SELAMAT DATANG PELAJAR BAHARU FAKULTI ALAM BINA DAN UKUR SESI 2020/2021

Alhamdulillah..FABU menerima lebih 500 pelajar baharu Tahun 1 dan Kemasukan Terus Tahun 2 pada sesi 2020/2021 ni.

Minggu ini minggu ke 2 Sesi Perkuliahan (memasuki fasa atau tempoh bertenang). Semuanya dijalankan secara maya bermula daripada taklimat fakulti, taklimat program, pendaftaran program/kursus dan perkuliahan.

InshaAllah ada rezeki, mudah2an adik-adik ni semua boleh rasai pengalaman kehidupan di kampus UTM sebenar pada semester akan datang. Dapat berjumpa dan bersemuka dengan pensyarah2 dan staf2 yang FABUlous.

Semoga sukses dan dipermudahkan segala urusan buat kita semua.. Ameen.

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SEJARAH 10 JUN 2020 – PKP PEMULIHAN

Assalamualaikum wm wbt..

Jam 12.01 merupakan detik bersejarah untuk seluruh rakyat Malaysia kerana setelah mengharungi lebih 80 hari dalam Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan (PKP), 18 Mac – 3 Mei 2020, kemudian PKP Bersyarat (PKPB), dan kini PKP Pemulihan (PKPP) bermula 10 Jun sehingga 31 Ogos 2020

Pastinya, PKPP ini sedikit sebanyak memberi kelegaan kepada seluruh rakyat Malaysia kerana fasa ini dilihat lebih banyak kelonggaran diberikan oleh Kerajaan Malaysia bagi menggerakkan sektor ekonomi dan kehidupan sosial masyarakat Malaysia.

Antara perubahan terbesar PKPP ini:

  1. SUKAN DAN RIADAH – Kebenaran untuk aktiviti Bersukan dan Riadah diperluaskan – GYM, dewan tertutup dibuka. Walaubagaimanapun, aktiviti sukan yang melibatkan sentuhan seperti bolasepak, ragbi, silat dll masih lagi dilarang.
  2. SEKTOR EKONOMI – Kedai-kedai makan dan serbaneka 24 jam yang sebelum ini beroperasi sehingga 10 malam, dibenarkan untuk beroperasi sehingga 12 tengah malam. Pelbagai sektor Industri juga telah mula beroperasi sepenuhnya.
  3. SEKTOR AWAM – Sektor kerajaan memulakan operasi seperti sebelum PKP. Tiada lagi WFH. Bagi staf UTM bermula 14 Jun 2020.
  4. RENTAS NEGERI – Rentas Negeri dibenarkan. Sebelum ini, rentas negeri hanya dibolehkan untuk urusan kecemasan, kematian, pasangan berjauhan dan sebagainya sahaja.
  5. SOLAT BERJEMAAH – Bilangan Umat Islam yang boleh solat berjemaah di Surau atau Masjid adalah mengikut kapasiti atau keluasan surau/masjid (PKP tidak dibenarkan – hanya Imam dan Bilal, PKPB hanya 12 orang dibenarkan)

Semua kelonggaran yang diberikan bukan bererti rakyat memiliki kehidupan bebas sepertimana sebelum PKP.

Rakyat Malaysia perlulah membiasakan diri dengan Norma Baharu dengan memastikan keselamatan, kebersihan dan kesihatan diri sentiasa di tahap yang optimum, serta sentiasa mematuhi SOP yang ditetapkan dalam usaha kita memutuskan rantaian Covid19 di Malaysia sepenuhnya.

Lain-lain maklumat berkaitan PKPP adalah seperti di bawah:

perintah kawalan pergerakan | Harian Metro

Pastinya PKP Pemulihan inilah merupakan suatu cabaran serta ujian sebenar buat seluruh Rakyat Malaysia yang sentiasa melaungkan semangat Kita Jaga Kita.. Kita Pasti Menang!!

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ABOUT FACULTY OF BUILT ENVIRONMENT & SURVEYING, UTM

Assalamualaikum wm wbt & Good Day to all..

Information related can be reached at Faculty official website builtsurvey.utm.my

1. Fact Number on our beloved Faculty:

2. Below are the list of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes offering at Faculty of Built Environment & Surveying UTM Johor Bahru, Johor MALAYSIA.

