Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming

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BACKGROUND OF POLITEKNIK BALIK PULAU (PBU)

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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW
4.1 PROGRAMME AIMS

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4.2 PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

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4.3 PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLO)

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4.4 SYNOPSIS

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4.6 PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

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REGISTRATION
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STUDENT’S AFFAIR DEPARTMENT

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SPORTS DEPARTMENT, CO-CURRICULAR & CULTURE

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LIAISON AND INDUSTRIAL TRAINING UNIT

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Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming)

1.0 BACKGROUND OF POLITEKNIK BALIK PULAU (PBU)
Balik Pulau Polytechnic (PBU), Higher Education Ministry (KPT) started its transition operation at
Seberang Perai Polytechnic (PSP) on 1st February 2007 and is the 21st polytechnic established in
Malaysia. Till now, PBU is still operating transitionally and has relocated at a shop house building at
1-3-61 Bangunan I-Avenue, Medan Kampung Relau, 11900 Bayan Lepas, Pulau Pinang in October 2007.
PBU permanent campus is located in Lot 437, Daerah E, Balik Pulau, Pulau Pinang is currently under
construction and due to be completed by August 2013. Its strategic location, surrounded by public
facilities such as sport complex, schools, housing estates, bus terminal and other facilities are an
important asset to enable the staff to be more effective in a conducive environment.
The first intake, 27 students was for July 2007 session undertaking the programme Certificate in
Information Technology. While for July 2008 session, PBU started offering the programme for Diploma
in Information Technology (Programming) taking in 36 students. Enrolment at PBU for December 2011
session is 244 students with total of staff is 55.

2.0 VISSION
To be Malaysia’s number one provider of an innovative human capital through transformational
education and training for the global workforce for 2015.

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

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development. entrepreneurial skills and effective communication.1 PROGRAMME AIMS The Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) graduates in Polytechnics. Equipped with knowledge.3 PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLO) Upon completion of the programme. Apply appropriate methodologies. Communicate effectively with it professionals. other professionals and community 2 .Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) 4. In stills life-long learning and enables them to adapt positively to the dynamic changes in the it challenges and industrial requirements 3. testing and implementation. Trained to focus on the application. deployment and configuration needs of managing organisation and people over a wide spectrum 4.0 PROGRAMME OVERVIEW 4. graduates should be able to: 1. Demonstrate exemplary model in it professionalism and ethics. Apply fundamental principles of computing and mathematics to be competent and possess strong understanding in programming. Ministry of Higher Education will have knowledge. models and techniques that provide a basis for analysis. 4. design. technical skills and attitude to adapt themselves with new technological advancement and challenges in Programming fields. maintenance and documentation of a software system. 3. 2. leadership skills. evaluation. 4.2 PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO) The Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) programme shall produce semi-professionals who are: 1. skills and attitude of computer software development and programming to enable them to serve on related jobs 2.

Inculcate entrepreneurial skills in the related discipline that contributes towards national growth and be competitive in it industries. Programming Fundamentals.5 JOB PROSPECT This programme provides the knowledge and skills in computer software development fields with job designation such as Computer Application Programmer. Demonstrate strong analytical and critical thinking skills to troubleshoot and solve problems within realistic constraints by applying knowledge. Islamic Civilization. Adhere to professional codes of ethics and enhance humanistic values to adapt to the real challenges in working environment. Information System Security. 2 & 3. Among the courses offered in this programme are Programming Principles.4 SYNOPSIS This programme provides education and training in computing with a specific emphasis on computer programming. The knowledge and skills in Computing Essentials. 6. Mathematics. Object-Oriented Programming.Net Technology. As the programme emphasizes self-initiated learning and hands-on competencies. Demonstrate an awareness of and consideration for society. health. principles and skills in information technology. Computer Network and Project provide opportunities for students to get into abroad range of careers in a variety of technology sectors. Soft Skills and Occupational Safety and Health to enhance their competencies in soft skills.Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) 4. graduates of this programme will be ready to take the challenges in the world of computing technologies. . Co-Curriculum. 4. 3 . This programme also provides the students with transferable skills and multiskilling which enable them to adapt and adopt to new technologies. Web Programmer. 8. Engage in life-long learning and professional development to enrich knowledge and competencies. and Web Programming 1 and 2. legal and cultural issues and their consequent responsibilities. Database System. 5. Computer Hardware. students are also taught Communicative English 1. Data Structure. Open Source Operating System. 7. 4. Demonstrate effective leadership and teamwork skills. 9. Islamic Education or Moral Education. Internet Programmer. safety. In addition to the technical courses. Fundamentals of Operating Systems.

