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  1. FINAL YEAR PROJECT KJC527/ECW511SEM: JAN – APRIL 2010 BY: NOORFAIZAH HAMZAH 012-6172738 COORDINATOR OF FYP FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA

  2. OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION • SYLLABUS • CO-PO MATRIX • LESSON PLAN • LEARNING OUTCOMES • COURSE ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION • FLOW CHART OF FYP • RESULTS FROM PREVIOUS SEMESTER • CONCLUSION AND ACTIONS

  3. COURSE OUTCOMES FOR ECW 511/KJC 527 CO1:Understand basic science and engineering fundamentals in order to undertake research design projects in the area of students interest relevant to Civil Engineering disciplines. CO2: Formulate problem statement for research and defend such statement. CO3: Function as an individual in carrying out experimental projects and methodology relevant for pursuing higher degrees of similar vocations that demands it. CO4: Produce report on the relevant work which has been carried out.

  4. PO FOR FYP PO2: Ability to communicate effectively, not only with engineers but also with the public. PO3: Ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems. PO7: Recognizing the need to undertake lifelong learning and possessing/acquiring the capacity to do so. PO8: Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data. P1O: Having technical competency and ability to specific Civil Engineering discipline

  5. CO-PO Matrix (ECW 511/KJC527)

  6. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

  7. MEETING DOCUMENT LESSON PLAN - LOGBOOK PROJECT TITLE: __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ LOGBOOK

  8. LOG BOOK SCHEDULE

  9. LEARNING OUTCOMES • The ability of student to formulate problem statement, research objectives and research design. • The ability of student in enhancing her/his critical thinking. • The ability of student to present and defend research findings. • The ability of student to write final report, technical paper and presentation.

  10. COURSE ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION Assessment by: • Supervisor (Continuous Assessment) (40%) • Faculty Panel I (30%) (Proposal & powerpoint presentation) • Faculty Panel II (30%) (Proposal & powerpoint presentation) Total = 100%

  11. FLOW CHART FOR FYP – JAN - APRIL 2010 BRIEFING TO STUDENTS BY PROJECT COORDINATOR 13 JANUARY 2010 TOPICS REGISTRATION BY STUDENTS (20 JAN 2010) Registration Form (FKAUiTM/FYP/2006/Bil.3) SIGNED BY SUPERVISOR AND SUBMIT AT LEVEL 7, FKA PROGRESS REPORT – MEETING DOCUMENTS Meeting Document Form (FKAUiTM/FYP/2006/Bil.5) – WEEKLY Lab and Computer Lab Registration Form (FKAUiTM/FYP/2006/Bil.4) AMENDMENT OF TOPIC (FKAUiTM/FYP/2006/Bil.15) SUBMISSION OF PROPOSAL PPT/REPORTS TO THE FACULTY 1 proposal/report (hardcopy) for supervisor & powerpoint presentation (2 hardcopies) for Faculty panels (31 MARCH 2010)

  12. UNDERGRADUATE SEMINAR–PARALLEL SESSIONS SEMINAR KJC 527/ECW 511 – 4 DIVISIONS (07 APRIL 2010) EVALUATION FROM SUPERVISOR AND PANELS EVALUATION FORM KJC 527/ECW 511(SUPERVISOR) EVALUATION FORM KJC 527/ECW511 (PANEL I & II) MAKE RELEVANT CORRECTIONS AND ADMENDMENTS TWO (2) WEEKS (21 APRIL 2010) To be continued in ECW 521 / KJC 537

  13. REMINDER: • Plagiarism must not allow in preparing report writing – students must cite the statements based on the original authors and include them in references follow the standard format. • References - any citations which make use of other people’s work, either in direct quotation or reference, must contain a bibliography listing together with the sources. • English Language – students must proofread their reports before submitting to the faculty. Supervisors will only concentrated on the flow of content and gist of research. • Format of Report – students must follow the standard format as outlined in the Manual “Student Project and Research Guidelines” • Presentation Day - STUDENT MUST BE EARLY (8.00AM OR 2.00PM) DURING YOUR SESSION TO UPLOAD YOUR PPT PRESENTATION READY IN THE COMPUTER (TEC ROOMS)

  14. FYP STUDENTS’ GUIDELINES & RESPONSIBILITIES • Research topic based on students’ interest and approved by the supervisors • Submit registration forms to Project Coordinator (1 copy –supervisor & 1 copy –self reference) • Plan the work properly and prepare work schedule for one year and follow the schedule properly to ensure project is completed within the time frame • Keep record on progress work using a logbook and supervisor endorse the meeting • Must meet supervisor regularly at least once a week so the progress is monitored closely • Prepare project proposal to supervisor and panels with presentation • Plan properly the experimental work to avoid congestion at the end of the semester • Minimize grammatical errors in the report • Submit final report to supervisor and panels one week before presentation session • Make necessary correction after presentation • Ready to face certain action from the faculty if fail to follow schedule and requirements of FYP • THE FACULTY WILL NOT ENTERTAIN ANY PETITION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME OF SUBMISSION/PRESENTATION

  15. CONCLUSION • The marks will be given by the supervisors and by Faculty Panel I and Faculty Panel II. • Student reports will be evaluated and corrected carefully based on precise content, words constructed, grammars and research outcomes. • Most of the students did not follow the standard format of writing reports such as references, labeling the figures, tables, graphs and poor writing skills. • To make sure the work are carried out properly, students must include their planning in the logbook and records progress work every week.

  16. CQI • Students must explain the results in simple and precise sentences along with Figures. Do not put the figures without explaining them in the texts. • Students must construct their own sentences rather than cut and paste from internets. • Students must relate their objectives in the conclusions and stated whether they achieved the objectives or not. • The written reports must be proofread before submitted to the faculty. • Information regarding FYP will be put on I-LEARN, notice board and buffer. • PLEASE BE ALERT AND PASS THE INFORMATION TO YOUR COLLEGUES

  17. ISSUES/PROBLEMS • Registration of topics (e-fyp and form- signature by supervisor) • Assignment of Supervisor • Format/Guidelines for Report – softcopy (Refer to current changes through information board) • Assessment by Supervisor • Assessment by Panels • Change of topic • Change of Supervisor • Submission of Report • Schedule of Presentation • Other matters

  18. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR ATTENTION Q & A SESSION