499980 (403) 088-499980 (414) 088-499980 (409) 088-499980 (415) 088-499980 (410) 088-499980 (412) 088-499980 (420) 088-499980 (410) 088-499980 (405) 088-499980 (415) 088-499980 (424) 088-499980 (410) 088-499980 (408) 088-499980 (413) 088-499980 (420) 088-499980 (412) 088-499980 (414) 088-499980 (424) 088-499980 (420) 088-499980 (456) 088-499980 (420) 088-499980 (426) 088-499980 (410) 088-499980 (426) 088-499980 (410)

E-mail
norkamal@polikk.edu.my aliudin@polikk.edu.my johnny@polikk.edu.my mdnoor@polikk.edu.my razak@polikk.edu.my zuhardi@polikk.edu.my angel81@polikk.edu.my angela@polikk.edu.my azlan@polikk.edu.my chen@polikk.edu.my chicha@polikk.edu.my hanizam@polikk.edu.my hatimi@polikk.edu.my idarosma@polikk.edu.my jahari@polikk.edu.my kasmawati@polikk.edu.my kevin@polikk.edu.my khaisam@polikk.edu.my afizal@polikk.edu.my lian@polikk.edu.my limi@polikk.edu.my alihamzah@polikk.edu.my aswadi@polikk.edu.my hafez@polikk.edu.my mizzam@polikk.edu.my saifuddin@polikk.edu.my samsulatan@polikk.edu.my mohdshah@polikk.edu.my

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29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 Mohd Shukri Bin Abdul Hamid Mohd. Hissham Bin Idris Mohd. Nazrul Azlan Bin Abd Rasid Mohd. Safei Bin Manan Mohd. Zairunizam Bin Umar Muhammad Amin Bin Harun Neilson Peter Sorimpuk Noor Hanan Bin Senin Noorazian Binti Mohd Arsad Norida Binti Mohammad Noor Petrus Banati @ Fazzerius Richard Tiam @ Aloysius Roslee Bin Ghani Rozie Bin Ahmat Rudy B. Norbin Saffuan Bin Awg Bahrin Sahrizan Bin Mohamad Sahari Sh. Yaacub Bin Sh. Attar Shuharzi Bin Md Salleh Siti Khalijah Bt Jamal Sufandi Bin Mohd. Johan Sylvester Gindan Tony Ontok Zulkifli Bin Abd Aziz Nuramalina Bte Abd. Nasir Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lab Assistant 088-499980 (426) 088-499980 (420) 088-499980 (420) 088-499980 (420) 088-499980 (413) 088-499980 (410) 088-499980 (410) 088-499980 (424) 088-499980 (424) 088-499980 (422) 088-499980 (409) 088-499980 (409) 088-499980 (408) 088-499980 (410) 088-499980 (422) 088-499980 (420) 088-499980 (412) 088-499980 (454) 088-499980 (426) 088-499980 (408) 088-499980 (413) 088-499980 (405) 088-499980 (408) 088-499980 (410) 088-499980 (405) mshukri@polikk.edu.my hisshamidris@polikk.edu.my nazrulazla@polikk.edu.my safei@polikk.edu.my zairunizam@polikk.edu.my amin@polikk.edu.my neilson@polikk.edu.my hanan@polikk.edu.my noorazian@polikk.edu.my norida@polikk.edu.my petrus@polikk.edu.my richard@polikk.edu.my roslee@polikk.edu.my rozie@polikk.edu.my rudy@polikk.edu.my saffuan@polikk.edu.my sahrizan@polikk.edu.my yaccub@polikk.edu.my shuharzi@polikk.edu.my khalijah@polikk.edu.my sufandi@polikk.edu.my sylvester@polikk.edu.my tony@polikk.edu.my zulkifli@polikk.edu.my nuramalina@polikk.edu.my

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PROGRAM DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

6.3.1 PROGRAMME OVERVIEW SYNOPSIS Diploma in Mechanical Engineering at Polytechnic’s Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia is designed to cover the current wide discipline of mechanical engineering with added specialization subjects in the field of mechanical engineering. Core courses offered include Engineering Mechanics, Electrical Technology, Engineering Drawing, Mechanical Workshop Practice, Workshop Technology, Computer Aided Design, Thermodynamics, Engineering Laboratory, Fluid Mechanics, Strength of Materials, Pneumatic & Hydraulics, Project, Maintenance Management, Material Technology, Mechanic of Machines, Engineering Design and Mechanical Components & Maintenance. The elective courses are Industrial Automation, CADCAM, Quality Control, Industrial Management, Instrumentation & Control. Common core courses included in the programme are Engineering Mathematics, Computer Application, Engineering Science, Occupational Health and Safety and Entrepreneurship. Compulsory courses offered include English for Professional Communication, Islamic or Moral Studies (TITAS), CoCurriculum and Soft Skill would equip students with interpersonal ability, attitude and professionalism towards their career.

6.3.2 JOB PROSPECT This programme provides the knowledge and skills in mechanical engineering field that can be applied to a broad range of careers in mechanical engineering. The knowledge and skills that the students acquire from the programme will enable them to participate in the job market as:        Technical Assistant Assistant Service Manager Service Advisor Supervisor Assistant Engineer Technical Instructor or Lecturer Technical Sales Executive

17 6.3.3 PROGRAMME AIM Graduates of diploma in mechanical engineering programme at Polytechnics will have knowledge, skills and attitude that will allow them to make tangible contributions and meet new technical challenges. They will possess entrepreneurial skills, practice good work ethics, be able to promote good morality and behavior, and continuously enhance their knowledge and skills. The graduates will communicate and interact responsibly and be able to contribute effectively as a team member. They will also be adaptable to new changes at the work place.

6.3.4 PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon completion of the programme, graduates should be able to: 1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to well defined mechanical engineering procedures and practices. 2. Apply knowledge of maintenance for mechanical equipment. 3. Demonstrate awareness and consideration for societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities. 4. Communicate effectively with the engineering community and the society at large. 5. Work independently or as a team member successfully. 6. Demonstrate an understanding of professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of mechanical engineering practices. 7. Demonstrate the understanding of the impact of mechanical engineering practices, taking into account the need for sustainable development. 8. Recognize the need for entrepreneurship, professional development and engage in independent and lifelong learning.

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SEMESTER

COURSE

SYNOPSIS

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME (CLO)

ENGINEERING DRAWING course provides the student with the basic fundamental of engineering drawing. It emphasizes on the practical knowledge of drawing instruments and drawing techniques that will be applied in workshop practical activities and in Computer Aided Design courses. JJ101 Engineering Drawing CREDIT(S) : 1 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

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1. Define the purpose and types of engineering drawing, the instruments and how to use them. Apply the appropriate paper size, scale, alphabet, number and various types of lines with their standard features. 2. Draw the boundary line and title box , construct and divide certain angle by using technical drawing instruments and Draw simple geometrical forms using various methods 3. Construct the tangent line by using a protractor, draw the tangent curve to two circles and the curve at the angular two lines. 4. Demonstrate the angle and determine the various types of views in an orthographic projection, differentiate the types of orthographic projections, draw the dimension of drawing on an orthographic projection according to the standard method. 5. Explains the relations between orthographic and auxiliary projection that determine the various type of views in auxiliary projection, Add in dimension for the drawing on an auxiliairy projection according to the standard and understand the relations between dimension. Also determine the standard dimensioning and tolerance for mechanical drawings

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JJ102 Electrical Technology

ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY exposes students to basic electrical circuit concepts, electric circuit installations, the application of electromagnetism in electrical machines and transformers. The course focuses on the different types of electrical circuits, the relationship between current and voltage including the resistance. It also provides the skills on the methods of constructing basic circuits and operating electrical machines and transformers.

CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Explain clearly basic electrical quantities, types of electrical circuits, electrical power, electrical energy and solve related problems. 2. Apply correctly basic principles of inductors, capacitors, AC circuits that contains R, L and C to solve problems. 3. Apply the principles of three phase systems, balanced load, star and delta type of connection to solve electrical circuit correctly. 4. Explain clearly the relationship between current flow and magnetism and AC machines in terms of operating principles, and solve related problems. 5. Identify the operations of transformers based on the principles of electromagnetism.

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JJ103 Mechanical Workshop practice 1

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MECHANICAL WORKSHOP PRACTICE 1 exposes the students to welding, machining and fitting which involves the use of arc and gas welding machine, lathe machine, drilling machine, grinding machine, hand tools, marking out tools, measuring and testing tools. Students are also taught to emphasize on safety procedures and cleanliness in the workshop. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Practice correctly safety procedures in the workshop. 2. Carry out fitting works with various hand tools, marking out, measuring tools, testing tools and drilling machine. 3. perform grinding works and various types of lathe work according to prescribed procedures 4. carry out correctly basic gas and arc welding works involving various processes of welding and types of joining metals according to S.O.P

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JJ104 Workshop Technology 1

WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY1 provides exposure to the students in using hand tools correctly and safely, technique of operating drilling machine and lathe machine. It also emphasis on ways of operating gas and arc welding equipment correctly and safely and gives emphasis on concept of tolerance in production process. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Describe clearly the importance of safety procedures and applications in general engineering workshop ( machining, welding, fitting and foundry work ). 2. Explain the use of measuring instruments and hand tools correctly. 3. Demonstrate an understanding of the use of drilling, lathe, grinding and milling machine. 4. Explain gas and arc welding, oxy-acetylene cutting and brazing clearly. 5. Identify correctly welding defects, types of joints, distortion, welding terminologies and symbols in arc welding.

JJ108 Engineering Laboratory 1

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ENGINEERING LABORATORY exposes the students to practical laboratory experiments in Electrical Technology and Engineering Mechanics. These experiments consists of collection of data through observation and experimentation, formulation and testing of theory. CREDIT(S) : 1 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Conduct appropriately electrical and engineering mechanics experiments in groups according to the standard of procedures. 2. Analyse critically the data of the experimental data in relation to the theoretical aspects. 3. Write critically the appropriate report based on the experiment results.

JJ203 Mechanical Workshop practice 2

MECHANICAL WORKSHOP PRACTICE 2 exposes the students to gas and arc welding, machining and foundry works. Safety procedure practice is heavily emphasized in the workshop. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : JJ103 MECHANICAL WORKSHOP PRACTICE 1

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1. Practice safety procedures correctly in the workshop according to the workshop safety procedure. 2. perform rightfully arc and gas welding works following the welding procedures 3. Produce simple mould pattern and practice on sand castings. 4. Operate correctly lathe machine, measuring and testing the work pieces according to manual specification.

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JJ204 Workshop Technology 2

WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY provides knowledge to the students regarding methods of measurement and inspection on of metric ‘V’ screw threads and spur gear. It also covers types of gears and their functions, surface texture, computerised numerical control, shielded arc welding and rapid prototyping. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : JJ104 WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY 1

1. State the method to measure and inspect metric screw thread correctly. 2. Describe clearly the types, uses and characteristic of gears, and the method of milling spur gear using simple direct indexing. 3. Justify correctly the importance of surface texture on engineering components and identify appropriately each roughness degree of a surface finish according to B.S. 1134. 4. Produce in groups a simple computerised numerical control program appropriately. 5. Explain concisely the principles of gas-shielded arc welding, TIG and MIG welding. 6. Determine prototyping for production moulds correctly.

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JJ205 Engineering Mechanics

ENGINEERING MECHANICS stresses on theoretical knowledge in statics and dynamics. This course provides students with fundamental understanding of forces and equilibrium, resultants, equilibrium of a rigid body and structural analysis. This course also covers an introduction to dynamics, kinematics of particles and kinetics of particles. CREDIT(S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Apply the principles of mathematics and physics to solve quantitative problems correctly. 2. Recognize correctly the relevancy of principles of force equilibrium and its importance in the analysis of structural system. 3. Explain clearly the concept of dynamics, kinetics and kinematics for particle and rigid body.

JJ206 Computer Aided Design 1

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COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN 1 provides a comprehensive introduction to computer-aided design software. Students will learn to navigate and use the software to create basic designs.

CREDIT(S) : 1 PREREQUISITE(S) : JJ101 ENGINEERING DRAWING

1. Draw correctly using CAD software. 2. Use the input and drawing command correctly to perform drawing. 3. Use editing display control and drawing assistance command correctly. 4. Distinguish clearly the importance of layer, block dimensioning and hatching. 5. Prepare exactly steps for plotting the drawing following the procedures.

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THERMODYNAMICS 1 exposes students to the basic concepts of thermodynamics related to unit, dimension, first law of thermodynamics and ideal gas model. This course also emphasizes on concepts on non flow process, flow process, properties of steam, second law of thermodynamics and properties of mixture and combustion processes. This course also provides knowledge and understanding of theory, concepts and application of principles to solve problems related to thermodynamics processes. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

JJ207 Thermodynamics 1

1. Describe correctly the basic concepts of system, boundary, surrounding, open and close systems and First Law of Thermodynamics. 2. Calculate correctly the compression and expansion of steam and gas using the second law of thermodynamics. 3. Determine correctly the properties of pure substances and its value using steam tables. 4. Explain clearly the gas power cycle using standard of cycles.

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JF302 Material Technology 1

MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY 1 provides students an understanding on pure metal, alloy and other non-metal materials that are commonly used in the engineering field, including a study on metal and alloy microstructure. Students also learn the processes of metal work and specific materials used to produce engineering components. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Explain clearly pure metal, alloy and other nonmetal materials that are commonly used in the engineering field. 2. Explain clearly the microstructure of metal and alloy. 3. Work in groups and present the processes of plastic products. 4. Explain concisely the principles of material testing and types of material defects.

JJ303 Mechanical Workshop Practice 3

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MECHANICAL WORKSHOP PRACTICE 3 exposes the students to use of TIG and MIG welding machines in welding work on horizontal, vertical and flat position. In addition students are exposed to use of lathe and milling machine. Safety procedures practice is emphasized in the workshop. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : JJ203 MECHANICAL WORKSHOP PRACTICE 2

1. Practice safety procedures correctly in the workshop according to the workshop safety regulation. 2. Perform correctly TIG and MIG welding work in various types of metal, metal thickness and joining. 3. Use lathe and milling machine for various types of cutting processes following the manual procedures or instruction.

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JJ306 Computer Aided Design 2

COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN 2 exposes the students to 3D design theory and practice of surfaces, types, formulation and implementation by CAD system. Students will master assembly creation techniques, assembly analysis and using CAD systems to create assembly model and assembly drawing. CREDIT(S) : 1 PREREQUISITE(S) : JJ206 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN 1

1. Explain clearly the configuration 3D CAD user and interface. 2. Demonstrate an understanding of sketching techniques and methods of using extruding 3. Create, place and constrain suitable custom and standard components in an assembly, simulate mechanisms, animate assembly design and check for interfaces. 4. Produce document designs using base, projected, section, detailed, and isometric drawing views and document assemblies using standard and exploded drawing views. 5. Develop automated dimension techniques and assembly centric bill of materials.