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EID MUBARAK 1441H | 2020M

Assalamualaikum wm wbt..

Salam Aidil Fitri 1441H buat semua umat Islam di seluruh dunia.

Maaf Zahir dan Batin.

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UTM GOALS & STRATEGIES

Source : https://www.utm.my/about/goals/

Goals

Goal 1 – Enhance Undergraduate Learning/Education

The University will provide a distinctive, student-centered undergraduate learning experience which will be highly competitive as the result of its intellectual coherence, rigour and engagement of students with faculty in the process of inquiry and discovery. The University will provide access to its education programmes to students from a diversity of backgrounds on the basis of merits.Undergraduate students will have the opportunity to participate in a learning environment characterized by interactions with academic staff who place a high value on teaching. Creating such a distinctive learning environment will also require a thorough examination of the content of our undergraduate curriculum and the quality of our pedagogy in the context of the new demands which will be placed upon our students when they leave our campus.

 

Goal 2 – Promote Excellence in Research and Graduate Education

The University will further advance its national and international reputation as a major public university, a university which competes successfully for the most qualified faculty and students, as well as external research support. The University must continue to invest strategically in the programs of research, scholarship and creative expression which are at the heart of our academic enterprise. Quality research, both within and across disciplinary boundaries, informs the undergraduate experience, defines the learning environment for our graduate and professional students, advances the disciplines, and enables the University to be responsive to societal needs. In order to continue to advance the quality of its programmes of research and scholarship, the University must focus its allocation of resources on distinctive research programmes of current and emerging strength. Academic staff/researchers must be supported in their attempts to secure external support for their research and graduate students. The University will also enhance its position as a provider of graduate research training, building on its broad research strengths.

 

Goal 3 – Enhance Professional Training and Lifelong Learning

While remaining committed to its role as a research university, the University must enhance its position as a provider of professional development activities and its support to a broad range of lifelong learning opportunities. The University must make the strategic investments necessary to assure that all of the graduate and professional programmes it offers are academically distinguished and are attractive to a diverse pool of the most qualified applicants, regionally, nationally and internationally. Accomplished teacher-scholars must be present in sufficient numbers to assure a learning experience which will position our students for distinguished and productive professional careers. Academic programmes, both within and across disciplines, must be distinctive as well as consistently ranked among the best in the nation when compared to peer institutions.

 

Goal 4 – Promote Internationalization and Attain World Ranking

The University need to develop global perspectives and connections by expanding student and staff experiences abroad, educational partnerships, and other international linkages. The University will enhance its position as a university with good international reputation and strive to be in the world ranking, stressing the benefits this brings both to the whole University community and to the nation.

 

Goal 5 – Strengthen Community Interaction and Service

The University will continue to serve the community by contributing to cultural and community life, by promoting and contributing to intellectual discourse, and by making the output from its research and scholarship available for benefit of the community. The University will distinguish itself as an institution that cooperates with public and private organizations through study, consultation, advice, and involvement in selected issues, such as educational practice, leadership, and environmental policy. The University will create mechanisms to support internal flexibility and collaboration in mobilizing its capabilities to address key societal issues and problems. Community service at the local, national and internaitonal levels is an integral part of research, teaching and learning. The University is committed to attending to community through research and service, to preparing students for the global community, and to fostering student formation in a community of diversity.

 

Goal 6 – Provide Quality Management and Effective Risk Management

The University will continually strive to be a well managed and governed institution, making efficient and effective use of its funding to meet the needs and expectations of students, staff and other stakeholders. The University will also enhance its risk management framework towards effective management of potential opportunities and adverse effects leading to positive benefits for achieving its objectives. Risk management should be embedded in the operation of the University and be part of its culture.

