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CONTENT

1.0

INTRODUCTION

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2.0

DEFINITION

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3.0

STUDY COMPONENT

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3.1 Compulsory Module

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3.2 Core Modules

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3.3 Industrial Training

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4.0

COMMON SKILLS

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5.0

DURATION OF STUDY

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6.0

ACADEMIC CALENDAR

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7.0

REGISTRATION

7.1 Programme Registration

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7.2 Course Registration

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7.3 Course Deferment

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7.4 Course Drop

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7.5 Course Withdrawal

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7.6 Credit Transfer

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8.0

CREDIT REQUIREMENT

 

8.1 Credit

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8.2 Credit Honor

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8.3 Fail Grades Credit/Requisites

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9.0

EXTENSION OF STUDIES

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10.0

LEAVE STATUS

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11.0

ATTENDANCE

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12.0

EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT SYSTEM

12.1 Evaluation

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12.2 Assessment System

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12.3 Re-assessment

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12.4 Attendance Of Assessments And Final Examination

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12.5 Cheating Or Copying During Assessments/Final Examination

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12.6 Special Assessment

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12.7 Permission To Sit For Final Examination

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12.8 Examination Results

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12.9 Appeal And Re-Evaluation Of Grades

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12.10

SOP for Late Submission of Assignment

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13.0

GRADING SYSTEM

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14.0

ACADEMIC STATUS

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15.0

AWARDING OF DIPLOMA

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16.0

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

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16.1 Platinum Award

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16.2 Gold Award

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16.3 Dean’s Award

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17.0

SCROLL

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18.0

REPLACEMENT OF CERTIFICATE APPENDIX 1: LIST OF PAYMENT RATE APPENDIX 2: GPA AND CGPA CALCULATION APPENDIX 3: COURSE REGISTRATION FORM APPENDIX 4: COURSE DROP FORM APPENDIX 5: RETEST FORM APPENDIX 6: COURSE REPEAT/ RESIT FORM APPENDIX 7: REEVALUATION FORM

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APPENDIX 8: CERTIFICATION ENDORSEMENT LETTER (SAMPLE) - 36 -

APPENDIX 9: ACADEMIC WARNING LETTER (SAMPLE) APPENDIX 10: TRAINING TESTIMONIAL LETTER (SAMPLE) APPENDIX 11: DEFERMENT APPLICATION FORM APPENDIX 12: STUDENT WITHDRAWAL FORM (SAMPLE) APPENDIX 13: STUDENT VERIFICATION LETTER APPENDIX 14: SCROLL REPLACEMENT APPLICATION FORM

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i.

PREFACE

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

Welcome to Kolej Kemahiran Tinggi MARA Petaling Jaya.

To contribute to the attainment of Vision 2020, we have a clear mission – to lead

technical and vocational education in the global human capital with integrity,

competence and innovation and become technoprenuers. Our aim is to see that you

are well educated in addition to be well trained.

The course you study, the qualifications you gain, and the interests you pursue

during your stay here will all have a profound bearing on your career in particular and

on your future as a whole. The real world which is your career that you will enter

when you leave KKTM will be a highly competitive one and of rapid change. We

therefore aim to make you both self-confident and flexible so that you are able to

realize your true potential.

In the era of globalization, MARA has introduced its own transformation program in

education as to cope with the demand from the industry. MARA educational

transformation program is implemented through academic educational approach

from which it focuses in producing leaders in public and private sectors,

entreprenuership as well as to produce excelent graduates. KKTM in particular, will

continue to use its technical and vocational approach in producing global competent

technologist, technoprenuers and specialists in technical field.

At KKTM you will find there are plenty of ‘hands on’ experience in computing in most

of our subjects and also a considerable input of management skills which will put you

in a good stead in the outside world. Above all, I hope you will understand the

responsibility we feel to our students, and the wholehearted commitment we make to

ensure you will have the best possible opportunity to realize your potential in the new

millennium.

Director Kolej Kemahiran Tinggi MARA Petaling Jaya.

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KOLEJ KEMAHIRAN TINGGI MARA PETALING JAYA ACADEMIC RULES & REGULATIONS

1.0 INTRODUCTION

1.1 This rule is known as Academic Rules and Regulation for Diploma

programme.