JJ308 Engineering Laboratory 2

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ENGINEERING LABORATORY 2 exposes the students to the demonstration at the real equipment of Fluid Mechanics, Strength of Materials and Thermodynamics 1.These experiment consists of the collection of data through observation and experimentation, formulation and testing of theory. CREDIT(S) : 1 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Conduct appropriately experiments in groups according to the standard of procedures. 2. Analyse critically the data of the experimental data in relation to the theoretical aspects. 3. Write critically the appropriate report based on the experiment results.

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JJ309 Fluid Mechanics

FLUID MECHANICS provides students with a strong fundamental understanding on fluid mechanics principles relating to basic foundation knowledge on fluid properties and behavior in a number of static and dynamic situations. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. determine clearly the characteristics and properties of fluids 2. solve problems correctly related to fluid static and fluid dynamics 3. demonstrate an understanding in pressure measurement in pipe connection system 4. explain clearly the concepts of fluid flow in the nozzle

JJ310 Strength of Materials

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS provides knowledge on concepts and calculation of forces on materials, thermal stress, shear force and bending moment, bending stress, shear stress and torsion in shafts. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

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1. Describe clearly forces on materials according to Hooke’s Law , shear stress and shear strain. 2. Determine correctly thermal stress in series and parallel composite bars. 3. Solve problems correctly in shear force and bending moment to the beam subjected to concentrated load and uniformly distributed load. 4. Determine correctly bending stress for cantilever beam and simply supported beam. 5. Use double integration method to solve successfully the deflection in the beam subjected to load and torsion for series and parallel composite shaft.

3

JJ311 Mechanics of Machines

MECHANICS OF MACHINES exposes the students with knowledge on basic techniques and concepts of mechanics of machines. This course also gives knowledge on how to create and use simple methods to solve problem in relation to hoists, friction, simple harmonic motion, velocity and acceleration diagram, friction and belt drives. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : JJ205 ENGINEERING MECHANICS

1. Explain correctly the concept of hoist system, acceleration, velocity, torque using equations of motion, simple harmonic motion, elastic motion and pendulum. 2. Determine correctly the velocity and acceleration of the mechanism using space, velocity and acceleration diagram. 3. Determine correctly solutions to the motion of a body acting by a traction force problems. 4. Analyze and balance the rotating masses using ‘mr’ and ‘mrl’ polygon. 5. Apply correctly the concept of belt drives system.

JJ503 Mechanical workshop practice 4

5

MECHANICAL WORKSHOP PRACTICES 4 allows students in getting use extensively and skillfully operate machine tools, extend their experiences on indexing, precision grinding, CNC machine and able to work in a clean and safe workshop environment. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : JJ303 MECHANICAL WORKSHOP PRACTICE 3

1. Practice safety procedures correctly in the workshop according to the workshop safety regulation. 2. Perform correctly indexing and machining processes for the surface machining and cylindrical grinding machine. 3. Write programs for EDM and CNC machining process using ISO codes. 4. Draw 3D solid model prior to program code generation using a CAD/CAM software and post processing of generated CNC codes.

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5

THERMODYNAMICS 2 expose students to the basic concepts of thermodynamics related to heat, work, changes of energy and the characteristics of a thermodynamics processes. This module also emphasis on steam power plant, gas turbine, refrigeration cycle and combined power cycle. This course also provides knowledge and understanding of theory, concepts and application of principles to solve problems related to thermodynamics processes. CREDIT(S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Describe correctly the principle of Rankine cycle using T-s diagram to find the isentropic efficiency, cycle efficiency, heat input, work, specific steam consumption and work ratio. 2. Determine clearly the internal combustion engine and sketch the Otto cycle and Diesel cycle diagram. 3. Sketch correctly temperature vs entrophy diagram (T-s) and pressure vs entrophy diagram (p-h). 4. Explain clearly the concepts of heat transfer and elaborate the general equation for heat transfer.

JJ508 Engineering Laboratory 3

JJ507 Thermodynamic 2

5

ENGINEERING LABORATORY 3 exposes the students to the demonstration at the real equipment of Mechanics of Machine, Thermodynamics and Materials Technology. These experiment consists of the collection of data through observation and experimentation, formulation and testing of theory. CREDIT(S) : 1 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Conduct appropriately experiments in groups according to the standard of procedures. 2. Analyze critically the data of the experimental data in relation to the theoretical aspects. 3. Write critically the appropriate report based on the experiment results.

5

JJ512 Pneumatic & Hydraulics

PNEUMATICS & HYDRAULICS provides knowledge and understanding to the importance of pneumatics and hydraulics circuits, equipment and design along with its usage in the industry sector. CREDIT(S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Explain clearly using the diagram of structural block and pneumatic system signal flow, air generation system and air distribution system. 2. Explain briefly the function and workings of cylinder, valve and sensor using construction symbols. 3. Design accurately a cylinder numerous sequence control and additional function. 4. Explain construction of valve, actuator, arrangement, basic circuit, pressure and flow control at hydraulic system actuators. 5. Conduct in group and write the laboratory report for the pneumatic and hydraulics experiments

5

JJ513 Engineering Design

ENGINEERING DESIGN provides knowledge on basic engineering design. It emphasizes mathematical analysis for simple component design in engineering such as key, pin joint, bolt, nut and welding. It also provides knowledge on gear design and selection of bearing. CREDIT(S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Apply the basic concept of design process to design product or component. 2. Apply the mathematical analysis for simple component design in safe load limitation. 3. Apply the basic concept and principle in gear designing. 4. Describe the procedures of bearing selection according to manufacturers’ data in specifying suitable bearings for a given application.

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5

PROJECT 1 prepares students with basic skills knowledge in presentation and preparing a well written paperwork. This module emphasize on personal development in self cleanliness, self confidence, positive mindset and effectiveness of communication skills. It also trains students in preparing a good presentation. CREDIT(S) : 1 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

JJ514 Project 1

1. demonstrate self cleanliness, self confidence and positive mindset in presentation 2. demonstrate a good speaking and listening skills in presentation 3. prepare a good proposal 4. deliver a good and interesting presentation

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PROJECT 2 introduces the students to the concept in conducting a design or case study. The students select a project and prepare a literature review, list the project needs, the project process involve, cost estimation, project schedule and applied appropriate methodology in the project planning. It also involves project implementation, project report and presentation. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : JJ514 PROJECT 1

1. Apply the concept in conducting a design or case study 2. Determine the design or case study to be carried out through discussion with group members and supervisory lecturer 3. Apply appropriate methodology to the design or case study 4. Conduct the project based on the planned design or case study 5. Produce a complete project report and presentation

JJ614 Project 2

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JJ615 Mechanical Component & Maintenance

MECHANICAL COMPONENTS AND MAINTENANCE covers basic mechanical components needs in Industry. The topic includes maintenance principles, procedures, lubrication, power transmission, bearing, clutches and brakes and pumps, valves and compressor. This course also gives knowledge and skills regarding maintenance of mechanical components and assemblies. CREDIT(S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Apply correctly safe working practices and explain the principles of preventative and first line maintenance 2. Identify exactly the function of lubricants and select correct lubricants for specific applications 3. Identify the power transmission systems in gear, belt drive and chain drive. 4. Explain clearly bearing, friction, temperature and lubrication, mounting and dismounting of bearing and bearing damage 5. Perform perfectly assemble, dismantle and replace for various mechanical components system with specialize in clutches, brakes, pump, valves and compressors.

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JJ616 Maintenance Management

MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT covers topic such as maintenance organization, maintenance strategies system, system approach to maintenance, maintenance planning and scheduling and computerized maintenance management system (CMMS). This course also includes knowledge regarding maintenance of facilities and equipments activities in a good working condition and develops good management knowledge. CREDIT(S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Identify clearly the maintenance organization and strategies which balance maintenance cost against the impact of plant failure. 2. Explain clearly the procedures for changeovers and set-ups, carrying out frequent maintenance tasks, better practice, which all lead to reduced costs and better service. 3. Develop planning and scheduling of the maintenance jobs to increased enthusiasm and involvement of the workforce. 4. Demonstrate an understanding the maintenance system in CMMS to making as a power tool for enhancing reliability effort.

ELECTIVE

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CADCAM explain the theory and basic of coding languages, structure and the use of CAD/CAM systems for generating and verifying tool path. Besides that, students will learn how to create various machining code and transfer to CNC machine using CADCAM software. Students also exposure to modern manufacturing system as well as Flexible Manufacturing System (FMS), Computer Integrated System (CIM) and Reverse Engineering (RE). CREDIT(S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Integrate correctly of CAD, NC and CAM with the CNC Machine. 2. Explain clearly the concept and theory of M and G code CNC programming. 3. Explain useful the CNC Milling and Turning process. 4. Generate successful machining code by utilizing CADCAM software during milling, turning and hole making process. 5. Describe clearly and present information the overall picture of modern manufacturing system.

JF504 CADCAM

5/6

JM608 Industrial Automation

THE INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION explains advantages and disadvantages of using robots along with a description of the classification systems used with robots. It’s also giving students an understanding of modern industrial automation technology.

CREDIT(S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : JM507 PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER

1. Describe the definition and classification of automation in industry. 2. Identify the basic components and applications of automation system. 3. Explain the fundamental mechanical concept as related to the field of robotic. 4. Identify the specific applications of sensors in robotic. 5. Developed an understanding of the common major components of industrial robots. 6. Describe type of automation and recognize some of the programming languages and modes of operation used in industry.

JJ517 Instrumentation & Control

5/6

INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL exposes the students to the basic principles in control system and its usage in industrial sector are the main focus in this course. Instrumentation and control also provides knowledge to the students in components measurement in control system that are normally used in industries. CREDIT(S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Explain clearly the instrumentation concept and measurement system. 2. Describe briefly the basic items in the instrumentation system 3. Identify correctly types of measurements for the industrial application 4. Describe types of control action 5. Apply precisely the computer usage in control process.

5/6

JF608 Quality Control

QUALITY CONTROL provides knowledge on basic principle and concept of quality including statistical method in controlling products quality or services. This course also emphasize on the application of Control Chart and Quality Control tools. In addition, this course also explains the importance of International Standard of Quality Assurance Standard, ISO 9000 for an organization. CREDIT(S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Describe brief basic knowledge in quality including concept of quality and terms that are associated to quality. 2. Explain short the meaning and the purposes of inspection on products and choosing the appropriate method. 3. Apply successful SPC and SQC in controlling product and service quality using statistical method. 4. Analyze correctly using various types of plotted charts as such as control chart, matrix, Pareto chart, scatter diagram, check sheet, graph and brainstorming for quality improvement purposes. 5. Explain clearly the importance of International Standard of quality assurance, ISO 9000 for an organization.

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JJ618 Engineering Plant Technology

ENGINEERING PLANT TECHNOLOGY provides an introduction to plant technology, such as steam powered plant, steam turbine, gas turbine plant, diesel power plant, compressed air plant and water pump. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Differentiate the types of boiler used in the industry. 2. Explain the basic concept of power plant including steam power plant, gas turbine power plant, diesel power plant and compressed air plant power plant. 3. Explain the main parts of water pump and its functions.

5/6

JJ619 Industrial Management

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT provides students to a strong fundamental understanding of industrial management prospect, production system planning such as inventory, scheduling, production system operation, facilities, plan location, layout and line balancing. This course also provides knowledge in quality control and human resource management. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Define the concept of industrial engineering and management. 2. Explain plant location, layout, process and balancing concept in the industry. 3. Analyze the concept of inventory in the industry. 4. Apply scheduling method in production system identify the quality issues and human resource needs.

27 6.3.6 PROGRAM STRUCTURE (DKM)
COURSE CODE COURSE SEMESTER 1 AA 101** AA 102*** AE 101 AR 101 BA 101 BB 101 BC 101 JJ 101 JJ 102 JJ 103 JJ 104 JJ 108 Islamic Education 1 Moral Education 1 Communicative English 1 Co-Curriculum 1 Engineering Mathematics 1 Engineering Science Computer Application Engineering Drawing Engineering Technology Mechanical Workshop Practice 1 Workshop Technology 1 Engineering Laboratory 1 TOTAL SEMESTER 2 AA 201** AA 202*** AR 201 AS 101 AW 101 BA 201 JJ 203 JJ 204 JJ 205 JJ 206 JJ 207 Islamic Education 2 Moral Education 2 Co-Curriculum 2 Soft Skills Occupational Safety and Health 1 Engineering Mathematics 2 Mechanical Workshop Practice 2 Workshop Technology 2 Engineering Mechanics Computer Aided Design 1 Thermodynamics 1 TOTAL SEMESTER 3 AA 301 AE 301 BA 301 JJ 303 JJ 306 JJ 308 JJ 309 JJ 310 JJ 302 JJ 311 Islamic Civilization Communicative English 2 Engineering Mathematics 3 Mechanical Workshop Practice 3 Computer Aided Design 2 Engineering Laboratory 2 Fluid mechanics Strength of Materials Material Technology 1 Mechanics of Machines TOTAL 2 1 2 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 13 1 2 0 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 18 2 2 0 1 1 2 0 2 3 0 2 13 1 1 2 2 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 3 1 2 18 2 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 10 1 1 4 2 1 1 2 2 0 4 0 2 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 18 L P T C

                                                                         

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AE 501 BA 501 JJ 503 JJ 507 JJ 508 JJ 512 JJ 513 JJ 514

Communicative English 3 Engineering Mathematics 4 Mechanical Workshop Practice 4 Thermodynamics 2 Engineering Laboratory 3 Pneumatic & Hydraulics Engineering Design Project 1,2 *** Elective TOTAL SEMESTER 6

1 2 0 2 0 2 3 1 2 13

2 0 4 0 2 2 0 0 2 12

0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

2 2 2 2 1 3 3 1 2 18

BA 601 PB 201 JJ 614 JJ 615 JJ 616

Engineering Mathematics 5 Entrepreneurship Project 2 Mechanical Components & Maintenance Maintenance Management *** Elective TOTAL GRAND TOTAL

2 2 0 2 2 2 10 59

0 0 4 2 0 2 8 61

1 1 0 0 0 0 2 10

2 2 2 3 2 2 13 95

*** Students can select any of the elective courses that are offered by the institution *** Elective JF 504 JM 608 JJ 517 JJ 608 JJ 618 JJ 619 CADCAM Industrial Automation Instrumentation & Control Quality Control Engineering Plant Technology Industrial Management 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 2 2 2 2

NOTE : Students are required to complete one elective at each semester 5 and 6 (minimum of 4 credits of elective course)

** For Muslim Students L : Lecture

*** For Non Muslim Students T : Tutorial C : Credit

P : Practical / Lab

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JJ101 Engineering Drawing JJ102 Electrical Technology JJ103 Mechanical Workshop Practice 1 JJ104 Workshop Technology 1 JJ108 Engineering Laboratory 1 JJ203 Mechanical Workshop Practice 2 JJ204 Workshop Technology 2 JJ205 Engineering Mechanics JJ206 Computer Aided Design 1 JJ207 Thermodynamics 1 JF302 Material Technology 1

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JJ309 Fluid Mechanics JJ310 Strength of Materials JJ311 Mechanics of Machines JJ503 Mechanical workshop practice 4 JJ507 Thermodynamic 2 JJ508 Engineering Laboratory 3 JJ512 Pneumatic & Hydraulics JJ513 Engineering Design JJ514 Project 1 JJ614 Project 2 JJ615 Mechanical Component & Maintenance JJ616 Maintenance Management JF504 CADCAM JM608 Industrial Automation JJ517 Instrumentation & Control JF608 Quality Control JJ618 Engineering Plant Technology JJ619 Industrial Management

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6.4

PROGRAMME DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (MANUFACTURING)

6.4.1 PROGRAMME OVERVIEW SYNOPSIS Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (Manufacturing) is designed to cover the current wide discipline of mechanical engineering with added specialisation in the area of manufacturing. The broad-based mechanical engineering foundation courses which includes Computer Application, Engineering Drawing, Computer Aided Design, Occupational Safety and Health and Mechanical Workshop provides versatility to the graduates, while emphasizing the area of specialisation in manufacturing. Some of the specialised courses include Workshop Technology, Manufacturing System, Materials Technology, Computer Aided Manufacturing Design, Industrial Robotics, Manufacturing Control, Quality Control, Jigs, Fixtures & Tooling Design, Engineering Design, CADCAM, Manufacturing Economy, Instrumentation & Control and Industrial Maintenance.

