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Rules & Regulations

During the industrial training period, students are subjected to the rules and regulations of the university and the industry. Among the rules are:

  • Attendance.
    • Students are required to attend the industry on every working day on the set time.
    • If a student is unable to be present because of an emergency or medical leave, the student is required to contact the industry immediately. Submit a medical certificate obtained from a government hospital/clinic or from a panel clinic to the industry.
    • Students are required to inform the industry through phone call or through short message service (SMS) if the student had to reach the industry late due to unavoidable circumstances.
  • Leave.
    • If the student is on a leave due to sickness or sudden leave due to family issues, a leave certificate must be handed over to the industry. This matter has to be informed immediately to the Industry Supervisor and Supervisor Lecturer. (3.2.1.)
    • If the student has to take a leave on important matters, the student needs to obtain prior permission from the industry and inform the Industry Supervisor and Supervisor Lecturer.
    • Student is required to attend the industrial training fully. Students who are unable to attend a period of not more than four (4) working days due to health and medical or other reasons considered reasonable by the faculty are deemed to have met the requirements of the industrial training. (3.2.4)
    • Students who did not attend the industrial training for more than four (4) working days even with health and medical or other reasons are deemed ineligible and will need to repeat the industrial training.
    • Article 3.2.1 until 3.2.4 is subjected to the decision of the Committee of the Industrial Training Programme of the University.
    • Students who are sustained health issues such as accidents or child birth and are unable to undergo the industrial training are advised to postpone their training. In certain cases, the faculty can take action to postpone a student’s industrial training.
  • Postponement.
    • The application to postpone has to be written to the university through the faculty.
    • Postponement cannot exceed more than a period of three (3) semesters from the effective date of the postponement.
  • Failing the Industrial Training.
    • If the student is verified to have failed the industrial training by the Senate, the student is required to repeat the entire industrial training.
  • Compensation/Remuneration.
    • The university will not compensate or remunerate the student or the supervisor at the industry. Students are also not allowed to claim any compensation or remuneration from the industry where they are placed for industrial training. Any compensation or remuneration from the industry is at the discretion of the industry. All expenses of undergoing the industrial training shall be borne by student.