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1 RESETTING THE PRIORITY Hamidi Abdul Aziz Pusat Pengajian Kejuruteraan Awam, Kampus Kejuruteraan, 14300 Nibong Tebal, Penang, MALAYSIA 18 February 2009.

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1 1 RESETTING THE PRIORITY Hamidi Abdul Aziz Pusat Pengajian Kejuruteraan Awam, Kampus Kejuruteraan, 14300 Nibong Tebal, Penang, MALAYSIA 18 February 2009 AMANAT TAHUNAN DEKAN

2 2.0 Our priority 3.0 Approaches 4.0 Challenges 5.0 SKT 2009 ORDER OF PRESENTATION 6.0 My words and my wish 1.0 APEX and our present KPI

3 3 1.0 APEX AND OUR PRESENT KPI APEX Challenges under APEX: 8 pillars Nurturing and learning. Research and innovation. Services and external activities. Students and alumni services. Graduate studies. Concentration of talent. Resources. Supportive governance.

4 4 OUR PRESENT KPI Everyone has given the best. Thank you so much for your contribution. We are still behind. We need to work harder.

5 5 Kategori KPI RU Pencapaian 2006 Pencapaian 2007 Pencapaian 2008 KPI universitiTarget 2009 Awards:1 antarabangsa 2 kebangsaan -1 antarabangasa -2 kebangsaan 1 antarabangsa (silver) 2 kebangsaan (2 gold) >502 antarabangsa 2 kebangsaan Penerbitan: IF/staff atau cummulatif impact factor 10 paper 0.6/staf 16.937 10 paper 0.53/staf 14.907 15 paper 0.321/staf 10.904 >2/staf0.6/staf atau 15 Non-cited indexed journal 52 papers 2.08/staf 42 paper (Proceedings) 1.27/staf 2.0/staf Buku4 books 0.14/staf 2 buku 0.06/staf 0.15/staf Bab dalam buku41 papers 1.64/papers 14 bab 0.42/staf 0.2/staf Other publications Editorial Board 12 Invited paper 32 Keynote 5 Presentation 21 National Proceedings 8

6 6 Geran (aktif pada tahun semasa) Kerajaan (Science Fund, FRGS, IRPA, RU) 22 projek RM787,860.0 0 20 projek RM3,135,441 27 projek RM4,109,448 RM125K/staf 40K/staf Swasta (TNB)1 projek RM149,000 RM5,960/staf 1 projek RM149,000 RM5/staf 13.35K/staf5K/staf Antarabangsa3 projek RM48,203 RM1,928/staf 6 projek RM197,730.87 6K/staf 13.35K/staf2K/staf Jangka Pendek dan Kampus Sejahtera, Insentif 15 projek RM 185287.00 29 projek RM679,122.1 0 25 projek RM746,336 23K/staf 1 projek/staf 20K/staf Post-doctoralTiada115/tahun2

7 7 Kuantiti pelajar siswazah berijazah 1 Ph.D. berijazah/staf 35 1:5 2 1:16 1:187 1:4 Nisbah pelajar siswazah:staf 5.24:14.59/staf3.45/staf3/staf4.59/staf Nisbah UG:PG (termasuk mod campuran) 4:13.2:12.85:14:12.8:1 Peratus pelajar luar negara 22%23%21.34%>10%34% Kualiti pelajar siswazah Kelayakan masuk CGPA>3.0 39.742.8538.66%>50%45% Pelajar siswazah dengan fellow/grant 25.8 26%>10%26%

8 8 Paten02121 Produk komersial 0-70 Perlesenan0-70 IPR0-120 Perkhidmatan profesional Kursus16.8K> Awam 2007 32500K/tahun50K Konsultansi, termasuk penyelidikan berkontrak 215,679.50>1 jutaRM7,598,261.66 (Aktif pada tahun semasa) RM878,270 (Baru) 500K Testing10008.22<10,00015,000 Jaringan luar MOU0Sama-61 Staf terlibat dengan penyelidikan di luar 6Sama12251

9 9 Pertukaran pelajar antarabangsa 0Sama-0 Latihan staf ke luar negara 4Sama-2 Ahli persatuan profesional antarabangsa (kumulatif pada tahun semasa) 10Sama832010 Ahli persatuan profesional kebangsaan (kumulatif pada tahun semasa) 41Sama5259041 Ahli persatuan profesional (kumulatif pada tahun semasa) dengan jawatan di Exco 3SamaTechnical committee member/panel International 7 National 30 3