1.2 This rule is used to the studies programme that leads to the Diploma

award from the Pearson International, United Kingdom.

1.3 This Academic Rules and Regulation is in order to standardized and to

manage all the academic issues in Diploma Programme and related.

1.4 BKT Senate has the authority to do amendment from time to

Only

time.

1.5 This rules must be read with the Industrial Training Manual Edition

2012 (Manual Latihan Industri Edisi 2012) and Common Skills

Handbook. Any rules that dissent the latest edition on the date it is

published will be used.

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2.0

DEFINITION

“BKT”

Bahagian Kemahiran dan Teknikal.

“KKTM”

Kolej Kemahiran Tinggi MARA.

“Programme”

A programme of study offered in KKTM.

“Course” A component of curriculum in the

programme. A person who is appointed and given the responsibility for managing and coordinating a programme in KKTM. A person who is appointed and given the

“Head of Programme”

“Head of Department”

responsibility for managing and coordinating a department in KKTM. “ BKT Senate” A highest committee in BKT which

responsible in education affairs. “KKTM Senate” A highest committee in KKTM which responsible in academic affairs.

“Academic Committee”

“Academic Advisor”

“Disciplinary Board”

“Senior Student”

“UPP”

“SPPP”

A committee that is responsible of academic affairs in KKTM. A person who is appointed and given the responsibilities to guide and advise the students academically as well as to become a mentor to the students. A committee that is responsible of students’ discipline according to rules and regulations enforced and namely/known as ‘Jawatankuasa Tatatertib’. Student who has studied at least one (1) semester in KKTM. Unit Penilaian & Persijilan or Examination Unit is responsible in managing issues related to assessment and certification in KKTM. Sistem Penilaian Prestasi Pelajar.

Unit is responsible in managing issues related to assessment and certification in KKTM. Sistem Penilaian Prestasi
Unit is responsible in managing issues related to assessment and certification in KKTM. Sistem Penilaian Prestasi
Unit is responsible in managing issues related to assessment and certification in KKTM. Sistem Penilaian Prestasi
Unit is responsible in managing issues related to assessment and certification in KKTM. Sistem Penilaian Prestasi
Unit is responsible in managing issues related to assessment and certification in KKTM. Sistem Penilaian Prestasi

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An award from Pearson International to

the students who have finished their

studies and fulfil all the programme

requirements.

“GPA” GPA (Grade Point Average) obtained by

“ Diploma ”

the students in one particular semester.

“CGPA”

CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average)

obtained by the students for all semester

followed.

“Credit”

The value assigned to each course

depending upon the lenght of time it

meets per week per semester.

“Total Credit”

Credits earned that are used to determine

“Calculative Credit”

“Credit Obtained”

a student’s semester classification.

Credit being used to calculate a student’s

GPA and CGPA.

Credit gained for all pass courses as a

prerequisite to graduate.

“Grade”

Level of achievement in a form of alphabet

for a course which is registered.

”Point ”

The value attached to each course.

“Value “

Point given according to grade.

“Achievement Result”

Details of the academic achievement for

every semester.

“Transcript”

Academic

achievement

result

for

all

semesters.

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3.0

STUDY COMPONENT.

Students who follow a programme in KKTM need to follow each study component which has been fixed as requirements to fulfill the pre-requisite award. These study components are:

3.1 Compulsory Module

Compulsory

module

consists

of

general

courses

related

to

National

Requirement,

Higher

Education

Provider

Requirement

and

Personal

Development.

3.2 Core Modules

3.2.1 Disipline Core

Discipline Core is the main component consists of core technical and general technical for the particular programme.

3.2.2 Common Core

Common Core is a supporting component which is compulsory in one particular programme.

3.3 Industrial Training

Industrial Training is a training where students are given exposure to the

real working environment whether in government agency or private which

is related a certain period of time. Only those who have passed all

courses are allowed to undergo their Industrial Training.

(Refer Industrial Training Manual 2012 Edition).

4.0 COMMON SKILLS/SOFT SKILLS

Common skills are components adopted/absorbed and evaluated continuosly

during the study period.