6.4.2 JOB PROSPECT

This programme provides the knowledge and skills in mechanical and manufacturing engineering field that can be applied to a broad range of careers in manufacturing industries. The knowledge and skills that the students acquire from the programme will enable them to participate in the job market as:
• Supervisor • Technical Specialist • Technical Assistant • Quality Technician • CNC Programmer • Production/Process Planner • Purchasing Technician • Product Designer • Design Drafter • CADD Technician • Process Technician

32 6.4.3 PROGRAMME AIM Graduates of diploma in mechanical engineering (manufacturing) programme at Polytechnics will have knowledge, skills and attitude that will allow them to make tangible contributions and meet new technical challenges. They will possess entrepreneurial skills, practice good work ethics, be able to promote good morality and behaviour, and continuously enhance their knowledge and skills. The graduates will communicate and interact responsibly and be able to contribute effectively as a team member. They will also be adaptable to new changes at the work place.

6.4.4 PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES At the end of the programme, graduates should be able to: 1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to well defined mechanical engineering procedures and practices. 2. Troubleshoot, repair and do maintenance for mechanical equipment with specialization in manufacturing. 3. Demonstrate awareness and consideration for societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities. 4. Communicate effectively with the engineering community and the society at large. 5. Work independently or as a team member successfully. 6. Demonstrate an understanding of professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of mechanical engineering practices. 7. Demonstrate the understanding of the impact of mechanical engineering practices, taking into account the need for sustainable development. 8. Recognise the need for entrepreneurship, professional development and engage in independent and lifelong learning.

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6.4.5 SYNOPSIS AND COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (DTP)

SEMESTER

COURSE

SYNOPSIS

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME (CLO)

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JJ101 Engineering Drawing

ENGINEERING DRAWING course provides the student with the basic fundamental of engineering drawing. It emphasizes on the practical knowledge of drawing instruments and drawing techniques that will be applied in workshop practical activities and in Computer Aided Design courses. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 1 NONE

1. Explain clearly the purpose and types of engineering drawing 2. Draw simple geometrical forms using various methods. 3. Demonstrate an understanding of the geometric dimensioning and tolerance (GDT) 4. Describe clearly the angle and the various types of views in an orthographic projection. 5. Draw precisely auxiliary projection, isometric views and developments.

1

ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY exposes students 1. Explain clearly basic electrical quantities, to basic electrical circuit concepts, electric circuit types of electrical circuits, electrical power, installations, the application of electromagnetism electrical energy and solve related problems. in electrical machines and transformers. The 2. Apply correctly basic principles of inductors, course focuses on the different types of electrical capacitors, AC circuits that contains R, L and circuits, the relationship between current and C to solve problems. voltage including the resistance. It also provides 3. Apply the principles of three phase systems, the skills on the methods of constructing basic balanced load, star and delta type of circuits and operating electrical machines and connection to solve electrical circuit correctly. transformers. 4. Explain clearly the relationship between current flow and magnetism and AC machines in terms of operating principles, and solve CREDIT HOUR(S) : 2 related problems. PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE 5. Identify the operations of transformers based on the principles of electromagnetism.

JJ103 Mechanical Workshop Practice 1

JJ102 Electrical Technology

1

MECHANICAL WORKSHOP PRACTICE 1 exposes the students to welding, machining and fitting which involves the use of arc and gas welding machine, lathe machine, drilling machine, grinding machine, hand tools, marking out tools, measuring and testing tools. Students are also taught to emphasize on safety procedures and cleanliness in the workshop. CREDIT (S) : 2 PREREQUISITE (S) : NONE

1. Practice correctly safety procedures in the workshop. 2. Carry out fitting works with various hand tools, marking out, measuring tools, testing tools and drilling machine. 3. Perform grinding works and various types of lathe work according to prescribed procedures. 4. Carry out correctly basic gas and arc welding works involving various processes of welding and types of joining metals according to S.O.P.

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JJ104 Workshop Technology 1

WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY1 provides exposure to the students in using hand tools correctly and safely, technique of operating drilling machine and lathe machine. It also emphasis on ways of operating gas and arc welding equipment correctly and safely and gives emphasis on concept of tolerance in production process. CREDIT PREREQUISITE(S) : : 2 NONE

1. Describe clearly the importance of safety procedures and applications in general engineering workshop ( machining, welding, fitting and foundry work ). 2. Explain the use of measuring instruments and hand tools correctly. 3. Demonstrate an understanding of the use of drilling, lathe, grinding and milling machine. 4. Explain gas and arc welding, oxy-acetylene cutting and brazing clearly. 5. Identify correctly welding defects, types of joints, distortion, welding terminologies and symbols in arc welding.

2

JJ108 Engineering Laboratory 1

ENGINEERING LABORATORY exposes the students to practical laboratory experiments in Electrical Technology and Engineering Mechanics. These experiments consist of collection of data through observation and experimentation, formulation and testing of theory. CREDIT (S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 1 NONE

1. Conduct appropriately electrical and engineering mechanics experiments in groups according to the standard of procedures. 2. Analyse critically the data of the experimental data in relation to the theoretical aspects. 3. Write critically the appropriate report based on the experiment results.

2

JF201 Manufacturing System

MANUFACTURING SYSTEM explains the terminologies and concepts that are necessary in the learning of manufacturing system. It provides knowledge regarding production control objectives and activities, importance of quality control and the function of maintenance. It also emphasizes on production planning, operation management, work study, quality assurance, machine maintenance and materials handling. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 2 NONE

1. Explain clearly the basic concept of manufacturing system in production planning. 2. Apply different resource scheduling methods correctly in operation management 3. Explain clearly work study in manufacturing, explain satisfactorily the importance of Quality assurance (QA), zero defect, Quality Control Circle (QCC), basic quality tools and methods of generating ideas in improving quality. 4. Describe correctly materials handling system and machine maintenance in manufacturing system. 5. Present successfully the manufacturing system in groups.

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JJ204 Workshop Technology 2

WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY provides knowledge to the students regarding methods of measurement and inspection on of metric ‘V’ screw threads and spur gear. It also covers types of gears and their functions, surface texture, computerised numerical control, shielded arc welding and rapid prototyping.

CREDIT HOUR(S) PREREQUISITE(S)

: :

2 JJ104 WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY 1

1. State the method to measure and inspect metric screw thread correctly. 2. Describe clearly the types, uses and characteristic of gears, and the method of milling spur gear using simple direct indexing. 3. Justify correctly the importance of surface texture on engineering components and identify appropriately each roughness degree of a surface finish according to B.S. 1134. 4. Produce in groups a simple computerised numerical control program appropriately. 5. Explain concisely the principles of gasshielded arc welding, TIG and MIG welding. 6. Determine prototyping for production moulds correctly.

2

JJ205 Engineering Mechanics

ENGINEERING MECHANICS stresses on theoretical knowledge in statics and dynamics. This course provides students with fundamental understanding of forces and equilibrium, resultants, equilibrium of a rigid body and structural analysis. This course also covers an introduction to dynamics, kinematics of particles and kinetics of particles. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 3 NONE

1. Apply the principles of mathematics and physics to solve quantitative problems correctly. 2.Recognize correctly the relevancy of principles of force equilibrium and its importance in the analysis of structural system 3.Explain clearly the concept of dynamics, kinetics and kinematics for particle and rigid body.

2

JJ206 Computer Aided Design 1

COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN 1 provides a comprehensive introduction to computer-aided design software. Students will learn to navigate and use the software to create basic designs. CREDIT(S) :1 PREREQUISITE(S) : JJ101 ENGINEERING DRAWING

1. Draw correctly using CAD software. 2. Use the input and drawing command correctly to perform drawing. 3. Use editing display control and drawing assistance command correctly. 4. Distinguish clearly the importance of layer, block dimensioning and hatching. 5. Prepare exactly steps for plotting the drawing following the procedures.

2

THERMODYNAMICS 1 exposes students to the basic concepts of thermodynamics related to unit, dimension, first law of thermodynamics and ideal gas model. This course also emphasizes on concepts on non flow process, flow process, properties of steam, second law of thermodynamics and properties of mixture and combustion processes. This course also provides knowledge and understanding of theory, concepts and application of principles to solve problems related to thermodynamics processes. CREDIT HOUR(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Describe correctly the basic concepts of system, boundary, surrounding, open and close systems and First Law of Thermodynamics. 2. Calculate correctly the compression and expansion of steam and gas using the second Law of thermodynamics. 3. Determine correctly the properties of pure substances and its value using steam tables. 4. Explain clearly the gas power cycle using standard of cycles.

JJ207 Thermodynamics 1

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JF302 Material Technology 1

MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY 1 provides students an understanding on pure metal, alloy and other non-metal materials that are commonly used in the engineering field, including a study on metal and alloy microstructure. Students also learn the processes of metal work and specific materials used to produce engineering components. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 2 NONE

1. Explain clearly pure metal, alloy and other non-metal materials that are commonly used in the engineering field. 2. Explain clearly the microstructure of metal and alloy. 3. Work in groups and present the processes of plastic products. 4. Explain concisely the principles of material testing and types of material defects

3

MANUFACTURING WORKSHOP PRACTICE 1 exposes the students to the knowledge and skills of machining, plastic and welding process. The topics are covered fundamentals of applications and process in Grinding, Milling, Plastic and TIG/MIG welding. It comprises handling, technique and operate machines, and welding technique. Through this course the students will learn few things regarding the quality assurance and control, inspection and testing, supervision, factory training etc. It comprises of planning skill, supervising the design, inspection and testing the welding task in order to fulfill the quality assurance and safety rules in handling and during process based on standard. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 2 NONE

JF303 Manufacturing Practice 1

1. Define clearly features, benefits and application of milling, grinding, and TIG/MIG welding and joining methods. 2. Relate suitable behaviour of materials and their response to welding and joining methods 3. Perform suitable process using plastic machine, milling and grinding machine. 4. Handle correct process of surface and cylindrical grinding process based on the drawing. 5. Comply correctly quality assurance/quality control requirement in machining and fabrication.

3

JJ306 Computer Aided Design 2

COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN 2 exposes the students to 3D design theory and practice of surfaces, types, formulation and implementation by CAD system. Students will master assembly creation techniques, assembly analysis and using CAD systems to create assembly model and assembly drawing. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 1 JJ206 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN 1

1. Explain clearly the configuration 3D CAD user and interface. 2. Demonstrate an understanding of sketching techniques and methods of using extruding 3. Create, place and constrain suitable custom and standard components in an assembly, simulate mechanisms, animate assembly design and check for interfaces. 4. Produce document designs using base, projected, section, detailed, and isometric drawing views and document assemblies using standard and exploded drawing views. 5. Develop automated dimension techniques and assembly centric bill of materials.

3

JJ308 Engineering Laboratory 2

ENGINEERING LABORATORY 2 exposes the students to the demonstration at the real equipment of Fluid Mechanics, Strength of Materials and Thermodynamics 1.These experiment consists of the collection of data through observation and experimentation, formulation and testing of theory. CREDIT (S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 1 NONE

1. Conduct appropriately experiments in groups according to the standard of procedures. 2. Analyse critically the data of the experimental data in relation to the theoretical aspects. 3. Write critically the appropriate report based on the experiment results.

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JJ309 Fluid Mechanics

FLUID MECHANICS provides students with a strong fundamental understanding on fluid mechanics principles relating to basic foundation knowledge on fluid properties and behaviour in a number of static and dynamic situations. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 2 NONE

1. Determine clearly the characteristics and properties of fluids. 2. Solve problems correctly related to fluid static and fluid dynamics. 3. Demonstrate an understanding in pressure measurement in pipe connection system. 4. Explain clearly the concepts of fluid flow in the nozzle.

3

JJ310 Strength Of Materials

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS provides knowledge on concepts and calculation of forces on materials, thermal stress, shear force and bending moment, bending stress, shear stress and torsion in shafts. CREDIT (S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 2 NONE

1. Describe clearly forces on materials according to Hooke’s Law , shear stress and shear strain. 2. Determine correctly thermal stress in series and parallel composite bars. 3. Solve problems correctly in shear force and bending moment to the beam subjected to concentrated load and uniformly distributed load. 4. Determine correctly bending stress for cantilever beam and simply supported beam. 5. Use double integration method to solve successfully the deflection in the beam subjected to load and torsion for series and parallel composite shaft.

5

JF503 Mechanical Workshop Practice 2

MANUFACTURING WORKSHOP PRACTICES 2 provides knowledge and skill to the students in the usage of Conventional machines, CNC automatic machine, robotic, specific welding as well as inspection process and testing on the work piece. This module emphasis on handling and usage of whittling machine, shaping machine, accurate grinding machine, robotic, CNC lathe machine as well as CNC EDM. The programming aspect is also focused in the usage of CNC machine and robotic. This module covers specific welding work such as foundering welding; plastic welding as well as inspection works and testing on work piece using surface texture comparator equipment and universal microscope equipment. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 2 NONE

1. Operate correctly the normal machines such as lathing, milling, shaping machine and accurate grinding machine. 2. Operate proper the CNC lathe, CNC milling and EDM machine using standard procedure. 3. Operate proper welding works using foundering arc welding machine and plastic welding machine using standard procedure. 4. Conduct appropriate analyses measurement concept on work piece using surface texture comparator equipment, use of gauge and universal microscope.

