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Tahniah diucapkan kepada Fareez Nadzmi Bin Roslan kerana telah berjaya menyambung pengajian peringkat ijazah sarjana muda di University of Canterbury, New Zealand.
Thursday, February 22, 2018
Saturday, January 6, 2018
Pendaftaran Pelajar Baharu Sesi Januari 2018
6 Januari 2018 (Sabtu)
9 pagi - 4 petang
Pendaftaran dibuka sehingga 19 Jan 2018
Monday, November 20, 2017
Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Monday, October 30, 2017
Oleh Suhaila Shahrul Annuar
PUTRAJAYA: Keupayaan lebih 72 peratus graduan Kolej Poly-Tech MARA (KPTM) mendapat pekerjaan dalam tempoh enam bulan selepas tamat pengajian masing-masing, membuktikan institusi pengajian itu berada pada landasan tepat melahirkan graduan berkemahiran tinggi.
Pengerusi Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA), Datuk Dr Awang Adek Hussin, berkata keupayaan itu membuktikan graduan Bidang Latihan Teknikal dan Pendidikan Vokasional (TVET) mempunyai kebolehpasaran yang cukup tinggi dalam industri.
"TVET bukan lagi pilihan terakhir, sebaliknya semakin mendapat pengiktirafan masyarakat dunia kerana kepentingannya terhadap pembangunan ekonomi negara.
"Mereka yang dilatih KPTM, mempunyai kepakaran yang bukan sedikit, disebabkan itu kebanyakan daripada mereka sudah ditawarkan bekerja sebelum majlis konvokesyen lagi, malah ada yang sudah ditawarkan bekerja ketika mengikuti latihan industri.
"Ini satu kelainan dan kebanggaan. Apabila saya bertanya kepada mereka (graduan) ketika sesi penyerahan skrol pada majlis konvokesyen ini, kebanyakannya sudah bekerja atau mendapat tawaran kerja," katanya selepas menyempurnakan Majlis Konvokesyen KPTM kali ke-34 di Pusat Konvensyen Antarabangsa Putrajaya (PICC), di sini, hari ini.
Seramai 4,528 graduan menerima ijazah, diploma dan sijil profesional masing-masing pada Majlis Konvokesyen KPTM kali ke-34 yang berlangsung hari ini dan esok.
Turut menerima Diploma Pengurusan Perniagaan pada majlis konvokesyen kali ini adalah anak kepada Pengarang Eksekutif Berita, Rencana dan Digital BH, Datuk Ahmad Zaini Kamaruzzaman iaitu Nur Diyana Rozaini Ahmad Zaini, 21.
KPTM kini mempunyai lapan kampus dan satu Kolej Universiti iaitu institusi pendidikan tinggi milik penuh MARA dan bernaung di bawah Kementerian Kemajuan Luar Bandar dan Wilayah (KKLW).
Awang Adek berkata, setakat ini KPTM sudah melahirkan 45,409 graduan dan berdasarkan Laporan Sistem Pengesanan Graduan KPTM 2015/2016, 84.3 peratus daripada mereka berjaya menempatkan diri dalam sektor pekerjaan.
Ketika berucap di majlis itu, Awang Adek mengingatkan graduan supaya sentiasa berusaha, rajin dan tidak putus asa dalam mengecap kejayaan dalam hidup.
"Selain itu, sentiasa hargai dan ingat usaha dan sumbangan pelbagai pihak yang menyumbang kepada kejayaan anda hari ini seperti ibu bapa, guru, pensyarah, komuniti dan juga kerajaan.
"Apabila berada di hadapan, jangan lupa yang di belakang, bila berada di atas, jangan lupa yang di bawah," katanya.
Sunday, September 24, 2017
Bookworm Nur Azwan proves his quality as a shuttler
BOOKWORM Nur Azwan Noorlan is ready to start a new chapter in his para badminton career.