Goals and Strategies

Goals Proposed Strategies
Goal #1 – Enhance Undergraduate Learning/Education
  • Enhance the teaching and learning environment, particularly in relation to provision of high quality infrastructure for flexible learning.
  • Ensure effective, structured evaluation of teaching and learning quality and outcomes, informed through feedback from students, scholars, professions, industry and community
  • Promote and encourage the relationship between excellence in teaching and learning and research and reinforce a commitment to the distinctiveness of a research-based culture for teaching and learning
  • Recruit, develop and retain staff who have a commitment to encouraging collaborative learning through student-centred high quality teaching and learning practice
Goal #2 – Promote Excellence in Research and Graduate Education
  • Attain national standing as a public Research University.
  • Strengthen graduate programmes and staff in areas with potential for further national & international distinction.
  • Undertake applied sustainability research that impacts the social, environmental and economic development of the South Johor economic region.
Goal #3 – Enhance Professional Training and Lifelong Learning
  • Enhance the offering for continuing education programmes that provide retraining and meet professional certification and other community needs.
  • Strengthen University’s position as among the top provider of public distance learning programmes in Malaysia
  • Establish premier brand recognition within the larger distance learning market by developing a number of world class market programmes
Goal #4 – Promote Internationalization and Attain World Ranking
  • Promote and enhance international students exchanges and study abroad programmes that expose students to other cultures of global community.
  • Establish the recruitment processes necessary to attract a diverse students’ body of excellence from the region, the nation and the world.
  • Attain world-ranking in the Times Higher Education Supplement ranking
  • Expand partnerships with international universities in order to promote global outlook and attract international students and staff.
Goal #5 – Strengthen Community Interaction and Service
  • Strengthen University identity by developing recreational, athletic, intellectual, alumni and public relations programmes.
  • Expand University access to match the diversification and growth provided by the South Johor economic growth zone of Iskandar Development Region (IDR).
  • Enhance linkages and partnerships with local, regional and international agencies and private sector firms.
  • Strengthen links with alumni that optimize an on-going commitment to the success of the University.
Goal #6 – Provide Quality Management and Effective Risk Management
  • Promote quality culture in the University and develop continuous quality improvement in the academic and executive management and administration of the University
  • Develop strategies and processes that allow the University to continuously improve quality of services
  • Develop institutional framework to create a more coordinated, systematic and focused approach to the mamangement of risks
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NEW NORM FOR MALAYSIAN CIVIL SERVANT

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KEMASKINI : PELAJAR TAMAT SEMESTER 3 2019/2020 DAPAT PENGECUALIAN PSC BERSYARAT

Assalamualaikum dan Selamat Sejahtera..

Untuk makluman, kepada pelajar yang akan menamatkan pengajian pada Semester 3 20192020 adalah Layak untuk mendapat pengecualian PSC dengan syarat menghantar Resume dan Video Resume di link yang disediakan di POSTING saya sebelum ini..

Those who will complete your study in Semester 3 20192020 also entitle to get exemption of the PSC courses. In order to get the exemption, the students MUST submit a Written Resume & a Video Resume and send it to the link provided.

Terima kasih. Thank you.

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FINAL YEAR STUDENTS RESUME & VIDEO CV SUBMISSION SEMESTER 2 2019/2020

1. Professional Skills Certificates (PSC) (consist of ISO FINANCE OSHE TECS & HTYGYE) courses are compulsory to be completed by all UTM students before graduation. Due to COVID-19 Pandemic and Movement Control Order (MCO), the University Senate has agreed to give exemption of PSC courses to all final year students who are currently enrolled in Semester 2 Session 2019/2020. In order to get the exemption, the students must submit a WRITTEN RESUME and a VIDEO RESUME.

2. The PSC Courses exemption is ONLY applicable to ALL FINAL YEAR undergraduates who are currently enrolled in Semester 2 Session 2019/2020.

3. Video CV should not be more than 3 minutes. To prepare the written Resume AND the Video CV, please refer to the following link for the guideline:
https://www.utm.my/undergraduates/resume-and-video-cv-guidelines/

4. All Resume and the Video CV must be vetted and endorsed by the ACADEMIC ADVISOR before it can be submitted here. Please obtained the Academic Advisor Endorsement using the following form:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XRIBQ7itaTlgJCEZprowQFbHcVKELhEW/view?usp=sharing

In the case of being rejected, students need to improve the Video CV or/and Resume accordingly.

