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    STUDENT HANDBOOK 2012/2013 FACULTY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA FACULTY INFORMATION Page Dean ’s Foreword  1 Introduction 2 Background of Faculty 4 Organization Chart 10 Programme Information 12 ACADEMIC INFORMATION Degree Programme 15  Admission Requirement 16 Curriculum Structure (EM220) 19 Curriculum Structure (EM221) 22 Course Description 25  Awards & Grading Scheme 58 Final Year Project 60 Industrial Training 62 OTHERS OBE 70 PEO & PO 73 Do’s and Don’t in the Faculty 78 List of Forms 83 List of Staff 88 Editorial Team 95    Student HANDBOOK 2012/2013   1   DEAN ’s FOREWORD   Welcome to the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Congratulations on your choice of our programmes and welcome to the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Universiti Teknologi MARA. Our accredited programmes have been designed to provide a solid foundation and experience to meet the challenges associated with mechanical engineering career path. As our mission is to produce graduates with strong mechanical engineering fundamentals, analytical and leadership skills, competitive, creative, innovative and professional, the faculty continues to emphasize the ‘soft and hard skills’ component of the learning p rocess and develop stronger ties with industries. The purpose of this handbook is to provide students with quick and easy access to information about various matters pertaining to academic programmes, students affairs, research work, facilities, Outcome Based Education (OBE), industrial training and final year project amongst others. While this handbook does not cover everything needed in order to be successful students, it will hopefully provide a helpful reference to facilitate students in pursuing their educational goals. It is now the time for you to embark on an intellectual journey in the stimulating yet challenging environment. While it is important for you to excel academically, do take time to enjoy yourself for the facet of campus life does not only evolve around books and exam. There really is more to your existence than just getting a degree. I wish you success in your academic endeavors. Prof. Ir. Dr. Hj. Ahmed Jaffar    Student HANDBOOK 2012/2013   2 INTRODUCTION FACULTY INFORMATION   VISION    A leader in the mechanical engineering discipline towards global excellence through world class education and research. MISSION   To produce graduates with strong mechanical engineering fundamentals, analytical and leadership skills, competitive, creative, innovative and professional. QUALITY POLICY   The Faculty of Mechanical Engineering is committed to provide a learning programme and an excellent research environment with efficient professional services based on established quality culture to fulfill customer satisfactions by continuous quality improvement. QUALITY OBJECTIVES   1. Each student is to be involved in at least one professional body, community activity or student’s development programme.  2. Students failure rate for each course should not be more than 30%. 3. Ratio of lecturer to students is 1:15 or better. 4. A yearly increase in the number of PhD or professional lecturers to five each year. 5. Minimum enrolment of 40 postgraduate students (research) in a year. 6. Lecturers to supervise at least 3 undergraduate or postgraduate students. 7. Lecturers who have served in the faculty for a year should generate at least one indexed writing , publication or artifact in a year. 8. Lecturers who have served in the faculty for a year are to participate in any research or consultancy activities.    Student HANDBOOK 2012/2013   3 INTRODUCTION   CUSTOMER SATISFACTION PLEDGE To provide a conducive environment for effective teaching and learning. To produce quality graduates who are capable of meeting the global market needs. To ensure that the curriculum is continuously improving and to incorporate current technology practice. To maintain the relationship and networking with alumni, industries and other higher learning institutions within the country and overseas. To deliver efficient and friendly services.
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