10 2.0 Our priority 3.0 Approaches 4.0 Challenges 5.0 SKT 2009 ORDER OF PRESENTATION 6.0 My words and my wish 1.0 APEX and our present KPI

11 11 2.0 OUR PRIORITY We are here because of our students. Quantity of teaching: –Workload is generally fair (<6 hours/week). –Relatively speaking, a lot can be done for the remaining 34 hours. –Loading is even lesser for staff without mixed- mode programme. –Where does the remaining time go? 2.1 Teaching and supervision

12 12 Quality of teaching: –Does the teaching effective and attractive or have become culture? –PPT vs OHP vs internet vs OBE? –Integration of other teaching and learning approaches? –Have me moved forward? –Recycled exam question? –Have we returned the script on time? –Have we been innovative enough? –Niche programme/syallabus? 2.1 Teaching and supervision (cont’d)

13 13 Quality of teaching: –Have we marked where the mistakes are? –Have we given enough tutorials? –Have we prepared model answer for test, exam papers? –How much time have we given to our students for consultation? –PR with our students-all levels? 2.1 Teaching and supervision (cont’d)

14 14 Supervision: –Having good quality? –How long do we need to read the thesis? –Have we thoroughly checked the thesis? –Students graduated on time? –Good to have many students but have we been fair to each one of them? –Have we given enough? –Do not copy the old traditions when we were studying and apply them to our students. 2.1 Teaching and supervision (cont’d)

15 15 Mixed-mode: –Not very popular? –Possibility to offer full-time/part time on weekdays? –Less number of international students? –Should we continue? –If we stop, can we promise that we will improve on the other KPI’s? –Should we extend to other areas? 2.1 Teaching and supervision (cont’d)

16 16 2.2 Research and publication Research: –Good number of USM grants. –Comfortable number of national grant. –Poor performance of international grant. –Main researcher or still menempek? –Experience staff should become a role model! –Complacency culture? –Why the same person? –Why need to extend? –Why the given money does not tally with KPI: Papers? Graduated Ph.D./M.Sc. students? –Please muhasabah diri. What went wrong?

17 17 Publication: –Poor performance on impact factor journals. –Still giving so much priorities on conferences. –SKT has been so tolerable to date. –By setting the right priority, we can succeed! –Students mush publish. 2.2 Research and publication (cont’d)

18 18 2.3 Consultancy/testing/Courses Consultancy/contract research: –Fair performance and can do more. –Same person. –Project leader? –All disciplines must contribute. Testing: –Starting 2008, the number has increased. –All disciplines must contribute. –Are we competent enough? –How do we share the cakes?

19 19 Short courses/seminar/conferences: –Why only AWAM’x? –We have been so active on short courses, why not now? –Without not doing this, the KPI still the same? Testing: –Starting 2008, the number has increased. –All disciplines must contribute. –Are we competent enough? –How do we share the cakes? 2.3 Consultancy/testing/Courses (cont’d)

20 20 2.4 Services to community and university Services to community: –Does the local community aware of our presence? –How much they benefitted from our presence? –What can we contribute? –KPI vs contribution to community? Services to university: –We are doing ok on this. Many have been involved –However, it is sometimes limited to the same person.

21 21 2.5 Priority: My wish Do the best for our teaching and supervision. –Be innovative –Narrowing the gap between lecturer/staff-students. Conduct quality research and produce tangible outputs: –ISI papers. –Quality Ph.D. and M.Sc. Graduates, on time.

22 Under the APEX Programme, PG education plays a pivotal role in USM’s Transformation Plan PG Education as the frontier of research directly affects: INTRODUCTION 1.Student Quantity and Quality 2.Publications 3.Commercialization Agenda 4.Patents

23 OUR TARGET Student Number PG Student Population

24 Our Target To increase Research Mode students from 3000+ to 7000 by 2010 (Av. 300 new enrollments/mth) PG student : Staff ratio to increase from 2:1 to 4:1 s

25 The Reality PG student: Staff Ratio According to School/Centre @ Aug. 2008**

26 % PG intake with CGPA ≥ 3.0 or equivalent* Procedure: 1.IPS to send list of registered PG students with CGPA  3 (equivalent 85% or 18/20) to RCMO monthly 2.RCMO sends list to Bendahari to deposit fund of individual Main Supervisor 3.Fund managed by Main Supervisor, Bendahari and RCMO. 4.Technically can be used for anything including equipment. Standard purchasing procedures apply. NOTE: An Incentive Grant of RM5,000 every year, 2 yrs for Masters and 3 years for PhD student, will be given to the Main Supervisor for every registered Postgraduate student with a CGPA  3, effective Aug. 2008.

