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May 2016
COE STUDENT GUIDE BOOK

This COE Student Guide Book has been prepared to assist students during
their undergraduate study at College of Engineering, Universiti Tenaga
Nasional.

The content of this booklet is correct on the date of publication.


College of Engineering and Universiti Tenaga Nasional reserves the right to
add, amend or make any alterations to the content of this booklet as and when
necessary.

May 2016
College of Engineering

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TABLE OF CONTENT

WELCOMING NOTE ........................................................................... 4


COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING .......................................................... 5
UNDERSTANDING UNITEN AND COE .......................................... 6
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering ... 8
Department of Electrical Power Engineering ............................... 9
Department of Mechanical Engineering ..................................... 10
Department of Civil Engineering .................................................. 11
UNDERSTANDING OBE .................................................................. 12
COE ACADEMIC INFORMATION .................................................. 17
General Information ....................................................................... 17
Frequently Asked Questions ........................................................ 19
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE ............................................................... 29
COE ACADEMIC ADVISING ........................................................... 31
SCORUN & STUDENT ACTIVITIES .............................................. 32
STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES .................................................. 39
COE SAFETY AND HEALTH POLICY ........................................... 43
COE RESEARCH .............................................................................. 44
COE LAB INFORMATION ................................................................ 45
COE STAFF DIRECTORY ............................................................... 56
UNITEN SONG................................................................................... 66
UNITEN MAP ...................................................................................... 67

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WELCOMING NOTE
Welcome to the College of Engineering (COE) and Universiti Tenaga Nasional
(UNITEN). The College of Engineering is the largest college in this university and
we offer programs at foundation and bachelor levels. The COE also collaborates
with the College of Graduate Studies to offer programs at Masters and PhD
levels.

Our programs are structured into semesters and are broad-based with a strong
emphasis on basic fundamentals. Towards the end of your studies, you can
choose the technical area you wish to specialise in. These specialised technical
electives are courses that are of great demand and needed by the industry and
the nation at large. These are coupled with strong emphasis on development of
soft skills such as communication, leadership and management, and nurturing
humanitarian values to mould you into becoming a well-rounded and competent
professional engineer in harmony with holistic societal values. We are committed
to producing engineers who are career resilient, i.e. always equip themselves
with the latest tools, technology and skills to be able to adapt and are ever ready
to apply them to any work environment.

The college staff work hard to produce a unique and enriching learning
experience for our students. Our programs are accredited by Malaysian
Qualifications Agency (MQA) and the bachelor programs are recognised by the
Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM). In order to ensure that all the bachelor
programs offered in the COE are relevant to the industry and in response to the
requirement by the Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC), the Outcome Based
Education (OBE) model is implemented in all the bachelor engineering programs.

OBE requires that input from all stake-holders are sought in designing and
reviewing the programs curricula. A clear statement of Program Educational
Objectives (PEO) and Program Outcomes (PO) is required. In order to ensure
that the quality of the programs are continuously improved, a clear Continual
Quality Improvement (CQI) system is utilised. It is a measurement of achievement
of the outcomes while the students are in UNITEN. Then, after they have left the
University the results are analysed so as to continuously improve the quality of
the programs.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Izham Bin Datuk Zainal Abidin


Dean, College of Engineering

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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
The College of Engineering has kept pace with the demands of scientific and
technological world. The college strives to provide a first rate educational
experience and first class education to its undergraduate students preparing
them for positions in the industry or academia. Today, the college comprises of
four departments which are Electronics & Communication Engineering, Electrical
Power Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering. The college
offers programs at Bachelor levels.

COE Vision
A leading engineering college in energy and sustainability

COE Mission
Advancing engineering knowledge through education and research innovation
with industrial linkages

Dean
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Izham bin Datuk Zainal Abidin

Deputy Dean (Academic & Quality Assurance)


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Miszaina binti Osman, C.Eng.

Deputy Dean (Research & Post Graduate)


Prof. Dr. Ong Hang See

Deputy Dean (Student Affairs & External Relations)


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nasri A. Hamid

Head, Department of Civil Engineering (CE)


Ir. Zakaria Che Muda, P.Eng.

Head, Department of Electrical Power Engineering (EP)


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ungku Anisa binti Ungku Amirulddin Al Amin, C.Eng.

Head, Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering (EC)


Dr. Farah Hani binti Nordin

Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME)


Assoc. Prof. Ir. Dr. Khairul Salleh bin Mohamed Sahari

Deputy Registrar COE


En. Zulkarnain Md Nor

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UNDERSTANDING UNITEN AND COE
Among the most common questions asked by students when deciding on
which engineering program to choose from COE, UNITEN are:
Why Uniten?

Uniten offers excellence in teaching, world class learning environment with state-
of-the-art facilities and opportunities to excel beyond the classroom. Uniten has
highly qualified academic staff with extensive level of expertise over a broad
range of subject areas.

In fulfilling our aspirations to become a global energy university, we uphold the


following educational goals:
To inculcate strong fundamental knowledge, scholarly attainment and
technical competence in the students' respective disciplines.
To inculcate advanced knowledge and learning experience amongst the
university community through research and innovation that will best serve
human society.
To inculcate professionalism, leadership, ethics and continual self-
development amongst the university community.
To inculcate the appreciation of social, cultural, global and environmental
responsibilities of a professional and the application of sustainable
development.

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Why College of Engineering (COE)? What are engineering degree programs
offered at COE?

College of Engineering (COE) of Universiti Tenaga Nasional offers


comprehensive, innovative, quality and balanced engineering degree programs
since the year of 1997. Our programs are tailored to meet needs of the
engineering industry and accredited by various accreditation bodies. Our
students receive an exceptional engineering education that prepares them for
rewarding careers. Our alumni are known not only for their academic
achievements but also for their professional conduct and commitment to the
betterment of society in Malaysia.

COE offers a 4 year honors degree program concentrating on core aspects of


engineering and technology specializing in one of the five major areas of
engineering:

Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Hons.)


Bachelor of Computer & Communication Engineering (Hons.)
Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Hons.)
Bachelor of Electrical Power Engineering (Hons.)
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Hons.)

COE aims to continually produce graduates in engineering that possess sound


technical knowledge, with good personalities and credibility to take up future
challenges in engineering world.

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Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering offers courses
leading to the award of:
Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Hons.) (BEEE) and
Bachelor of Computer and Communication Engineering (Hons.) (BCCE)

These programs are designed to prepare students for professional careers and
higher advancement in the area of communication, electronics, computers,
control systems, signal processing, power engineering and other related areas.

The curriculums for these undergraduate programs require a strong


foundation in mathematics, calculus, physics, computer literacy and
programming. Engineering courses begin from the first year itself and include
topics, among others, electrical circuits, electronics, digital logic design,
microprocessors, signals & system, control systems, and data communication
and network. In addition to these topics, students taking BEEE program will
also be exposed to specialized topics such as electrical machines & drives,
power systems, process control and instrumentation, communication systems;
while students enrolling in BCCE will be exposed to topics related to
computer architectures, operating systems, embedded systems, communication
electronics, and digital communications.

Laboratory works which include electrical measurement techniques, application


of non-linear devices, digital logic design, electrical machines, microprocessor,
signal processing, computer networks and communication are intended to
reinforce the principles obtained in the classroom. In addition, many engineering
courses are classified as design courses and complemented by computer
aided engineering software as simulation and design tools, thus further
consolidating the understanding of engineering principles and its application.
Students are also required to take language and social science courses to
make them become more well-balanced in terms of technical and social
knowledge and skills.

In the end of the third year, students will go through industrial training
where they will be attached with industries all over Malaysia. This provides
insights to students on the real working environment outside. During the
final year, the students are free to choose several topics from technical
electives, to specialize deeper in an area of their interest. They can choose to
streamline to a particular options grouping. Design project courses (the
Capstone Design and the Final Year Project) during the final year will aid
students in gaining experience of current technology and equipment usage
as well as provide opportunities to apply engineering principles that they have
acquired earlier on, and even further advance into investigative research.

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Department of Electrical Power Engineering
The Department of Electrical Power Engineering is established to develop the
advantage of its strong link with the Electricity Supply Industry through the parent
company, Tenaga Nasional Berhad.

The department consists of young energetic academicians as well as


experienced practicing engineers in various fields of Electrical Power
Engineering. The department offers program leading to the award of Bachelor of
Electrical Power Engineering (Hons.).

The curriculum for the undergraduate programs require a strong foundation


in mathematics, physics and computer. Courses in electrical and electronics
engineering begin in the first year after foundation program. The courses
include topics such as electrical circuit analysis, electronics, digital system,
microprocessor, electromagnetic fields, electrical machines and drives, power
systems, power electronics and high voltage technology.

Laboratory sessions reinforce the principles learnt in the classroom which


include electrical measurement techniques, application of non-linear devices,
digital logic design, signal processing, microprocessor, electrical machines
and power electronics. Many engineering courses are classified as design
courses and complemented by computer aided engineering software as
simulation and design tools.

During the final year, the students choose technical electives according to their
area of interest. The final year project courses provide opportunities for the
students to apply the engineering principles, experience of current technology as
well as learning the methodology of research.

Throughout the course of their study, students will also take up languages and
courses from other departments, and get involved in a variety of clubs and
societies in a holistic approach to become well-rounded graduates.

The program is designed to prepare students to become professional


engineers and industry leaders. The graduates can carve a career in a
diverse range of areas in industries such as electricity supply, petroleum,
automotive, chemicals, processing, aerospace and many others. Electrical
Power engineers are engaged in a variety of activities including design,
manufacturing, research, development, testing, construction, operation, sales,
management, consulting and teaching.

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Department of Mechanical Engineering
The Department of Mechanical Engineering provides an excellent learning
environment with state-of-the-art facilities and highly qualified academic staff with
extensive level of expertise over a broad range of subject areas. Its research
and teaching activities include applied mechanics and materials, thermal
engineering, and manufacturing systems.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering strives to provide quality education


to prepare students for position in industry, commerce and academic. The
comprehensive and innovative content and teaching techniques adopted are
designed towards expanding the frontiers of learning and inculcating a probing
mind. Students will be challenged to develop into multi-skilled professionals
possessing mental, intellectual and emotional fortitude to succeed in life.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers the following programs,


Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Hons.), Master of Mechanical Engineering
and Ph.D in Engineering. Over the past 15 years, the Department has grown
tremendously, from only 95 students in 1997 to the current number of more than
1000 students and from only 4 academic staff in 1997 to more than 50 at present.

