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INTRA Leadership Program

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27/02/2017.Students need to undergo the industrial training as required by the university. The objectives of the InTra Workshop are for give guidelines for the students about the new organizations that required various skills among their industrial training soon. This programme is one of the programmes Rakan Pendamping Siswa 7 Pillars that need to be follow by all the UniMAP’s students before graduated.

InTra Worskhop is organized by Centre for Industrial and Governmental Collaboration (CIGC) and any PtJ that involved students of Engineering (Year 3), IKOM (Year 3) and Business (Year 1 & Year 2) which will have their industrial training for this upcoming semester break.

Through this programme, all the students are placed in the industries/companies based on their field course within 10 weeks till 12 weeks.

The objectives of this programme are to create great graduates which have high communication skills, tolerations, and able to take challenges. Second, to build teamwork in students spirit. Third, to increase confident level of the students so that they will be able to face all the possibilities that they will have in the future.

This programme was held on 7th January, 25-26th February 2017 at Dewan Kuliah 1,4 & 5 Pauh Putra by involved all the third year Engineering students, third year IKOM students and the first and second year of Business that will have their industrial training on the 2016//2017 session.

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Centre for Industrial & Governmental Collaboration (CIGC)
Universiti Malaysia Perlis
Level 2, Bangunan Pentadbiran Pusat Kejuruteraan dan Inovasi
Kampus Tetap Unimap Pauh Putra,
02600 Arau, Perlis
Office: +604 - 988 5722
Fax: +604 - 988 5723
Email: dir_cic@unimap.edu.my

 
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