(Refer Common Skills Handbook and Student Soft Skills Assessment

System Handbook).

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5.0

DURATION OF STUDY

The study duration is three (3) years or six (6) semesters according to what

have been stated in that particular programme but in certain cases the student

is allowed to extend his studies until a maximum of four (4) years or eight (8)

semesters.

6.0 ACADEMIC CALENDAR

KKTM academic calendar is made up of two academic sessions namely

January–June Session and July–December Session. The activity scheduled is

shown in Table 1.

WEEK

ACTIVITY

1

 

2

3

Class

4

(7 Weeks)

5

6

7

8

Assessment 1

9

Class

10

(2 Weeks)

11

*Activity Week

12

Class (2 Weeks)

13

14

Assessment 2

15

Class

16

(3 Weeks)

17

18

Enhancement Week

19

Study Week

20

Final Exam

21

(3 Weeks)

22

23

Retest Week

24

Semester Break (3 Weeks)

25

26

 

*Subject to change

Table 1: Academic Calendar

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7.0 REGISTRATION

7.1 Programme Registration

7.1.1 Students are made compulsory to promptly register for their programme offered by the BKT as scheduled.

7.1.2 Programme registration for senior students is compulsory right after the semester starts or on the date that has been fixed. Late registration will be penalized. (Refer Appendix 1: Payment Rate Table).

7.1.3 Senior students who failed to resume their studies because of study extension or any valid reasons allowed by the KKTM must register again on the first week of the session starts.

7.1.4 Students who did not register the program two (2) weeks after the final date of registration will be referred to Disciplinary Board.

7.1.5 Students are required to settle all the outstanding balance for their fees before they are allowed to register.

7.2 Course Registration

7.2.1 Students must enroll for each course offered in each session.

7.2.2 Course registration must be made before the dateline of the designated week with the approval from Head of Department/Head of Program.

7.2.3 Any late course registration application from the stipulated date without any valid reason accepted by the Academic Committee will be charged/fined (Refer Appendix 1 : Payment Rate Table).

7.2.4 Students who did not register for the course two (2) weeks after the dateline can be referred to Disciplinary Board

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7.3

Course Deferment

7.3.1 Head of Department/Programme can apply for the course extension with valid reasons.

7.3.2 Application for course extension must get the verification from the Academic Committee and approval from KKTM Director with the acknowledgement of BKT.

7.3.3 Approval of extension will only be valid for the semester applied.

7.3.4 Students who extend their studies do not have to register their courses.

7.3.5 Course extension is only allowed not later than the third (3 rd ) week of the studies.

7.4 Course Drop

7.4.1 Students may drop the registered course with the consent of Academic Advisor as well as the approval from Head of Programmes/ Head of Department not later than four (4) weeks after the semester starts.

7.4.2 Only two (2) courses are allowed to be dropped for each semester. The status for the course dropped will not be registered in that particular semester.

7.4.3 Students are required to PASS pre-requisite course before they are allowed to register for following courses (subject to any pre- requisite courses).

7.5 Course Withdrawal

7.5.1 Students can withdraw from the registered course with the consent from the Academic Advisor as well as the approval from Deputy Director of Academic Affairs not later than twelth (12) week.

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7.5.2

WD grade will be awarded in the result slip for that particular course.

7.6 Credit Transfer

7.6.1 Students can apply for credit transfer in the beginning of the semester which is one (1) week after programme registration.

7.6.2 Application for credit transfer can be accepted from the students who do not graduate from any accredited institution.

7.6.3 KKTM Academic Committee has to approve the application for the credit transfer. (Refer the Credit Transfer Guideline).

7.6.4 Credit transfer is only allowed at the same level of studies.

7.6.5 Credit transfer is only allowed for students who fulfil the enrollment requirements and accepted by the BKT.

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8

CREDIT REQUIREMENTS

8.1 Credit

Credit is a unit given for one particular course. Credit means a given

statement/reference/endorsement which is compatible with the learning

process that each student has undergone throughout their studies.

Generally (according to MQA justification), a student who has gone

through 40 hours of learning process in one particular semester from

which it is compatible with the program learning outcome will be

awarded one (1) credit. Each course has its own credit as stated in the

Student Handbook that has been approved by the PTV-BKT Technical

Committee. Total credit required as in Table 2.