The curricula, further enhanced with project work, research, open-ended


experiments and practical training, are designed with inputs from the industrial
and commercial sectors as well as from local and foreign universities. The
emphasis is towards producing professionals to fulfil the needs of industry and
commerce in particular and the nation in general. More specifically, graduates
from this course will have the knowledge and competencies required to become
competent Mechanical Engineer, Design Engineer, Failure Analysis Engineer,
Manufacturing Engineer, Maintenance Engineer, Sales Engineer, Academia
and Mechanical Engineering Consultants.

The Mechanical Engineering program provides a strong base in the Mechanical


Engineering with a well-established balance between theory and experiments
during the four years of study. The curriculum consists of a good mix of general
courses as well as core Mechanical Engineering courses. A total of 127 credit
hours of courses being taught in 8 semesters and on average there are 5-6
courses per semester being taught. The program also contains a compulsory
Industrial Training attachment after Semester 6 for a period of not less than 12
weeks. The idea of this attachment is to enable students to gain first-hand
experience in industry as well as an insight to how theories are put into
practice in the real engineering situations. This short attachment in industry
was beneficial as it provides the intellectual challenge to students especially in
the final year and when carrying out their final year project.

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Department of Civil Engineering
The Department of Civil Engineering offers a full-time undergraduate program
leading to the award of Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours) which is
designed to prepare students to become Civil Engineers who are able to plan,
design, construct and maintain civil engineering facilities such as buildings,
bridges, foundation, highways, water supply systems, sewerage schemes and
other form of infrastructure. The program is also designed to provide students
with the educational base to progress to Professional Engineer status as
well as to undertake Master of Civil Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy
from UNITEN and other reputable institutions of higher learning.

The Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours) is a 4-year program where


undergraduate students will study courses in civil engineering in the following
areas: Structural Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Transportation &
Highway Engineering, Water Engineering, Environmental Engineering and
Project Management and Construction.

In addition to the above, undergraduate students will also study other


technical courses such as Engineering Surveying, Engineering Geology,
Computer Programming, Engineers in Society and Computer Aided Design
and Drafting Technology. The use of computer applications and software is
integrated throughout the program. Students will also study English and Malay
languages, technical communication, moral/religious studies and humanities
in order to produce engineers who are technically competent with strong
commitment to ethics and professionalism and able to communicate
effectively which are all essential for students to build successful career.

Undergraduate students will undertake a capstone design project in their final


year. It is a team design project applying engineering and project management
principles for a multidisciplinary design which would involve an integration of all
aspects of Civil Engineering namely Environmental, Geotechnical, Water Supply,
Sewerage, Structural, Transportation and Project Management, with the design
process from conceptual and preliminary design to final design for
construction purposes. It requires that each student demonstrate the ability
to complete a significant engineering design using the knowledge gained as
an undergraduate in the Civil Engineering program.

Undergraduate students will undergo industrial training at the end of the third
year where students will be exposed to the various aspects of industrial practices
and ethics and to acquire knowledge and skills of practical nature which are
needed for their professional development. Students are also required to
undertake research activities in their final year. The Final Year Project courses
provide opportunities for students to acquire knowledge through research
activities and to apply this knowledge to real life problems
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UNDERSTANDING OBE
Common questions asked by students on OBE are: What is OBE? What is
PEO? What is PO? How are they are related?

The College of Engineering has taken initiative steps in order to implement


Outcome Based Education (OBE) into its educational system and thus meet the
requirement of the Malaysian Engineering Accreditation Council (EAC). In order
for the OBE implementation to be successful, the COE has its Program
Objectives (PEO) which will cascade down to Program Outcomes (PO) and then
to Course Outcomes (CO). Each department shall manage the implementation
through various delivery methods in each course, conduct assessment and
evaluation process and review the results for continuous quality improvement
(CQI) process. Inputs from relevant stakeholder shall be taken during the CQI
process. The OBE framework and general flow of OBE implementation are as
shown in Figure 1.

Figure 1 : OBE Framework

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What is Program Educational Objectives (PEO)?
PEO are objectives that UNITEN graduates should achieve after five (5) years
of graduation.

Table 1: Summary of Program Educational Objectives (PEO)


Program Educational Objectives
PEO No.
UNITEN produces engineering graduates who:
PEO1 Practicing engineers in engineering with the ability to venture into
energy related business.
PEO2 Hold leadership responsibilities and/or establish their own
enterprises.
PEO3 Have professional qualifications/certifications in engineering
related areas.
PEO4 Engages in activities to enhance knowledge in their professional
works.

What are Program Outcomes (PO)?


PO are the expected traits that UNITEN students should have upon graduation.

Table 2: Summary of Program Outcomes (PO)


Program Outcomes
PO
No. Students graduating from the Bachelor programs will have
the ability to:
PO Statements Sub-attributes
a) Comprehend the fundamental
knowledge of mathematics, science
Apply fundamental and engineering (C1,C2)
knowledge of b) Apply fundamental knowledge of
mathematics, science mathematics, science and engineering
PO1 and engineering principles in solving engineering
principles in solving problems (C3, C4)
complex problems c) Solve complex engineering problems
WA1 (WK1-WK4) by relating/incorporating fundamental
knowledge of mathematics, science
and engineering principles (C5,C6)
Identify, formulate,
a) Identify, formulate and solve
analyse and solve
engineering problems (C3, C4)
PO2 complex engineering
b) Evaluate and synthesize the solution to
problems
complex problems (C5,C6)
WA2 (WK1-WK4)
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Program Outcomes
PO
No. Students graduating from the Bachelor programs will have
the ability to:
PO Statements Sub-attributes
a) Illustrate solutions for engineering
Design solutions for
problems with appropriate
complex engineering
consideration for public health and
problems that meet
safety (C3, C4)
specific needs with
b) Illustrate solutions for engineering
appropriate
PO3 problems with appropriate
consideration for public
consideration for culture, society, and
health and safety,
environment (C3, C4)
culture, society, and
c) Propose solutions for complex
environment
engineering problems that meet
WA3 (WK5)
specific needs with appropriate
a) Use research methods for collecting
Conduct
data (C1, C2)
investigations, interpret
b) Analyse and interpret data using
data and provide
engineering principles and appropriate
conclusions in
PO4 techniques (C3,C4)
investigating complex
c) Design & evaluate solutions to complex
problems related to
engineering problems by employing
engineering
research methods and data
WA4 (WK8)
interpretation skills (C5,C6)
Create appropriate
techniques, select
resources, and apply a) Usage of modern tools to execute
modern engineering engineering activities (P1,P2)
PO5
tools to execute b) Manipulation of modern tool to execute
complex engineering complex engineering activities (P3,P4)
activities
WA5 (WK6)

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Program Outcomes
PO
No. Students graduating from the Bachelor programs will have
the ability to:
PO Statements Sub-attributes

Apply reasoning in
a) Apply reasoning in assessing societal,
assessing societal,
legal and cultural issues and the
health, safety, legal
consequent responsibilities relevant to
and cultural issues and
professional engineering practice (C3,
the consequent
PO6 C4)
responsibilities
b) Apply reasoning in assessing health
relevant to
and safety issues and the consequent
professional
responsibilities relevant to professional
engineering practice
engineering practice (C3, C4)
WA6 (WK7)

Demonstrate
knowledge of the
impact of professional
engineering solutions
PO7 in environmental No sub-attribute (C2,C3)
contexts and the need
for sustainable
development
WA7 (WK7)
Demonstrate
commitment to
PO8 professional and No sub-attribute (A3)
ethical principles
(WK7) WA8
a) Communicate effectively by means of
oral presentation (P3)
Communicate b) Communicate effectively by means of
effectively on complex report writing (P3)
PO9 engineering activities c) Communicate effectively by means of
WA10 oral presentation and/or report writing
on complex engineering activities (P3)

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Program Outcomes
PO
No. Students graduating from the Bachelor programs will have
the ability to:
PO Statements Sub-attributes
Function effectively as
an individual and in a
PO10 group with the capacity No sub-attribute (A4)
to be a leader
WA9
Acknowledge the need
for, and be able to
PO11 engage in life-long No sub-attribute (C2)
learning
WA12
Demonstrate
knowledge on project a) Demonstrate knowledge on project
management management principles (C2,C3)
PO12
principles and b) Demonstrate knowledge on
entrepreneurship skills entrepreneurship skills (C2,C3)
WA11

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COE ACADEMIC INFORMATION

General Information
College of Engineering has designed comprehensive and balanced program to
meet the needs of the engineering industry. Our programs comprise of the five
major areas:

Bachelor of Electrical and Electronics Engineering


Bachelor of Electrical Power Engineering
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering
Bachelor of Civil Engineering
Bachelor of Computer and Communications Engineering

Students who receive an offer letter from the University are required to enrol
within the time limit set by the University. First time students who enrol with the
University must simultaneously enrol in a program of study.

The University academic year is divided into two regular semesters (Semester 1
and Semester 2) and one Special (short) semester. Each regular semester
consists of 14 lecture weeks. The breakdown of an academic year is shown in
Table 3

Subjects offered in our engineering programs are classified into two categories:
General
Core
General Subjects are University-compulsory, MQA-compulsory and Social
Science electives. Core Subjects are subjects respective to the programs as
stated by the University which includes technical electives and specialised
subjects. The University requires all students to register and pass all subjects
required in the study program as specified in the College Handbook.

Each subject carries credits except for subjects that are otherwise approved by
the University as not carrying any credits. Students are encouraged to register
between 14 and 18 credit hours per semester. Students registering for the Special
Semester may only register not more than 9 credit hours.

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Table 3: Breakdown of an Academic Year
Description Duration
Orientation Week 1 week
(During the final week of the holidays at the end
of the previous academic year)
Semester 1
Lectures 14 weeks
Mid Term Break 1 week
Examination at the end of semester 2 weeks
Total 17 weeks
Duration between semester (No Lectures) 2 weeks
Semester 2
Lectures 14 weeks
Mid Term Break 1 week
Examination at the end of semester 2 weeks
Total 17 weeks
Duration between semester (No Lectures) 2 weeks
Special Semester
Lectures 11 weeks
Examination at the end of semester 1 week
Total 12 weeks
Duration between semester (No Lectures) 2 weeks
Overall Total 52 weeks

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register my subjects for every semester?


In order to be eligible for attending lectures, tutorials and labs, students are
required to register for the subjects for each semester. Registration of subjects
must be made before the deadline of the registration period. Students are
advised to check the Academic Calendar at Uniten website for the important
dates and details.

Are the students allowed to change the subjects registered?


Students may change subjects which have been registered (register or withdraw)
within a specified time limit. Students are advised to check the Academic
Calendar at Uniten website for the time limit and details.

How do I add a new subject after registration?


Students can add a new subject during Add Subject Period at the beginning of
the semester. You are advised to check the Academic Calendar at Uniten
website for the important dates and details.

How do I drop a subject from my schedule?


Students are allowed to drop a subject and your tuition fee will be full refunded or
2/3 refunded. You are advised to check the Academic Calendar at Uniten website
for the important dates and details.