Systems Programmer and Technical Helpdesk. 4.Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) Database Programmer. System Analysts Assistant. Software Developer. Database Administrator. CODE COURSES COURSES LECTURE PRACTICAL TUTORIAL CREDIT 1 FP101 Programming Principles 2 2 0 3 2 FP104 Computer Hardware 1 2 0 2 3 FP105 Computing Essentials 1 4 0 3 4 BA102 Mathematics 3 0 1 3 5 AE101 Communicative English 1 1 3 0 2 6 AA101 Islamic Education 2 1 0 2 7 AB102 Basic Moral Education 2 1 0 2 8 AS101 Soft Skills 1 2 0 2 9 AR101 Co-Curriculum1 0 2 0 1 TOTAL CREDIT 18 SEMESTER 2 NO.6 PROGRAMME STRUCTURE SEMESTER 1 NO. System Support Personnel. Software Tester. CODE COURSES COURSES LECTURE PRACTICAL TUTORIAL CREDIT 1 FP201 Programming 2 3 0 4 2 2 0 3 Fundamentals 2 FP202 Fundamentals of Operating System 3 FP203 Computer Organization 2 0 2 3 4 FP204 Digital Media 1 4 0 3 5 BA202 Discrete Mathematics 2 0 1 2 6 AA209 Science Technology and 2 1 0 2 2 1 0 2 Islamic Engineering 7 AB202 Moral Education 4 .

Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) 8 AR201 Co-Curriculum2 0 2 0 TOTAL CREDIT 1 18 SEMESTER 3 NO. CODE COURSES COURSES LECTURE PRACTICAL TUTORIAL CREDIT 1 FP301 Object Oriented Programming 2 4 0 4 2 FP303 Computer Network 2 2 0 3 3 FP304 Database System 2 2 0 3 4 FP305 Data Structure 2 2 0 3 5 AE301 Communicative English 2 1 2 0 2 6 FP331 Marketing in IT 2 0 0 2 7 AW101 Occupational Safety and Health 1 1 0 1 1 TOTAL CREDIT 18 SEMESTER 4 NO. CODE COURSES COURSES LECTURE PRACTICAL TUTORIAL CREDIT 1 AT401 Industrial Training - - - 10 5 .

CODE COURSES COURSES LECTURE PRACTICAL TUTORIAL CREDIT 1 FP501 Open Source Operating System 2 2 0 3 2 FP511 Human Computer Interaction 2 2 0 3 3 FP512 Web Programming 1 1 3 0 3 4 FP521 Project Analysis and Design 2 2 0 3 5 FP532 Mobile Development 1 2 0 2 6 AE501 CommunicativeEnglish3 1 2 0 2 7 AC301 Islamic Civilization 2 1 0 2 TOTAL CREDIT 18 SEMESTER 6 NO.Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) SEMESTER 5 NO.Net Technology 1 3 0 3 4 FP621 Programming Project 1 3 0 4 5 FP601 Cyberpreneurship 2 0 1 3 TOTAL CREDIT GRAND TOTAL CREDIT : 98 6 16 . CODE COURSES COURSES LECTURE PRACTICAL TUTORIAL CREDIT 1 FP611 Information System Security 2 2 0 3 2 FP612 Web Programming 2 1 3 0 3 3 FP613 .

COMPUTING ESSENTIALS Provides a foundation in the basic Information Technology (IT) knowledge and skills necessary for ICT professionals. word processing. presentation. and web page development.7 COURSE SYNOPSIS SEMESTER 1 FP101 . flow diagram and pseudo code. Vectors are also covered in the course to help students to understand better the concepts involving directions and magnitudes.PROGRAMMING PRINCIPLES Introduces the techniques in problem solving. Students will learn hardware troubleshooting techniques used to identify and rectify computer faults. AE101 . FP104 . This course provides practical exercises in several areas of Information Technology including personal computer (PC) applications. Students are exposed to the principles and good practices in environmentally sustainable computing and the use of appropriate technologies and methodologies in managing IT environment. BA102 . This course is the study of personal computer (PC) hardware including PC assembly and upgrading. It is designed to provide students with useful expressions that can be used in a variety of social interactions and situations. FP105 . 7 . A multiphase program development life cycle and two basic phases of problem solving are emphasized such as problem analysis and the stepwise specification of the algorithms.COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 1 Focuses on speaking skills for students to develop the ability to communicate effectively and confidently. spread sheets.COMPUTER HARDWARE Course introduces students to the hardware and software will be utilised in Information Processing. It also provides students with an opportunity to initiate and participate in group discussions. and installing and connecting peripherals. This course also addresses the use of matrices in organizing data as well as focuses on statistics.Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) 4.MATHEMATICS Course introduces students to complex numbers and geometry.

