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    INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTATIONAL AND THEORETICAL

    SCIENCES

    KULLIYYAH OF SCIENCE

    STUDENTS KIT

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    Industrial Training

    In this industrial training exercise, student is to submit a report and a mini project.

    SubmissionTyped reports and projects must be submitted to the Department of Industrial Training

    office by XX/XX/XXXX, the first week of the Semester XX XXXX/XXXX.

    Students should also submit one (1) extra soft copy of the report and project in CD. Thekulliyyah or department will keep it for archive purposes. The contents must be clear,

    organised, and free of errors and any kinds of computer viruses. All items must beappropriately labelled especially with the student name.

    Industrial Training Presentation

    Following submission of the Industrial Training Report, each student will be required toprepare a 10 minute oral presentation, and answer questions in a seminar on the report, to

    staff and fellow students. Instructions on the presentation will be prepared shortly after

    the deadline for submission of reports. The presentations will be held in the week

    beginning XX/XX/XXXX. Always keep an eye on the notice boards for regular updates

    and other announcements from the department office.

    STUDENTS SHOULD RETAIN A COPY OF THEIR REPORT OR MAKE

    NOTES FROM IT FOR USE IN PREPARATION OF THEIR PRESENTATION.

    A. REPORT

    The Industrial Training report should cover the students activities throughout the

    placement. The report document is expected to demonstrate development of practical andprofessional skills in Mathematical Sciences through technical experience and application

    of theoretical knowledge. Development of skills in dealing with people, and

    communication skills are part of the subject objectives.

    i.

    Length of reportThe main text of the report should be about 10-15 pages, not including preliminary

    information, tables, figures, photos, and appendices.

    ii. Content of reportThe placement details should set out names of employing organisation, specificperiods of employment, and nature of duty. Also required are details of job locations,

    designation of immediate superior, projects in which the student was directly

    involved, and their degree of responsibility.

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    Students should discuss aspects of the work they have performed or observed and

    indicate their involvement in their work throughout the text. To be able to produce anaccurate and comprehensive report it is recommended that students keep a diary,

    along with photographs (if any) and any other information regarding their work. Thisdiary will not be assessed, it will however be helpful in writing the final report.

    All project data and information must be cleared by the employers for confidentiality

    prior to its incorporation in the report. It is generally advisable that you avoid all

    sensitive information related to your employment by limiting the contents to the

    general or public aspects of each specific task.

    REMEMBER, THIS IS A REPORT ABOUT YOUR ACTIVITIES, IT'S A

    PERSONAL STATEMENT, SO WRITING IN THE FIRST PERSON IS

    ACCEPTABLE.

    Finally, a Conclusion should include comprehensive comments on the type and valueof experience gained, and how this relates to your future work career.

    Format of the report:

    IntroductionThis covers the background of the company, organization chart of the company, nature of

    the students duty, etc.

    Objective/Purpose

    This covers the purpose of this industrial training.

    Working experiencesThis covers the discussion aspects of the work that the student have performed or

    observed and indicate their involvement in their work

    Learning ExperiencesThis covers the knowledge and experience that the student has gained or learnt

    throughout the industrial training.

    Overall Comment

    This covers comments on the type and value of experience gained, and how this relates toyour future work career.

    Acknowledgement

    Note: Please refer to Appendix B page 8 for further details of the general guidelines of

    the report.

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    B. MINI PROJECT

    The major portion of this mini project should be set out as a technical report, divided into

    suitable sections, and with an introduction to each major or different aspect of work.

    Students need not report on all projects given in the placement details. You may select

    one or two projects which have significant or interesting aspects. Noteworthy technical

    details of projects in which the student was directly involved, or of projects which the

    student observed, should also be included. These may include investigation, feasibility,

    design, construction, management, commissioning or operational aspects etc... Studentsshould openly discuss aspects of the work they have performed or observed and indicate

    their involvement in their work throughout the text. All project data and information must

    be cleared by the employers for confidentiality prior to its incorporation in the report. It isgenerally advisable that you avoid all sensitive information related to your employment

    by limiting the contents to the general or public aspects of each specific project.

    The following are the general guidelines of the project:

    RECOMMENDED FORMAT

    ____ Cover Page

    ____ Abstract

    ____ Table of Contents

    ____ List of Illustrations (if any)____ Introduction

    ____ Materials and Methods

    ____ Results and Discussions____ Conclusions

    ____ Recommendations

    Cover page:

    Please refer to Appendix A and B (page 7 and 8) for a sample and the general guidelines.

    Abstract:

    If an abstract is appropriate, summarize each section of the project in a sentence or two.

    Mention any unique features of the project. Your final abstract should be a short,

    informative, well organized independent document.

    Table of Contents:

    A good table of contents makes it easy for the reader to locate specific sections of the

    report. Label the sections with meaningful headings and subheadings.

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    List of Illustrations:

    The importance of illustrations cannot be overemphasized. Make sure that your readercan take full advantage of your illustrations by captioning them clearly and providing a

    list of illustrations at the beginning of the report for quick reference. The list of

    illustrations should include each figure caption.

    Any figures or tables you include in your report should follow one page after the first

    citation. An entire page should be devoted to the illustrations; it is not necessary to

    integrate the figures into the body text. Each figure, table, or column should have a selfexplanatory table or caption and should be meaningful in and of itself.

    Introduction:

    State the purpose of the project explicitly within the first paragraph of the introduction.This should be a one sentence summary of the objectives of the project.

    Materials and Methods:

    Make certain that you include all relevant information about the methods you used, the

    process of collecting data, and any significant difficulties encountered during the process.

    Results and Discussion:

    Your first responsibility in this section is to report objectively and accurately what you

    observed. You may wish to report some or all of your data in tabular form; if so, provide

    a brief paragraph to orient your reader.

    In addition to presenting data, you must provide a context that makes the data

    meaningful. Help the reader see the bits of data as part of a greater whole. While writing,

    conceptualize the relationship between your scientific process, the data you collected and

    the objective of the report.

    Conclusions:

    Analyze and evaluate your data and use that evidence to support your conclusions. The

    connection between the objective of the research and this section should be clear.

    Recommendations:

    This section provides suggestions based upon the results and conclusions. Basically, this

    is where the research is evaluated and possible applications are considered.

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    Literature Cited:

    Give the complete bibliographic citation for any work you refer to in the report. Use thefollowing style:

    Hull, J. C., (2003), Options, Futures and other Derivatives, 5th

    edition, Prentice Hall.

    REVISION: Once you have a draft of your report, expect to revise/edit at least twice.

    Use this checklist to review your report.____ Facts, details, and examples are accurate and relevant.

    ____ Headings are consistently formatted and meaningful.

    ____ Transitions between sections and between ideas are clear and logical.

    ____ Illustrations are easy to understand and have informative captions.

    ____ The results, conclusions, and recommendations are in distinct sections.

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    APPENDIX A

    TITLE OF THE MINI PROJECT

    BY

    NAME OF THE AUTHOR

    BACHELOR OF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCESPROJECT PAPER

    KULLIYYAH OF SCIENCE

    INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY

    MALAYSIA

    YEAR

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