How do I withdraw from a subject registered?


Student are required to complete subject withdrawal request form
[UNITEN/PP(A)1-7]. This form is available at Academic Counter, Registrar Office
and endorsed by lecturer. Tuition fee will not be refunded. The withdrawal will be
recorded as TD in the academic transcript.You are advised to check the
Academic Calendar at Uniten website for the important dates and details.

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How the subjects offered in the engineering program are graded?
The performance of a student for a subject is indicated by the grade obtained.
The grading system adopted at COE is summarized in Table 4 and Table 5.

Table 4: Uniten Grade Point Table 5: Uniten Grade Scale


Grade Grade Point Grade Marks, x
A+ 4.00 A+ 90
A 4.00 A 80 90
A- 3.67 A- 75 80
B+ 3.33 B+ 70 75
B 3.00 B 65 70
B- 2.67 B- 60 65
C+ 2.33 C+ 55 60
C 2.00 C 50 55
C- 1.67 C- 45 50
D+ 1.33 D+ 43 45
D 1.00 D 40 43
E 0.00 E 40

The minimum passing grade for a subject is D. Besides the letter grades
of A, B, C, D, and E, the following status in Table 6.

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Table 6: Academic Status
Status Description

BS = Incomplete A student is given a BS if he/she did not sit for the


examination or did not complete the subject
requirements (e.g. projects) by the stipulated date
due to ill-health as certified by a medical officer or for
other reasons upon the approval of the Dean/HOD.
The student is then required to make up for the
missed assessments within a time frame set by the
registrar.

PK = Credit Transfer A transfer student from another institution or program


may be granted credit transfer for equivalent subjects
in accordance with the University regulations.

LU or GA = Pass or A student is given P/F for a subject where it is difficult


Fail to determine and award a letter grade or for the time
spent at the industrial training. In such a subject, the
grade Pass will be awarded if the student has met the
requirements satisfactorily. The grade Fail will be
awarded if the student has not met the requirements.
The grade P/F is not calculated in the GPA and
CGPA, but students who were given a Fail will have
to repeat the subject until he/she secures a Pass.

TD = Withdraw A student is given a TD if he or she withdraws


(drops) from a subject within the deadline. The
subject withdrawn is not calculated in the CGPA but
it is recorded in the transcript.

AU = Audit A student registers with the intention of attending


classes but is not assessed.

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How do I calculate my GPA?
Your grade point average (GPA) is based on your work each semester; you will
have a separate GPA for each semester you are in your engineering program.

Example:

Course Credits Grade Points Credit Point


Hours

Engineering 3 x (B) x 3.00 = 9.00


Math

Circuit Theory 5 x (B-) x 2.67 = 13.35

Physics 4 x (B+) x 3.33 = 13.32

Malaysian 3 x (A-) x 3.67 = 11.01


History

Total 15 46.68

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How do I calculate my CGPA?
Your cumulative grade point average (CGPA) includes all the course work
you have completed in the program. Your CGPA is calculated in the same way
that your GPA is computed. The difference is that while only one semesters worth
of courses are considered in your GPA, courses from all your semesters in the
program count in your CGPA.

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Are the students allowed to repeat a failed subject? Are the


students allowed to repeat a subject to improve their CGPA?
Students who fail a compulsory subject are required to retake the subject until
they obtain a passing grade. Students are allowed to repeat their subject ant the
best grade among all the attempts (if more than once) will be counted in the
calculation of GPA and CGPA. This can be done throughout their study but within
the maximum study period.

What is the maximum and minimum study period?


The minimum study period of study for the bachelor program is 4 years and
maximum is 8 years.

Is it compulsory for me to attend lectures, tutorials and


laboratory sessions during my study at COE?
Students are expected to attend all lectures, tutorials, laboratory sessions and
any activities scheduled for a course. If absent, students are required to produce
a supporting document to justify the absence.

The 80% Rule: Students must achieve an attendance of at least 80%. Otherwise,
he or she may be barred from sitting for the final exam of the subject.

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How the subjects offered in my engineering program are
assessed?
The assessment of each subject offered in engineering program at COE is carried
out continuously throughout the semester to gauge the performance of the
students in the course. Students performance is assessed based on the following
methods;
Continuous assessment through scheduled quizzes, tests, assignments and
projects.
A comprehensive final examination is conducted at the end of the semester
for each course.

Final Exam will be held at the end of each semester within a scheduled period. A
student must sit for his/her final exam if he/she register for a subject with final
examination as an assessment.

Regardless of his/her carry marks, grade E will be awarded automatically to


students who do not sit for final examination. A student must pass his/her final
examination in order for him/her to pass his/her subject/course with final
examination as an assessment.
Note:
Definition of Pass for final examination assessment is 20% of the full mark
of the final exam.
If a student obtains marks 20% and above for his/her final examination, a
grade will be awarded based on his/her total marks inclusive of his/her
cumulative marks.
If a student obtains marks less than 20% for his/her final examination, he/she
will be awarded grade E regardless of his/her carry marks.

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How do I evaluate my academic performance while my study at COE,
Uniten?
A students academic performance is evaluated using the CGPA. A students
academic achievement is determined at the end of each semester by using the
CGPA as shown in Table 7.

Table 7: Academic Standing


Achievement Level CGPA
Good Standing (KB) 2.00
Probation < 2.00

Students obtaining CGPA of less than 2.00 is placed on academic probation.


Students obtaining CGPA of less than 2.00 for two consecutive regular semesters
will have their studies terminated. The academic standing for students in the
special semester is not determined although the CGPA is calculated as usual.

How do I qualify for Deans List?


A student who obtains a GPA > 3.50 and has grades of not less than C in any
subject taken during that semester and carries a work load of at least 12 credit
hours will be included in the Deans list in the following semester. The Deans list
will be displayed on the notice board of the college.

What are the requirements that I need to fulfil to graduate from


my degree program?
Students are only eligible for the conferment of the degree upon fulfilling the
following requirements:

Completed the minimum total credit requirement needed for the programme;
Obtained a CGPA of not less than 2.00 calculated on all subjects/courses
taken throughout the period of study;
Obtained a core CGPA not less than 2.00 on a group of core
subjects/courses as set by the University;
Settled all financial obligations or debts to the University;
Applied to graduate and received the approval from the College;
Have sat for the Malaysia University English Test (MUET) or equivalent;
Free from any outstanding disciplinary actions; and
Completed the SCORUN requirement with a minimum of 30 RUN (for 3-
year programme) or 40 RUN (for 4-year programme).

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Do the University allows the students to defer their studies?
A student who has been certified sick by a medical officer may write-in to request
that the studies be deferred. This deferment is valid for two semesters only.
The deferment will not be included in determining the number of semesters to
date. A student may also request for a deferment of studies not only on the basis
of ill health. The request must be submitted before the start of the following
semester. However, this deferment will be included in determining the number
of semesters to date. A student who has been advised to defer his/her studies by
the university will have that semester counted

Do the University allows credit transfer?


A student can apply to obtain credit transfer for the purpose of obtaining
exemption of one or more subjects required for the study which subject the
student has passed and accepted by the University as similar or equivalent from
another recognised institution. The application for credit transfer must be made
within the first semester in the University for new students. The application for
credit transfer must be accompanied by the original transcript of the examination
results and the syllabus or course outline of the subject from the respective
institution. For further information on credit transfer, please contact the Transfer
Credit Coordinator of respective department.

Industrial training is a core course offered in my degree


program? When I will be doing my industrial attachment?
An undergraduate of engineering program is required to complete industrial
training COEB 314 as part of their degree program. Undergraduate will be doing
their industrial attachment during the Special Semester of the Year 3. Further
information on Industrial Training can be obtained from the following website:
https://sites.google.com/site/studentithomepage/

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Final Year Project is an important course in my degree program.
Where and how can I obtain more information about this course?
Students of an engineering program will be doing their Final Year Project in their
final year of their studies at Uniten. Final Year Project of the engineering degree
program is divided into Final Year Project I (2 credit hours) and II (4 credit hours).
Students are given opportunity to do their Final Year Project in the area of their
interest and supervised by a lecturer. Further information on Final Year Project
can obtained from the following website:
http://lms.uniten.edu.my/moodle/course/index.php?categoryid=293

How do I select my electives courses?


Each engineering program offers a number of electives course which are
specifically designed based on specialization areas of each program. You are
advised to discuss with your Academic Advisor on the selection of the electives
based on your area of interest for specialization. You are advised to refer to COE
Student Handbook on the grouping of electives courses based on specialization
area.

I am having some personal problems that really distracts me


from doing well? Where and how can I get help?
Undergraduates are advised to approach their Academic Advisors to discuss
their academic related problems. If you are facing personal problems which
distracts your from doing well, you are advised to seek help from Guidance
Counselling Unit (GCU) at Uniten. GCU provides guidance and consultation
services to all Uniten students. We do have registered counselors who can help
you. You can walk in to Guidance Counselling Unit (GCU) situated at Level 3,
Room TA-3-213, CFGS Building, from 8.00 am to 5.00pm.

I am doing well in my studies, however I am lacking in my self-


development and soft skills? How can I improve this during my
studies at Uniten?
There are various platform at Uniten for the undergraduates to improve soft skills.
You may get involve actively in clubs and societies at Uniten. Besides that, Soft-
skills Enhancement and Learning Support (SEALS) organizes a lot of programs
for the benefits of the students. The details about the program can be obtained
from the following website: sealsuniten.weebly.com
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How academic honesty is being practiced in COE and Uniten?
Plagiarism is viewed as a serious academic offence by the University. The
University will not tolerate cheating, or assisting others to cheat. Penalties are set
by the Senate and may include suspension or expulsion from the University.

What is cheating?
Cheating, in the context of University coursework and examinations, is the act of
attempting to gain an unfair advantage by violating the principle that lies behind
all University work that of intellectual and scholarly integrity.

Work that students submit for grading in coursework and examinations must
ultimately be their own work, reflecting each students learning and performance.
To cheat is to be intellectually dishonest by passing off as your own, work that
has been done by someone else. It is also unjust in that it devalues the grades
and qualifications gained legitimately by other students. All staff and students
have a responsibility to prevent, discourage and report cheating.

Students are advised to refer to the following documents for further information;

Academic Regulations Bachelor Program Handbook


COE Student Handbook
Academic and Non Academic Circulars

All these documents are available at


http://lms.uniten.edu.my/moodle/course/view.php?id=659

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FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

There are various organizations offering financial assistance to our students.


The list of the organizations are as in Table 8.

