This notification is prepared based on the announcement made by the National Security Council (MKN) on 28 December 2020 about the implementation of Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) in Johor Bahru until 14 January 2021. 1. Percentage of Staff Working in Office and Working from Home (WFH) The UTM Management has maintained the earlier notification …
A Message of UTM’s Purpose and Hope Related to the Official Announcement on UTM Teaching and Learning Activities for Semester 2, Session 2019/2020 during the COVID-19 Crisis From the Article of Prof Ir Zainuddin Abdul Manan Translated by UTM Language Academy Sometimes God hides the sun. He brings the storm and thunder. We cry and …
It is beyond doubt that ranking serves as one of the performance indicators to measure university’s quality of excellence in teaching and learning, research, as well as international recognition. It is accepted as a yardstick to measure the performances and competitiveness of local universities, as an indicator for continuous improvement, and as a quality assurance since it enables universities to make their presence felt globally.
UTM team of experts are monitoring the haze situation in both campuses and the management will issue appropriate notice before 5pm on daily basis.
Please keep yourself alert on any further notices and announcements on haze situation by the University.
CLASSES IN UTMKL AND UTMJB FOR TOMORROW (19/9/2019) WILL BE CONDUCTED AS USUAL UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
During the period of haze, we would like to advise everyone to take care of your health and please take precautionary measure.
1. Wear N95 mask if the Air Pollutant Index (API) is more than 100. The normal facemask will not keep you safe. You can get the N95 face mask at Pusat Kesihatan UTM -University Health Centre
2. No outdoor activities. Please stay indoors.
3. Always keep yourself hydrated and wash your hands and face regularly after being out in the haze.
4. If you have any health issues – cough, asthma, cold, difficulty in breathing, eye irritation, please come and see our Medical Officer immediately.
20 November, Johor Bahru – Congratulations to Mehedi Hasan from Faculty of Engineering for winning the October Mobile Phone Competition. The theme for the October competition was “Loving, Caring and Excellent Culture in UTM”. Mehedi was automatically picked as the winner for the October Mobile Phone Competition as his video received the most Likes on UTM …
RM500 to be won! MOBILE PHONE VIDEO COMPETITION 2018 (June edition) Theme : Not-to-be-missed Cultural Festivals and Celebrations in UTM VidDuration : 1 Minute Only Language : Malay / English Closing date : 9th July 2018 Email your video to firstname.lastname@example.org (MP4 or AVI format) Open to all UTM Students and Staff
Department of Quantity Surveying successfully hosted the 3rd Programme for QS Registration Scheme (PQRS 3.0) held at Grand Banquet Hall, Residensi UTMKL, Kuala Lumpur. The event was held on 24th October 2017 with theme focuses on ‘Why Am I a QS?’. Co-organized with Board of Quantity Surveyors Malaysia, Royal Institution of Surveyors Malaysia, Construction Industry …