(Refer Curriculum Development Policy Handbook)

LEVEL

MINIMUM CREDIT

MAXIMUM

SEMESTER

DIPLOMA

90

8

Table 2: Credit required

8.2 Credit Honor

8.2.1 Credit honor for each course is counted based on Student

Learning Time (SLT) divided by National Standard.

Credit = Total SLT / 40

8.2.2 SLT includes the official meeting total hours (Face-to-Face,

FTF) learning time, total of individual learning, (Independent

Learning Time, ILT) and learning hours for academic activities

after learning week which is out of official contact hours

(Others,O).

SLT=FTF + ILT + Others

8.3 Fail Grades Credit/Requisites

8.3.1 Students who failed a course are required to repeat the course

in the next semester and must meet the duration of studies.

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8.3.2

Final grade points earned from the course repeated will be taken into consideration for the purpose of GPA and CGPA calculation.

9 EXTENSION OF STUDIES

9.1 Students can apply for the extension with a valid reason with the consideration and approval from KKTM’s Director with the acknowledgement of BKT’s Director. Extension is only allowed not more than two (2) semesters.

9.2 If the students need more than two (2) semesters extension, it is up to the consideration and approval from BKT’s Director. The maximum extension of studies should not exceed four (4) semesters.

9.3 Duration of semester extension will be calculated in the total duration of semester.

10 LEAVE STATUS

10.1 Students who obtained Leave (L) Status are not allowed to appeal / apply for the same study program.

10.2 Leave (L) status students can only apply for other study program six (6) months after the Leave (L) Status obtained.

11 ATTENDANCE

11.1 It is compulsory for students to attend every class for particular courses that registered.

a. Lecturer is responsible to take the attendance for each student in each class held.

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b. WD grade will be given to students who are absent with valid reason

such as sickness, approved leave etc.

c. WX grade will be given to students who are absent

reason.

without

valid

d. Students who are absent without valid reason for more than 10% of the

semester class hours for each course also can be barred from taking

further assessments for that course by Head of Programme.

e. Students who wish to appeal against the decision should submit a

Letter of Appeal to Deputy Director (Academic Affairs) one (1) week

before the assessment date.

f. WD dan WX grade will be given in the case of attendance as in Table

3.

Item

Condition

Grade

Awarded

Extra Condition

Approved

Leave

Attendance < 80%

WD

-None-

Leave without

approval

Attendance < 90 %

WX

-None-

Approved

Leave

+

Leave without

approval

Attendance < 80%

WD

Leave without

approval not

exceed 10%

Table 3: Grade Awarded According to Attendance Condition

11.2

Any students who are unable to attend class with the consent of

KKTM/IKM Director for more than 20% or in four (4) consecutive

weeks (whichever is lower) have to get the approval from BKT Senate.

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12

EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT SYSTEM

12.1 Evaluation

12.1.1 All evaluations for each course are periodically made and on

going for each semester.

12.1.2 Evaluation for each course is based on the latest syllabus

approved by BKT and consists of on-going evaluation and final

examination as shown in Table 4.

PROGRAMME

Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND Diploma in

Electronic Engineering (QCF)

EVALUATION

Assessment 1 Assessment 2 Integrated Assessment Final Examination

Assessment 1 Assessment 2 Integrated Assessment Final Examination

Table 4: Evaluation

12.1.3 On-going evaluations (Assessment 1 and 2) are implemented

before the final examination such as theoritical test, practical

test, oral test, quiz, assignment, project, presentation and

others. Students must sit for all on-going evaluations stated.

12.1.4 Final examination either theoretical or practical will be taken by

the student at the end of semester.

12.1.5 All evaluations are based on the assessment criteria set by

Pearson International or BKT or KKTM.

12.2 Assessment System

12.2.1 Each assessment is graded as ‘Distinction’, ‘Merit’, ‘Pass’ or

‘Refer’/’Fail’ based on the grading criteria set.

12.2.2 All assessment criterias must be achieved in order to get at

least the Pass status.