Table 8: List of Financial Aid


List of Financial Aid Available for Uniten Students
Biasiswa Karangkraf
Biasiswa Kursi Ekonomi Tenaga (UNITEN)
Biasiswa Pelajaran Tazu
Biasiswa Yayasan Tenaga Nasional
Gamuda Berhad
Great Eastern Supremacy Scholarship
Jabatan Perkhidmatan Awam (JPA)
Jabatan Perkhidmatan Awam Sabah
(JPA SABAH)
Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia Biasiswa Sukan
Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi Malaysia
Kuala Langat Power Plant Sdn. Bhd. (KLPP)
Lembaga Zakat Selangor (MAIS)
Majlis Agama Islam Selangor (MAIS)
Majlis Amanah Rakyat (MARA)
Maybank Scholarship
Mimos Berhad
MREPC Scholarship Award
NCB Holdings Bhd
Permodalan Nasional Berhad
Powertek Berhad
Sime Darby Berhad
Tati University College (TATiUC)
Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB)
TNB Research
Yaw Teck Seng Foundation
Yayasan 1MDB (1Malaysia Development Berhad)
Yayasan Albukhary
Yayasan Arshad Ayub

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List of Financial Aid Available for Uniten Students
Yayasan Khazanah
Yayasan Peneraju Pendidikan Bumiputra
Yayasan Sime Darby
Yayasan Tan Sri Lee Shin Cheng
Yayasan UEM
YTL Foundation
YTL Power (Personnel Dept)
Felda
Perkeso
PTPTN
Skim Pinjaman Akademik Anak Tentera (SPAAT)
Skim Prihatin Pendidikan 1 Malaysia (SPP1M)
Pusat Zakat Sabah (MUIS)
Renong Group Scholarship Trust Fund
Segari Energy Ventures Sdn. Bhd
Sentul Raya Sdn. Bhd.
Yayasan Pahang
Yayasan Pelajaran Johor
Yayasan Terengganu
Shell Scholaship

For further information, please contact:


Nurul Syaziyah Bt Mat Yatim @ Pn. Azie
Admin Officer (Sponsorship)
Alumni, Careers and Sponsorship Centre
Universiti Tenaga Nasional
Tel: 03-89287544
Email: Syaziyah@uniten.edu.my

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COE ACADEMIC ADVISING

All students at College of Engineering is assigned to an Academic Advisor (AA).


AA is responsible for helping you on academic matters until your graduation. AA
will guide the students in selecting subjects, locating resources and ensuring you
are on track to graduate.

You are required to make an appointment each semester to see your advisor.
Please do not make an appointment during your class times. Please be on time
for your appointment. If you cannot attend the appointment notify your advisor at
least one day before your scheduled appointment.

For further information, please visit COE Academic Advising Unit Moodle page:
http://lms.uniten.edu.my/moodle/course/view.php?id=659

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SCORUN & STUDENT ACTIVITIES
SCORUN (Students Activities Online Reporting System of UNITEN) is a merit
system developed by Uniten to measure the students engagement in
nonacademic activities. Every student need to complete the minimum merit in
order to graduate from the level of studies.

All students pursuing engineering bachelors program are required to collect 40


merit points to graduate from the program.

Generally, all the extracurricular activities are categorized into 5 pillars as


followings:
Communication & Entrepreneurship
This category will encourage students to conduct activities that help
enhance their communication and entrepreneurial skills. Activities
conducted include Second-hand Textbooks Sales, Communication Boot
Camp, Public Speaking Competition, Theatre Competition, and ext.

Leadership & Intellectual


This category is designed to train students in becoming great leaders in
future. It is also designed specifically to improve students attitude in
handling problems and tasks assigned intellectually. Activities
conducted include Leadership Camp, Seminar and Workshops,
Campus Survival Competition, Team Building, Appreciation Dinner or
Tea, Training of Trainers, Raptor Watch Voluntary, and ext.

Spiritual & Civilization


This category is designed to uphold students spiritual as to lead a Godly
life. Students will be given exposure in acknowledging the poor and
needy people by carrying out activities like community service. Activities
conducted include Car Boot Sales, Motivational Talk from Zero to Hero,
Zoo Clean Up Day, Islamic Talk, Inter-faith Talk, and ext.

Sports & Recreation


This category is initiated to promote healthy lifestyles among students.
Students will also be exposed about nature by recreational activities
such as camping in the jungle. It is also to instil sportsmanship attitude
in students themselves. Activities include Basketball 3 on 3 Challenge,

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Badminton Tournament, Sports Day, Family Day, Hiking, Extreme
Sports, and ext.

Arts & Cultural


This category is focusing on enhancing students knowledge about
Malaysia and International art and culture. As UNITEN has students of
different races and nationalities, this category is responsible to conduct
activities that help promote the different cultures from different races and
nationalities. Activities conducted include Art and Cultural Day, Red
Packet Design Competition, Tanglung Designing Competition, Ketupat
Folding Competition, Trip to Balai Seni Budaya, and ext.

COE students are highly encourage to participate in activities from all the 5 pillars
to further develop and enhance their communication and interpersonal skills
before entering the challenging career life. It is an enriching and memorable
experience that develops character and instills noble values among students.

The SCORUN point for an activity is calculated based on the following criteria:

A = Position held by the student in a program/activity


B = Level of the program/activity being carried out.
(zone/university/state)
C = Achievement of the student in the competition participated.
(gold/silver/bronze

Total RUN for the activity = A+B+C. The system will generate the total RUN based
on the above criteria.

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Student can view their SCORUN points from the Student Info System.

Login to http://info.uniten.edu.my/info as shown in Figure 2.

Figure 2: Student Info System.

Click Scorun on the menu list as shown in Figure 3.

Figure 3: SCORUN System

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On Scorun page, click Student on the menu list as shown in Figure 4.
There are 3 menu list namely, Register Activity, Progress Report and
Student Activity List.

Figure 4: Scorun Menu List

Register Activity is used to register students activity as shown in Figure 5.

Figure 5: Register Activity

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Students can view their SCORUN merit points at Progress Report. The list
of activities participated by students with the merit points are displayed
according to the 5 categories as shown in Figure 6. At the end of the page
total SCORUN Point is displayed as shown in Figure 7.

Figure 6: List of Activities by Category

Figure 7: Scorun Points

Student Activity List is used to display the activities that the student
already registered as shown in Figure 8. It serves as a planner.

Figure 8: Student Activity List

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List of clubs and societies in UNITEN in listed in Table 9.

Table 9: List of Clubs and Societies in Uniten.


Clubs/Societies
Student Development Unit Sports Unit
Bahas Astena
Bencana Alam (Pencinta Alam) Badminton
CLICQ Bola Jaring
ICE Student Chapter (ICE) Bola Keranjang
IEEE Student Branch (IEEE) Bola Tampar
IET Student Chapter (IET) Bolasepak
IMechE STUDENT CHAPTER
Bowling
(IMECHE)
International Student Society (ISS) Catur
Kelompok Amanah Fencing (Lawan Pedang)
Kelompok Cendikiawan Fitness Club/Frisbee
Kelompok Ilmu Hoki
Kelompok Murni Karate - Do
KLKM (Kump. Latihan Kelanasiswa
Kembara & Rekreasi
Malaysia)
Majlis Perwakilan Pelajar (MPP) Kriket
MPP (Borneo Student Sapiens) Motorsport
MPP (Japanese Cultural - JCCU) Ping Pong
Mobile Robotics Club PKC (Persatuan Kebudayaan Cina)
Persatuan Pembimbing Rakan
PKI (Persatuan Kebudayaan India)
Sebaya (PRS)
Persatuan Pengajian Islam (PPI) Ragbi
Sekretariat Rakan Muda (SERAMU) Renang
Sekretariat Rukun Negara (SRN) Rowing
Shutters Sepaktakraw
SIFE Silat Cekak Ustaz Hanafi
SIR (Kejuruteraan) Silat Gayong
Techflow (Uniten Christian
Skuash
Fellowship)
UBF (Uniten Buddhist Fellowship) Taekwando
Wawasan Tenis

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STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES

Uniten and COE are committed provide excellent support and services to you
during your study here. A directory of support services available at Uniten and
COE are presented in Table 10 and Table 11.

Table 10: Support Service Directory at Uniten


Service Location Contact Person Details
Facility Department Level G, Mohd Mazlan Bin Abu Naim
(Bus) Block TC Email: Mohdmazlan@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603 89212020 ext. 1472 or 1497

Finance: Level 1, Sunarti Bte. Abdullah


Student Fund/ HEP Admin Email: sunarti@uniten.edu.my
Building Tel: +60389212020 ext 7146

Finance: Student Level 1, Siti Ayesha Binti Mustafa


Unit Admin Email: Ayesha@uniten.edu.my
Building Tel: +60389212020 ext 7156

IT and Multimedia Block BC Helpdesk


Service Email: administrator@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +60389212020 ext 1669
Registrar: Level 2, Mohd Husin Bin Talib
Asst. Registrar Admin Email: husin@uniten.edu.my
(Accreditation and Building Tel:+60389212020 ext 2145
Examination)
Academic Unit
Registrar: Level 2, Juraini Binti Mohd Saleh
Asst. Registrar Admin Email: juraini@uniten.edu.my
(Class Scheduling & Building Tel: +60389212146
Subject
Registration)
Academic Unit
Registrar: Level 2, Mohammad HAniff Bin Mohamed Arif
Asst. Registrar Admin Email: mhaniff@uniten.edu.my
(Graduation & Building Tel: +60389212147
Convocation)
Academic Unit
Registrar: Deputy Level 2, Safidah Jun Haji Mohamad
(Academic) Admin Email: safidah@uniten.edu.my
Academic Unit Building Tel: +60389212020 ext 7110
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Service Location Contact Person Details
Security Deprment Level 1, Nur Hamiza Bte Mohammad Noh
Block TB Email: NHamiza@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +60389212020 ext 1501

Table 11: Support Service Directory at COE


College of Engineering (COE)
Service Contact Person Details
Transfer Credit
ME Transfer Credit Dr. Abdul Talip Bin Zulkarnain
Email: Abdultalip@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603-89212020 Ext:2238
CE Transfer Credit Dr. Nur Irfah Bte. Mohd Pauzi
Email: Irfah@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603-89212020 Ext:2271
EC Transfer Credit Ayuniza Ahmad
Email: ayuniza@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603-89212020 Ext:2278

Sharifah Azwa Shaaya


Email: Shazwa@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603-89212020 Ext:7249

Yanti Erana Jalil


Email: YantiErana@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603-89212020 Ext:3237/3286
EP Transfer Credit Sharifah Azma Syed Mustaffa
Email: SharifahAzma@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603-89212020 Ext 2394

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College of Engineering (COE)
Service Contact Person Details
Final Year Project
COE HOU Final Dr. Azni Wati Binti Azizan
Year Project Email: Azniwati@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603-89212020 Ext:2248
EC Coordinators FYP 1:
Dr. Zeti Akma Razali
Email: Zetiakma@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603-89212020 Ext:7239