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CADCAM explain the theory and basic of coding languages, structure and the use of CAD/CAM systems for generating and verifying tool path. Besides that, students will learn how to create various machining code and transfer to CNC machine using CADCAM software. Students also exposure to modern manufacturing system as well as Flexible Manufacturing System (FMS), Computer Integrated System (CIM) and Reverse Engineering(RE). CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 2 NONE

1. Integrate correctly of CAD, NC and CAM with the CNC Machine 2. Explain clearly the concept and theory of M and G code CNC programming 3. Explain useful the CNC Milling and Turning process Generate successful machining code by utilizing CADCAM software during milling, turning and hole making process 5. Describe clearly and present information the overall picture of modern manufacturing System.

JF504 CADCAM

5

JF505 Industrial Robotics

INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS explains advantages and disadvantages of using robots along with a description of the classification systems used with robots. Robotics components such as actuators, tooling and control systems are examined. Robot programming operations and robot application are also discussed. The course ends with an explanation of the ANSI robotics safety standard and maintenance process.

CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S)

: :

2 NONE

1. State clearly the Robot Industries Association's definition of an industrial robot and explain five of the advantages and disadvantages. 2. Describe specifically the classification of robot and recognize all of the types of robot component. 3. Describe correctly the robot end effectors categories: standard grippers, vacuum devices, magnetic devices, flexible pneumatic devices, special-purpose tools, and specialpurpose devices. 4. Explain briefly the command used sensors in an industrial robotics and robot programming operation. 5. Explain clearly the type robot processing capabilities that are available and understand standard safety requirement for Industrial Robots and Robot Systems.

5

JF506 Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory 1

MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING LABORATORY 1 provides students an understanding on critical measurements of mass and force, heat treatment and material testing for a broad range of industries and aspects of everyday life. Student will learn how to make a program using PLC, widely used in manufacturing and mechanical processes. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 1 NONE

1. Operate successful the material testing equipment for destructive and non-destructive testing. 2. Handle correctly various of measuring equipment in metrology. 3. Conduct appropriately the heat treatment process of materials selected. 4. Construct successful a simple program and application by using PLC.

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PNEUMATICS & HYDRAULICS provides knowledge and understanding to the importance of pneumatics and hydraulics circuits, equipment and design along with its usage in the industry sector. J512 Pneumatic & Hydraulics 5 CREDIT HOUR(S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Explain clearly using the diagram of structural block and pneumatic system signal flow, air generation system and air distribution system. 2. Explain briefly the function and workings of cylinder, valve and sensor using construction symbols. 3. Design accurately a cylinder numerous sequence control and additional function. 4. Explain construction of valve, actuator, arrangement, basic circuit, pressure and flow control at hydraulic system actuators. 5. Conduct in group and write the laboratory report for the pneumatic and hydraulics experiments

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PROJECT 1 prepares students with basic skills knowledge in presentation and preparing a well written paperwork. This module emphasize on personal development in self cleanliness, self confidence, positive mindset and effectiveness of communication skills. It also trains students in preparing a good presentation. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 1 NONE

JJ514 Project 1

1. Demonstrate self cleanliness, self confidence and positive mindset in presentation. 2. Demonstrate a good speaking and listening skills in presentation. 3. Prepare a good proposal. 4. Deliver a good and interesting presentation.

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MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING LAB 2 aims to enable the learner to develop knowledge and skills in Industrial Robot Application, Statistical Process Control (SPC) and Inventory Control. In Robot Application, it will focus on programming, hands on training and robot application (welding, spraying and material handling). Statistical Process Control (SPC) uses statistical tools to observe the performance of the production process in order to predict significant deviations that may later result in rejected product. Control chart, Pareto Chart, Cause-and-Effect diagram and c, p, u, np chart are used in SPC. Inventory control involves in understanding quantity discounts and inventory control. Rapid prototyping is used in designing complex design shapes. It involves in modifying and completing design of a prototype. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 1 NONE

1. Construct suitable program for robot to complete a specific task using on and offline programming. 2. Apply correctly hands on robot application as such as material handling, welding and spraying and rapid prototyping in designing. 3. Interpret precisely data and graph control charts in observing the performance of a production process. 4. Use appropriate quality improvement tool as such as Pareto Diagram, Cause-and-Effect diagram and control chart for attribute, c, p, u np chart. 5. Identify precisely the quantity of inventory to be order at the minimum cost on the total ost curve using EOQ in inventory control. 6. Apply correctly rapid prototyping design process using rapid prototyping machine.

JF606 Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory 2

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MANUFACTURING CONTROL provides knowledge about basic principal and concept how to manage an organization, major levels in manufacturing planning and control system (MPC) which are making forecast, production plan, control production and manage inventory. This course also gives knowledge on how to handle product movement during manufacturing processes, starting from ordering raw materials until the products completed by looking at supply chain management, Just In Time (JIT) and capacity planning. It also includes knowledge on computer application in managing MRP system (material management), production scheduling and inventory management. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 2 NONE

1. Explain brief and present the information of management basics function, organization structure, various types of planning horizon, manufacturing planning and control (MPC) and forecasting methods. 2. Explain clearly the importance of supply chain management, logistics management and Just in time (JIT) approaches. 3. Explain brief the usage and method to prepare Master Production Schedule (MPS) and Material Requirement Planning (MRP) and the procedures to make short term ability plan. 4. Describe suitable costs that associated with inventory management, method used in inventory co trol, inventory ordering model, method to determine the Economic Ordering Quantity and calculate the annual total inventory management cost.

JF607 Manufacturing Control

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JF608 Manufacturing Control

QUALITY CONTROL provides knowledge on basic principle and concept of quality including statistical method in controlling products quality or services. This course also emphasize on the application of Control Chart and Quality Control tools. In addition, this course also explains the importance of International Standard of Quality Assurance Standard, ISO 9000 for an organization. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 2 NONE

1. Describe brief basic knowledge in quality including concept of quality and terms that are associated to quality. 2. Explain short the meaning and the purposes of inspection on products and choosing the appropriate method. 3. Apply successful SPC and SQC in controlling product and service quality using statistical method. 4. Analyze correctly using various types of plotted charts as such as control chart, matrix, Pareto chart, scatter diagram, check sheet, graph and brainstorming for quality improvement purposes. 5. Explain clearly the importance of International Standard of quality assurance, ISO 9000 for an organization.

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JIG, FIXTURES AND TOOLING DESIGN exposes the students to the knowledge of datum concept, geometric tolerances, and fundamentals to build the tooling based on clamping and locating principle. The topics are also covered principle of tooling applications in metal and nonmetal process. All the topics discussed will help the students to understand and able to plan and identified use of tooling. Students will also expose to the application of tooling in related industries. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 3 NONE

1. Give in own terms terminologies, datum concept, geometric tolerances, and tooling concept with suitable examples. 2. Explain fundamentals of jig and fixtures design, components and applications in metal process 3. Describe fundamentals of mould design, components and applications in nonmetal process 4. Explain fundamentals of tools and die design, components and applications in metal stamping. 5. Formulate the drawing, design and tooling components.

JF609 Jigs, Fixtures & Tooling Design

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PROJECT 2 introduces the students to the concept in conducting a design or case study. The students select a project and prepare a literature review, list the project needs, the project process involve, cost estimation, project schedule and applied appropriate methodology in the project planning. It also involves project implementation, project report and presentation. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 2 JJ514 PROJECT 1 ELECTIVE MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY 2 exposed students on several types of metal, alloy and other non-metal materials that are commonly used in the engineering field. Components covered such as stainless steel, non-ferrus alloy, polymers, environmental effect and characteristic of electrical materials. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 2 NONE

1. Apply the concept in conducting a design or case study 2. Determine the design or case study to be carried out through discussion with group members and supervisory lecturer 3. Apply appropriate methodology to the design or case study 4. Conduct the project based on the planned design or case study 5. produce a complete project report and presentation.

JJ614 Project 2

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1. Explain clearly the classes of stainless steel and its application in engineering field. 2. Describe correctly the mechanic characteristics and its application of nonferrous alloy in engineering field. 3.Describe correctly the mechanic characteristics and its application of polymers in engineering field. 4. Explain clearly and present the environmental effect on materials. 5. Explain clearly the electrical features of materials.

JF502 Material Technology 2

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JF510 Industrial Maintenance

INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE aims to enable the learners to develop the knowledge in the maintenance of engineering components and assemblies. Upon successful completion of this course the learner will be able to describe the machine components/assemblies and repair or obtain replacements for damaged parts then reassemble and fit the components/assemblies. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 2 NONE

1. Describe clearly the engineering maintenance procedures 2. Explains clearly the different method of power transmission 3. Describes correctly the lubricants used in industry 4. Describes correctly the various types of conveying system and components 5. Explain clearly and work in group the implementation of preventive maintenance

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MANUFACTURING ECONOMIC provide knowledge to students on concept, basic element principle cost component and decision making which are involved in manufacturing. Decision making in manufacturing process. Course focuses on fix cost, variable cost, direct and indirect cost, labour cost, materials and costing and actual cost. Also included break-even point analysis to explain a concept of decision making in manufacturing process. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 2 NONE

1. Apply the basic concept of design process to design product or component. 2. Apply the mathematical analysis for simple component design in safe load limitation. 3. Apply the basic concept and principle in gear designing. 4. Describe the procedures of bearing selection according to manufacturers’ data in specifying suitable bearings for a given application.

JJ513 Engineering Design

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JJ517 Engineering Design

ENGINEERING DESIGN provides knowledge on basic engineering design. It emphasizes mathematical analysis for simple component design in engineering such as key, pin joint, bolt, nut and welding. It also provides knowledge on gear design and selection of bearing. CREDIT (S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 3 NONE

1. Explain clearly the instrumentation concept and measurement system. 2. Describe briefly the basic items in the instrumentation system 3. Identify correctly types of measurements for the industrial application 4. Describe types of control action 5. Apply precisely the computer usage in control process.

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JF611 Manufacturing Economy

INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL exposes the students to the basic principles in control system and its usage in industrial sector are the main focus in this course. Instrumentation and control also provides knowledge to the students in components measurement in control system that are normally used in industries. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 2 NONE

1. Explain correct the fix cost, variable cost, actual cost, direct and indirect cost. 2. Describe clearly the five factors which influences the manufacturing cost. 3. Describe short the factors which involves actual cost in manufacturing process. 4. Analyze correctly of decision making in breakeven point concept.

43 6.4.6 PROGRAM STRUCTURE (DTP)

COURSE CODE

COURSE SEMESTER 1

L

P

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C

AA 101** AA 102*** AE 101 AR 101 BA 101 BB 101 BC 101 JJ 101 JJ 102 JJ103 JJ104 JJ 108

Islamic Education 1 Moral Education 1 Communicative English 1 Co-Curriculum 1 Engineering Mathematics 1 Engineering Science Computer Application Engineering Drawing Electrical Technology Mechanical Workshop Practice 1 Workshop Technology 1 Engineering Laboratory 1 TOTAL SEMESTER 2

2 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 0

1 1 4 2 1 1 2 2 0 4 0 2 19 

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 18 

                         

COURSE CODE

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AT 401

Industrial Training SEMESTER 5

10

AE 501 BA 501 JJ 508 JJ 512 JM 505 JM 506 JM 507 JJ 514

Communicative English 3 Engineering Mathematics 4 Engineering Laboratory 2 Pneumatic & Hydraulics Microprocessor and Controller Programmable Logic Controller Control System Project 1 *** Elective TOTAL SEMESTER 6

1 2 0 2 2 1 2 1 2 13 

2 0 2 2 1 2 1 0 2 12 

0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 

2 2 1 3 2 2 2 1 2 17 

  
AA 201** AA 202*** AR 201 AS 101 BA 201 JJ204 JJ 205 JJ 206 JJ 207 JF201

BA 601 2 2 0 1 2 2 3 0 2 2 14  1 1 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 7  0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2  2 2 1 2 2 2 3 1 2 2 17 

Engineering Mathematics 5 Enthepreneurship Project 2 Industrial Automation Power Transfer Mechanism Basic Power Electronic *** Elective TOTAL

2 2 0 2 2 2 2 1 2 6 1

0 0 4 2 0 2 2 1 0 5 8

1 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 1

2 2 2 3 2 3 2 1 6 9 5

Islamic Education 2 Moral Education 2 Co-Curriculum 2 Soft Skills Engineering Mathematics 2 Workshop Technology 2 Engineering Mechanics Computer Aided Design 1 Thermodynamic 1 Manufacturing System TOTAL SEMESTER 3

             

PB 201 JJ 614 JM 608 JM 609 JM 610

GRAND TOTAL

*** Students can select any of the elective courses that are offered by the institution *** Elective

  
AA 301 AE 301 BA 301 AW 101 JJ 306 JJ 308 JJ 309 JJ 310 JF 302 JF 303

 
2 1 2 1 0 0 2 2 2 0 12  0 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 4 10  1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 4  2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 17 

JJ 513 JF502 JF510 JJ517 JJ 611

Engineering Design Material Technology 2 Industrial Maintenance Instrument & Control Manufacturing Economy

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0 0 0 2 0

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3 2 2 2 2

Islamic Civilization Communicative English 1 Engineering Mathematics 3 Occupational Safety and Health 1 Computer Aided Design 2 Engineering Laboratory 2 Fluid Mechanics Strength Of Materials Material Technology 1 Manufacturing Workshop Practice 1 TOTAL

NOTE : Students are required to complete one elective at each semester 5 and 6 (minimum of 4 credits of elective course)

** For Muslim Students L : Lecture

*** For Non Muslim Students T : Tutorial C : Credit

P : Practical / Lab

  

44 6.4.7 MATRIX OF PROGRAM ASSESSMENT (DTP)

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JJ101 Engineering Drawing JJ102 Electrical Technology JJ103 Mechanical Workshop Practice 1 JJ104 Workshop Technology 1 JJ108 Engineering Laboratory 1 JF201 Manufacturing System JJ204 Workshop Technology 2 JJ205 Engineering Mechanics JJ206 Computer Aided Design 1 JJ207 Thermodynamics JF302 Material Technology 1 JF303 Manufacturing Workshop Practice 1 JJ306 Computer Aided Design 2 JJ308 Engineering Laboratory 2

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JJ309 Fluid Mechanics JJ310 Strength Of Materials JF503 Manufacturing Workshop Practice 2 JF504 CADCAM JF505 Industrial Robotics JF506 Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory 2 JJ512 Pneumatic & Hydraulics JJ514 Project 1 JJ606 Manufacturing Engineering Lab 2 JF607 Manufacturing Control JF608 Quality Control JF609 Jig, Fixtures And Tooling Design JJ614 Project 2 JF502 Material Technology 2 JF510 Industrial Maintenance JJ513 Engineering Design JJ517 Instrumentation & Control JF611 Manufacturing Economic

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6.5

PROGRAM DIPLOMA IN MECHATRONIC ENGINEERING

6.5.1 PROGRAMME OVERVIEW SYNOPSIS Diploma in Mechatronic Engineering at Polytechnic’s Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia is designed to cover the current wide discipline of mechatronic engineering with added specialization subjects in the field of mechatronic engineering. Core courses offered include Technical Drawing, Mechatronic Workshop Practice, Electrical Technology, Computer Aided Drawing, Thermodynamics, Engineering Laboratory, Fluid Mechanic, Strength of Materials, Pneumatic & Hydraulic, Project, Material Technology, Power Transfer Mechanism, Motor Control, Microprocessor Fundamental, Digital System, Programmable Logic Controller and Industrial Automation. Graduates are also required to complete one elective course at each semester 5 and 6 with a minimum total off our credits. Elective courses include Mechatronic Engineering, CADCAM, Quality Control and Industrial Management. Common core courses included in the programme are Engineering Mathematics, Computer Application, Occupational Health and Safety and Entrepreneurship. Compulsory courses offered include English for Professional Communication, Islamic or Moral Studies (TITAS), Co-Curriculum And Soft Skill would equip students with interpersonal ability, attitude and professionalism towards their career.