PENDIDIKAN ISLAM 1 Memberi pengetahuan tentang kaedah pembacaan Al-Quran. and security issues and guidelines when programming in C++.KOKURIKULUM 1 Menekankan kepada kemahiran asas yang meliputi aktiviti berkawad. FP202 .PROGRAMMING PRINCIPLES Presents structured computer programming in the C++ language. Particular emphasis will be given to three major OS subsystems: process management (processes. and deadlock). pointer in C++ language. pencegahan kebakaran. konsep ilmuan tasawwur Islam meliputi akidah. AR101 .Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) AA101 . swapping). pertolongan cemas. leadership. CPU scheduling. manusia dan alam. protocol dan etiket sosial dan juga pengurusan diri dan jati diri.COMPUTER HARDWARE Introduces the design and implementation of operating systems. This course develops proactive spirit and attitude in students thus giving confidence to become excellent and charismatic individuals. array. management. function. Kursus ini juga dapat memberi panduan dalam membentuk sikap bertanggungjawab terhadap Allah SWT.FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATING SYSTEM *PRE REQUISITES (S) : FP104 . Penekanan kursus ini adalah terhadap penghayatan akidah Islam serta perlaksanaan ibadah-ibadah dalam kehidupan seharian. file systems. It covers the basic concepts of C++ programs. memory management (segmentation. This course will cover briefly the evolution of operating system. SEMESTER 2 FP201 . and also the major components of most operating system. and operating system support for distributed systems. AS101 . writing and appreciation of professional ethics. syariah dan akhlak.SOFT SKILLS Provides exposure and experience for personality development.PROGRAMMING FUNDAMENTALS *PRE REQUISITE(S) : FP101 . fundamental control structures. 8 . threads. communication skills. paging.

relations and functions. video and animation to develop multimedia application. Students will explore the use of multimedia tools in designing and authoring of interactive digital media. and the five to seven levels around which any computer is designed.PENDIDIKAN ISLAM 2 Memberi pengetahuan tentang konsep-konsep kekeluargaan Islam merangkumi isu-isu dan petikan Enakmen Keluarga Islam yang berkaitan dengannya. sounds. graphical concepts and numerical calculations. Kursus ini menekankan tentang pembentukan moral dan etika. text. FP204 . Induction. pengurusan jenazah dan hokum jenayah Islam turut didedahkan dalam kursus ini. create and edit digital images. Kandungannya lebih memfokuskan tentang cara-cara menangani permasalahan kekeluargaan serta membentuk sikap positif dalam kehidupan berkeluarga. These include the functional units of a computer (hardware). The course also provides students with foundation knowledge of the CPU (Central Processing Unit) and assembly language programming.COMPUTER ORGANISATION Designed to introduce the basic concepts on which the stored program digital computer is formulated.DISCRETE MATHEMATICS Course introduces students to logical and mathematical thinking. This course also addresses the Counting Principle. This goal addresses the question on how does a computer work and how it is organized. This course focuses on providing basic logic.PENDIDIKAN MORAL 2 Memberi pengetahuan tentang kesan kemajuan sains dan teknologi maklumat. bermasyarakat dan bernegara. as well as Recursion and Boolean algebra which are related to the Information Technology programme.DIGITAL MEDIA Designed to introduce students to digital media technology. AA202 . sets. BA202 . the representation and manipulation of numbers in binary form. topik sumber-sumber hukum. They will be able to insert. AA201 . Kursus ini juga membincangkan etika keprofesionalisma dalam menghadapi pelbagai cabaran hidup. Selain itu. 9 . the flow (buses) and storage (memory management) of information. as well as graphs and trees which integrate symbolic tools.Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) FP203 . isu-isu moral semasa dan isu-isu remaja.