FYP2:
Sharifah Azwa Shaaya
Email: Shazwa@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603-89212020 Ext:7249
EP Coordinators FYP 1
Tan Ching Sin
Email: ChingSin@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603-89212020 Ext 2267

FYP 2
Dr. Toh Chuen Ling
Email: Chuenling@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603-89212020 Ext 7230
ME Coordinators FYP 1
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Farrukh Hafiz Nagi
Email: Farrukh@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603-89212020 Ext:7226

FYP 2
Dr. Saiful Hasmady Bin Abu Hassan
Email: saifady@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603-89212020 Ext:7246
CE Coordinators FYP 1
Intan Norzuliana Bt Baharuddin
Email: Intan@uniten.edu.my
Tel: 03-89212020 Ext:2215

FYP 2
Assoc Prof Dr Mohamed Ahmed Hafez
Email: Ahmedh@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603-89212020 Ext:7240

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College of Engineering (COE)
Service Contact Person Details
Industrial Training
Deputy Dean Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nasri A. Hamid
(Student Affairs & Email: Nasri@uniten.edu.my
External Relations) Tel: +603 89287296

ME Coordinator Zaimah Bte Hasan


Email: Zaimah@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603 89212020 Ext. 2225

CE Coordinator Dr. Mohd Hafiz Bin Zawawi


Email: Mhafiz@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603 89212020 Ext.7245

EC Coordinators Ayuniza Bte Ahmad (BCCE)


Email: Ayuniza@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603 89212020 Ext. 2278

Azrul Bin Ghazali (BEEE)


Email: Azrulg@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603 89212020 Ext. 2219

EP Coordinator Chen Chai Phing


Email: Chencp@uniten.edu.my
Tel: +603 89212020 Ext 6646

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COE SAFETY AND HEALTH POLICY

The College of Engineering acknowledges its duties under the Occupational


Safety & Health Act 1994, to provide and to promote a healthy and safe working
environment for members of its staff, students, visitors and contractors, as far as
is reasonably practicable. To ensure compliance and enforcement of the rules
and regulations as contained in the Act 1994, the College of Engineering abides
by its Safety & Health Policy, which states that:

The College considers that high standards of safety and health are integral
to the effective management of the College.
The College views compliance with legal requirements as the minimum
acceptable safety and health standard and will endeavour to improve upon
those standards where possible within the constraints of available financial
resources.
The College is committed to planning, review and development of safety and
health arrangements in order to achieve a continual improvement in
performance.
The Dean of College of Engineering will ensure that appropriate personnel
are appointed to assist in the formation, implementation and development of
safety and health policy.
Safety and health training for all staff, students and those with specific safety
and health duties, will be given the same priority as other essential training
required for the smooth and safe running of the College.
All staff, students and others working in the College are expected to
cooperate on safety and health within the College and must:
comply with appropriate legal requirements and University requirements
as laid down in the University Codes of Practice;
take reasonable care for their own safety and health and that of others
who may be affected by their activities;
inform their immediate superior or COE Safety Committee members of
any situations that, within the limits of their competence, they consider
could give rise to serious or imminent danger or are shortcomings in
safety and health arrangements

For further information on COE Safety and Health Policy, please visit:
http://webuniten/coe/Pages/Safety-and-Health-Policy.aspx

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COE RESEARCH

College of Engineering (COE) is actively involved in research activities. There are


three Centres of Excellence namely Centre for Renewable Energy (CRE), Power
Engineering Centre (PEC) and Institute of Energy Policy & Research (IEPRe).
Beside these centers, there are many research centers as listed in Table 12. The
centers contribute significantly to the research and scholarly community at
UNITEN.

Table 12: List of Research Centres available at College of Engineering


List of Research Centres at COE
Centre for Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
Centre for Communications Service Convergence Technologies (CCSCT)
Centre for Forensic Engineering (CeFE)
Centre for Power System Research (CPSR)
Centre for Photonic Technologies (CPT)
Centre for Renewable Energy (CRE) [Centre of Excellence ]
Power Engineering Centre (PEC) [Centre of Excellence ]
Institute of Energy Policy & Research (IEPRe) [Centre of Excellence ]
Centre for RF Microwave Engineering (CRFME)
Centre for Storm water and Geohazard Management (CSGM)
Centre for System and Machine Intelligence (CSMI)
Centre for Power Plant Technology and Performance Optimization (PTPO)
Centre for Micro and Nano Engineering (CMNE)
Centre for Nuclear Energy (CNE)
Centre for Smart grid Technology (CSGT)
Center for Engineering Education (CEE)
Centre for Advanced Materials (CAM)
Centre for Innovation and Design (C4ID)
Centre for Electric Transportation & Systems (CETS)
Center for Automation & Embedded Computing System (CAECS)
Center for Signal Processing and Control Systems (SPaCs)
Centre for Sustainable Technology and Environment (CSTEN)
Center for Advanced Mechatronics and Robotics (CAMaRo)
Center for Occupational, Environmental and Safety Engineering (COESE)
Centre for Information and Network Security (COINS)
Centre of Agent Technology (CAT)
Centre for Sustainable Technology and Environment (CSTEN)
Centre for Software Innovation (CSI)
Centre for Power System Research (CPSR)
Centre for Clean Water & Clean Energy (CWCE)
Centre for Information Management Governance and Audit (CIGMA)
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COE LAB INFORMATION

College of Engineering has a wide range of laboratories with well-equipped


instrumentation and trained personnel. Students will be provided with a login
name that can be used to access the Internet, computers and other services in
the university. Students are welcome to use our general labs to do work and to
browse the Internet.

The laboratories facilities available at COE is listed in Table 13,

Table 14, Table 15 and Table 16.

Table 13: List of Laboratories Available at Dept. of Civil Engineering


Department of Civil Engineering
Lab Manager Dr. Sivadass a/l Thiruchelvam
Laboratory Name
& Laboratory Description
Location
Environmental This laboratory is to introduce the laboratory
Engineering practices of measuring some important
Laboratory. parameters such as color, turbidity, alkalinity, pH
(BD-1-003) and solid concentration.
Hydrology & Hydraulic This laboratory deals with the application of fluid
Engineering Laboratory mechanics principles to water flow problems and
(BJ-0-019 & BJ-0-020) quantifies the distribution and movement of water
in the environment.
Mechanics of Fluids This laboratory is to introduce measuring devices
Laboratory and techniques, error analysis in experimental
(BJ-0-019 & BJ-0-02) works and analysis of assumptions in the theory
of fluid mechanics.
Drafting Technology This laboratory deal with computer-aided design
Laboratory (CAD) program that used in engineering,
(BL-3-012) architecture, interior design and other fields
requiring a sophisticated design and drafting tool.
Geographical A geographic information system (GIS) is a
Information System system designed to capture, store, manipulate,
(GIS) analyze, manage, and present all types of spatial
(BL-3-008) or geographical data
Structure & Material This laboratory offers structural and material
Engineering Laboratory testing services for the design validations. The
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Department of Civil Engineering
Lab Manager Dr. Sivadass a/l Thiruchelvam
Laboratory Name
& Laboratory Description
Location
and construction engineering research and
development.
Surveying Practical This laboratory focuses in measuring and express
Training Laboratory distance in terms of full or spatial stations as used
(BM- B-00) in highway construction project.
Mechanics of Materials Establish the relationship between deflection and
Laboratory applied load and determine the elastic modulus of
(BM-B-007) the beam specimen
Advanced Geotechnical This laboratory is mainly for soil testing.
Laboratory
(BD-1-005& BD-1-006)
Geotechnical The Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory is to
Engineering Laboratory carry out many types of tests on soils include
(BD-G-00B) testing of a large range of sample sizes for
compressibility, shear strength and drainage
properties
Highway& This laboratory supports the theory related to
Transportation Highway Engineering and Transportation
Engineering Laboratory Engineering
(BM-B-006& BD-G-
00C)

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Table 14: List of Laboratories Available at Dept. of Elec. & Communication Engineering
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
Lab Manager Mr. Wong Hung Way
Laboratory Name
& Laboratory Description
Location
Field Programmable This laboratory is to learn how to implement
Gate Array (FPGA) embedded systems and devices/controllers using
Laboratory embedded system took kit (EDK).
(BL-1-009)
Communication This laboratory is to enhance the learning in
Systems Laboratory communication systems and techniques. The
(BL-1-022) experiments conducted are DSB Transmitter and
Receiver, Single Side Band, FM System, PAM-
TDM System, Pulse Code Modulation, Frequency
Shift Keying and Phase Shift Keying, Antenna
and Wave Propagation, Microwave Passive
Components
Digital Logic Design This laboratory is for learning how to apply the
Laboratory basic knowledge in digital electronics to practice
(BL-1-023)
Electrical and This laboratory is to gain first- hand knowledge in
Electronics basic electrical and electronics measurement
Measurement techniques
Laboratory I and II
(BL-2-010 & BL-2-003)
Microprocessor System This laboratory is to learn about microprocessor
Laboratory system by way of developing simple applications
(BL-2-011) using the PIC micro-controller trainer board.
Digital Signal This laboratory to enhance the understanding and
Processing Laboratory appreciation of Digital Signal Processing through
(BL-3-006) developments of simple DSP applications.
Very Large Scale This laboratory to learn the design and analysis of
Design Laboratory digital circuits at transistor and layout level
(VLSI)
(BH-0-008)

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Table 15: List of Laboratories Available at Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Lab Manager Mr Eng Kian HIn
Laboratory Name
& Laboratory Description
Location
Measurement Measuring of various type of test. Many
Laboratory experiment can be done in this lab such as; Flow
(BL- 0 -003) Measurement & Hydraulic Bench, Photo
Transducer, PID Controller, Strain Measurement,
Velocity Measurement Air Flow, Temperature
Measurement, and Free & Demper Vibration.
Heat transfer lab Heat transfer lab deals the exchange of thermal
(BL-B-010A) energy, between physical systems depending on
the temperature and pressure, by dissipating
heat
Machine Design & CAD Laboratory experiments on machine elements
Lab and design of machine components using
(BL-3-014 & BL-2-012) computer aided design software
Material Lab Experiments in this lab involving tensile test,
(BL-0-010A) torsion tests, displacement tests on beams,
statically indeterminate beams, determination of
modulus of elasticity of beams, material sample
preparations, heat treatment, cold rolling and
observation of material structures.
Manufacturing Process This lab is dealing with manufacturing
Lab experiments such as welding, drilling and milling.
(BE-0-010 & BE-0-014):
Fluid Mechanic Lab Provides a hands on environment that is crucial
(BL-0-010):, for developing students understanding of
theoretical concepts of fluid mechanics.

