Date: 15-16 August 2018

No of Participants: 60

Venue: Dewan Melati Perak, Kolej Melati UiTM Shah Alam 

 

The self review exercise is an important activity in the quality assurance process in UiTM.  It draws upon all reviews in the system, including a review of the QMS.  It enables the PTJ to reflect on its own priorities and activities and thereby assure itself as well as its stakeholders that policies, systems and processes for the development, maintenance and enhancement of quality are functioning effectively.  Areas of strength and excellence as well as areas in need of focused attention for improvement can be identified through the self reviews.  An output of the self review would include recommendations for improvements or enhancements to policies, processes, programmes, services, facilities, and human resources.  Findings of the Self Review are recorded in the Self Review Report (SRR) of the PTJ which provides a foundation for the InQKA External Review.  The review by InQKA validates the self review findings and conclusions and ultimately evaluates the robustness of the PTJ’s quality assurance function.  

 

 

ISO 9001:2015 quality management systems internal auditor training from InQKA to develop the skills to perform internal audits of quality management systems. InQKA has organized briefings and report writing training to achieve the objectives of audit criteria and scope of audit. 

Series 1

Date: 06 - 07th August 2018

No of Participants: 35

Venue: Dewan Melati Perak, Kolej Melati UiTM Shah Alam 

 

On 30th June 2018, we make a significant contribution to our communities and society as a whole through a project. A total of 12 staff and 23 internship students organized a visit to the Rumah Anak Yatim Rukaiyah, Sg Merab, Selangor. In fulfilling University Social Responsibility (USR), InQKA decided to do things a little differently, and made it personal by teaching the orphanages on how to make noodles as well as cook the noodles for the children and had lunch with them.

 

 

Forum: Penyatuan Ilmu Kemajuan Sejagat

The Unity of Natural and Sociocultural History as a Base for the Unity of All Sciences and Humanities

Dealing with one part of the so characterized world means to also deal with the entire unity, because there is no part which is independent from all other integral and interconnected parts of the world. It should be noted that all parts are both to a certain extent different and to a certain degree independent from one another. This is a fact which analytically justifies their separate treatment as different subjects of the respective different sciences and humanities.

On the other hand, every part has features that result from the natural and sociocultural interactive processes whose interdependent parts are mutually influencing one another. These parts are in fact so interdependent that their individual characteristics are determined by the characteristics of others. Every part is therefore deeper and broader understood by the respective sciences or humanities, if the subject of inquiries is not limited to a single part, but rather extends to consider the unity of the world.

 

Operational Excellence (OE) is a philosophy, teamwork and problem solving resulting in continuous improvement throughout the organization by focusing on the needs of the customer, empowering employees and optimizing existing activities in the process. Implementation of OE for UiTM has become a core mission. Due to that, InQKA has organized three series of OE workshop aimed to achieve the objectives that have been set.

Series 1

Date: 27-28 February 2018

No of Participants: 40

Venue: Bilik Seminar, Kolej Melati UiTM Shah Alam