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DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (MANUFACTURING)
STUDENT STUDY GUIDE
VERSION 1.0
Employability Our Priority

DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (MANUFACTURING)
TABLE OF CONTENTS

CONTENT 1.0 INTRODUCTION 2.0 VISION AND MISSION 3.0 QUALITY POLICY 4.0 PBS QUALITY OBJECTIVES 5.0 ACADEMIC FLOW CHART
6.1 WHAT IS OUTCOME BASED EDUCATION [OBE] 6.2 ACCREDITATION PROCESS 6.3 HOW DOES OBE AFFECT TEACHING-LEARNING 6.4 EXPECTATIONS ON STUDENTS 6.5 DURATION STUDY. 7.0 PROGRAMME OVERVIEW 7.1 INTRODUCTION 7.2 SYNOPSIS 7.3 JOB PROSPECT 7.4 PROGRAMME AIM (PAI) 7.5 PROGRAMME EDUCATION OBJECTIVE (PEO) 7.6 PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES (PLO) 7.7 MATRIX OF PAI VS PLO 7.8 PROGRAMME STRUCTURE 7.9 PROGRAMME COURSES VS PLO 8.0 SYNOPSIS AND COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME (CLO) 9.0 POLYTECHNIC SITE MAP 10.0 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ACADEMIC STAFF EMAIL 2|Page

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1.0 INTRODUCTION

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2.0 VISION AND MISSION

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QUALITY POLICY

PBS is committed to ensuring the delivery of efficient and effective services to customers through teamwork, continuous review and improvement.

4.0 PBS QUALITY OBJECTIVES
Achieve the objectives of the six areas of excellence that has been set as follows:

 Meet the needs and expectations of customers in the service of a quality education and training in engineering and business
 Be prepared to give full commitment to reforms and improvements in the process of enhancing the quality system
 Cooperate in teamwork.
 Produce students who are balanced and harmonious, competent, responsible and able to contribute to society and country.

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5.0 ACADEMIC FLOW CHART
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6.0 OUTCOME-BASED EDUCATION [OBE]
Outcome-based education (OBE) is an educational model for students to demonstrate their knowledge and able to perform according to the required outcomes. It is a student-centred approach that focuses on students’ learning. It starts with a clear picture of what students should know, what they should be able to do, and what desirable attitudes and values needed to organize the curriculum, instruction, and assessment to ensure an ultimate learning (Spady,1994:1). Thus, OBE involves the restructuring of curriculum and assessment that reflects achievement of high learning order and mastery learning. OBE helps students to be aware of what they should learn, aware of what they are learning and the control over their own learning. It leads to successful student learning and encourages lecturers to be well prepared. It also provides students with appropriate, purposeful learning experiences and opportunities for students to develop originality, self-motivation and independence while acquiring useful knowledge and skills.
6.1 WHAT IS OUTCOME BASED EDUCATION [OBE]
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6.2 ACCREDITATION PROCESS 6.3 HOW DOES OBE AFFECT TEACHING-LEARNING.
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6.4 EXPECTATIONS ON STUDENTS

6.5 DURATION STUDY
For Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (Manufacturing) will be study from semester 1 until semester 6, its equivalence with 3 year and 95 credit hours. All students have to undergo 20 weeks of industrial training at semester 6.

COURSES CLASSIFICATION 1 Compulsory 2 Common Core 3 Discipline Core 4 Specialization 5 Elective 6 Industrial Training
Total credit

CREDIT 15 15 29 22 4 10 95

% 15.79 15.79 30.52 23.16 4.21 10.53 100%

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MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT
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7.0 PROGRAMME OVERVIEW
7.1 INTRODUCTION
For the past few decades, industries have evolved and progressed rapidly. The Ninth Malaysia Plan was drawn in response to the current global needs and to enable Malaysia stay competitive in the world market. Thus, to keep abreast with rapid technological advancements and evolving requirements in industries today, Department of Polytechnic Education (DPE) constantly collaborates with major industry players in the country in developing the respective curriculum. One of the most important factors towards the growth of productivity is by having a qualified and talented manpower in order for the industry to develop and remain competitive in the world market. This is equally true in industries where there is a rapidly growing demand for highly competent and technically savvy workforce. The activities of many industries require increasingly competent technician in engineering field, particularly in mechanical engineering and manufacturing. In response to these issues, Curriculum Development and Evaluation Division of the Department of Polytechnic Education has developed and introduced Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (Manufacturing) for polytechnic. This programme aims to prepare students with knowledge, skills and abilities necessary in the manufacturing industries. To ensure the curriculum content fulfils the industrial requirements, several key players from related industries have been involved in the curriculum development process. Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (Manufacturing) for polytechnic is developed to give balanced emphasis on theoretical and practical aspects. The programme will take six semesters to complete, relatively three academic semesters at their respective polytechnics and one semester of industrial training at relevant industries during the fourth semester. Students are required to return to their respective institutions for the completion of the programme in the fifth and sixth semester.
7.2 SYNOPSIS
Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (Manufacturing) Programme is designed as a part of mechanical engineering discipline focusing in manufacturing field. The core discipline courses include Engineering Drawing, Computer Aided Design, and Electrical Technology enhances the student knowledge and capabilities. In order to enrich student manufacturing knowledge, the specialized courses such as Manufacturing System, Manufacturing Workshop Practice, Computer Aided Manufacturing Design, Industrial Robotics, Manufacturing Control, Quality Control, Jigs, Fixtures & Tooling Design, Material Technology and Manufacturing Economy are introduced.
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