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Table 16: List of Laboratories Available at Dept. of Electrical Power Engineering
Department of Electrical Power Engineering
Lab Manager Dr. Nazaruddin A. Rahman
Laboratory Name
& Laboratory Description
Location
Control System This lab offers fundamentals on control system
Laboratory applications
(BL-3-010)
Electrical Machines This lab offers basic measurements for electrical
Lab machines which consist various types of motors
(BL-1-015) such as DC and AC motors.
Power Electronics This lab offers basic measurements related to
Laboratory power electronic applications. The lab is embedded
(BL-1-016) in power electronic courses
Power System This lab offers basic and application of power
Laboratory system simulation studies. The lab is embedded
(BJ-1-019) course for power system subject
Power System The lab offers basic application of power system
Protection Laboratory protection operation in typical substation.
(BJ-0-018)

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NON ACADEMIC INFORMATION

Where can I get good food for a reasonable price at Uniten?


There are a number of eateries available at Uniten to cater our multiracial and
multinational students. The eateries at Uniten ranges from food courts, cafeterias
as well as a floating restaurant, all of which serve local and international dishes
located in different places in the campus for the convenience of the students.

Is there a bank or auto-teller machines (ATM) available in the


campus?
Yes, we do have few ATMs around the campus. The details are as following:
Maybank ATM at the Admin Building (Ground Floor) & Library Building
(Beside Imrish Caf)
CIMB ATM at COE (Ground Floor) & Library Building (Beside Imrish Caf)
However, we do not have bank in the campus vicinity at the moment. Nearest
banks will be at Serdang, Bandar Baru Bangi and Kajang.

Is there any convenient shop in the campus?


Yes, we do have a shopping arcade at Upten (Near Uniten Mosque). There are
few shops selling groceries a book shop, a laundry shop and also a clinic.

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This is my first time staying away from my family. What
about accommodation at Uniten? Is the accommodation provided
comfortable for the students?
On-campus student apartments are available for over 3,800 students, including
a small number of units for married students. The apartments provided are
comfortable with well-equipped facilities such as lounges and kitchenettes for
each apartment. Bedrooms are either single or double and each apartment can
accommodate four (4) students. The ambience in the student apartment helps
build camaraderie and encourage friendship among students of diverse racial
and religious backgrounds. Good quality off-campus accommodation at
reasonable rates are also available. Universiti Tenaga Nasional makes an effort
to accommodate all students on campus for at least one year. The campus has
an Executive Education Centre which provides hotel-standard accommodation,
equipped with up-to-date facilities for graduate students, conference and seminar
participants, visiting academicians and visitors, as well as their accompanying
family members.

What are the types of the apartments available at Uniten?


There many types: Single Bedroom ( Four single bedrooms in one unit), Twin
sharing (Two twin sharing rooms in one unit), Apartment for married students
(Two-bedroom apartment with living and dining area, kitchenette, bathroom,
laundry area).

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What are the facilities provided together with the in house
accommodations?
In general, all the apartment units include the following facilities:
room inventory: single bed, mattress, side table, wardrobe, noticeboard, a
ceiling fan and lamp;
kitchen inventory: kitchen cabinet, dining table & chairs, and a rubbish bin;
all rooms and hall are furnished with curtains;
the warden of the student units makes sure that, amongst other things, any
damages will be repaired immediately;
hall area : study table & chairs, study lamp and Internet/computer port.

Is there a management team to take care of the in house


accommodations?
The Resident Counselors, Senior Residents and residential staff are available to
assist and advise students during semester periods and each college conducts
its own social and cultural program.

I do not own a transport. How can I move around for my classes


in campus area?
Universiti Tenaga Nasional provides bus services for students' mobility within the
campus daily.

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Is there clinic/ dispensaries available for Uniten student in the
campus?
There is an on-campus health and medical center at the campus. The service of
a doctor is available at the center during certain hours of the day.

Is there any sports facilities?


The following sports facilities are available at Uniten campus.

Gymnasium:
The UNITEN Gymnasium is located in Dewan Seri Sarjana Building in Putrajaya
Campus it well equipped.

Swimming pool:
UNITEN has an Olympic-sized swimming pool which is a part of the Campus
sports and recreational facilities. The pool is open for students, staff, teaching
groups as well as the public.

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Horseback Riding Club:
Student can ride horse back at our campus.

My family or my friends are coming to visit me, any hotels


close by for them to stay?
Do not worry, we do have a hotel in the campus, RHR Hotel.

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I do not own a computer/laptop, is there any computer/laptop that
accessible for the students?
Students can complete your assignments and even check your emails using the
computer laboratories. The Computer Laboratories are located at several sites
on Campus and are well served by the campus network. Currently, there are 20
computer laboratories and more than 1000 workstations serving the student
population. All the laboratories are interconnected, forming the University's Local
Area Network (LAN). The labs are extensively used by students for classes in
Engineering, IT and Business Courses. During the periods that the labs are free
of classes, they are made available to students to complete their assignments.

Is there internet service in the campus?


University Tenaga Nasional is proud to offer network facilities for the use of all
residents of all the University's apartments. Residents can expect fast local area
network and Internet connections, all from the comfort and privacy of their rooms.

Now I have accommodation, internet and other facilities, what


about maintenance?
Do not worry, Facility Development & Management Department covers a wide
range of functions which includes building operations & maintenance,
environmental management, development of properties, purchasing of assets,
provision of building services and securing tenancy.

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COE STAFF DIRECTORY
Table 17: Staff Directory of Dept. of Civil Engineering
No Name Room No Ext. No Email
1 Agusril, Dr. BN-3-022 6450 Agusril@uniten.edu.my
2 Ahmed Hussein Birima, Dr. BN-3-014 2243 AHussein@uniten.edu.my
Al Mahfoodh Ali Najah
3 BN-3-033 6259 Mahfoodh@uniten.edu.my
Ahmed, Dr.
4 Chai Mee Kin, Dr. BA3-039 7275 Mkchai@uniten.edu.my
5 Chow Ming Fai, Dr. BN-0-013 2256 Chowmf@uniten.edu.my
7228
6 Chua Kok Hua, Dr. BA-2-51 Ckh@uniten.edu.my
/5578
7 Daud Bin Mohamad, Mr BN-3-044 2259 Daud@uniten.edu.my
8 Ean Lee Woen, Cik BN-0-005 7231 LeeWoen@uniten.edu.my
9 Faizah Bte. Che Ros, Dr. 6230 Faie@uniten.edu.my
10 Fathoni Usman, Dr. BN-3-071 7225 Fathoni@uniten.edu.my
Gasim Hayder Ahmed
11 BN-3-049 6348 Gasim@uniten.edu.my
Salih, Dr
Herda Yati Binti Katman,
12 BN-1-003 2252 Herda@uniten.edu.my
Pn.
13 Hidayah Bte Basri, Pn. BN-2-035A 6210 BHidayah@uniten.edu.my
Intan Nor Zuliana Binti
14 BN-3-009 2215 Intan@uniten.edu.my
Baharuddin, Cik
Kamal Nasharuddin Bin
15 BA-1-010 7302 kamal@uniten.edu.my
Mustapha, Prof. Ir. Dr.
Lariyah Bte Mohd Sidek,
16 BA-2-010 7289 Lariyah@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Ir. Dr.
Lee Choon Yong, Assoc.
17 BN-3-69 7288 Cylee@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Dr.
Marlinda Bte. Abdul Malek,
18 BN-0-026 7205 Marlinda@uniten.edu.my
Assoc. Prof. Ir. Dr.
19 Md Ashraful Alam, Dr. BA-4-023 7292 Ashraful@uniten.edu.my
20 Md.Shabbir Hossain, Dr. BN-0-009 6223 Mdshabbir@uniten.edu.my
Mohamed Ahmed Hafez
21 BN-03-087 7240 Ahmedh@uniten.edu.my
Ahmed, Dr.
Mohd Hafiz Bin Zawawi,
22 BN 3-030 7245 Mhafiz@uniten.edu.my
Dr.
23 Mohd Sufian Abdul Karim BN-0-011 7258 Sufian@uniten.edu.my
Mohd Zakwan Bin Ramli,
24 BN-3-051 2210 Zakwan@uniten.edu.my
Mr
Nazirul Mubin Bin Zahari,
25 BN-3-034 6305 Nazirul@uniten.edu.my
Mr.
Nor Hazwani Binti Nor
26 BN-0-020 2247 Hazwani@uniten.edu.my
Khalid, Cik
27 Norlela Bte Ismail,Ir, Dr. BN-3-010 2286 Norlelaismail@uniten.edu.my
Norshahida Binti Rahman,
28 BN-1-061 2291 Norshahida@uniten.edu.my
Cik

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No Name Room No Ext. No Email
Nur Irfah Bte. Mohd Pauzi,
29 BN-3-061 2271 Irfah@uniten.edu.my
Dr.
Nur Liyana Binti Mohd
30 BN-3-028 6246 Yana_Kamal@uniten.edu.my
Kamal, Pn.
31 Rasyikin Bte. Roslan BN-3-066 6276 Rasyikin@uniten.edu.my
Rohayu Bte Che Omar,
32 BN-0-012 2294 rohayu@uniten.edu.my
Assoc. Prof. Dr.
33 Saliza Bte. Baharudin BN-3-058 2292 Saliza@uniten.edu.my
34 Salmia Binti Beddu, Dr. BN-2-37A 6219 Salmia@uniten.edu.my
Shuhairy Bin Norhisham,
35 BN-0-009 6223 Shuhairy@uniten.edu.my
Mr.
Siti Aliyyah Bt. Masjuki, Study
36 Study Leave Aliyyah@uniten.edu.my
Cik. Leave
Sivadass A/L
37 BN-0-009 7216 Sivadass@uniten.edu.my
Thiruchelvam, Dr.
Sivakumar Naganathan,
38 BN-3-024 2257 SivaN@uniten.edu.my
Assoc. Prof. Dr.
39 Wong Jee Khai, Mr BN-3-062 6302 Wongjk@uniten.edu.my
40 Wong Leong Sing, Dr. BN-1-062 7250 Wongls@uniten.edu.my
Yuzainee Bte. Md Yusoff,
41 BA-3-067 7243 Yuzainee@uniten.edu.my
Dr.
42 Zaemah Jubri, Dr. BA-3-038 7253 Zaemah@uniten.edu.my
43 Zakaria Bin Che Muda, Ir. BN-2-028 2272 MZakaria@uniten.edu.my
44 Zarina Binti Itam, Dr. Ing BN-3-042 2249 iZarina@uniten.edu.my