compile and run Java program. inheritance and polymorphism.COMPUTER HARDWARE Introduces students to the concepts and principles of data transmission and computer networks. and implementing database systems and applications. FP305 . queues. write object-oriented code using classes and objects.PROGRAMMING FUNDAMENTALS Presents object-oriented equip students with the concept of object oriented programming using Java language. sorting and searching. rohani dan pembentukan nilai-nilai estetika serta sosial yang positif. the languages and facilities provided by database management system (DBMS). Among the specific data structures covered are linked list.OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING *PRE REQUISITE(S) : FP201 .Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) AR201 KOKURIKULUM 2 Memfokuskan kepada penyediaan pengetahuan dan pengalaman yang boleh dijalankan di dalam dan di luar bilik kuliah bagi perkembangan mental. bakat. This course provides 10 . minat. SEMESTER 3 FP301 . FP304 . This course introduces students to write. FP303 .DATABASE SYSTEM Introduces the fundamental concepts necessary for designing. This course provides students with knowledge on fundamentals of database modelling and design. and hardware components used in networking. jasmani. make effective use of some of the standard packages.COMPUTER NETWORK *PRE-REQUISITE(S): FP104 . stacks. The emphasis is on choosing appropriate data structures and designing correct and efficient algorithms to operate on these data structures. This course enables students to correctly use standard terminology in describing the main Local Area Network (LAN)topologies. using.DATA STRUCTURE Designed to focus on algorithms and the basic data structures. trees.

MARKETING IN IT Designed to introduce students to the theory and principles of marketing.INDUSTRIAL TRAINING Covers the basic knowledge and skills of the internship which will be undergone during the fourth semester of the Diploma program. AE301 . effective communication. accident prevention and occupational First-Aid methods. policies. The course also includes the current issues and latest trends of marketing in the digital age.Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) students with the knowledge and skills to build a network infrastructure using copper cable. and wireless devices. It focuses on the skills to give and respond to instructions. SEMESTER 4 AT401 . FP331 . This course presents aspects of occupational safety and health. 11 . fiber optic cable. The course will also enable students to make and reply to enquiries and complaints in their future workplace. Students’ understanding in marketing and the implication of information technology upon the practice of marketing is enforced in the course. which are essential for employees to practice safe and healthy environment. procedures and regulations. AW101 . professional perspective and reporting. resulting in less hazards at the workplace. OSH management. Students also learn to troubleshoot network and secure the network. This course gives exposure and experience to students in terms of technology literacy. development of human capital.COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 2 Emphasizes the skills needed to describe products and services as well as processes and procedures. This course will build enthusiasm and proactive attitude in students and hence boost their confidence to become excellent trainees.OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY& HEALTH 1 Designed to impart understanding of the basic of safety and health in workplace setting. Emphasis is placed on the understanding of regulations.

FP511 . students will learn proper techniques to develop web based applications starting from designing interfaces to publishing application to a production server. analyse. Students will be exposed to the software and technologies involved in developing web based application. accessibility standards and universal design. prepare and manage a documentation of a project in areas of information and communication technology.Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) SEMESTER 5 FP501 . human factors.WEB PROGRAMMING 1 *PRE REQUISITES (S) : FP105 .DATABASE SYSTEM Designed to introduce students to program a web based application.COMPUTING ESSENTIALS FP304 .HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION Aims to provide students with fundamental knowledge of HCI. 12 . configuration and management of Linux operating system are explored.OPEN SOURCE OPERATING SYSTEM *PRE REQUISITES (S) : FP202 . Installation. The course focuses on awareness in computer technology and how usability plays a major part in achieving effective implementation of designs and interactivity. This course encourages students to work individually or in a team. ergonomics. FP512 . FP521 . and certain device management (such as drives. Throughout the course. This provides a new dimension that will enrich the lives of people who are ICT savvy. design. printers) will be discussed. user account management.FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATING SYSTEM Introductory course in Open Source Software and Open Standards. The course also addresses shell scripting.PROJECT ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Designed to teach students how to effectively plan. including areas such as user and task analysis. Focus on directory and file management. and basic troubleshooting of Linux systems.