6.5.2 JOB PROSPECT This programme provides the knowledge and skills in mechatronic engineering field that can be applied to a broad range of careers in mechatronic engineering. The knowledge and skills that the students acquire from the programme will enable them to participate in the job market as:          Technical Assistant Production Technician Test & Reliability Technician Service Engineer Sales Engineer Application Engineer Controller System Supervisor Automation and Robotic Supervisor Mechanical and Electrical System Designer

48 Based on their technical knowledge and skills, leadership, communication and interpersonal skills graduates can embark on entrepreneurial activities to venture in related business. Graduates also have the opportunities to further their studies in Advanced Diploma in Mechatronic Engineering in Polytechnic or continue to pursue bachelor degree education in Mechatronic Engineering in local universities or abroad.

6.5.3 PROGRAMME AIM Graduates of diploma in mechanical engineering programme at Polytechnics will have knowledge, skills and attitude that will allow them to make tangible contributions and meet new technical challenges. They will possess entrepreneurial skills, practice good work ethics, be able to promote good morality and behavior, and continuously enhance their knowledge and skills. The graduates will communicate and interact responsibly and be able to contribute effectively as a team member. They will also be adaptable to new changes at the workplace.

6.5.4 PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon completion of the programme, graduates should be able to: 1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to well defined mechanical engineering procedures and practices. 2. Troubleshoot, repair and do maintenance for mechanical equipment with specialization in mechatronic engineering. 3. Demonstrate awareness and consideration for societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities. 4. Communicate effectively with the engineering community and the society at large. 5. Work independently or as a team member successfully. 6. Demonstrate an understanding of professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of mechanical engineering practices. 7. Demonstrate the understanding of the impact of mechanical engineering practices, taking into account the need for sustainable development. 8. Recognise the need for entrepreneurship, professional development and engage in independent and lifelong learning.

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6.5.5 SYNOPSIS AND COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (DEM)

SEMESTER

COURSE

SYNOPSIS

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME (CLO)

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JJ101 Engineering Drawing

ENGINEERING DRAWING course provides the student with the basic fundamental of engineering drawing. It emphasizes on the practical knowledge of drawing instruments and drawing techniques that will be applied in workshop practical activities and in Computer Aided Design courses. CREDIT(S) : 1 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Explain clearly the purpose and types of engineering drawing 2. Draw simple geometrical forms using various methods. 3. Demonstrate an understanding of the geometric dimensioning and tolerance (GDT) 4. Describe clearly the angle and the various types of views in an orthographic projection. 5. Draw precisely auxiliary projection, isometric views and developments.

1

JM101 Mechatronic Workshop Practice 1

MECHATRONIC WORKSHOP PRACTICE 1 exposes the student to basics work in an engineering workshop with emphasis on safety practices. Students are exposed to fitting, welding, metal fabrication and machining. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Acquire knowledge to safety measures in an engineering workshop. 2. Use hand tools correctly and skillfully and capable of making products that are accurate as required. 3. Produce flame according to class and carry out welding using gas welding equipment. 4. Start the arc with different methods and carry out metal welding using arc welding equipment. 5. Use lathe machine to produce projects that fulfill dimensions as stipulated.

1

JJ102 Electrical Technology

ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY exposes students to basic electrical circuit concepts, electric circuit installations, the application of electromagnetism in electrical machines and transformers. The course focuses on the different types of electrical circuits, the relationship between current and voltage including the resistance. It also provides the skills on the methods of constructing basic circuits and operating electrical machines and transformers. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Explain clearly basic electrical quantities, types of electrical circuits, electrical power, electrical energy and solve related problems. 2. Apply correctly basic principles of inductors, capacitors, AC circuits that contains R, L and C to solve problems. 3. Apply the principles of three phase systems, balanced load, star and delta type of connection to solve electrical circuit correctly. 4. Explain clearly the relationship between current flow and magnetism and AC machines in terms of operating principles, and solve related problems. 5. Identify the operations of transformers based on the principles of electromagnetism.

JJ108 Engineering Laboratory 1, 2

1

ENGINEERING LABORATORY exposes the students to practical laboratory experiments in Electrical Technology and Engineering Mechanics. These experiments consists of collection of data through observation and experimentation, formulation and testing of theory. CREDIT(S) : 1 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Conduct appropriately electrical and engineering mechanics experiments in groups according to the standard of procedures. 2. Analyse critically the data of the experimental data in relation to the theoretical aspects. 3. Write critically the appropriate report based on the experiment results.

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2

JM201 Mechatronic Workshop Practice 2

MECHATRONICS WORKSHOP PRACTICE 2 enhances knowledge on CNC and EDM and also enables students to carry out related job specification. This course also emphasizes on how to operate CNC and EDM machines properly. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Identify CNC and EDM system linkages. 2. Familiarize with aspects on CNC and EDM programming. 3. Operate CNC and EDM machines. 4. Carry out maintenance on CNC and EDM machines. 5. Analyse results from the programs.

2

JJ205 Engineering Mechanics

ENGINEERING MECHANICS stresses on theoretical knowledge in statics and dynamics. This course provides students with fundamental understanding of forces and equilibrium, resultants, equilibrium of a rigid body and structural analysis. This course also covers an introduction to dynamics, kinematics of particles and kinetics of particles. CREDIT(S) : 3 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Apply the principles of mathematics and physics to solve quantitative problems correctly. 2. Recognize correctly the relevancy of principles of force equilibrium and its importance in the analysis of structural system. 3. Explain clearly the concept of dynamics, kinetics and kinematics for particle and rigid body.

2

THERMODYNAMICS 1 exposes students to the basic concepts of thermodynamics related to unit, dimension, first law of thermodynamics and ideal gas model. This course also emphasizes on concepts on non flow process, flow process, properties of steam, second law of thermodynamics and properties of mixture and combustion processes. This course also provides knowledge and understanding of theory, concepts and application of principles to solve problems related to thermodynamics processes. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

J206 Computer Aided Design 1

JJ207 Thermodynamic 1

1. Describe correctly the basic concepts of system, boundary, surrounding, open and close systems and First Law of Thermodynamics. 2. Calculate correctly the compression and expansion of steam and gas using the second law of thermodynamics. 3. Determine correctly the properties of pure substances and its value using steam tables. 4. Explain clearly the gas power cycle using standard of cycles.

COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN 1 provides a comprehensive introduction to computer-aided design software. Students will learn to navigate and use the software to create basic designs. CREDIT(S) : 1 PREREQUISITE(S) : JJ101 ENGINEERING DRAWING

2

1. Draw correctly using CAD software. 2. Use the input and drawing command correctly to perform drawing. 3. Use editing display control and drawing assistance command correctly. 4. Distinguish clearly the importance of layer, block dimensioning and hatching. 5. Prepare exactly steps for plotting the drawing following the procedures.

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2

ELECTRONIC SYSTEM covers knowledge on basics of electronic concepts and digital systems. The course emphasizes on the electrical characteristics and properties of semiconductor materials, operation of linear DC power supplies, amplifier circuits and sinusoidal wave oscillator circuits. This course also discusses number systems, code systems, logic gates, Boolean operations and combinational logic circuits. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Describe the characteristics and properties of semiconductor materials. 2. Explain the basic principles of semiconductor components. 3. Explain the construction and operation of linear DC power supplies, signal amplifier circuits and sinusoidal wave oscillator circuits. 4. Apply the knowledge of basics of number systems and binary codes. 5. Apply the knowledge of logic gates in logic circuit designs.

JM202 Electronic System

3

JF302 Material Technology 1

MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY 1 provides students an understanding on pure metal, alloy and other non-metal materials that are commonly used in the engineering field, including a study on metal and alloy microstructure. Students also learn the processes of metal work and specific materials used to produce engineering components. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Explain clearly pure metal, alloy and other non-metal materials that are commonly used in the engineering field. 2. Explain clearly the microstructure of metal and alloy. 3. Work in groups and present the processes of plastic products. 4. Explain concisely the principles of material testing and types of material defects.

3

JJ310 Strength of Materials

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS provides knowledge on concepts and calculation of forces on materials, thermal stress, shear force and bending moment, bending stress, shear stress and torsion in shafts. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Describe clearly forces on materials according to Hooke’s Law, shear stress and shear strain. 2. Determine correctly thermal stress in series and parallel composite bars. 3. Solve problems correctly in shear force and bending moment to the beam subjected to concentrated load and uniformly distributed load. 4. Determine correctly bending stress for cantilever beam and simply supported beam. 5. Use double integration method to solve successfully the deflection in the beam subjected to load and torsion for series and parallel composite shaft.

3

JM303 Industrial Electronic

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONIC provides exposure to mechanical, electrical and electronic devices. This course discusses structures of circuits, switches, relays, solenoids, thyristors, sensors, motor controllers and converters. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Explain the introduction to mechatronics devices, basic function, types of switches and switches specification according to NEMA. 2. Explain the functions of relay, solenoid, diode, transistor, thyristor and converter. 3. Explain the various class, types and functions of sensors and their operation. 4. Explain the structure of telemetric and multiplex data acquisition systems.

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3

JJ309 Fluid Mechanics

FLUID MECHANICS provides students with a strong fundamental understanding on fluid mechanics principles relating to basic foundation knowledge on fluid properties and behaviour in a number of static and dynamic situations. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Determine clearly the characteristics and properties of fluids. 2. Solve problems correctly related to fluid static and fluid dynamics. 3. Demonstrate an understanding in pressure measurement in pipe connection system. 4. Explain clearly the concepts of fluid flow in the nozzle.

3

JM304 Digital System

DIGITAL SYSTEM provides the knowledge on the concepts and basic principles of digital circuits used in computer systems. The course focuses on sequential logic circuits, counters and registers. The course also covers the topics on the methods of signal conversion in electronic circuits. CREDIT(S) : 3 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Construct various flip-flops using NOR and NAND gates. 2. Explain the operations of SR flip-flops, JK flip-flops, D flip-flops and T flip-flops. 3. Analyse synchronous and asynchronous counters. 4. Explain various applications of registers in electronic circuits. 5. Explain the methods of converting digital signals to analogue and analogue signals to digital.

5

JJ308 Engineering Laboratory 2

ENGINEERING LABORATORY 2 exposes the students to the demonstration at the real equipment of Fluid Mechanics, Strength of Materials and Thermodynamics 1.These experiment consists of the collection of data through observation and experimentation, formulation and testing of theory. CREDIT(S) : 1 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Conduct appropriately experiments in groups according to the standard of procedures. 2. Analyse critically the data of the experimental data in relation to the theoretical aspects. 3. Write critically the appropriate report based on the experiment results.

5

JJ512 Pneumatic & Hydraulics

PNEUMATICS & HYDRAULICS provides knowledge and understanding to the importance of pneumatics and hydraulics circuits, equipment and design along with its usage in the industry sector. CREDIT(S) : 3 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Explain clearly using the diagram of structural block and pneumatic system signal flow, air generation system and air distribution system. 2. Explain briefly the function and workings of cylinder, valve and sensor using construction symbols. 3. Design accurately a cylinder numerous sequence control and additional function. 4. Explain construction of valve, actuator, arrangement, basic circuit, pressure and flow control at hydraulic system actuators. 5. Conduct in group and write the laboratory report for the pneumatic and hydraulics experiments.

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JM505 Microprocessor and Microcontroller

MICROPROCESSOR & MICROCONTROLLER exposes the student to the architecture of microprocessors and microcontrollers, memory as well as computer system interface. This course also emphasizes on instruction set, addressing mode and writing program using assembly language for microprocessors and microcontrollers. Students are also exposed to the use of microcontroller in control system. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Explain the architecture of microprocessor, instruction set, addressing mode as well as writing simple programs using assembly language. 2. Explain the architecture of microcontroller, instruction set, addressing mode and writing program for simple microcontroller-based control system. 3. Identify types of memory, methods of addressing memory and design memory mapping. 4. Explain input/output operation and concept of serial and parallel interfacing.

5

JM506 Programmable Logic Controller

PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER (PLC) provides knowledge regarding the concept and basic principle of automation systems as well as PLC. This course emphasizes on the use, design process, programming and maintenance method of automation systems as well as PLC. This course also provides knowledge and skill training to construct automation systems based on the use of PLC systems. CREDIT(S) : 3 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Identify the types of automation system. 2. Apply the use of relays and contactors. 3. Apply the application timer and counter in PLC operation. 4. Build the Ladder Program for various operation of automation. 5. Maintain PLC system.

5

CONTROL SYSTEM provides knowledge regarding various concepts of feedback control system and the required mathemathical methods. The emphasis of the course is on control action, pneumatic control details, hydraulic control details, locus analysis, and design technique analysis and frequency response. This course also provides knowledge in analyzing and designing source locus and frequency response. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

JM507 Control System

1. Define general terms in control system. 2. Identify function and types of a controller principle 3. Analyse the transfer function equations based on controller system. 4. Derive transfer function using signal flow graph and block diagram. 5. Identify the stability of a control system.

5

PROJECT 1 prepares students with basic skills knowledge in presentation and preparing a well written paperwork. This module emphasize on personal development in self cleanliness, self confidence, positive mindset and effectiveness of communication skills. It also trains students in preparing a good presentation. CREDIT(S) : 1 PRE-REQUISITE (S) : NONE

JJ514 Project 1

1. Demonstrate self cleanliness, self confidence and positive mindset in presentation. 2. Demonstrate a good speaking and listening skills in presentation. 3. Prepare a good proposal. 4. Deliver a good and interesting presentation.