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Table 18: Staff Directory of Dept. of Electronics & Communication Engineering
No Name Room No Ext. No Email
Abu Bakar Bin Mhd
1 BN-2-032 2206 Abakar@uniten.edu.my
Ghazali, Assoc. Prof. Dr.
Agileswari Ramasamy,
2 BN-1-030 2270 Agileswari@uniten.edu.my
Assoc. Prof. Dr.
Ahmad Wafi Bin Mahmood
3 BN-3-021 6414 Wafi@uniten.edu.my
Zuhdi, Dr.
Aidil Azwin Bin Zainul
4 BN-1-018 7324 Aidilazwin@uniten.edu.my
Abidin, Dr.
5 Aiman Bin Ismail, Mr. BW-2-C11 2319 Aiman@uniten.edu.my
6 Ayuniza Bte Ahmad, Pn. BN-3-046 2278 Ayuniza@uniten.edu.my
7 Azlina Binti Abdullah, Pn. BW-2-033 3234 Aazlina@uniten.edu.my
8 Azni Wati Binti Azizan, Dr. BN-1-008 2248 Azniwati@uniten.edu.my
9 Azrul Bin Ghazali, Mr. BN-3-036 2219 Azrulg@uniten.edu.my
Chandan Kumar
10 BW-2-C30 2340 Chandan@uniten.edu.my
Chakrabarty, Prof. Dr.
11 Chau Chien Fat, Dr. BN-3-018 7297 Cchienfat@uniten.edu.my
Cheah Cheng Lai, Assoc.
12 BN-3-057 7294 CLCheah@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Dr.
Chong Kok Hen, Assoc.
13 BN-3-064 7276 ChongKH@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Ir. Dr.
14 Fairuz Bin Abdullah, Dr. BA-1-BE (1) 7331 fairuz@uniten.edu.my
15 Farah Hani Bte Nordin, Dr. BN-2-029 2244 Farah@uniten.edu.my
Fazrena Azlee Bte. Hamid,
16 BN-3-029 2216 Fazrena@uniten.edu.my
Dr.
17 Goh Chin Hock, Dr. BW-4-R15 2395 chinhock@uniten.edu.my
18 Goh Su Mei, Dr. BN-3-081 7287 Sumei@uniten.edu.my
19 Hazlinda Bte Hakimie, Cik. BN-1-067 2266 Hazlinda@uniten.edu.my
Ibrahim Bin Ahmad, Prof.
20 BN-3-084 7284 AIbrahim@uniten.edu.my
Dr.
Intan Shafinaz Bte
21 BW-2-C14 3254 Intanshafinaz@uniten.edu.my
Mustafa, Pn.
Jamaludin Bin Omar,
22 BN-2-031 7271 Jamaludin@uniten.edu.my
Assoc. Prof. Dr.
Jehana Ermy Bte
23 BN-3-080 2260 Jehana@uniten.edu.my
Jamaluddin, Dr.
Johnny Koh Siaw Paw,
24 BJ-1-002 2245 Johnnykoh@uniten.edu.my
Assoc. Prof. Dr.
25 Leong Yeng Weng, Dr. BN-1-058 6318 ywleong@uniten.edu.my
Md Zaini Bin Jamaludin,
26 BJ-1 -008 7305 Mdzaini@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Dr.
Study
27 Mohd Zafri Bin Baharuddin Study Leave zafri@uniten.edu.my
Leave
Nagaletchumi A/P
28 BW-2-C12 3260 Nagaletchumi@uniten.edu.my
Balasubramaniam, Pn.
Noor Shamsiah Othman,
29 BN-3-020 7214 Shamsiah@uniten.edu.my
Dr.

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No Name Room No Ext. No Email
30 Norani Bte Atan, Pn. BN-3-077 2290 Norani@uniten.edu.my
Norashidah Bt Md Din,
31 BN-2-032 7302 norashidah@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Ir. Dr.
Norazizah Bte Mohd Aripin,
32 BW-2-C32 3232 Norazizahm@uniten.edu.my
Dr.
Normy Norfiza Binti Abdul
33 BA-2-068 7321 Normy@uniten.edu.my
Razak, Dr.
Nur Badariah Bte. Ahmad
34 BN-1-009 2299 NBadariah@uniten.edu.my
Mustafa, Pn.
Nurul Asyikin Bte
35 BW-4-R18 2350 Asyikin@uniten.edu.my
Mohamed Radzi, Dr.
Ong Hang See, Assoc.
36 BW-2-C29 2339 Ong@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Dr.
Prajindra Sankar Krishnan,
37 BN-1-063 7248 Sankar@uniten.edu.my
Mr.
38 Razali Bin Jidin, Prof. Dr. BN-3-050 7208 Razali@uniten.edu.my
Savithry A/P K.
39 BN-3-065 6425 Savithry@uniten.edu.my
Thangaraju, Pn.
Sharifah Azwa Bte Shaaya,
40 BN-3-072 7249 Shazwa@uniten.edu.my
Pn.
Siti Fazlili Abdullah, Assoc.
41 BA-3-072 7260 Siti@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Dr.
42 Syed Khaleel Ahmed, Mr. BN-3-047 2276 Syedkhaleel@uniten.edu.my
Tiagrajah A/L V.
43 BN-1-65 7265 tiagrajah@uniten.edu.my
Janahiraman, Dr.
44 Tiong Sieh Kiong, Prof. Dr. BJ-1-009 2282 Siehkiong@uniten.edu.my
45 Wong Hung Way, Mr BN-1-028 7227 Hungww@uniten.edu.my
46 Yanti Erana Bte Jalil, Pn. BW-2-C17 3237 Yantierana@uniten.edu.my
47 Yap Boon Kar, Dr. BN-3-040 2229 KBYap@uniten.edu.my
Yap Keem Siah, Assoc.
48 BA-4-057 7309 Yapkeem@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Dr.
Zainul Abidin Md Sharrif,
49 BN-1-041 7219 Zainul@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Emeritus Dato' Ir. Dr.
50 Zalina Hashim BA-0-037 7319 Zalina@uniten.edu.my
51 Zeti Akma Bte Rhazali, Dr. BN-3-019 7239 Zetiakma@uniten.edu.my

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Table 19: Staff Directory of Dept. of Electrical Power Engineering
No Name Room No Ext. No Email
Ahmad Qisti Bin Ramli,
1 BN-1-010 7215 Qisti@uniten.edu.my
Assoc. Prof. Dr.
Aishah Binti Mohd Isa,
2 BW-2-C35 3235 Aishah@uniten.edu.my
Dr.
Au Mau Teng, Assoc.
3 BJ-1-012 7201 Mtau@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Ir. Dr.
Azrul Bin Mohd Ariffin,
4 BN-3-017 7335 Azrula@uniten.edu.my
Dr.
Bahisham Bte. Yunus,
5 BA-2-070 7570 Bahisham@uniten.edu.my
Assoc. Prof. Dr.
6 Chen Chai Phing, Puan BN-3-037 6646 Chencp@uniten.edu.my
8 Halimatun Bt Hashim, Dr. BN-0-014 2234 Halimatun@uniten.edu.my
Ida Suzana Bte Hussain,
9 BN-3-082 7290 Idasuzana@uniten.edu.my
Pn.
Ismail Bin Said, Assoc.
10 BH-0-016 7213 Ismails@uniten.edu.my
Prof..
Izham Bin Zainal Abidin,
11 BN-2-025 7255 Izham@uniten.edu.my
Assoc. Prof. Dr.
Jagadeesh Pasupuleti,
12 BN-3-067 7277 Jagadeesh@uniten.edu.my
Assoc. Prof. Dr.
John Steven A/L
13 BN-1-025 2235 Johnsteven@uniten.edu.my
Navamany
14 Karmila Binti Kamil, Pn. BN-3-083 7291 Karmila@uniten.edu.my
15 Ker Pin Jern, Dr. BN-0-025 6230 PinJern@uniten.edu.my
16 Kuan Tze Mei, Cik. BN-3-068 2231 TzeMei@uniten.edu.my
Marayati Bte Marsadek,
17 BN-1-032 7251 Marayati@uniten.edu.my
Dr.
Maryam Huda Binti
18 BN-1-040 7257 hmaryam@uniten.edu.my
Ahmad Phesal, Pn.
19 Miszaina Osman, Dr. BN-2-017 7229 Miszaina@uniten.edu.my
Mohd Azrin Bin Mohd
20 BN 1-060 7218 AzrinM@uniten.edu.my
Azau, Mr.
Mohd Helmi Bin Mansor,
21 BN- 3-087 6383 MHelmi@uniten.edu.my
Mr.
Muhamad Bin Mansor, 7263/6
22 BN-3-079 Muhamadm@uniten.edu.my
Dr. 274
Muhamad Safwan Bin
23 BN-1-051 7241 ASafwan@uniten.edu.my
Abd Rahman, Dr.
24 Nadia Tan Mei Lin, Dr. BN-3-088 7256 Nadia@uniten.edu.my
Nazaruddin A. Rahman,
25 BH-0-15 6274 Nazaruddin@uniten.edu.my
Dr.
Noor Miza Bt Muhamad Seconded
26 TNB Noormiza@uniten.edu.my
Razali, Dr. to TNB
27 Noraini Bte Md. Nusi, Pn. BA-3-71 2289 mnoraini@uniten.edu.my
Nur Fadilah Bte. Ab.
28 BN-1-031 7235 NFadilah@uniten.edu.my
Aziz, Dr.

