90 students attend virtual Career Week programme


MUKAH: Some 90 fifth semester Politeknik Mukah (PMU) students (Dec 2021 Session) attended the Mechanical Engineering Department Career Week programme virtually at PMU here recently.

The three-day programme was organised by the Mechanical Engineering Department in collaboration with the Corporate Industrial Services and Employment Centre (CISEC) and PMU Counselling and Career Unit.

Programme director Fazida Akhtar Abdullah said it was aimed at contributing to the key performance index (KPI) of the CISEC and PMU Mechanical Engineering Department (JKM).

She added it was also to foster closer rapport between PMU and the industry, particularly in the field of mechanical engineering through the participation of the alumni.

“The programme also serves to expose the students to the working environment through the sharing of experiences and knowledge by PMU alumni who are currently working,” she said.

PMU deputy director (Support) Awang Annuar Awang Mansor officiated at the closing of the programme.

According to Fazida, the programme involved fifth semester students together with the Counselling and Career Unit and Alumni Mentorship Programme (AMP).

She explained that the programme provided the opportunity of counselling to current students and new graduates (mentees) from JKM to contact experienced PMU JKM alumni, with the aim of enhancing the former’s confidence, knowledge, skill and experience, particularly in terms of career prospect in future.

CISEC Unit head Mohd Azlan Abd Aziz and Mechanical Engineering Department head Rosidi Muhamad Nor also attended the event.

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