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PROJECT 2 introduces the students to the concept in conducting a design or case study. The students select a project and prepare a literature review, list the project needs, the project process involve, cost estimation, project schedule and applied appropriate methodology in the project planning. It also involves project implementation, project report and presentation. CREDIT(S) PREREQUISITE(S) : : 2 JJ514 PROJECT 1

1. Apply the concept in conducting a design or case study. 2. Determine the design or case study to be carried out through discussion with group members and supervisory lecturer. 3. Apply appropriate methodology to the design or case study. 4. Conduct the project based on the planned design or case study. 5. Produce a complete project report and presentation.

JJ614 Project 2

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JM608 Industrial Automation

THE INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION explains advantages and disadvantages of using robots along with a description of the classification systems used with robots. It’s also giving students an understanding of modern industrial automation technology. CREDIT(S) : 3 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : JM507 PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER

1. Describe the definition and classification of automation in industry. 2. Identify the basic components and applications of automation system. 3. Explain the fundamental mechanical concept as related to the field of robotic. 4. Identify the specific applications of sensors in robotic. 5. Developed an understanding of the common major components of industrial robots. 6. Describe type of automation and recognize some of the programming languages and modes of operation used in industry.

6

JM609 Power Transfer Mechanism

POWER TRANSFER MECHANISM introduces and reveals element mechanism movement power and converter common use. This module includes chain, bearing, gear, cam, followers, coupling, clutch and brake. This module give knowledge on working principle elements power transfer mechanism and students would be able choose and form power transfer mechanism. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Knowing types of power transfer mechanism are used at machines. 2. Use knowledge studied to choose power transfer mechanism suitable with state using or design that machine. 3. Apply theory and principle studied to calculate physical dimension and power or tork who can transfer through power transfer mechanism.

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JM610 Basic Power Electronic

BASIC POWER ELECTRONIC AND APPLICATION provides knowledge on widely used motor control concepts especially those in high power industry. The course focuses on basic concepts of Power Electronic and applications with DC and AC motor control covering construction of DC and AC electrical drives. CREDIT(S) : 3 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE ELECTIVE

1. Explain most common semiconductor components for electrical drive and their characteristics i.e control and uncontrol semiconductor switch. 2. Analyse DC and AC converters techniques using rectifier, chopper, inverters, cycloconverter and pulse width modulated (PWM). 3. Apply the techniques for motor control.

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JM601 Mechatronic Workshop Practice 3

MECHATRONIC WORKSHOP PRACTICE 3 would introduce and handling the coordinate robotic system, learn and record robot position, change coordination systems and palletising in robotic technology. This should improve the knowledge of robotic concept and handling of the actual robot. Mechatronic Workshop Practice 3 will also concentrate on Computer Aided Manufacturing (CIM) and Automatic Storage Retrieval System (ASRS). CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Understand the technology of the robotic system, Computer Aided Manufacturing (CIM) and Automatic Storage Retrieval System (ASRS). 2. Differentiate movement position of the robot with different methods. 3. Able to run the robot with different coordinate system or method, which they learned earlier. 4. Able to explained the palletising concepts, preparation method and implementation process of palletising. 5. Able to explained the concept of Computer Aided Manufacturing (CIM) and Automatic Storage Retrieval System (ASRS), and also can run the robotic automatically.

5

CADCAM explain the theory and basic of coding languages, structure and the use of CAD/CAM systems for generating and verifying tool path. Besides that, students will learn how to create various machining code and transfer to CNC machine using CADCAM software. Students also exposure to modern manufacturing system as well as Flexible Manufacturing System (FMS), Computer Integrated System (CIM) and Reverse Engineering (RE). CREDIT(S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Integrate correctly of CAD, NC and CAM with the CNC Machine 2. Explain clearly the concept and theory of M and G code CNC programming 3. Explain useful the CNC Milling and Turning process 4. Generate successful machining code by utilizing CADCAM software during milling, turning and hole making process 5. Describe clearly and present information the overall picture of modern manufacturing system

JF504 CADCAM

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JF608 Quality Control

QUALITY CONTROL provides knowledge on basic principle and concept of quality including statistical method in controlling products quality or services. This course also emphasize on the application of Control Chart and Quality Control tools. In addition, this course also explains the importance of International Standard of Quality Assurance Standard, ISO 9000 for an organization. CREDIT(S) : 3 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Describe brief basic knowledge in quality including concept of quality and terms that are associated to quality. 2. Explain short the meaning and the purposes of inspection on products and choosing the appropriate method. 3. Apply successful SPC and SQC in controlling product and service quality using statistical method. 4. Analyze correctly using various types of plotted charts as such as control chart, matrix, Pareto chart, scatter diagram, check sheet, graph and brainstorming for quality improvement purposes. 5. Explain clearly the importance of International Standard of quality assurance, ISO 9000 for an organization.

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JF619 Industrial Management

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT provides students to a strong fundamental understanding of industrial management prospect, production system planning such as inventory, scheduling, production system operation, facilities, plan location, layout and line balancing. This course also provides knowledge in quality control and human resource management. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Define the concept of industrial engineering and management 2. Explain plant location, layout, process and balancing concept in the industry 3. Analyze the concept of inventory in the industry 4. Apply scheduling method in production system identify the quality issues and human resource needs.

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VISUAL PROGRAMMING course provides knowledge relating to the concept and basic principles of programming using a visual programming language. The emphasis of this course is on understanding of the Integrated Development Environment (IDE), use of objects, language structures and program structures. This course also provides knowledge and practical skills to develop complete programming tasks through various visual programming techniques. CREDIT(S) : 2 PRE-REQUISITE(S) : NONE

1. Describe the Integrated Development Environment (IDE) interface and programming concept in visual programming environment. 2. Demonstrate the use of Control and Visual Features in visual programs. 3. Produce visual programs that are capable of making decisions by using constants, variables and control structures. 4. Design and present clearly the interactive and structured visual programs based on menus, subroutines and functions. 5. Integrate hardware and visual programs codes to interface correctly with the hardware.

BC301 Visual Programming

57 6.5.6 PROGRAM STRUCTURE FOR (DEM)

COURSE CODE

COURSE SEMESTER 1

L

P

T

C

AA 101** AA 102*** AE 101 AR 101 BA 101 BB 101 BC 101 JJ 101 JM 101 JJ 102 JJ 108

Islamic Education 1 Moral Education 1 Communicative English 1 Co-Curriculum 1 Engineering Mathematics 1 Engineering Science Computer Application Engineering Drawing Mechatronic Workshop Practice 1 Electrical Technology Engineering Laboratory 1 TOTAL SEMESTER 2

2 2 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 8

1 1 4 2 0 1 2 2 4 0 2 19

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

2 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 16

                                                                 

COURSE CODE

COURSE SEMESTER 4

L

P

T

C

AT 401

Industrial Training SEMESTER 5

10 

AE 501 BA 501 JJ 508 JJ 512 JM 505 JM 506 JM 507 JJ 514

Communicative English 3 Engineering Mathematics 4 Engineering Laboratory 2 Pneumatic & Hydraulics Microprocessor and Controller Programmable Logic Controller Control System Project 1 *** Elective TOTAL SEMESTER 6

1 2 0 2 2 1 2 1 2 13

2 0 2 2 1 2 1 0 2 12

0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2

2 2 1 3 2 2 2 1 2 17

  
AA 201** AA 202*** AR 201 AS 101 BA 201 JM 201 JJ 205 JJ 207 JJ 206 JM 202

Islamic Education 2 Moral Education 2 Co-Curriculum 2 Soft Skills Engineering Mathematics 2 Mechatronic Workshop Practice 2 Engineering Mechanics Thermodynamic 1 Computer Aided Design 1 Electronic System TOTAL SEMESTER 3

2 2 0 1 2 0 3 2 0 2 12

1 1 2 2 0 3 0 0 2 1 12

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2

2 2 1 2 2 2 3 2 1 2 17

BA 601 PB 201 JJ 614 JM 608 JM 609 JM 610

Engineering Mathematics 5 Entrepreneurship Project 2 Industrial Automation Power Transfer Mechanism Basic Power Electronic *** Elective TOTAL GRAND TOTAL

2 2 0 2 2 2 2 12 60

0 0 4 2 0 2 2 10 60

1 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 11

2 2 2 3 2 3 2 16 94

*** Students can select any of the elective courses that are offered by the institution *** Elective JF 504 BC 301 JM 601 JF 608 JJ 619 CADCAM Visual Programming Mechatronic Workshop Practice 3 Quality Control Industrial Management 1 1 0 2 2 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 2

  
AE 301 AA 301 BA 301 AW 101 JF 302 JJ 310 JM 303 JJ 309 JM 304

Communicative English 1 Islamic Civilization Engineering Mathematics 3 Occupational Safety and Health 1 Material Technology 1 Strength of Materials Industrial Electronic Fluid Mechanics Digital System TOTAL

1 2 2 1 2 2 1 2 2 15

2 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 7

0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 3

2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 3 18

NOTE : Students are required to complete one elective at each semester 5 and 6 (minimum of 4 credits of elective course) ** For Muslim Students L : Lecture *** For Non Muslim Students T : Tutorial C : Credit

  

P : Practical / Lab

58 6.5.7 MATRIX OF PROGRAM ASSESSMENT (DEM)

Quiz Code & Course Qty
JJ101 Engineering Drawing JM101 Mechatronic Workshop Practice 1 JJ102 Electrical Technology JJ108 Engineering Laboratory 1 JM201 Mechatronic Workshop Practice 2 JJ205 Engineering Mechanics JJ207 Thermodynamic 1 JJ206 Computer Aided Design 1 JM202 Electronic System JF302 Material Technology 1 JJ310 Strength of Materials JM303 Industrial Electronic JJ309 Fluid Mechanics JM304 Digital System JJ512 Pneumatic & Hydraulics JM505 Microprocessor and Microcontroller

% 10 -

Theory Test Qty % 2 30 -

Practical Test Qty 5 % 40

Practical Work Qty 6 5 % 60 40

Other Assessment Qty 5 % 20

Final Exam % -

2 -

4 4 4 4 2 4 4 4 4 3

20 20 40 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

30 40 40 20 40 30 40 30 40 40

15 2 3 2 -

40 40 10 10 -

8 15 6 12 3 4 8

60 40 60 30 10 10 20

5 4 15 2 3 4 3 3 3 3 3 3

30 40 20 40 20 30 40 50 20 50 20 20

100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

4

20

2

20

3

20

3

20

3

20

100

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JM506 Programmable Logic Controller JM507 Control System JJ514 Project 1 JJ614 Project 2 JM608 Industrial Automation JM609 Power Transfer Mechanism JM610 Basic Power Electronic

3

25

2

15

-

-

13

30

3

30

100

4 4

25 10

2 2

15 20

4

30

5 4

30 30

3 4 7 3

30 100 100 10

100 100

3

20

2

30

-

-

-

-

4

50

100

3

15

1

15

-

-

4

40

3

30

100

JM601 Mechatronic Workshop Practice 3 JF504 CADCAM JF608 Quality Control JJ619 Industrial Management BC301 Visual Programming

4

10

2

10

6

35

6

35

3

10

-

2 4 5

20 20 20

2 2 2

40 40 30

2 -

30 -

5 5

50 25

1 3 3 4

20 40 40 25

100 100 -

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6.6

LAB FACILITIES IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
Name Quantity Lab Supervisor

Instrumentation Lab (Makmal Instrumentasi) Pneumatic & Hydraulic Lab (Makmal Pneumatik & Hidraulik) Plant Lab (Makmal Loji) CNC Lab (Makmal CNC) Mechanic of Material Lab (Makmal Kajidaya Bahan) Grinding Machine Lab (Makmal Mesin Pengisar) Fluid Lab (Makmal Bendalir) Mechatronic Lab (Makmal Mekatronik) Robot Lab (Makmal Robot) EDGECAM Lab (Makmal EDGECAM) Metallurgy Lab (Makmal Metalurgi) Metrology Lab (Makmal Metrologi) Mechanic of Machine Lab (Makmal Kajidaya Mesin) CAD Computer Lab (Makmal Komputer CAD) Robot Soccer Lab (Makmal Robot Soccer) Foundry Workshop (Bengkel Foundri) Lathe Machine Workshop (Bengkel Mesin Larik) Milling Machine Workshop (Bengkel Mesin Peraut) Welding Workshop (Bengkel Kimpalan) Fitting Workshop (Bengkel Gegas)

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

En. Ahmad Zuhardi Bin Hussian Pn. Siti Khalijah Bt Jamal En. Rozie Bin Ahmad En. Rudy B. Norbin En. Lian Liun En. Petrus Banati @ Fazzerius En. Sh. Yaccub Bin Sh. Attar En. Muhamad Noor Bin Abu Hassan En. Mohd Aswadi Bin Muhamad En. Sufandi Bin Mohd Johan En. Abdul Razak Bin Mohd Daim En. Zulkifli Bin Abd Aziz Pn. Angela ak Merum En. Chen Kok Min En. Mohd Shamsul Bin Atan En. Mohd Shukri Bin Abdul Hamid En. Mohd Nazrul Azlan Bin Abd Rashid En. Mohd Hafez Bin Abdul Karim En. Khairul Afizal Bin Sultan Ali En. Richard Tiam @ Aloysius Pn. Chica Bagu Pn. Limi Chong En. Sahrizan Bin Mohamad Sahari En. Mohd Hairol Mizzam Bin Haris En. Sylvester Gindan En. Aliudin Bin Aziz En. Mohd Hafez Bin Abdul Karim En. Kevin Ligunjang En. Mohd Safei Bin Manan Pn. Noorazian Binti Mohd Arshad En.Muhammad Amin Bin Harun Pn. Angela Wetron Pai En. Mohd Hissham Bin Idris En. Jahari Bin Yaakob En. Noor Hanan Bin Senin En. Saffuan Bin Awg Bahrin En. Roslee Bin Ghani En. Azlan Bin Ali En. Tony Ontok En. Khairol Hisam Bin Hamran

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6.7

HIGHER ACADEMIC PATHWAY

Advance Diploma Programme
 Advance Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Department. Telefon : +605-5457260 Faks : +605-5471162 Web : www.puo.edu.my  Advance Diploma in Mechatronic Engineering Mechanical Engineering Department. Telefon : +605-5457260 Faks : +605-5471162 Web : www.polijb.edu.my Politeknik Premier Johor Bahru (PJB), Jalan Kong Kong, 81700, Pasir Gudang, Johor. Politeknik Premier Ungku Omar (PUO), Jalan Raja Musa Mahadi, Ipoh, 31350, Perak.