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No Name Room No Ext. No Email
Nurzanariah Binti
29 BN-3-56 6395 Nurzanariah@uniten.edu.my
Roslan, Cik.
Renuga A/P Verayiah,
30 BN-3-075 6472 Renuga@uniten.edu.my
Pn.
31 Sabarina Bte Jaafar, Pn. BN-3-074 6308 Sabarina@uniten.edu.my
Sarveswaren A/L Sarveswaren@uniten.edu.m
32 BN-2-009 2246
Karunanithi, Mr. y
Shangari K. Raveendran,
33 BN-3-016 7281 Shangari@uniten.edu.my
Cik.
Sharifah Azma Bte Syed Sharifahazma@uniten.edu.
34 BW-2-C36 2394
Mustaffa, Pn. my
Suhaida Mohd. Sood,
35 SQ4 7578 Suhaida@uniten.edu.my
Pn.
Suhaila Binti Sulaiman,
36 BW-2-C13 3259 Suhailas@uniten.edu.my
Pn.
Syed Zainal Abidin Bin
37 BN-3-060 6277 SZainal@uniten.edu.my
Syed Kamarulbahrin, En.
38 Tan Ching Sin, Dr. SQ4 2267 ChingSin@uniten.edu.my
Tengku Juhana Bt
39 BN-1-004 2284 juhana@uniten.edu.my
Tengku Hashim, Dr.
40 Toh Chuen Ling, Dr. BN-1-018 7230 Chuenling@uniten.edu.my
Tuan Ab Rashid Bin
41 SQ4 2302 TRashid@uniten.edu.my
Tuan Abdullah, Ir. Dr.
Ungku Anisa Bte. Ungku
42 Amirulddin, Assoc. Prof. BN-2-018 2227 Anisa@uniten.edu.my
Dr.
Vigna Kumaran A/L
43 Ramachandaramurthy, BJ-1-023 7312 Vigna@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Ir. Dr.
Yasmin Hanum Bte Md 7211/7
44 BA-4-060 Yasmin@uniten.edu.my
Thayoob, Dr. 304
45 Zaipatimah Bte. Ali, Dr. BN-3-015 7247 Zaipatimah@uniten.edu.my

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Table 20: Staff Directory of Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
No Name Room No Ext. No Email
1 A.K.M. Parvez Iqbal, Dr. BN-1-034 7232 Parvez@uniten.edu.my
Abd Halim Bin
2 Shamsuddin, Prof. Ir. CRE 2217 AbdHalim@uniten.edu.my
Dr.
Abdoulhdi Amhmad
3 BN-3-033 6303 Amhmad@uniten.edu.my
Borhana Omron, Dr.
Abdul Aziz Bin
4 Mohamed, Assoc. Prof. BN-1-068 7266 AzizM@uniten.edu.my
Dr.
Abdul Talip Bin
5 BN-1-007 2238 Abdultalip@uniten.edu.my
Zulkarnain, Dr.
Abreeza Noorlina Bte
6 BN-3-063 7234 Abreeza@uniten.edu.my
Abd. Manap, Dr.
Abu Bakar Bin Musa,
7 BA-4-061 7237 Bakar@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Dr.
Adlansyah Bin Abd
8 BJ-1-018 7264 Adlansyah@uniten.edu.my
Rahman, Dr.
9 Adzly Anuar, Mr. BN-1-042 2221 Adzly@uniten.edu.my
Anas Bin Muhamad
10 BN-3-022 6474 Anas@uniten.edu.my
Pauzi, Mr
Azieyanti Nurain Binti
11 BN-1-047 2254 Azieyanti@uniten.edu.my
Azmin, Pn.
Azrul Abidin Bin Study Study
12 AAzrul@uniten.edu.my
Zakaria, Mr. Leave Leave
13 Ban Kean Nam, Mr. BN-1-029 2236 Bkean@uniten.edu.my
Betty Voon Wan Niu,
14 BA-3-036 7217 Betty@uniten.edu.my
Pn.
15 Chua Yaw Long, Mr BN-0-023 2279 Chuayl@uniten.edu.my
Endang Jati Binti Mat
16 SQ4 2382 Endang@uniten.edu.my
Sahid, Pn.
17 Eng Kian Hin, Mr. BN-1-046 2237 Ekian@uniten.edu.my
18 Ewe Lay Sheng, Dr. BA-3-055 2268 Laysheng@uniten.edu.my
Fadhilah Bte Abd
19 BA-3-069 7267 Fadhilah@uniten.edu.my
Razak, Dr.
Farah Elida Binti
20 BN-3-076 6300 Farah.Elida@uniten.edu.my
Selamat, Pn.
Faridah Bte Basaruddin,
21 BA-3-054 7272 Faridah@uniten.edu.my
Dr.
Farrukh Hafiz Nagi,
22 BN-1-006 7226 Farrukh@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Dr.
Fevilia Nurnadia Binti
23 BN-3-073 6461 Fevilia@uniten.edu.my
Adria Syaifoel, Pn.
24 Firas B Ismail, Dr. BN-0-028 6637 Firas@uniten.edu.my
Gopinathan a/l
25 BN-0-030 6464 Gopinathan@uniten.edu.my
Muthaiyah, Mr.

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No Name Room No Ext. No Email
Halina Misran, Assoc.
26 COGS 7318 Halina@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Dr.
27 Hanim Salleh, Prof. Dr. TA-6-212 7312 hanim@uniten.edu.my
28 Hasril Hasini, Ir. BN-0-008 2280 hasril@uniten.edu.my
Hassan Bin Mohamed,
20 BN3-033 6226 MHassan@uniten.edu.my
Mr.
Ibrahim Hussein, Dato'
30 Canselori 7120 Ibrahim@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Ir. Dr.
Iszmir Nazmi Bin Ismail,
31 BN-3-034 6339 Iszmir@uniten.edu.my
Mr.
Juniza Binti Md Saad,
32 BN-3-060 Juniza@uniten.edu.my
Cik
Khairul Salleh Bin
33 Mohamed Sahari, BN-2-012 2297 Khairuls@uniten.edu.my
Assoc. Prof. Dr.
Kumaran A/L
34 BJ-0-012 2296 kumaran@uniten.edu.my
Palanisamy, Ir. Dr.
35 Lim Chin Wai, Dr. BN-2-012 2293 Lchinwai@uniten.edu.my
Malik Idries Adam
36 BN-0-007 2250 IdriesM@uniten.edu.my
Ahmed, Dr.
Md. Mujibur Rahman,
37 BN-0-024 7269 mujibur@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Dr.
Meenaloshini A/P
38 BN-3-11 7274 Meenaloshini@uniten.edu.my
Satgunam, Dr.
Mikhail Fong Abdullah
39 BN-3-078 7283 mikhail@uniten.edu.my
@ Fong Kok Kee, Encik
Mohamed Ansari M.
40 BN-1-026 2213 ansari@uniten.edu.my
Nainar, Dr.
Mohd Azree Bin Idris,
41 ITMS 7223 Azree@uniten.edu.my
Assoc. Prof. Dr.
Mohd Eqwan Bin Mohd
42 BN-3-087 6220 Eqwan@uniten.edu.my
Roslan, Mr.
Mohd Firdaus Bin
43 BN-3-033 6367 Mohd.Firdaus@uniten.edu.my
Jaafar, Mr.
Mohd Rashdan Bin Isa,
44 BN-0-030 6465 MRashdan@uniten.edu.my
Mr.
Study Study
45 Mohd Syukri Bin Yahya Syukri@uniten.edu.my
Leave Leave
Mohd. Zamri Bin Yusoff,
46 Canselori 2003 Zamri@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Dr.
47 Mokhtar Bin Majid, Ir. BN-3-048 2212 MMokhtar@uniten.edu.my
Muhamad Ibrahim Bin
48 BN-3-039 6477 Muhamad@uniten.edu.my
Mahmod, Mr.
Muhammad Fairuz Bin
49 B-3-070 7282 mfairuz@uniten.edu.my
Abdul Jalal, Mr.
Nasri A. Hamid, Assoc.
50 BN-2-016 7296 Nasri@uniten.edu.my
Prof. Dr.

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Ng Khai Ching, Assoc.
51 BN-3-043 6478 NkChing@uniten.edu.my
Prof.Dr.
52 Ng Yee Luon, Mr. BN-3-042 2249 YLuon@uniten.edu.my
Nolia Binti Harudin,
53 BN-3-045 2239 Nolia@uniten.edu.my
Puan
54 Norbaini Abdul, Pn. BA 3 035 7353 norbaini@uniten.edu.my
Noreliza Bt Abu Mansor,
55 BA-3-070 7268 Noreliza@uniten.edu.my
Dr.
Norhalena Bte Mohd
56 BA-3-059 7238 Halena@uniten.edu.my
Nor, Pn.
Norhazwani Binti Abd
57 BN-2-036 6213 Norhazwani@uniten.edu.my
Malek, Pn.
Nur Irmawati Binti Om,
58 BN-1-022 7295 Irmawati@uniten.edu.my
Pn.
Nur Mazlini Binti Razali,
59 BN-3-013 2218 Mazlini@uniten.edu.my
Pn.
Nurainaa Binti
60 BN-3-073 6462 Nurainaa@uniten.edu.my
Kabilmiharbi, Cik.
Nuraslinda Binti Anuar,
61 BN-3-066 6256 nuraslinda@uniten.edu.my
Cik
Omar Suliman Zaroog,
62 BN-3-054 2277 Omars@uniten.edu.my
Dr.
Prem A/L
63 BN-01-52 2230 Prem@uniten.edu.my
Gunnasegaran, Mr.
Pua Fei Ling @ Grace
64 BN-3-012 2262 GracePua@uniten.edu.my
Pua, Dr.
Roslina Binti Mokhtar,
65 BA-3-068 2281 Roslina@uniten.edu.my
Pn
Saifuddin Bin Hj. M.
66 BJ-1-020 7285 Saifuddin@uniten.edu.my
Nomanbhay, Prof. Dr.
Saiful Hasmady Bin Abu
67 BN-1-059 7246 Saifady@uniten.edu.my
Hassan, Dr.
Sami Salama Hussen
68 BN-3-053 6402 SSalama@uniten.edu.my
Hajjaj, Mr.
69 Shahida Begum, Dr. BN-1-027 2274 Shahida@uniten.edu.my
Siti Sarah Ain Binti
70 BN-1-064 2242 SitiSarah@uniten.edu.my
Fadhil, Cik
Siti Zubaidah Bte
71 BN-3-086 2255 Zubaidah@uniten.edu.my
Othman, Pn.
T.M Indra Mahlia,
72 BN-0-021 7221 Indra@uniten.edu.my
Profesor Dr.
73 Tan Ee Sann BN-3-026 6279 Eesann@uniten.edu.my
Vignesh Vicki A/L 6330/
74 BN-0-030 Vignesh@uniten.edu.my
Wanatasanappan, Mr. 6331
75 Weria Khaksar, Dr. BN-3-008 2288 weria@uniten.edu.my
76 Woon Hai Song, Dr. BA-3-058 7320 Hwoon@uniten.edu.my
77 Yeo Wee Sing, Dr. BN-0-222 7278 Weesing@uniten.edu.my

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78 Yip Chan Heng, Encik BN-3-038 2251 chyip@uniten.edu.my
79 Zaimah Bte Hasan, Pn. BN 1 043 2225 Zaimah@uniten.edu.my
Zainuddin Bin Yahya,
80 BN-2-055 2241 Zai@uniten.edu.my
Haji
81 Zarina Abdul Rahman BN-1-039 7259 Zarina@uniten.edu.my
82 Zolman Bin Hari, Dr. BA-3-053 7242 Zolman@uniten.edu.my
Zubaidi Faiesal Bin
83 BN-0-030 6331 Zubaidi@uniten.edu.my
Mohamad, Mr.
84 Zulkifli Ahmad, Mr. INSPA 2232 Zahmad@uniten.edu.my

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Di sini kita julang
Cita-cita berjuang
Uniten gedung ilmu yang terbilang

Kan ku bawa obor menyala


Ke seluruh tanah melata
55Uniten berupaya menjana professional
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