27 TABUNG SISWAZAHRU ALLOCATION LocalInt.LocalInt. 1.Fellowship (CGPA  3.00) √√ *√*√ X 2.GA (CGPA  3.00) √√2. RO/RA (funded by RU Research Grant held by PI) √√ Research Fund (Dana Penyelidikan) 3. USM-PGRS (PG as PI) (RM10,000 for Masters & RM20,000 for PhD) √√ 1. Attending Conferences√√ 2. Attachment√√ 3. Research Grant PG as PI (RM10,000) - Seed Money - Completion of Research √√ * Regardless of candidature, (Bachelor CGPA must be  3.00) Bottom line, Fellowships are available to local and international students

28 The Reality Fellowship Holders According to Schools/Centres: Local & Int’l

29 CandidatureCriteriaEnd of 1 st year2 nd yearUpon submission of Thesis Masters No funding-Published 1 paper preferably in IFJ RO-Published 1 paper preferably in IFJ GA-Published 1 paper preferably in IFJ Fellowship Holder 1.Submit at least paper for publication in Journal or 2.Presented a Paper at a conference. Full paper to be submitted to IPS or 3.Published in a peer reviewed proceedings Published 1 paper preferably in IFJ FH + PGRS1.Submit at least paper for publication in Journal or 2.Presented a Paper at a conference. Full paper to be submitted to IPS or 3.Published in a peer reviewed proceedings Published 1 paper preferably in IFJ PRGS-Published 1 paper preferably in IFJ To be presented to MPSU

30 CandidatureCriteriaEnd of 1 st year2 nd year3 rd yearUpon submission of Thesis PhD No funding -Published 1 st paper preferably in IFJ Published 2 nd paper preferably in IFJ Published 2 papers preferably in IFJ RO-Published 1 st paper preferably in IFJ Published 2 nd paper preferably in IFJ Published 2 papers preferably in IFJ GA-Published 1 st paper preferably in IFJ Published 2 nd paper preferably in IFJ Published 2 papers preferably in IFJ Fellowship Holder (FH) 1.Submit at least paper for publication in Journal or 2.Presented a Paper at a conference. Full paper to be submitted to IPS or 3.Published in a peer reviewed proceedings Published 1st paper preferably in IFJ Published 2 nd paper preferably in IFJ Published 2 papers preferably in IFJ FH + PGRS 1. Submit at least paper for publication in Journal or 2.Presented a Paper at a conference. Full paper to be submitted to IPS or 3.Published in a peer reviewed proceedings Published 1 st paper preferably in IFJ Published 2 nd paper preferably in IFJ Published 2 papers preferably in IFJ PRGS-Published 1 st paper preferably in IFJ Published 2 nd paper preferably in IFJ Published 2 papers preferably in IFJ

31 PTJ Total Academic Staff Total PG Students Ratio Acad. Staff:PG Projected PG (1:3.25) '09 Projected PG (1:4.55) '10 Sains Kajihayat493376.9315 (157.5)* 315.0 Sains Farmasi452485.5221 (110.5) 221.0 PTJ Total Academic Staff Total PG Students Ratio Acad. Staff:PG Projected PG (1:3.25) '09 Projected PG (1:4.55) '10 Kej. Elektrik & Elektronik 401914.8172 (86) 182.0 (91) Sains Komputer381734.6162 (81) 172.9 (86.5) Teknologi Industri391904.9163 (81.5) 177.5 (88.7) Kej. Mekanik281284.6112 (56) 127.4 (63.7) PTPM11413.744 (22) 50.1 (25.0) Ilmu Pendidikan592634.5228 (114) 268.5 (134.2) INFORMM5326.419 (9.5) 22.8 (11.4) Kej. Bahan & Sumber Mineral 381824.8140 (70) 172.9 (86.5) Kej. Kimia251064.283 (41.5) 113.8 (56.9) Kej. Awam281124.092 (46) 127.4 (63.7) Sains Kimia361203.3117 (58.5) 163.8 (81.9) * 50% with CGPA  3.00 Postgraduate Student Projection @ 31 Jan 2009* #* # Has Been Presented to Deputy Deans, Graduate Studies