62 Malaysian Technical University Network (MTUN)
Timbalan Pendaftar Kanan, Pejabat Pengurusan Akademik, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, 86400 Parit Raja, Batu Pahat, Johor. Tel : 07-4537681/ 7655/ 7687/ 7689/ 7694 Faks : 07-4536085 Emel : pa@uthm.edu.my Web : www.uthm.edu.my

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Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering

      UTeM   

Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Design and Innovation) Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Structure and Materials) Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Thermal-Fluids) Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering (Manufacturing Process) Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering (Manufacturing Design) Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering (Robotic and Automation) Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering (Manufacturing Management) Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering (Engineering Materials)

Bahagian Pengurusan Akademik, Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, Karung Berkunci 1752, Pejabat Pos Durian Tunggal, 76109 Durian Tunggal, Melaka. Tel : 06-3316086/ 6078/ 6077/ 6073/ 6076 Faks : 06-3316079 Emel : bpa@utem.edu.my Web : www.utem.edu.my

  

Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering with Manufacturing Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering

Bahagian Pengurusan Akademik, Kompleks Perkhidmatan Siswa, Universiti Malaysia Pahang, Karung Berkunci 12, 25000 Kuantan, Pahang Darul Makmur. Tel : 09-549 2550/ 2557 Faks : 09-549 2555Emel : Web : www.ump.edu.my

   

Bachelor Engineering in Mechanical Bachelor Engineering in Manufacturing Bachelor Engineering in Product Design Bachelor Engineering in Mechatronics Engineering  Bachelor Engineering in Material Engineering  Bachelor Engineering in Metallurgy Engineering  Bachelor Engineering in Polymer Engineering

Pendaftar, Bahagian Pengurusan Akademik, Jabatan Pendaftar, Universiti Malaysia Perlis, No. 34 & 35 Bersebelahan Hong Leong Bank, Jalan Bukit Lagi, 01000 Kangar, Perlis. Tel : 04-9798701/ 8702/ 8706 Faks : 04-9798703 Emel :kemasukan@unimap.edu.my Web : www.unimap.edu.my

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7.1

MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE AND COMPUTER DEPARTMENT (JMSK)

7.1.1 ORGANISATION CHART

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT

[Vacant]
DH 48

ASST. HEAD OF DEPT Noorhayani Yahya [DH 44]

SECRETARY Nuramalina Mohd Nazri

HEAD OF COURSE (MATHEMATIC) Rose Sharijan Frey Khan [DH 44]

HEAD OF COURSE (SCIENCE) Nazlein Mohd Nawawi [DH 44]

HEAD OF COURSE Noorhayani Yahya [DH 44]

ASST. HEAD OF MATHEMATIC Helley Halen

ASST. HEAD OF SCIENCE Azira Mohd Puteh

ASST. HEAD OF COMPUTER Suziyana Ahmad Aman

LECTURERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Adeline Ahyun @ Sylvester Jamal Subur Suria Masnin Taj Nesha Begam Baisul Khan Darman Pawali Rozita Saad 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

LECTURERS Siti Nor Atika Sulaiman Wetty Palipi Jalleh Bokiom Dzulkeflee Ismail Nuramalina Mohd Nazri Masran Kuba (Lab Assisstant) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

LECTURERS Siti Nazura Senan Azreen Khamis Azilah Abdul Rahim Mohd Hardy Diman Shahrah Hamat Siti Khuzaimah Jamri

65 7.1.2 MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE AND COMPUTER 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 [Vacant]

Name

Designation
Head Of Department Head Of Course (Computer) Head Of Course (Mathematic) Head Of Course (Science) Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lab Assistant

Contact No.
08-8499980 (801) 088-499980 (885) 088-499980 (885) 088-499980 (885) 088-499980 (806) 088-499980 (804) 088-499980 (803) 088-499980 (802) 088-499980 (806) 088-499980 (806) 088-499980 (806) 088-499980 (806) 088-499980 (806) 088-499980 (806) 08-8499980 (806) 088-499980 (806) 088-499980 (803) 088-499980 (806) 088-499980 (802) 088-499980 (806) 088-499980 (804) 088-499980 (803) 08-8499980 (806) -

E-mail
‐  noorhayani@polikk.edu.my sharijan@polikk.edu.my nazlein@polikk.edu.my adeline@polikk.edu.my azilah@polikk.edu.my azira@polikk.edu.my azreen@polikk.edu.my darman@polikk.edu.my dzul@polikk.edu.my helley@polikk.edu.my jalleh@polikk.edu.my jamal@polikk.edu.my hardy@polikk.edu.my khuzaimah@polikk.edu.my nuramalina@polikk.edu.my rozita@polikk.edu.my nazura@polikk.edu.my sitinoratika@polikk.edu.my suria@polikk.edu.my suziyana@polikk.edu.my tajnesha@polikk.edu.my weitty@polikk.edu.my -

Noorhayani Bt Yahya Rose Sharijan Bt Frey Khan Nazlein Bt Mohd Nawawi Adeline Bt Ahyun @ Sylvester Azilah Binti Abd Rahim Azira Bt Mohd Puteh Azreen Binti Khamis Darman Bin Pawali Dzulkeflee Bin Ismail Helley Halen Jalleh Bokiom Jamal Bin Subur Mohd Hardy Bin Diman Nor Khuzaimah Binti Jamri Nuramalina Binti Abd Nasir Rozita Binti Saad Siti Nazura Binti Senan Siti Nor Atika Binti Sulaiman Suria Binti Masnin Suziyana Bt Ahmad Aman Taj Nesha Begam Bt Baisul Khan Weitty Palipi Masran B Kuba

66 7.1.3 COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME (JMSK)

SEMESTER

COURSE

SYNOPSIS

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME (CLO)

BA101 Engineering Mathematics 1

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1 exposes students to algebra through theory, practical and tutorial which focuses on standard form, index and logarithm, geometry and measurement as well as coordinate geometry and graph. This course also explains the basic concept of trigonometry and its functions in solving problems. CREDIT ( S ) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

1

1. Show all the relevant steps in solving simultaneous linear equations with two variables and quadratic equations by using various methods based on basic algebraic concept. 2. Perform algebraic operations in standard form and simplify indices and logarithmic expressions by using index and logarithm rules in solving related problems. 3. Apply the fundamental of trigonometric functions, sine and cosine rules, basic trigonometric identities, formula of compound-angle and double-angle in solving simple trigonometric equations. 4. Determine angles, arc length, area of a sector and segment by applying the Pythagoras’ Theorem, the properties of angles with transversal and parallel lines and properties of circles. 5. Calculate the length, perimeter, area and volume of specific and similar shapes by using appropriate formulae and concept of similarity. 6. Demonstrate sketching and drawing of linear, quadratic and non-linear graphs accurately to solve simultaneous equations based on intersection points between two lines. 1. Identify precisely physical quantities and measurement to solve problems in mechanical system and linear motion. 2. Manipulate correctly the forces in mechanical system to be applied in relevant problem-solving. 3. Solve problem by analyze accurately the relationship between work, energy and power in mechanical system. 4. Relate accordingly the relationship between properties of solid and fluid materials, density and pressure in mechanical system to solve problems given. 5. Determine exactly the temperature and heat in energy transfer process and basic electricity in electrical system to be applied in relevant problem-solving.

1

BB101 Engineering Science

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 and Measurement, Linear Motion, Force, Work, Energy and Power, Solid and Fluid, Temperature and Heat and Electricity. CREDIT ( S ) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

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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 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 ENGINEEERING MATHEMATICS 2 provide 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 1. Perform basic operations on complex numbers stated in various forms using algebraic operations or by constructing Argand’s 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 kinematic 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 kinematic problems. 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 Simpson’s 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. 1. Write a list of basic computer system which consists of software, hardware and operating systems. 2. Produce documents in form of report by choosing appropriate design templates based on word processor software. 3. Manage large amounts of data in a table with appropriate operations based on spreadsheet software design templates. 4. Create Gantt chart using Gantt chart wizard based on project management software. 5. Use internet ethically to search appropriate data for group project. 6. Present clearly a report findings based on presentation software design templates.

1

2

BA201 Engineering Mathematics 2 BA301 Engineering Mathematics 3

BC101 Computer Application

3

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 Cramer’s Rule. The Numerical Method enables students to solve simultaneous linear and non-linear equations. CREDIT ( S ) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : NONE

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ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 4 consists of topics such as binomial and series expansion as well as vector, scalar and partial fraction. This course also introduces the Laplace Transform and its use in solving advanced calculus problems. Analytical geometry is also discussed. CREDIT ( S ) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : BA201 1. Determine the approximate value for (a + b) n based on binomial expansion. 2. Build the series for trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions using Power series, Maclaurin’s series and Taylor’s series. 3. Solve vectors’ problems especially areas, volumes and angles by applying vector and scalar products. 4. Produce partial fractions for proper and improper fractions with linear, repeated linear and quadratic factors. 5. Discuss in group the solution of advanced calculus problems using Laplace Transform and Inverse Laplace Transform based on appropriate theorems. 6. Explore in group the analytical geometry for conics through analysis of their equations and sketching their graphs. 1. Find the values for hyperbolic, inverse hyperbolic and inverse trigonometric functions based on solid comprehension of these functions. 2. Differentiate hyperbolic, inverse hyperbolic, inverse trigonometric and implicit functions using advanced differentiation formulae or methods respectively 3. Discuss in group the solutions of total differentiation problems by using partial differentiations. 4. Carry out integration of various functions using advanced integration methods and formulae. 5. Discuss in group the solutions of first and second order differential equations by using the appropriate methods.

5

BA501 Engineering Mathematics 4 BA601 Engineering Mathematics 5

6

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 5 consists of topics such as binomial and series expansion as well as vector, scalar and partial fraction. This course also introduces the Laplace Transform and its use in solving advanced calculus problems. Analytical geometry is also discussed. CREDIT ( S ) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : BA501

69 7.1.4 MATRIX OF COURSE ASSESSMENT (JMSK)
Quiz Code & Course Qty % Qty % Qty % Qty % Qty % Qty % % Theory Test End Of Chapter E-Quiz Lab Work Other Assessment Final Exam

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

3

20

2

30

2

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2

10

2

20

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20

2

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20

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30

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100

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30

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7.1.5 LAB FACILITIES

Name Science Lab

Quantity 1

Lab Supervisor Siti Nor Atika Binti Sulaiman

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7.2

GENERAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT (JPA)

7.2.1 ORGANISATION CHART
HEAD OF DEPARTMENT
Abdul Khalil Bin Khalid [DH48]

ASSISTANT HEAD OF DEPARTMENT Annie Gedion [DH44]

SECRETARIES 1. Noraini Binti Lunchin 2. Canne Paul

HEAD OF MORAL COURSE Annie Gedion [DH44] ASSISTANT HEAD OF COURSE Isa Bin Ismail

HEAD OF ISLAMIC EDUCATION COURSE Norni Bt Abdul Wahab [DH44] ASSISTANT HEAD OF COURSE Raja Ahmad Bin Raja Husin

HEAD OF LANGUAGE COURSE Teh Phaik Sim [DH44] ASSISTANT HEAD OF COURSE Gouri Punnusamy

LECTURERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Chu Voon Yee @ Sandy Chow Kwai Yok Elnie Binti Henry Yapolai Esther Jawing Liza Blasius Golingi Ng Shi Ing Johan Severinus Tati 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

LECTURERS Zaliha Mat Isa Azizan Binti Mohamed Dorah Mohd Darul Khairul Fitri Bin Mohd. Mohammad Tarmizi Balya Mohammad Yusof Bin Jusoh Muhammaddin Bin Mohd. Jair Nor Suhaila Binti Abdul Ghani Roshadah Binti Abu Bakar Qamariah Bt Makmud 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21.

LECTURERS Gouri Punnusamy Chu Voon Yee @ Sandy Vun Jing Shu Anna Alicia Juanis Ardino Diris Canne Paul Cynthia Nicholas Chow Kwai Yok Dayang Nurdiyana Bt Abdul Hamid Elnie Binti Henry Yapolai Esther Jawing Georginia Alicia Ejus Liza Blasius Golingi Jaime A/K Mundu Johan Severinus Tati Ng Shi Ing Noor Herlina Lee Noraini Binti Lunchin Suzannie Stephen Galaut Ting Ee Lee Wan Zara Natasha Bt Wan Mohd Isa

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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 25 26 27

Name
Abdul Khalil Bin Khalid Annie Gedion Norni Bt Abdul Wahab Teh Phaik Sim Anna Alicia Juanis Ardino Diris Azizan Binti Mohamed Canne Paul Chow Kwai Yok Chu Voon Yee @ Sandy Cynthia Nicholas Dayang Nurdiyana Bt Abdul Hamid Dorah Mohd Darul Elnie Binti Henry Yapolai Esther Jawing Georginia Alicia Ejus Gouri Punnusamy Isa Bin Ismail Jacinta Caroline Peter Jaime A/K Mundu Johan Severinus Tati Khairul Fitri Bin Mohd. Liza Blasius Golingi Mohammad Tarmizi Balya Mohammad Yusof Bin Jusoh Muhammaddin Bin Mohd. Jair Ng Shi Ing

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

Contact No.
088-499980 (851) 088-499980 (852) 088-499980 (862) 088-499980 (853) 088-499980 (859) 088-499980 (859) 088-499980 (856) 088-499980 (859) 088-499980 (860) 088-499980 (856) 088-499980 (859) 088-499980 (860) 088-499980 (859) 088-499980 (860) 088-499980 (860) 088-499980 (860) 088-499980 (856) 088-499980 (857) 088-499980 (860) 088-499980 (860) 088-499980 (860) 088-499980 (860) 088-499980 (860) 088-499980 (860) 088-499980 (857) 088-499980 (860) 088-499980 (856)

E-mail
khalil@polikk.edu.my annie@polikk.edu.my norni@polikk.edu.my teh@polikk.edu.my annaalicia@polikk.edu.my ardino@polikk.edu.my azizan@polikk.edu.my canne@polikk.edu.my chow@polikk.edu.my sandy@polikk.edu.my cynthia@polikk.edu.my nurdiana@polikk.edu.my dorah@polikk.edu.my elnie@polikk.edu.my esther@polikk.edu.my georginia@polikk.edu.my gouri@polikk.edu.my isa@polikk.edu.my jacinta@polikk.edu.my jaime@polikk.edu.my johan@polikk.edu.my khairulfitri@polikk.edu.my liza@polikk.edu.my tarmizi@polikk.edu.my yusofjusoh@polikk.edu.my muhammaddin@polikk.edu.my ngshiing@polikk.edu.my

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28 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Noor Herlina Lee Nor Suhaila Binti Abdul Ghani Noraini Binti Lunchin Qamariah Bt Makmud Raja Ahmad Bin Raja Husin Roshadah Binti Abu Bakar Suzannie Stephen Galaut Ting Ee Lee Vun Jing Shu Wan Zara Natasha Bt Wan Mohd Isa Zaliha Mat Isa Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer 088-499980 (859) 088-499980 (856) 088-499980 (860) 088-499980 (859) 088-499980 (860) 088-499980 (857) 088-499980 (860) 088-499980 (856) 088-499980 (856) 088-499980 (860) 088-499980 (857) herlina@polikk.edu.my norsuhaila@polikk.edu.my noraini@polikk.edu.my qamariah@polikk.edu.my rajaahmad@polikk.edu.my roshadah@polikk.edu.my suzannie@polikk.edu.my ting@polikk.edu.my vun@polikk.edu.my zara@polikk.edu.my zaliha@polikk.edu.my

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7.2.3 COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME (JPA)

SEMESTER

COURSE

SYNOPSIS

COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME (CLO)

1

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

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

2

AA201 PENDIDIKAN ISLAM 2

PENDIDIKAN ISLAM 2 memberi pengetahuan tentang konsep-konsep kekeluargaan Islam merangkumi isu-isu 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

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-Qur’an, al-Sunnah, al-Ijmak dan al-Qiyas yang digunakan oleh para ulama dalam mengeluarkan hukum. 4. Menunjuk cara pengurusan jenazah secara amali berdasarkan langkahlangkah yang ditetapkan supaya dapat dipraktikkan dalam kehidupan. 5. Mengenalpasti hukum jenayah dalam Islam sebagai panduan dalam kehidupan

3

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. 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.