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12.2.3 If one particular assessment criteria is not achieved, the student will be re-assessed only on that particular criterion.

12.3

Re-assessment

12.3.1 Resubmission:

- Resubmission can only be authorized by the Lead Internal Verifier/ Head of Programme if all the following conditions are met:

The learner has met initial deadlines set in the assignment, or has met an agreed deadline extension.

The tutor judges that the learner will be able to provide improved evidence without further guidance.

The assessor has authenticated the evidence submitted for assessment and the evidence is accompanied by a signed-and-date declaration of authenticity by the learner.

- If the Lead Internal Verifier/Head of Programme does authorize a resubmission, it must be a:

Recorded on the assessment form

Given a deadline for resubmission within 10 working days of the learner receiving the results of the assessment.

Undertaken by the learner with no further guidance.

12.3.2 Retake:

- If a learner has met all the conditions listed in resubmission but still not achieved the targeted pass criteria following resubmission of an assignment, the Lead Internal Verifier/Head of Programme may authorize one retake opportunity to meet the required pass criteria.

- The Lead Internal Verifier/Head of Programme must only authorize a retake in exceptional circumstances where they believe it is necessary, appropriate and fair to do so.

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The retake must be a new task or assignment targeted only to the pass criteria which were not achieved in the original assignment.

The assessor cannot award a merit or distinction grade for a retake.

The assessor must agree and record a clear deadline before the learner starts a retake.

The learner and the assessor must sign declarations of authentication as they both did for the previous submissions.

The learner will not be allowed any further resubmissions or retakes.

Standards Verifier will require you to include evidence of any retakes in sampling.

12.3.3 Students who submit late assignment will be given a Refer/Fail grade and will be re-assessed.

12.3.4 Students who fail all assessments in a course need to carry the course to the next semester and need to meet the class attendance. Students have to be re-assessed in all assessments and the grade follows the normal grading system.

12.3.5 Students, who fail one or two assessments in a course need to carry the course to the next semester but need not meet the class attendance. Students have to be re-assessed on those learning outcome criterions that are failed and the grade follows the normal grading system.

12.3.6 A fee must be paid before any re-assessment (Refer Appendix 1: Payment Rate Table)

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12.4

Attendance of Assessments and Final Examination

12.4.1 Students who are unable to sit for an assessment with valid reasons (e.g. medical leave from government hospitals/clinics, urgent family matters etc.) have to get the approval of the Deputy Director of Academic Affairs before the assessment.

12.4.2 Students who are absent with valid reasons for an assessment are allowed to take the assessment later. The grading follows the normal grading system.

12.4.3 Students who are absent or late more than 30 minutes without valid reason for an assessment will get Fail or Refer status and not allowed to enter examination hall/room/lab. Students must sit for re-assessment and can only obtain a Pass grade for the assessment.

12.4.4 Students who are late without valid reason more than 30 minutes for final examination are not allowed to enter examination hall/room. Students will be given WX grade.

12.5 Cheating or Copying During Assessments/Final Examination

12.5.1 Cheating or copying during assessment/final examination refers to an act which can be classified as stated below:

a) Bring any written or printed materials, any object or equipment in or out of the examination hall without the approval/permission from the chief invigilator.

b) Giving or accepting any written and printed materials or any prohibited object or equipment during the examination/assessment without the approval/permission from the chief invigilator.

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c)

of

cheating/copying during the examination/assessment or plagiarized any assignment from others.

Act

in

any

ways

which

is

considered

as

an

act

12.5.2 All cheating and copying cases need to be proven with reliable evidence and acknowledged by the Chief Invigilator or Head of Department/Programme to KKTM/IKM Senate.

12.5.3 Students who are caught cheating/copying in an assessment/examination or plagiarized others assignment or work by the KKTM/IKM Senate will be given CX grade and required to repeat the course by paying the Repeat Fail Course fees. (Refer Appendix 1: List of Payment Rate)

12.5.4 For students who are caught cheating for second time during assessment/examination or plagiarized others assignment or work will be dismissed from their study program and pay the compensation.

12.6 Special Assessment

12.6.1 Special assessment is an assessment that is taken by certain students based on the following circumstances:-

a) Students who do not attend the final examination because of illness certified by the Medical Officer from general hospital or certified health center.

