Tuesday, August 30, 2016


Pak Catur presenting his PhD proposal calmly and manage to hide his nervous and tense interior.
Three more RISDEV (ISDEV Postgraduate by Research) students have made the mark to proceed with the next stage of their thesis writing. The three RISDEV students are Caturida Meiwanto Doktoralin,  Siti Arinah Ahmad and Noor Hidayah Samsudin were allowed to proceed with their research proper.

On 19 August 2016 two RISDEV students having their proposal presentation at DKA, Universiti Sains Malaysia. Caturida Meiwanto Doktoralina or known as 'Pak Catur' among ISDEV lecturers and students is a first presenter where his topic cover on 'Faktor-faktor yang Mempengaruhi Niat Pembayaran Zakat Pendapatan' . He is under the supervision of Assoc. Prof. Dr. Zakaria Bahari while Dr Shahir Akram Hassan act as the evaluator of his PhD research proposal.

Siti Arinah explains passionately on her research, stressing a point in her presentation
The second presenter is Siti Arinah Ahmad and her PhD research proposal is on 'Pembinaan Prosedur Amalam Kaedah Rukyah dan Hisab Dalam Penetapan Bulan-bulan Ibadah di Indonessia: Kajian Terhadap Amalan Muhammadiyah dan Nahdatul Ulama'. She is supervised by Dr. Shahir Akram Hassan while her PhD Proposal was evaluated by Dr. Mohd Shukri Hanapi.

Meanwhile on 24 August 2016, Noor Hidayah Samsudin presented her PhD research proposal on 'Kaedah Pegurusan Motivasi Rasulullah SAW Berdasarkan Kitab Syamail Muhammadiyah dan Pengaplikasiannya di Institusi Pembangunan Islam" at the new ISDEV open library, D04. She is supervised by Dr. Fadzila Azni Ahmad while her PhD research proposal was evaluate by Dr. Shahir Akram Hassan.

In action - Noor Hidayah presenting her thesis proposal at ISDEV open library in full concentration
All of the candidates tried their best to explain the details of the contents of their research proposal. A number of questions were directed to them immediately following their presentations. After a detailed evaluation and comments given by ISDEV lecturers, all of them finally received the good news that they could proceed to the next stage of their PhD thesis with modifications to be carried out based on the feedback given by the evaluators.

Congratulations and all the best to all three candidates!

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