Friday, April 25, 2014


One of MISDEV'13'student's slide presentation

The last three weeks of this April is akin to a nightmare to all MISDEV'13 (Postgraduate Mixed-Mode) student because each of them has to present the proposal of their dissertations. A total of 36 MISDEV'13 students have been divided into six groups consisting of six students in each group. The first two groups have presented their proposals on 16 April 2014 and on 23 April, 2014.

Mahirah Ramli (right), a MISDEV'13 student presenting her dissertation proposal while Dr Shukri Hanapi (left) listens

Todate two groups have presented their proposals while three groups are anxiously awaiting their turn. A total of 12 students have presented at the Conference Room C06 of the School of Social Sciences, starting at 9.30 am and ending well after 1.30 pm.

ISDEV Director, Prof. Syukri (centre) giving some pointers to MISDEV'13 students

These two groups of MISDEV'13 students presented their dissertation proposals in front of their supervisors as well as other ISDEV lecturers who all acted as evaluators. ISDEV lecturers freely gave their comments and suggestions on how the students in each of the proposal presented could improve their research as well as their dissertations proper. The remaining students from the other four groups will be presenting their dissertations on April 30, May 14, 21 and 28.

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