32 PTJ** Total Academic Staff Total PG Students Ratio Acad. Staff:PG Projected PG (1:3.25) '09 Projected PG (1:4.55) '10 Ilmu Kemanusiaan832583.1 269.8 (135) 377.7 (188.8) Pengurusan632053.3 204.8 (102.4) 286.7 (143.3) Pusat Penyelidikan Arkeologi Malaysia4133.313.0 (6.5)18.2 (9.1) Penyelidikan Dadah & Ubat-ubatan6233.819.5 (9.75)27.3 (13.6) Perumahan,Bangunan & Perancangan651872.9 211.3 (105.6) 295.8 (147.9) Sains Kemasyarakatan481192.5 156.0 (78) 218.4 (109.2) Sains Fizik471362.9 152.8 (76.4) 213.9 (106.9) Penyelidikan Dasar & Kajian Antarabangsa8151.9 26.0 (13) 36.4 (18.2) Pusat Bahasa & Terjemahan10171.832.5 (16.25)45.5 (22.75) Seni33531.7107.3 (53.6)150.2 (75.0) IPPT11191.6 35.8 (17.9) 50.1 (25) Pendidikan Jarak Jauh661461.6 214.5 (107.2) 300.3 (150.15) Komunikasi21401.568.3 (34.1)95.6 (47.8) Sains Matematik45671.5146.3 (73.1)204.8 (102.4) REDAC581.216.3 (8.1)22.8 (11.4) KANITA6101.019.5 (86)27.3 (13.7) Kej. Aeroangkasa13110.742.3 (86)59.2 (29.6) Sains Pergigian60400.7195.0 (97.5)273.0 (136.5) Sains Kesihatan90670.6292.5 (146.25)409.5 (204.8) Sains Perubatan353890.31147.3 (573.6)1606.2 (803) Pusat Racun Negara410.313.0 (6.5)18.2 (9.1) Pusat Kawalan Doping410.013.0 (6.5)18.2 (9.1)

33 33 2.5 Priority: My wish Involved in consultancies/testing/seminar/short courses/conferences: –Minimum 1 consultancy per year as project leader –Involved in testing –Minimum 1 Short course per discipline per year.

34 34 Involved in community services and professional activities: –Technical committee member. –Reviewer of technical paper. –Keynote speaker. –Examiner. Maintain a good record. Involved in university services. –Various committee member at USM, Engineering and PPKA. –Involved in sports. 2.5 Priority: My wish (cont’d)

35 35 Closer relationship between staff/student –Kelab Staff involves in riadah. 2.5 Priority: My wish (cont’d)

36 2.0 Our priority 3.0 Approaches 4.0 Challenges 5.0 SKT 2009 ORDER OF PRESENTATION 6.0 My words and my wish 1.0 APEX and our present KPI

37 37 3.0 APPROACHES I will still maintain the 3 approaches: 1) Improving infrastructure and physical needs (Resources). 2) Maintaining adequate and quality human capital (Talent). 3) Improving good working environment (Governance).

38 38 3.1 Improving infrastructure and physical needs (Resources) Improving facilities to support teaching and learning. Number of laboratories. Laboratory facilities. Pejabat Am and its accessories. Graduate, RO/RA rooms. Computer/printer and internet. Lecture room facilities. Meeting room. Facilities for undergraduate students. Recreational facilities.

39 39 3.2 Maintaining adequate and quality human capital (Talent) Keeping the existing staff. Continuous recruiting. New ASTS and maintaining good contact with existing ones. Selecting the best. CGPA>3.0. Only appoint productive contract staff. Increasing the number of Ir’s. Sending all non-Ph.D. staff to further their studies asap. Above 90% Ph.D. holder in 5 years.

40 40 3.3 Improving good working environment (Governance) Reassignment of administrative staff. Reshuffle of exco member. Strengthening the technical team with backup system. Involvement of all staff in PPKA system. Think-tank group. Empowerment with KPI and responsibility. Narrowing the gap between staff/management team, between staff/student: –Sports –Hari keluarga

41 41 –Kenduri –Rakan masjid –Helwa 3.3 Improving good working environment (Governance) (cont’d)

42 2.0 Our priority 3.0 Approaches 4.0 Challenges 5.0 SKT 2009 ORDER OF PRESENTATION 6.0 My words and my wish 1.0 APEX and our present KPI

43 43 4.0 CHALLENGES Old timer teaching style? Old timer supervision style? Late to office and not compensated? Late to lecture? Punch and out? Long tea break and in group? Lab cannot start at 0810 am? Many days out of office uninformed (missing in action).

