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Trainees are expected to enhance their ability to manage projects, prepare documentations, prepare and deliver a presentation, design, implement, or maintain systems. Length and Period of Training 26 weeks (6 months): Year 3 Semester II and Long Vacation Note: During the Industrial Training period students are not allowed to enrol in any courses during the Courses During the Long Vacation (KSCP) period. Prerequisites To qualify for the industrial training programme students must have: 1. Attained CGPA of 2.0. 2. Accumulated 60 credits. 3. An active academic status. 4. Taken and passed all of the following core courses with a GPA of 2.0: CPT111/3 Principles of Programming CPT113/3 Programming Methodology & Data Structures CST131/4 Computer Organisation CMT221/4 Database Organisation & Design CMT222/4 Systems Analysis & Design CAT200/3 Integrated Software Development Workshop and are taking the following course at the time of application: CAT300/2 Group Innovation Project 5. Attained Band 4 in MUET or passed at least with a C grade in LMT100 Preparatory English. 6. Have a possibility of graduating within three semesters after the completion of the Industrial Training.
73 Implementation of Training Students are expected to obtain a full-time placement at an organisation which can provide appropriate Industrial Training experience to a future graduate of the Bachelor of Computer Science. Learning is achieved through the supervision process, practical work (including projects) and independent learning. Evaluation Method This course is evaluated as pass or fail. In order to pass, a candidate has to fulfil the following conditions: 1. Received a positive evaluation from the USM lecturer assigned to do the evaluation. 2. Received a positive evaluation from the supervisor in the organisation where the trainee is trained. 3. Written a comprehensive report with a quality appropriate for a student who is a candidate for Bachelor of Computer Science. Incomplete grade (TL) will normally be given on serious medical reason. Applications, Allowances, Medical Services and Insurance Students have to apply to government or private agencies for training placement through the Programme Manager (Industrial Training, Student Activities and Community Engagement) via the CS Internship Management System. Most organisations pay a nominal wage training allowance. Medical services (as for normal semesters at panel clinics and government hospitals only) are provided by the university. Insurance (PA) will be covered by USM Alumni upon request. A detailed guideline can be accessed at: Types of Training Candidates undergo Industrial Training for a period of 26 weeks (6 months). The experience gained from the training varies from one organisation to another, but the experience usually has the following attributes: 1. Exposure to daily work environment; including organisational structure, functions, regulation and work material/resource.

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