They will also learn to write resumes and cover letters. 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. The knowledge delivered shall enable students to identify some of the security approaches to design a defensive strategy in a network environment. FP612 . present ideas. sampling. highlight their strengths and abilities. ekonomi dan sosial.Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) FP531 .WEB PROGRAMMING 1 13 . Discussion on the security features of Microsoft Windows Server and Open Source Software network operating systems are also included.COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH 3 Aims to develop the skills necessary to carry out a mini project as well as job hunting skills. probability distributions.WEB PROGRAMMING 2 *PRE REQUISITE(S) : FP301 .DATABASE SYSTEM FP512 .STATISTICAL ANALYSIS Introduces students to basic statistical concepts such as organizing data. Students will learn the process of job hunting which includes job search strategies and making enquiries. probability and its applications. SEMESTER 6 FP611 . express opinions and respond appropriately during job interviews.TAMADUN ISLAM Diperkenalkan untuk mendedahkan para pelajar terhadap konsep asas dan prinsip Tamadun Islam. numerical descriptive measures. secure connectivity. Students will learn to present ideas through the use of graphs and charts. politik. estimation and hypothesis testing. identity services and intrusion detection. Di akhir kursus ini pelajar didedahkan dengan perbincangan topik pemikiran Islam dan isu-isu semasa yang berkaitan dengan Tamadun Islam.INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY Designed to focus on the overall security processes based on security policy emphasizing on hands-on skills in the areas of a secure perimeter.OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING FP304 . AA301 . AE501 . The students will develop skills to introduce themselves.

communication skills. processing and decision making skills of a cyberpreneur has been given due recognition in the teaching of this course.CYBERPRENEURSHIP Designed to introduce cyberpreneurship concepts to students.Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) Introduces students to the knowledge of GUI programming in Java.OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING Provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to develop applications in Microsoft Visual Basic . The course focuses on user interfaces. FP621 . The course will equip students with the knowledge of e-commerce business that would hopefully encourage them to become cyberpreneurship in the ecommerce industry. This course also focuses primarily on the Swing library. This course addresses on the creation of GUIs through standal one front-end applications and web-based application. Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT) and also equipped students with knowledge in the development of database application and web-based solutions.NET TECHNOLOGY *PRE REQUISITE(S) : FP301 . testing to delivery and presentation of the software. project management.NET for the Microsoft .NET application development. This will inculcate independent and life-long learning. The information seeking. program structure. The course requires students to learn new technologies and software tools and encourage student to develop their generic skills such as developing teamwork. language syntax. 14 . Students will go through a software process with deliverables at different stages of the process.NET platform.PROGRAMMING PROJECT *PRE-REQUISITE(S) : FP521 . FP601 . and integration of . problem solving skills and academic writing skills. FP613 .PROJECT ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Give students the practical experience of carrying out an independent software project from project requirements. implementation..

Attended Industrial Training c. Approval letter for changing courses (if related) e. Student Card f. Money order for hostels (if offered) h.2 Notification of Registration Date Students will be notified before the Final Examination via:a.0 REGISTRATION 5. b.1. Money order for study fees g. Money order for other fees (as stated in the registration letter) 15 .1 STUDENTS REGISTRATION 5. Approval for deferment of studies or change course from previous semester.Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) 5. The Polytechnic Websites c.1. c. OR d. Obtained ‘Kedudukan Baik (KB)’. The Student’s Affair Department Coordinator b.1 GENERAL INFORMATION 5. b. Circulars sent through Class Representative 5. Letters/Slip of acknowledgement for completing the industrial training.’Kedudukan Bersyarat (KS)’or ‘Mengulang Semester (MS)’.1 Current Student Registration Requirements Must meet ONE of the requirements below: a.1. Examination result slips.2 REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS Students are needed to bring the following documents during registration: a.1. 5.1. Deferment approval letter.1.