Grade obtained for the students in this category is depending on the grade achieved by the students based on their on-going assessment.

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OR

b) Students who do not fulfill the requirements to undergo the industrial training and failed only one (1) course/subject (except for WX gred) with a condition that the students had taken the course/subject prior to their industrial training.

c) Special examination must be conducted four (4) weeks after the committee sits for BKT Senate meeting.

d) Students in this category can only obtain a minimum pass grade based on the course/subject and must be approved by KKTM Senate.

12.6.2. KKTM needs to get the approval from the BKT Senate Committee.

12.7 Permission To Sit For Final Examination

12.7.1 Students will receive ‘Examination Slip’ from UPP before the final semester examination begins.

12.7.2 Failure to bring the Examination Slip to the hall/examination room can cause the students to be disallowed from taking the examination. (Refer Examination Rules and Guidance).

12.7.3 Students are required to settle the outstanding balance of their fees before they are allowed to register for the next semester. (Refer Examination Guidelines)

12.8 Examination Results

12.8.1 Result will be given in the form of achievement slip that states the overall academic achievement record by UPP.

12.8.2 Achievement slip will be distributed on the first week in the next session.

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12.8.3

Transcripts will only be given to the graduated students.

12.9 Appeal And Re-Evaluation Of Grades

12.9.1 Students can appeal for their final examination answer scripts to be reviewed and reevaluated after submitting a completed form A certain fee is applied ( Refer Appendix 1: Payment Rate Table)

12.9.2 Appeal for re-evaluation can only be done within two (2) weeks after a session begins.

12.9.3 The result of appeal will be endorsed by BKT Senate and the decision is final.

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12.10 Standard Of Procedure for Late Submission of Assignment

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START
START
Warning Letter

Warning Letter

Warning Letter
Warning Letter

Yes

START Warning Letter Yes Checked assignment No Status letter for WA/Fail Assessment Criteria END Late submission

Checked

assignment

START Warning Letter Yes Checked assignment No Status letter for WA/Fail Assessment Criteria END Late submission

No

Status letter for WA/Fail Assessment Criteria

Status letter for WA/Fail Assessment Criteria

Status letter for WA/Fail Assessment Criteria
Status letter for WA/Fail Assessment Criteria
END
END

Late submission seven (7) days after the dateline

Released and endorsed by the lecturer

Students are given three (3) days letter including non working days to submit the assignment from the date they receive the warning

Released by lecturer and endorsed by Head of Depatment/Programme

13 GRADING SYSTEM

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13.1

Grades given to one particular course refered to the course component itself where the courses under Technical component are based on Pearson International Grades whereas the Common Core components are based on the grades from the BKT.

13.2 Course Grading

13.2.1 Each course is also graded as ‘Distinction’, ‘Merit’, ‘Pass’ or ‘Refer’/’Fail’ based on the formula set.

13.2.2 A student must attempt all assessments before being deemed to have passed a course.

13.2.3 Students are required to pass each assessment for all Discipline Core and Common Core courses.

13.3 The Grade System is stated in Table 5.

Pearson System

BKT System

Pointer

Status

Assessment

Grade

Assessment

Grade

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Score

 

Score

     

M1M2M3 &

         

D1D2D3

D

85 – 100

A

4.0

Pass

M1M2M3 & any two D’s

M

80

– 84

A-

3.7

Pass

M1M2M3 &

         

any 1D

M

75

– 79

B+

3.3

Pass

M1M2M3

M

70

– 74

B

3.0

Pass

Any 2 M’s

P

65

– 69

B-

2.7

Pass

Any 1 M

P

60

– 64

C+

2.3

Pass

Meet all PASS criterias

P

50

– 59

C

2.0

Pass

Does not meet 25% PASS criteria

REFER

45

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D+

1.3

Fail

Does not meet 25% < x ≤ 30% PASS criteria

REFER

40

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D

1.0

Fail

Does not meet >30% PASS criteria

REFER

< 40

F

0.0

Fail

Note : D – Distinction, M – Merit, P – Pass.