5. Deadline for the submission of a written resume and a video resume: 26 June 2020. Please submit using the following GOOGLE FORM:
https://forms.gle/nFgKbRo71N3xgKu46

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DEKAN FABU DILANTIK TIMBALAN NAIB CANSELOR (PEMBANGUNAN) UTM BAHARU

Alhamdulillah! Tahniah diucapkan kepada Prof. Ts Dr. Mohd Hamdan Ahmad atas pelantikan sebagai Timbalan Naib Canselor (Pembangunan), UTM mulai 15 April 2020. Pelantikan ini adalah menggantikan Prof. Dr. Azlan Ab. Rahman yang telah tamat tempoh lantikan.

Selamat menjalankan tugas yang diamanahkan.

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KPT PUJI INISIATIF UTM MENANGANI COVID-19

KPT Puji Inisiatif UTM menangani COVID-19

KUALA LUMPUR, 7 Apr. –Menteri Pengajian Tinggi Yang Berhormat Dato’ Dr. Noraini Ahmad telah sudi meluangkan masa hadir ke Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) Kampus Kuala Lumpur bagi mempengerusikan sesi ramah mesra bersama Naib Canselor / Rektor Universiti Awam (UA) secara dalam talian.

Yang Berhormat Dato’ Noraini mempengerusikan mesyuarat secara dalam talian

Perbincangan yang berlangsung hampir dua jam itu adalah bagi membincangkan isu pelajar yang berada di kampus sepanjang tempoh Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan (PKP) dan inisiatif yang diambil oleh setiap UA bagi memastikan kebajikan dan kesejahteraan setiap pelajar adalah sentiasa terjaga.

Menteri, Dato’ Dr Noraini Ahmad, seterusnya bergerak ke Kolej Siswa Jaya (KSJ) yang menempatkan 281 orang pelajar bagi meninjau agihan bekalan bantuan makanan untuk makan malam.

Prof. Madya Dr. Aminuddin memberikan taklimat kepada Yang Berhomat Dato’ Noraini

Pengetua Kolej, Prof Madya Dr. Aminuddin Abu telah memberikan penerangan ringkas kepada Yang Berhormat Menteri tentang edaran bantuan makanan yang dibuat kepada 450 orang pelajar yang tinggal di dalam dan di luar kampus UTM Kuala Lumpur.

Yang Berhormat Menteri juga telah dimaklumkan bahawa penyediaan makan malam bagi pelajar di UTM Kuala Lumpur adalah ditaja oleh Duli Yang Maha Mulia Raja Zarith Sofiah binti Almarhum Sultan Idris Shah, Permaisuri Johor yang juga merupakan Canselor UTM.

Dato’ Dr. Noraini berkata kaedah pengurusan pelajar yang dilaksanakan UTM ketika PKP ini sangat teratur dan UTM telah mengambil langkah proaktif dalam menguruskan kebajikan pelajarnya yang berada di kampus sepanjang PKP dikuatkuasakan.

“Saya melihat agihan makan ini dibuat dengan sangat teratur dengan mengambil kira aspek kebersihan; memakai face mask dan sarung tangan serta menjaga jarak sosial yang ditetapkan,” katanya menerusi kenyataan di sini, selepas membuat edaran makanan kepada pelajar di KSJ.

Dato’ Noraini bersama Datuk Wahid, Naib Canselor mengagihkan makanan kepada pelajar yang tinggal di kampus ketika PKP.

Yang Berhormat Menteri turut menyampaikan sumbangan daripada Education Malaysia Global Services (EMGS) sebanyak RM3000 kepada Naib Canselor UTM, Prof Datuk Ir Dr Wahid bin Omar.

Turut hadir ialah Pro-Naib Canselor (UTM Kuala Lumpur) Prof. Dr. Shamsul Sahibuddin, Pengarah Hal Ehwal Pelajar, Ir. Dr. Pauziah Mohamad, Pegawai Perubatan UTM Kuala Lumpur, Dr. Izzat Hazmir Ismaal, pengurusan kanan universiti serta pemimpin Majlis Perwakilan Pelajar.

Setinggi-tinggi penghargaan diucapkan atas kesudian Yang Berhormat Menteri melawat UTM.

Sumber : https://news.utm.my/ms/2020/04/kpt-puji-inisiatif-utm-menangani-covid-19/

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