Should apply for course exemption by completing the forms and submitting them to the Academic Advisor . students can register for other courses in complying with the terms and conditions that is stated in the course registration. ii. Identify slots for all CARRY forward subjects by referring to the main time table and comparing them with their class time table to prevent any overlapping with General/Main/Elective Subjects. b. a. Students need to fill in forms and give priority to the subjects involved. b.2. 5.2. 5. Students must: i. 16 . Priority must be given to the Main subjects which is being carried forward if any overlapping occurs. Students are allowed to register more than 18 credit hour and not more than 21 credit with HPNM >/ 3.2 Students are needed to submit a copy of their SPM Examination slip to the Academic Advisor (for first semester students) and previous semester examination slip (for current students) during course registration.3 First Semester students that fulfill the requirements for course exemption: a.2.2.1 Before registration. 5.5 Students with carried forward subjects OR dropped subjects in previous semester OR students with extended semester OR students who are barred from the Industrial training OR students who repeat subjects from previous semester.Result of the application will be announced after a meeting by the Academic Committee Department within 4 weeks of application.4 Students with ACTIVE status: a. Priority must be given to the subjects which is being carried forward if any overlapping occurs. Identify subjects that are dropped in the previous semester.00and has gotten the approval from the head of department. students must first register with JTMK (refer to the academic calendar that is has been given). Upon approval. Total credit hour that is allowed for student registration for General Courses/Main/Elective is between 12(minimum) to 18 (maximum). 5.2.2 COURSE REGISTRATION 5.Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) 5.

Total credit hour for General/Main/Elective Subjects must be between 12 (minimum) to 18 (maximum). If General/Main/Elective Subjects slots cannot be determined. 17 . d. Give justification for General/Main/Elective Subjects which overlap with the Carried forward or dropped subjects from the main timetable.00 and approved by the Head of Department. iv. then the courses must be dropped at the column ‘SUBJECTS THAT IS NOT REGISTERED/DEFERED’. Students are allowed to register more than 10 credit hours but must be less than 21 credit hours. If registration to take 18credit hour and more is approved by the Head of Department. e. Students are allowed to drop subjects until Week 6 after consulting with their academic advisor and approved by the Head of Department. b. Students are given a period until week 6 to add subjects with the permission of the Academic Advisor. students need to fill in letter of ‘CERTIFICATE OF COURSE REGISTRATION ABOVE 18 CREDIT HOUR’ and hand it to the Academic Advisor. the HPNM >/ 3. This can be done by choosing other class slot for the same General Course/Main/Elective. Students are allowed to register more than 18 but less than 21 credit hour in condition. f. c. Students are advised to review the registration form before signing the relevant forms to ensure that the information contained in this form is correct.Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) iii. Total credit hour for General/Main/Elective Subjects + CARRY forward Subjects must be between 12(minimum) to 18 (maximum).

8. Welfare and Discipline. Students will be placed in the government or private firm for 22 weeks (one semester) for exposure to the real working environment as well as different atmosphere as in polytechnic. CO-CURRICULAR & CULTURE USKK serve as the engine and coordinator in the planning and implementation of sports. cultural and curriculum activities for PBU students to produce graduates who can contribute to the socialization of sport in society and country.0 PSYCHOLOGY & CAREER UNIT Psychology and Career Unit provide counselling services to all in Polytechnic Balik Pulau. 9. This service is an effort that focuses on the elements of thought. Industrial Training is one of the conditions required for each student before they are eligible to be rewarded a certificate or diploma Polytechnic KPT.0 SPORTS DEPARTMENT.Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) 6. 7. 18 .0 STUDENT’S AFFAIR DEPARTMENT This unit responsible for managing all matters related to the student including Data Acquisition. behaviour and emotions of individuals as well as continuous improvements to the management of human capital.0 LIAISON AND INDUSTRIAL TRAINING UNIT Industrial Training and Relations Unit (UPLI) is the academic support unit responsible for managing the placement of polytechnic students to undergo industrial training programme.

Each department has a committee member in the success and manage works like examination questions bank. Examination officer is responsible for overseeing the whole process during examination polytechnic while Examination Coordinator is responsible for managing the test cases for their respective departments. The unit is also responsible for the coordination of matters related to the final examination.Students Guide – Diploma in Information Technology (Programming) 10. monitor.0 EXAMINATION UNIT Examination Unit role is to coordinate. examination results and certification.0 TEACHING AND LEARNING FACILITIES Facilities available to students include:  Lab 1 (Application Development)  Lab 2 (Hypermedia)  Lab 3 (Computer Network)  Lab 4 (Information Technology)  Lab 5 (Computer system and Digital)  Lecture Room 19 . Polytechnic Balik Pulau Examinations Unit is led by an Examinations Officer and assisted by the Examinations Coordinator of Department (RPM). update student data and related matters before and after the exams. 11. appointed by each department. supervise. assist and facilitate the management of assessment and examination of relevant departments.