Table 5: Grading System

13.4 Students are also eligible to be awarded grades for certain cases as stated in Table 6:

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GRADE

 

CASE

WD

Withdraw with permission. Grade will be given to the course if student withdraw with permission. (Not included into the GPA and CGPA calculation).

 

Withdraw without permission. Grade will be given to the student, if the student withdraws without permission, disallowed or being canceled to sit the exam. The remarks in the computerized application system (SPPP) are as follow:

WX

“AX” - Status stated in the system for the student who is absent and didn’t sit for the final exam. “BA” - Status given to the student who did not meet the requirement of attendance for the course without a final exam.

“BX” -

Status given to the student, if he/she was barred from taking the final exam because of the attendance.

“CX” -

Status given to the student cheating or copying.

who is caught

”DX” - Status given to the student who failed the critical test (Included in GPA and CGPA calculation).

WA

Grade will be given to the student, who didn’t submit/sit on-going assessment if the total marks exceeded 50% or grade C. (Not included in GPA and CGPA calculation).

Table 6: Others Grading System

14 ACADEMIC STATUS

14.1 Each student will be awarded the status ‘Pass’, ‘Refer’, ‘Repeat’ or

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‘Leave’, based on the number of courses pass.

14.2 The students who pass all courses, will be awarded ‘Pass’ status and

be allowed to proceed to the next semester.

14.3 The students who fail less than two (2) courses will be awarded ‘Refer’

status. Students are allowed to proceed to the next semester but need

to carry the failed course. A maximum of two (2) courses are allowed to

be carried during each semester.

14.4 The students who fail three (3) or more courses and GPA 1.00 will

be awarded ‘Repeat’ status. Students are not allowed to proceed to the

next semester and need to repeat the failed courses. A student can

only repeat once for each semester.

14.5 The students who fail three (3) or more courses with GPA < 1.00 and

CGPA 2.00 will also be awarded the ‘Repeat’ status.

14.6 The students, who achieved ‘Repeat’ status for three (3) times

consecutively, automatically will be terminated from the programme.

14.7 The students who fail three (3) or more courses with a GPA < 1.00 and

CGPA < 2.00 will be awarded ‘Leave’ status and terminated from the

programme. Students are not allowed to register with the college again.

14.8 Students need to pass any failed courses within three (3) years upon

registration with Pearson International.

14.9 The summary of academic status based on total credits accumulation is shown in Table 7.

Pearson International. 14.9 The summary of academic status based on total credits accumulation is shown in
Pearson International. 14.9 The summary of academic status based on total credits accumulation is shown in
Pearson International. 14.9 The summary of academic status based on total credits accumulation is shown in

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Course Condition

GPA/CGPA

Academic Status

Pass all courses

CGPA

2.00

PASS

Refer 1 or 2 courses

CGPA

2.00

REFER

Refer 3 or more courses

GPA 1.70 or CGPA 2.00

REPEAT

Refer 3 or more courses

GPA < 1.00 or CGPA < 1.70

LEAVE

Note: Example of GPA dan CGPA calculation as in Appendix 2.

15 AWARDING OF DIPLOMA

Table 7: Academic Status

15.1 Students must achieve CGPA 2.00 in the final semester and Pass all

courses.

15.2 Students must clear any failed courses to be eligible for the award of

the Diploma, within four (4) years maximum from the end of study

duration date.

15.3 Students also must Pass all Common Skills and Industrial Training

before being awarded the Diploma. Otherwise, students will obtain only

Cerficate of Achievement.

15.4 Students must achieve credit in Bahasa Melayu at SPM/SPM(V) level.

16 ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

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Grade point average system gives special recognition to students that achieved academic excellent.

16.1 Platinum Award

16.1.1 Platinum Award is given to final semester student only who achieve Grade Point Average GPA 3.50 or above in every semester.

16.1.2 Special certificate will be given to this award.

16.2 Gold Award

16.2.1 Gold Award is given to final semester student only who achieve Cummulative Grade Point Average CGPA 3.50 or above.

16.2.2 Special certificate will be given to this award.

16.3 Dean’s Award

16.3.1 Dean’s Award is given to the students who achieve the highest performance with GPA 3.50 in the particular semester.