The 25-year-old, who only took up the sport seriously a year ago, has qualified for the quarter-finals in his first Asean Para Games badminton competition at the Axiata Arena in Bukit Jalil.
He won his second men’s singles WH2 match in Group B by beating Anibal G. Pereira of Timor Leste 21-2, 21-4 yesterday.
The win has virtually assured Azwan of a place in the last eight, with one more group match to go today.
The wheelchair-bound Azwan, who studies at Kolej Universiti Poly-Tech Mara in Kuala Lumpur, hopes his international debut will be the launchpad for many more good results.
“I could not have asked for a better start than this,” said the second-year Teaching English as Second Language (TESL) student.
“I called up the Paralympic Council of Malaysia (PCM) last year as I was interested to play badminton.
“They connected me to national coach (Moe Chin Kiat).
“I attended training and started playing competitively and next thing I know I was selected for the Para Games.
“Having hereditary spastic paraplegia is a challenge. I was born normal but something went wrong with my nerves from the waist down. I walk with a limp now.
“This disability has not stopped me from doing the things I like.
“So far, playing badminton has been the most exciting thing for me. I have big ambitions.
“ I want to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics.”
Azwan also said that he had no problems balancing between studies and sports.
“I also love reading all kinds of books.
“For now, I’m hooked on Skulduggery Pleasant. It’s about the world of magic,” he said.
“My university is also very supportive. Our vice-chancellor (Prof Datuk Dr Nasir Saludin) was here (at Axiata Arena) to support me.
“Many of my university mates are also volunteers here.”
Saturday, September 23, 2017
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Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Berikut ialah laporan dari Malay Mail
|Zharif operates manually an MRT train as Kota Damansara station manager Ibrahim Abd Razak, 34, looks on. — Picture by Ahmad Zamzahuri|
Acid test for new transit officer
BY IDA NADIRAH IBRAHIM
KUALA LUMPUR, July 16 — JUST a week shy into the job as a Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) transit officer, 27-year-old Muhammad Zharif Zulkarnain was faced with an emergency.
Zharif, who resides in Lembah Keramat with his family, said he had just completed his training as a transit operator when a train heading towards the Sungai Buloh station stopped abruptly.
“I was sweating nervously and was scared at the time as I did not expect to be dealing with an emergency situation right when I started as a transit officer,” he said.
“Thankfully, I was able to manage the situation with the help of the personnel from the Operations Control Centre,” he said when met at the MRT Pusat Bandar Damansara station.
Recalling the incident, Zharif said the train that was heading from the north had
stopped suddenly due to a technical glitch, while he was on standby at the Sungai Buloh station.
He said he had to board another train that was carrying passengers and manually manoeuvre the train so he could climb on board the stranded train.
“I had to hop into the train and await orders to do a manual override for it to reach the depot in Sungai Buloh.
“I then hopped back to the other train and continued on the journey,” he said.
Prior to being a transit officer, Zharif worked with Prasarana on station operations.
A human resource diploma holder from Kolej Poly-tech Mara, Zharif became a transit officer in July after undergoing three months training and taking a train manual driving test for 40 hours.
“Times are hard and it was difficult to find a job in the human resource field. I saw an opportunity when Prasarana conducted an open interview.
“I have come to enjoy the job and would like to see myself progress since the MRT has been designed for the next 65 years. The future here is bright,” he said.
Zharif said among the courses he had to undergo were knowing the station and system operations, customer service, as well as the procedure when dealing with emergencies.
He works on two shifts — 5.15am to 3.15pm and 2.30am to 12.30am — on a rotation basis of four-working days with two days off.
He begins his day with a briefing by the station manager before boarding the train to stand by or would station himself at one of the stations to help on-the-ground staff with customer service.
“The job is fun and the team is very close. It is a close knit family.
“I hope that I can progress and someday perhaps join the OCC team,” he said.
source: Malay Mail Online
Thursday, July 6, 2017
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