44 44 4.0 CHALLENGES (cont’d) Difficult to comply with due dates: –Exam question –Course plan/teaching plan –Updating of folio –Coursework and exam mark. –Returning the course work/assignment/test. –Late to provide response. Do not sensitive to PPKA’s activities –Staff activities –Student activities

45 45 4.0 CHALLENGES (cont’d) Do not involve in sport or similar activities. Seniors do not really become a good role model to juniors. Juniors are not really eager/keen to learn from seniors. Respect: –Junior respects the senior, senior cares the junior. –Admin respects the academic, vice-versa. –Respect the superior. –Positive working environment. –Student respects staff, staff cares and loves the students.

46 46 4.0 CHALLENGES (cont’d) Do not involve in students’ activities. Complacency Unequal loading vs KPI

47 2.0 Our priority 3.0 Approaches 4.0 Challenges 5.0 SKT 2009 ORDER OF PRESENTATION 6.0 My words and my wish 1.0 APEX and our present KPI

48 48 5.0 SKT 2009 Maintaining the last criteria for academics. Admin and technical-at least a project is expected for everyone, apart from the normal duty. Involvement in students’ activities. Involvement in Schools’ activities, including sport. Involvement in community services. Please set the SKT and fill in online before 15 March 2009.

49 49 STAFFREQUIREMENT (AS HEAD) PEAR YEAR Contract lecturerTo obtain at least 1 Science Fund or Equivalent To be involved in at least one external fund (research or consultancy) To obtain 1 USM Short Term Local lecturer (Professor) To obtain at least 2 Science Fund or Equivalent To obtain two external fund (research or consultancy) Local lecturer (Assoc. Prof.) To obtain at least 1 Science Fund or Equivalent To obtain one external fund (research or consultancy) To obtain 1 USM Short Term Senior lecturerTo obtain at least 1 Science Fund or Equivalent To head or be involved in at least one external fund (research or consultancy) To obtain 1 USM Short Term Local lecturerTo apply at least 1 Science Fund or Equivalent To be involved in at least one external fund (research or consultancy) To obtain 1 USM Short Term GuruTo obtain 1 USM Short Term CRITERIA FOR RESEARCH GRANTS PPKA, 2009

50 50 CRITERIA FOR PUBLICATIONS PPKA, 2009 STAFFCRITERIA (AS HEAD) PER YEAR ContractTo submit 3 papers to international journal with impact factor To publish 2 of them Local lecturer (Professor) To submit 3 papers to international journal with impact factor To publish 2 of them Local lecturer (Assoc. Prof.) To submit 2 papers to international journal with impact factor To publish 1 of them Senior lecturerTo submit 2 papers to international journal with impact factor To publish 1 of them Local lecturerTo submit 1 paper to international journal with impact factor To publish 1 paper in national journal TeacherTo submit 1 paper to national conference

51 2.0 Our priority 3.0 Approaches 4.0 Challenges 5.0 SKT 2009 ORDER OF PRESENTATION 6.0 My words and my wish 1.0 APEX and our present KPI

52 52 6.0 MY WORDS AND WISH I am serious of what has been presented. I am ready to make a change. I am ready to sketch the fail peribadi. Else, we are at square one, forget about APEX. I am ready to be unpopular. I am prepared to change the exco if it needs be. I am ready to change the admin/technical staff if it needs be. Empowerment with responsibility. My SOP, maximum of 3 days of all letters in.

53 53 6.0 MY WORDS AND WISH PPKA will be the first choice of student. Requires syallabus review. I support students and staff activities within my means. Staff involves in all events. Staff removes culture of pahat and penukul. No. 1 in services. Share findings among staff/group. Good ukhwah between all. No culture of resilient among staff. Please help me and the School.

54 54 6.0 MY WORDS AND WISH Young staffs…… We do work for the seek of Allah SWT and not for the Dean/VC…. I do not carrots to give. I leave it to Allah SWT to reward you.


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