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Program JKM

PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

INTRODUCTION  

In line with the 3rd Industrial Malaysia Plan (IMP3) aiming for the innovative and creative human capital development, via matching talent to expertise with market demand, Diploma in Mechanical Engineering for polytechnic is developed to give balance emphasis on theoretical and practical aspects. The Eleventh Malaysia Plan was drawn to produced 60% out of 1.5 million workers was in TVET sector. Until now a total of 69,475 (51%) of the 136,062 technical education and vocational training (TVET) graduates in Malaysia are working as professionals and skilled workers. Thus, to keep abreast with rapid demand in TVET sector, Department of Polytechnic and Community College Education (DPCCE) progressively collaborates with major industry players in the country in developing the curriculum. The programme will take six semesters to complete, five academic semesters at their respective polytechnics and one semester of industrial training at relevant industries during the final semester. This programme complies with the Board of Engineer (BEM) requirement.

POLYTECHNIC VISION

To be the Leading-Edge TVET Institution.

POLYTECHNIC MISSION

  1. To provide wide access to quality and recognized TVET programmes.
  2. To empower communities through lifelong learning.
  3. To develop holistic, entrepreneurial and balanced graduates.
  4. To capitalise on smart partnership with stakeholders.

EDUCATIONAL GOAL

To produce holistic and competent TVET graduates capable of contributing to the nation development.

PROGRAMME AIM

The programme believes that every individual has potential and the programme aims to develop adaptable and responsible Senior Assistant Engineers to support government aspiration to increase workforce in engineering related field.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

The Diploma in Mechanical Engineering programme should produce balanced and competent technical workers who are:

PEO1:

Equipped with industry-relevant knowledge and skills in mechanical engineering field

PEO2:

Engaging on lifelong and continuous learning to enhance knowledge and skills

PEO3:

Instilled with entrepreneurial skills and mind set in the real working environment

PEO4:

Established strong linkage with society and players in the industry

 

PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLO)

Upon completion of the programme, students should be able to:

PLO1: apply knowledge of applied mathematics, applied science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialisation as specified in DK1 to DK4 respectively to wide practical procedures and practices

PLO2: identify and analyse well-defined engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using codified methods of analysis specific to their field of activity (DK1 to DK4)

PLO3: design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with the design of systems, components or processes to meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations (DK5)

PLO4: conduct investigations of well-defined problems; locate and search relevant codes and catalogues, conduct standard tests and measurements

PLO5: apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools to well-defined engineering problems, with an awareness of the limitations (DK6)

PLO6: demonstrate knowledge of the societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to engineering technician practice and solutions to well-defined engineering problems (DK7)

PLO7: understand and evaluate the sustainability and impact of engineering technician work in the solution of well-defined engineering problems in societal and environmental contexts (DK7)

PLO8: understand and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of technician practice

PLO9: function effectively as an individual, and as a member in diverse technical teams

PLO10: communicate effectively on well-defined engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, by being able to comprehend the work of others, document their own work, and give and receive clear instructions

PLO11: demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member or leader in a technical team and to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments

PLO12: recognise the need for, and have the ability to engage in independent updating in the context of specialised technical knowledge

SYNOPSIS - DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

The Diploma in Mechanical Engineering programme is designed to produced holistic graduates that have knowledge and competent skills in the field of mechanical engineering to fulfil the demand of workers in engineering sector. The programme structure focusses on the area of Solid Mechanics, Statics & Dynamics, Thermodynamics & Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics, Materials, Mechanical Design, Workshop Practices, Manufacturing, Instrumentation & Control, Mechanical Maintenance, Electrical & Electronic Technology.

JOB PROSPECT - DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

This programme provides the knowledge and skills in Mechanical Engineering field that can be applied to a broad range of careers in Mechanical Engineering. The knowledge and skills that the students acquire from the programme will enable them to participate in the job market as:

  1. Assistant Engineer
  2. Technical Assistant
  3. Assistant Service Manager
  4. Service Advisor
  5. Supervisor
  6. Technician
  7. Technical Instructor or Lecturer
  8. Technical Sales Executive / Engineer
  9. Draughter / Designer
  10. Entrepreneur

SYNOPSIS - DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (AUTOMOTIVE)

The Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (Automotive) programme is designed to produced holistic graduates that have knowledge and competent skills in the field of mechanical engineering with added specialization subjects in the automotive engineering to fulfil the demand of workers in engineering sector. The programme structure focusses on the area of Solid Mechanics, Statics & Dynamics, Thermodynamics & Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics, Materials, Mechanical Design, Workshop Practices, Manufacturing, Instrumentation & Control, Mechanical Maintenance, Electrical & Electronic Technology, Vehicle System, Vehicle Technology and Workshop Practice & Management.