AA301 TAMADUN ISLAM

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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 elemen-elemen yang mencabar nilai moral di politeknik. KREDIT : 2 PRASYARAT : TIADA

1

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.

2

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

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 mencadangkanpenyelesaiannya 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.

1

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

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. 7. Communicate to an audience confidently using effective delivery techniques, organizational strategies, graphics and visual support.

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AE301 Communicative English 2

COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 2 emphasises 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. 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.

5

AE501 Communicative English 3

COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 3 aims to develop critical reflection skills in the students. It also emphasises 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. CREDIT(S) : 2 PREREQUISITE(S) : AE301 COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 2

1. Present ideas and opinions in oral and written form. 2. Read and analyse 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.

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Code & Course

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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

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7.2.5 LAB FACILITIES IN GENERAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT

Name

Quantity 1

Lab Supervisor Dorah Mohd Darul Anna Alicia Juanis Elnie Binti Henry Yapolai

Language Lab

1 1

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7.3

CO-CURRICULUM UNIT

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

Contact Personnel
MD SYADIQIN BIN AWG ADIE @ JUMAT (AR101 Polibriged) DH44 ERNIE BINTI KULIAN @ ABD KARIM (AR201 Clubs, Sport And Uniform) DH44 EDWARD JOHN (AR201 Clubs, Sport And Uniform) DH41

Contact No
Ext : 121

Ext : 126

Ext : 126

7.3.1 AR101 : POLIBRIGED
This course emphasizes on the basic skills of team work which includes marching, first aid, fire prevention, protocol and social etiquette, self management and self esteem. It is compulsory for students in semester 1 and is implemented in theory and practical for 12 weeks or 24 hours in a semester. The division of time as according to the syllabus:

Syllabus Marching First Aid Fire Prevention

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

Time Allocation 8 hours 4 hours 4 hours

Protocol and Social Etiquette Self Management and Self Esteem

4 hours

6 hours

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7.3.2 AR201 : CLUBS, SPORT AND UNIFORM
In general, the Co-curriculum is a compulsory module for students in semester one and two with a value of 1 credit hour. Semester students are required to follow the Co-curriculum Modules AR101 (Polibridge) 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 24 Clubs, Sports and Uniform offered at the Politeknik Kota Kinabalu for AR201: Uniform Unit 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. St John Ambulance Plas TLDM Pengakap kelana JPAM Fire & Rescue Sports Chess Dart Golf Silat Tennis Archery Netball Basketball Tae-Kwan-Do Football Tenpin Bowling Clubs 1. 2. Environmentally Friendly Audio Visual Teaching and Learning Introduces the history of the uniform unit, basic rescue, rope tying, fire extinguishers, camp management and organizational management.

Teaching and Learning

Introduces the history of sports, basic skills, basic officer and the rules, demonstrates the basic techniques of the game also the concept of fitness and injury and also organizational management.

Teaching and learning Introduces the club's history, basic skills, environmental club activities and organizational management. Introduces the history of audio visual, basic skills, the use of audio visual equipment, filming procedures, computer use in audio visual and organization management. Introduces the history of photography, basic skills, the use of audio visual equipment, filming procedures, computer use in photography and organization management. Introduces the history of photography, basic skills, the use of audio visual equipment, filming procedures, computer use in photography and organization management. Introduces the history of adventure, basic skills, map reading techniques, use of compass, rescue methods, activities and requirements and organizational management. Introduces the history of adventure, basic skills, map reading techniques, use of compass, rescue methods, activities and requirements and organizational management. Describes the historical development, basic dance, choreography techniques, step movement structures and organization management. Describes the historical development, dikir barat, choreography techniques, step movement structures and organization management.

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Photography 1

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Photography 2

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Adventure 1

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Adventure 2

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Traditional Dance

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Dikir Barat

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8.0 8.1

SUPPORT SERVICES STUDENT AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT (HEP)

Our role is to contribute to the mission of Politeknik Kota Kinabalu (PKK) by partnering with other academic and administrative units to provide professional, creative, accessible, and high-quality services. To fulfill 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 behavior cooperative and collaborative efforts that include enthusiasm, respect, and humor

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 enrollment at PKK, overall and in specified programs Function Contact Personnel
TAJUL ARIFFIN BIN MOHD ARIF (Head of Unit) DH48 JAYA BIN PARAKKASI Student Affairs Officer (Recruitment and Data) DH44 Cr NOORHASIMAH BINTI KASSIM Student Affairs Officer (Welfare & Discipline) DH41 NOORAFEZAH BINTI SAMAD Recruitment Officer DH41 NORMATA@NORMALATI BINTI AMAT Data Officer F29 SADJA NORI BIN SUSULAN Executive Officer N27

Contact No.
Ext : 111

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

Ext : 113

Ext : 112

Ext : 114

Ext : 116

Ext : 115

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8.2 EXAMINATION UNIT
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 the unit where responsible for planning, managing and implementing all activities related to student assessment based on the guidelines and evaluation set.

Contact Personnel
JUMRIANI BINTI NONGKANG Head Of The Examination Unit

Contact No.
Ext : 161

RUHAZNAWATI BINTI MD RUDZI Examinations Officer (Records & Certification)

Ext : 162

MOHD RAZALI BIN HASAM Examinations officer (Management & Assessment)

Ext : 163

8.3 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. The objectives of this programme can be summarized as follows: a. to foster a positive character and traits among students b. to develop better communication skills c. to practise good work ethics and conform to rules and regulations d. to expose students to the working environment e. to produce daily report on the training

Contact Personnel
JALANI BIN SAMIDI (Head of Unit) DH44 COSWARD JACK Liaison & Industrial Training Officer (Training) DH41 JASON WILLIAM VITALES Liaison & Industrial Training Officer (Liaison) DH41 RENNY JOSEPH Head Coordinator JKA SABIR BIN MOHD RANI Head Coordinator JKE JAHARI BIN YAKOB Head Coordinator JKM CHERRYCIA YOAG Head Coordinator JP WAN NORLIANA BINTI WAN SULONG Head Coordinator JPH

Contact No.
Ext : 181

Ext : 181

Ext : 181

Ext : 233

Ext : 310

Ext : 408

Ext : 605

Ext : 706

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8.4 SPORTS UNIT
Function
The involvement in extra-curriculum creates opportunities for students to develop their talents and interests. To achieve these require commitment, innovation and creativity from both educators and students. It also includes outdoor activities such as sports, uniform units, clubs and associations. The activities should consist of elements that support the physical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual aspects in line with the National Philosophy of Education. The Sports Unit is responsible for: a. Managing sports activities in and outside PKK b. Planning and ensuring sports activities are carried out accordingly c. Monitoring and keeping record of PKK athletes d. Managing and maintaining the sports facilities. e. Developing individuality in spiritual, physical and intellectual AZLAN BIN ALI Sports Coordinator 2 DH42 Ext : 408

Contact Personnel
KHAIROL HISAM BIN HAMRAN Youth and Sports Officer S41

Contact No.
Ext : 121/126

WAN NORAZAH BINTI WAN MAHMOOD Treasurer DH41

Ext : 615

MOHD ASWADI BIN MUHAMAD Sports Coordinator 1 DH41

Ext : 408

NORIDA BINTI MOHAMMAD NOOR Sports Coordinator 3 DH32

Ext : 804

WAHADIR BIN HAMDAN Office Assistant N17

Ext : 136

8.5 LIBRARY 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 PKK 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 d. To support the organization’s objectives in teaching, learning and research

Contact Personnel
ALI BIN RASHID Librarian S44

Contact No.
Ext : 151

MUHAMMAD IZZUDDIN BIN ABDULLAH Library Assistant Officer S27

Ext : 152

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8.6 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 counseling and professional guidance to ensure semi professional work force is well balanced mentally and physically. The Psychology and Career unit is responsible for:

Contact Personnel
MARIANI BINTI ALIAS (Head of Unit) Psychology and Career Officer S41 RASIDAH BINTI RASHID Psychology and Career Officer S41 YUSMAH BINTI AG.DAMIT Head of PBKJ (JKA) NORINAH BINTI GARANGON Head of PBKJ (JKE) HATIMI BINTI MUDIN Head of PBKJ (JKM) NORZILA BINTI SALIM Head of PBKJ (JP) DAYANG NURDIYANA BINTI ABD HAMID Head of PBKJ (JPA) SITI NOR ATIKA BINTI SULAIMAN Head of PBKJ (JMSK) MOHD RAZHAN ARIFF BIN MOHD ZAIN Head of PBKJ (JH)

Contact No.
Ext : 136

Ext : 136

Ext : 211

Ext : 320

a. b. c. d. e.

Raising self awareness and surroundings Highlighting ones’ potential Developing multi skills Promoting studies opportunities Promoting career opportunities

Ext : 415

Ext : 211

Ext : 856

Ext : 802

Ext : 706

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8.7 RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE
The uniquely modern PKK hostel can easily accommodate a total of 2500 students. Students in semester one have the opportunity to enjoy the facilities provided on 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
Ag. Ali Bin Mohd Yusop Penolong Pengurus Asrama N32 Tel : 088-499980, Ext :188/189/198 Warden Block A 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. Clara Valdez Irnah Wati Ag Damit Mariani Bt Alias Warden Block D Nurhanum Omar Wan Zara Natasha Noor Herlina Lee Ling Chuen Warden Block G 1. 2. 3. Aslamaitulakma Mohamad Suhana Rubin Norliza Sazalli Warden Block J 1. Nurul Hamimah Jamaludin Warden Block M Edward John Mohd Saifuddin Ahmad Salimi Salih Warden Block N Mazlan Maming Radat Tasim Noor Mohd Kamal B Mat Masran B Kuba 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. Hj Ismail Bin Asis Head Of Warden DH44 Warden Block B Roshadah Abu Bakar Azreen Khamis Azizan Mohamed Warden Block E Yusmah Ag Damit Emilia Enggoh Norinah Garangon Warden Block H Mohd Shukri Abd Hamid Mohd Samsul Bin Atan Ali B Rashid Mohd Nazrulazlan Warden Block K 1. 2. 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. Hasdiana @ Salamah Haris Nur-Akmal Madi Zarina Melan (Supervisor N17) Warden Block C Sierah Ginsos Mona Sahafiri Abjad Razia Malini Mohamad Warden Block F Khairunnisa Islami Ambotola Kristy Wong Warden Block I 1. 2. Hj Ismail Asis Khairul Afizal Sultan Ali Warden Block L Zulkifli B Abd Aziz Asmadi B Lamit Zulfadli B Mohd Nor Dzulkeflee B Ismail Warden Block O Jalleh B Bokium Abdul Razak B Mohd Daim Raja Ahmad Raja Husin Dalmon B Peter Manganji

1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4.

1. 2. 3.

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9.0

PROFESSIONAL / SKILLS CERTIFICATION

This profesional certificate is a finishing programme offered to the selected students to give them an added value for the programme.

Professional Certificate

Related Course Code & Course
AW101 Occupational Safety And Health 1

Descriptions
- This programme is offered to all Engineering Students before Industrial Training. - To improve and expose students with safety and health awareness in industrial training. - To ensure that students have a basic knowledge about the safety and health in working environment. - This programme is specifically offered to Final Year Students in Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering. - To enhance student’s skills and technique in 2D and 3D product designs. - This programme is specifically offered to Final Year Students in Engineering. - To strengthen the generic skills of the students as to enable them to be competitive and enhance their career opportunities in the job market. - To strengthen the students human capital potential as part of their skills to increase employment and technical expertise among graduates. - This programme is specifically offered to Final Year Students. - To involving information routing activity direct career to student. - To give exercised as platform to graduate and potential graduate to build career through various employability programme. - This programme is specifically offered to 1st Year Students (Semester 1 or Semester 2). - To identify student tendency on career that liked according to personality suitability respectively.

Green Card (CIDB) AT401 Industrial Training

AutoDesk Certification - AUTOCAD 2D DAN 3D Essential Skills Development Training

JJ206 Computer Aided Design 1

Problem Solving Skills Using ‘Six Sigma’ Methodology

Graduates Career Development Enhancement Program

AS101 Soft Skills Career Clinic Program Persediaan Ke Alam Pekerjaan

Career Clinic Program Profiling Test

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10.0 POLYTECHNIC SITE MAP

Legend Civil Engineering Deptartment Mechanical Engineering Department Commerce Department (Ground Floor) Electrical Engineering Department Hospitality Department (Ground floor) Cafeteria Islamic Center Residential College Staff Quarters Ground floor Student Affairs Department Level 2 General Studies Department Level 3 Mathematics, Science & Computer Dept. Administration Office

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11.0 EDITORIAL COMMITTEES
Chairman and Adviser : Hjh Norehan Bt Md Shariff Lead Editor : Zan Aizuwan Bin Zainal Abidin Assistant Editor : Aslamaitulakma Binti Mohamad Editor Members and Reporting Committees / Boards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Raja Nadia Binti Raja Ahmad Muhamad Noor Bin Abu Hassan Rudiansah B. Nonche Naisah Binti Ujin Jaya Bin Parakkasi Rose Sharijan Frey Khan Roshadah Bt Abu Bakar Shalizan Bin Kadir

Writers Committees 1. 2. 3. 4. Norkamal Bin Jaafar Muhamad Noor Bin Abu Hassan Aliudin Bin Aziz Johnny Yakin Sinit @ Yahya Bin Yakin

Others Members 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Tajul Ariffin Bin Mohd Arif Noorhayani Binti Yahya Khalil Bin Khalid Azilah Binti Abd Rahim Teh Phaik Sim Annie Gedion Norni Binti Abdul Wahab Zaliha Binti Mat Isa

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