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INDUSTRIAL INTERNSHIP

EVALUATION FORMS
FOR
IBB/ICB3047
STUDENT INDUSTRIAL PROJECT (SIP)
(HOST COMPANYS SV COPY)
Students Name

: ________________________________

Matric No.

: ________________________________

Programme

: ________________________________

Place of Training

: ________________________________

Period of Training

: ________________________________

UTP Supervisor

: ________________________________

Host Company Supervisor

: ________________________________

Note: Host Company Supervisor to submit evalution forms booklet to UTP Supervisor at the end of
the assessment visit. Please make copies for your reference.

COURSE SYLLABUS
Subject Name
Code
Subject Status
Level
Credit Value
Prerequisite
Assessment

Student Industrial Project


IBB/ICB3047
Major
Sarjana Muda / Bachelor
7
Pass IBB/ICB3037
Graded Assessment - Technical Report, Log Book and Presentation

Item
Technical Project Report
Log Book
Presentation
Total
Lecturer
Semester Taught
Course Learning Outcomes

Subject Synopsis

Subject Planning

Percentage (%)
Host Company Supervisor
20
10
30

UTP Examiner
50
20
70

Professionals from the industry and UTP lecturers


Engineering and Petroleum Geosciences - After completion of semester 6
ICT/BIS - After completion of semester 4
At the end of this course, students should be able to:
1. Investigate theoretical knowledge in the industry
2. Evaluate and propose solutions for given complex projects or problems
3. Demonstrate continuous building of skills and knowledge throughout the training
4. Appreciation of sustainability issues in industry
The Student Industrial Project provides opportunity to the students to integrate
complex engineering/technologytheories with the real working environment.
The students will demonstrate skills in work ethics, communication, management
and working in a team.
Duration
The Student Industrial Project may comprise the following
components but not limited to:
Integration of theory with practice
Real or simulation complex project-based assignments
Research-based activities
Methodology
Data gathering and information collection
Technical report

Reference

1. Student Industrial Project Guidelines for Academic


Supervisors, Host Company and Students, Universiti Teknologi
PETRONAS.
2. Engineering Codes, Manuals and Standards
3. Information Technology Standards and Guidelines
4. Host Companys policy and guidelines
5. Journal on appropriate topics
6. Related engineering and technology books
7. Internet resources

14 weeks

Main Reference

PRIVATE & CONFIDENTIAL


Attention:
1. DO NOT DISCLOSE THIS ASSESSMENT TO STUDENT
2. Host Company Supervisor should submit this form to UTP Supervisor at the end of
asessement visit.

FORM SIP A HC
ORAL PRESENTATION EVALUATION FORM

FORM SIP-A-HC

ORAL PRESENTATION EVALUATION


Students Name:

Student ID:

Programme:

Visual(Non-Verbal
Communication)
(10 %)

Content
(40%)

3
[Average]

2
[Below Average]

1
[Unsatisfactory]

Excellent eye contact, very


confident throughout the
presentation and well
groomed

Good eye contact, confident


with the speech throughout
the presentation and
pleasantly groomed

Some eye contact, fairly


confident throughout the
presentation and adequately
groomed

Little eye contact, lack


confidence with the speech
throughout the presentation
and fairly groomed

No eye contact, no confidence


with the speech throughout
the presentation and poorly
groomed

Unclear background and


objectives but showed some
organization

Failed to explain the


background or objectives and
unorganized

Clear and concise background,


objectives, continuity of content

The background and


objectives are well prepared
and extremely organized

The background and


objectives are well prepared
and well organized

The background and


objectives are implied and
organized fairly well

Analysis and Evaluationof which is at


the forefront of the professional
discipline and based on engineering
fundamentals

In depth analysis and


evaluation of industrial based
problems on various possible
solution

Good analysis and evaluation


of industrial based problems
on various possible solution

Superficial analysis and


evaluation of industrial based
problems on various possible
solution

Minimal analysis and


evaluation of industrial based
problems on various possible
solution

Poor analysis and evaluation


of industrial based problems
on various possible solution

Conclusions and recommendations


Adequacy of key ideas pertinent to
objectives
Acceptable recommendations

Conclusion effectively
summarizes the presentation
with extensive
recommendations

Conclusion mostly summarizes


the presentation with
acceptable recommendations

Conclusion adequately
summarizes the presentation
with reasonable
recommendations

Conclusion minimally
summarizes the presentation
with the least
recommendations

Conclusion are either absent


or fails to summarize the
presentation with no
recommendations

Fluency and choice of words


Tone of voice (monotonous,
intonation)

Articulation is well, uses


appropriate word choice and
speaks with great enthusiasm

Articulation is good, uses


appropriate word choice and
speaks with high enthusiasm

Articulation is moderate, uses


appropriate word choices and
speaks with enthusiasm

Articulation is fair, uses


inappropriate word choice and
speaks with lack enthusiasm

Articulation is poor, uses


inappropriate word choices
and speaks with no
enthusiasm

Pace and continuity


Use of aids

Rate of speech is appropriate


and uses impressive selection
of audio and/or visual aids

Rate of speech is good and


uses suitable selection of
audio and/or visual aids

Rate of speech is fairly


appropriate and uses some
selection of audio and/or
visual aids

Rate of speech is
inappropriate and uses
minimum selection of audio
and/or visual aids

Rate of speech is
inappropriate and uses the
least audio and/or visual aids

Ability to listen, attitude towards


person asking the question
(defensive, respect)

Fully understand the questions


given and respect the
evaluators

Understand the questions


given and respect the
evaluators

Fairly understand the


questions given and respect
the evaluators

Fairly understand the


questions given and defensive
towards the evaluators

Unable to understand the


questions given and disrespect
towards the evaluators

Technical and factual accuracy; Grasp


of subject
Creativity and ability to handle
question use of example

Impressive understanding of
the subject matter and
answered all questions fluently
and confidently

Good understanding of the


subject matter and answered
all questions fluently and
confidently

Average understanding of the


subject matter and answered
most questions fairly confident

Fairly understanding of the


subject matter and answered
some questions unconfidently

Poor understanding of the


subject matter and unable to
answer some questions and
unprepared.

Questions and
Answers (30%)

4
[Good]

Clarity of
presentation
(20%)

Appearance; Facial expression;


Confidence
Gestures; Eye contact

5
[Excellent]

Comments : Please justify your reasons for assigning the overall grade in the highest (5) or lowest (1) category

Host Company Supervisor Signature & stamp

Name

Date

Total Marks
(%)

Criteria for Judging Quality

Multiplication
Factor

Please tick or circle the appropriate mark for each category


CATEGORY

Mark Awarded

Place of Training: _______________________ Period of Training: ___________