JOB PROSPECT - DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (AUTOMOTIVE)

This programme provides the knowledge and skills in Mechanical Engineering (Automotive) field that can be applied to a broad range of careers in Mechanical Engineering and Automotive Engineering. The knowledge and skills that the students acquire from the programme will enable them to participate in the job market as:

  1. Assistant Engineer
  2. Service Advisor
  3. Technical Assistant
  4. Quality Officer
  5. Assistant Service Officer
  6. Sales Executive
  7. Technical Instructor/ Lecturer
  8. Technical Specialist
  9. Workshop Supervisor
  10. Factory Supervisor
  11. Team Leader Service Advisor
  12. Service Assistant Manager
  13. Service Manager
  14. Entrepreneur 

Sistem Gred

Sistem penilaian Politeknik Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi adalah kaedah penilaian kuantitatif prestasi pelajar di dalam sesuatu program yang dikenali sebagai Sistem Nilaian Mata (SNM). Mengikut SNM, prestasi pelajar bagi sesuatu kursus adalah berdasarkan kepada Sistem Gred yang mana pencapaian pelajar dinilai menggunakan dua ukuran iaitu :

  • Purata Nilaian Mata (PNM) atau Grade Point Average (GPA)
  • Himpunan Purata Nilaian Mata (HPNM) atau Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA)

Markah yang diperolehi oleh pelajar di dalam sesuatu kursus akan diberi nilai mata dan gred mengikut kumpulan seperti di dalam jadual.

Markah

Nilai Mata

Gred

Status

90 – 100

4.00

A +

Sangat Cemerlang

80 – 89

3.67

A

Cemerlang

75 – 79

3.33

A -

Kepujian

70 – 74

3.00

B +

Kepujian

65 – 69

2.67

B

Kepujian

60 – 64

2.33

B -

Lulus

55 – 59

2.00

C +

Lulus

50 – 54

1.67

C

Lulus

47 – 49

1.33

C -

Lulus

44 – 46

1.00

D +

Lulus

40 – 43

0.67

D

Lulus

30 – 39

0.33

E

Gagal

20 – 29

0.00

E-

Gagal

0 - 19

0.00

F

Gagal

 

Pembelajaran Berasaskan Hasil (Outcome-Based Education - OBE)

Pembelajaran berasaskan hasil adalah penyataan yang menjelaskan apa yang pelajar harus tahu, faham dan boleh lakukan setelah selesai suatu tempoh pengajian. Pembelajaran berasaskan hasil merupakan rujukan bagi standard dan kualiti serta pembangunan kurikulum dari segi pembelajaran dan pengajaran, penetapan kredit dan penilaian pelajar. Kebaikan pembelajaran berasaskan hasil adalah penekanannya kepada pelajar dan pembelajaran (berpusatkan pelajar) serta pencapaiannya bukan semata-mata cara mencapainya. Justeru itu, kaedah pencapaian hasil pembelajaran tidak terhad kepada pendidikan formal sahaja dan terbuka kepada penaksiran Pengakreditan Pengalaman Pembelajaran Terkumpul ( Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning, APEL) yang diperoleh melalui pembelajaran formal dan tidak formal. Ia juga menyediakan para pelajar dengan pengalaman pembelajaran yang sesuai serta mempunyai tujuan dan peluang kepada para pelajar untuk mengasahkan bakat, mempunyai keyakinan diri, berdikari, berilmu, berkemahiran, menjadi bangsa yang kaya moraliti dan modal insan minda kelas pertama bertaraf dunia. 

 

 

Kredit ialah ukuran kuantitatif yang melambangkan volum pembelajaran atau beban pembelajaran untuk mencapai hasil pembelajaran tertentu. Beban pembelajaran ialah ukuran kuantitatif semua aktiviti pembelajaran yang diperlukan untuk mencapai satu set hasil pembelajaran. Aktiviti ini termasuklah kuliah, tutorial, seminar, praktikal, pembelajaran kendiri, pencarian maklumat, kajian, kerja lapangan serta persediaan dan menduduki peperiksaan. Di Malaysia, 40 jam pembelajaran nosional dinilai sebagai satu (1) kredit.

Sistem kredit dan beban pembelajaran ini telah juga diguna pakai dalam kerangka kelayakan England, Wales dan Northern Ireland serta Australia, New Zealand dan Eropah. Makna dan kefahaman yang sama membantu dalam perbandingan pelbagai kerangka kelayakan kebangsaan, memudahkan mobiliti pelajar, menyokong pembangunan kurikulum dan memudahkan pengiktirafan di peringkat antarabangsa.

 

Notes:

DK 1 : A descriptive, formula-based understanding of the natural sciences applicable in a sub-discipline

DK 2 : Procedural mathematics, numerical analysis, statistics applicable in a sub- discipline

DK 3 : A coherent procedural formulation of engineering fundamentals required in an accepted sub-discipline

DK 4 : Engineering specialist knowledge that provides the body of knowledge for an accepted sub-discipline

DK 5 : Knowledge that supports engineering design based on the techniques and procedures of a practice area

DK 6 : Codified practical engineering knowledge in recognised practice area.

DK 7 : Knowledge of issues and approaches in engineering technician practice: ethics, financial, cultural, environmental and sustainability impacts 

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