Evaluation Guideline


INTRODUCTION

At the end of industrial training period, students will be assessed to determine their grade. The grade will be based on marks acquired from all evaluation methods and the minimum passing percentage is 45%. Fail grade will also be given  to  those who  fail  to  submit  the  industrial  training  full  report  or  turn  up  for presentation.

EVALUATION METHODES

Students will be evaluated base on the following schemes:

Industry supervisor’s assessment report (20%)

The host supervisor is responsible to assess the student’s performance using “Student Evaluation Form“

Institution supervisor’s assessment report (10%)

The assigned supervisor (lecturer) is responsible to assess the student’s performance.

Industrial training’s report prepared by student, including logbook (50%)

The assigned supervisor is also responsible to assess the student’s performance based on the logbook and the industrial training full report submitted to him/her.

Student’s presentation (20%)

The   student’s   presentation   will   be   assessed   by   supervisor   assigned   by   the committee. Each student will be given ten to fifteen minutes for the presentation, and question and answer (QA). Assessment of the student’s presentation will be using Form F – Student’s Oral Presentation Evaluation Section.

REPORT AND LOGBOOK EVALUATION GUIDELINE

Industrial training’s report and logbook prepared by the students will contribute 40% of the overall evaluation. Below is the guideline on marking the report and logbook.

  • Introduction (5%) – synopsis, company profile etc.
  • Task Assigned  (25%)  –  type  of  assignment(s),  how  assignment(s)  been  solved, knowledge gained, equipment used, duration to complete, problem occur and solution, conclusio
  • Presentation (10%) – format, proper language usage, continuity, tidiness etc.
  • Logbook (10%)  –  adequacy  of  the  content  of  the  logbook  as  an  acceptably  good preliminary report, organization of the logbook, tidiness of the logbook, endorsement from host supervisor.

STUDENT’S PRESENTATION EVALUATION

Student’s presentation will contribute 20% of the overall evaluation. Below are the presentation aspects that need to be considered when evaluating student’s presentation using Form F.

  • Assignment background (5)
  • Objective fulfillment (5)
  • Presentation skills (5)
  • Ability in answering the questions during QA session.

INDUSTRIAL TRAINING SUPERVISOR’S REPORT EVALUATION

  ASSESSMENT ON STUDENT A B C D E Score
1 TECHNICAL & LEARNING SKILLS
(e.g Technical ckilled learned so far)
2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5  
         
2 PLANNING AND ORGANISING
(e.g. How presentable is his log book)
2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5  
         
3 PROFESSIONALISM
(e.g. How mature & confidence in  working relationships, appearance & manners)
2.5 2 15 1 0.5  
         
4 COMMUNICATION SKILLS
(e.g. Verbal and written communications, asking questions, effective presentation)
2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5  
         
5 MOTIVATION & COMMITMENT
(e.g. Aiming for perfection, devoting time necessary to meet challenging goals)
2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5  
         
6 RESPONSIVENESS & FLEXIBILITY
(e.g. Adapting well to changing circumstances and taking interest in new opportunities)
2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5  
         
7 ANALYSIS & JUDGEMENT OF PROBLEMS

(e.g. Identifying inter-relationships from a wide perspective & finding practical solutions to problems)

5 4 3 2 1  
         

A: Excellent           B: Good                 C: Competent                        D: Below Average                 E:Poor


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