16.3.2 Special certificate will be given to this award.

17 SCROLL

17.1 Achievement slip and transcript will be produced by KKTM’s UPP.

17.2 Scroll of diploma will be produced by Pearson International, United Kingdom.

18 REPLACEMENT OF CERTIFICATE

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18.1

Application for the scroll/transcript/achievement slip replacement must be made by the students to the KKTM’s Director.

18.2 Applications 17.1 must be attached with the relevant documents such as:

i. Damaged scroll and transcript achievement.

ii. Police report (for lost cases only)

iii. Copy of payment receipt

iv. Payment rate as in Appendix 1

18.3 A nominal fee will be charged as in Table 8.

DOCUMENT

RATE

AUTHORITY

CONCERNED

HND Diploma Scroll

£ 37*

Pearson

Transcript or Achievement Slip

RM 30

UPP KKTM

Subsequent Transcript or Achievement Slip

RM 50

UPP KKTM

*Subject to annual review services fee

Table 8: Rate of Replacement Certificate

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Appendix 1

LIST OF PAYMENT RATE

STATUS

 

PAYMENT RATE*

Late Course Registration

 

RM 30 per course

 

First Week

RM 50

– – RM 100

Late Programme Registration

Second week

Continuous Week

– Restricted to Student

 

Disciplinary Rules and Regulations

Change of Industrial Training (without permission)

 

RM 100

Repeat Industrial Training (Disciplinary Board)

 

RM 200

Repeat Fail Course (F and WA) Special Assessment

 

RM 30 per course

Repeat Fail course (WX)

 

RM 50 per course

Repeat Fail Course (Cheating or Copying) – (CX)

 

RM 100 per course

Repeat Fail Assessment (Retest)

 

RM5

Appeal of Reevaluation of Grades

 

RM 50

Special examination – to repeat fail courses, WA and grade improvement

 

RM 30 per course

*The payment rate above is subject to change

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Appendix 2

GPA AND CGPA CALCULATION

GPA is a sum of credit multiply by point and divided with all the credits for the current semester.

and divided with all the credits for the current semester. CGPA is a sum of credit

CGPA is a sum of credit multiply by point for all courses taken divided with sum of for all semesters.

by point for all courses taken divided with sum of for all semesters. Where s =

Where

s

= semester

n

= 1,2,3,4

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Appendix 3 SPA 1
Appendix 3
SPA 1

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SPA 2
SPA 2

Appendix 4

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Appendix 5

Appendix 5 RETEST FORM PART A : STUDENT INFORMATION NAME : STUDENT ID : ASSESSMENT NO

RETEST FORM

PART A : STUDENT INFORMATION

NAME : STUDENT ID : ASSESSMENT NO : SEMESTER : SESSION : NO CODE COURSE
NAME
:
STUDENT ID
:
ASSESSMENT NO
:
SEMESTER
:
SESSION
:
NO
CODE
COURSE
LECTURER’S
NOTE
SIGNATURE
Notes:

1. RM 5 will be charged for each course.

2. Payment can be made at the Administrative Office.

3. Please show your Receipt of Payment during the retest. Students who fail to do so are not

allowed to sit for the retest. I would like to sit for the retest for the course(s) stated above and with this I include RM

for the payment.

Student’s signature

Date

I include RM for the payment. Student’s signature Date PART B: TO BE FILLED BY FINANCE

PART B: TO BE FILLED BY FINANCE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

I hereby confirm that I received payment RM

for the retest purpose.

RECEIPT NO

:

PAYEE:

I/C NO

:

Recipient Name & Signature

Date

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Appendix 6 SPA 3
Appendix 6
SPA 3

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Appendix 7 SPA 4
Appendix 7
SPA 4

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Appendix 8 SPA 5
Appendix 8
SPA 5

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Appendix 9 SPA 6 - 40 -

Appendix 9

SPA 6

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Appendix 10 SPA 7
Appendix 10
SPA 7

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Appendix 11 SPA 8
Appendix 11
SPA 8

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Appendix 12 SPA 10
Appendix 12
SPA 10

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Appendix 13 SPA 11
Appendix 13
SPA 11

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Appendix 14 SPA 12
Appendix 14
SPA 12

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