Undergraduate - FinTech Talent Acquisition - Notice

Notis Pelajar Ijazah Dasar
(1) 2 3 4 ... 79 »
Undergraduate : FinTech Talent Acquisition
 Posted by amiza on 2017/2/22 23:49:39 (1 reads)

Dear All,

I am ThamKT from Chaintope Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. located at Bangsar South (MSC Cybercenter), Kuala Lumpur.
Currently we are looking for Senior Software Development Engineer to join our team for ASEAN market penetration.
Chaintope Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. is Japan capital FinTech (Financial Technology) company focus on FinTech software system development based on Blockchain Technology and provides cross border remittance services for corporate.
The attachment is the job requirement and description. Hope you can introduce or connect up UM alumni who are interested to explore into FinTech industry.

Look forward to hear from you soon.

Chaintope Malaysia Sdn. Bhd
Mobile: 012 679 0598

Undergraduate : [Industrial Training Semester 2, Session 2016/ 2017] Regarding course registration and dealing with CITRA
Posted by amiza on 2017/2/15 8:23:12 (14 reads)

Dear students whom are registering for Industrial Training during Sem 2 of Session 2016/ 2017,

Very Important: How to deal with issues with e-Industrial Training System

If your industrial training placement has been approved by your department Industrial Training Coordinator, please register your placement in the e-Industrial Training system asap. Once that process is completed, you will have to register your industrial training just like what you do for your other courses. This has to be done before the end of the add and drop week of Sem 1 2016/2017. Otherwise you will be fined.

You can access the e-Industrial Training system (i.e. CITra industrial Training system) from MyUM.

Any issue with e-Industrial Training system, you have to request CITra to solve, as the Industrial Training Coordinators do not have the required access in the system to solve them. Industrial Training Coordinators can only access the system to give coordinator's approval.

You can contact the following staffs at CITra: Miss Nurhafizah (hafizahjafri@um.edu.my) / Miss Maziah (maziah_87@um.edu.my) / Miss Intan Shaheera (<intanshaheera@um.edu.my>). Tel: 03-79675408/5488

These are the typical steps involved when a student registers his/her placement in the e-Industrial training system. Please read through this entire email to get familiarized with the process to ensure successful registration of your industrial training.

1. If "Organisation Exist but Inactive", contact CITra to activate it.

2. If the company not yet exists in the system, the student has to create the new company, and the status will be "Organisation Pending Seksyen Kerjaya approval". Contact CITra to approve and cc to Department coordinator. Previously CITra is known as Seksyen Kerjaya.

3. After CITra approves/activate this company, the student will be able to enter all the details of the placement into the system

4. Then the status will be "Pending Coordinator Approval". Contact your Department Industrial Training Coordinator to approve it. Your coordinator will only approve it if he/she has given prior manual approval for this placement via email. Please enter only one placement in the e-Industrial Training System, which is, the placement that your coordinator has approved manually via email.

5. Next the status will be "Pending Organisation/Company approval". Contact CITra to approve on behalf of the company.

6. Next the status will be "Pending Student approval". The student needs to give approval.

7. Student can proceed to register LI as a course. This has to be done before the end of the add and drop week of Sem 1 2016/2017. Otherwise the student will be fined.

When you contact CITra, please forward the email you received from your Department Industrial Training Coordinator which states that he/she approved the placement offer you obtained from the respective company, and attach together the offer letter and screen capture of the problem in e-Industrial Training system, and, cc the email to your Department Industrial Training Coordinator and Mrs. Faridah (faridah@um.edu.my), and edit the subject of email to reflect the problem for examples. "e-Industrial Training system: Organisation Exist but Inactive", "e-Industrial Training system: Organisation Pending Seksyen Kerjaya approval", etc.

Thank you.

best regards,
Dr. Aznul Qalid Md Sabri

Undergraduate : Call for participation to System Programming Workshop and Competition
Posted by amiza on 2017/2/13 23:58:36 (17 reads)

Dear all undergraduate students,

With much pleasure, the Department of Software Engineering, Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, UM, would like to invite all undergraduate students to participate in System Programming Workshop and Competition.

System Programming Competition (SPC) is the first match of its kind in Malaysia conducted by Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, University of Malaya to produce talented programmer among undergraduate students. This competition is an initiative of the faculty in identifying the true potential of students in lower level programming. Competitions such as Eudyptula Challenge, Kernel Cruise Competition, Contest Environment and Moe are competitions at the international level involving Kernel Programming. These competitions have maintained the needs of software development world in retaining talent in the production of system or software at kernel (operating system) level.

Main Objectives:
System Programming Workshop and Competition are held to:
motivate and expose students to study low-level programming in depth.
identify new talent in the world of software development that can be brought to the world stage.
meet one of the requirements of the Graduate Student Attribute where students not only have a high knowledge in related fields but also able to excel when competing in limited time constraints.
1. System Programming Workshop (3-Day Workshop)

Students are encouraged to take part in this workshop to get a basic understanding of system programming and prepare themselves to participate in the upcoming System Programming Competition. A series of programming exercises for the Linux kernel coding will be provided, starting from the basic. No previous C programming and Linux kernel coding experience are needed to join this workshop.

Instructor: Dr Anjum Naveed
Target participant: Open to all undergraduate students in FCSIT, UM
Duration: 3-Day Workshop, 3 hours per day
1st Session (first 20 participants):
Date: 27 February to 1 March 2017 (Monday to Wednesday)
Time: 6pm to 9pm
Venue: MM2
2nd Session will be held if more than 20 participants registered for the workshop:
Date: 6 March to 8 March 2017 (Monday to Wednesday)
Time: 6pm to 9pm
Venue: MM2
Programming Language used: C
Operating System: Linux (Ubuntu with GCC compiler)
Registration closing date: 20 February 2017
Registration fee: FREE
Online Registration: Visit official website for registration
Certificates are provided to all participants who have completed the workshop.
NOTE: It is not compulsory for workshop participant to take part in the competition.
2. System Programming Competition

The aim of SPC is to produce talented system programmers, among the competition participants. A basic understanding of the C programming language and Linux kernel coding experience are needed to solve the problems in this competition. We strongly urge that anyone interested participating in this competition to join the 3-day System Programming Workshop.

Important Dates
Registration Closing Date: 10 March 2017 (Friday)
FREE registration
Online Registration: Visit official website for registration
Competition Date: 17 March 2017 (Friday)
Time: 8:30am to 12:00pm (3.5 hours)
Venue: MM1 and MM2
Conditions of participation
Target group: All undergraduate students of FCSIT, UM are welcome to participate.
Participation: We welcome individual participants as well as teams of up to three people.
Allowed Language: C programming language
Operating System: Linux
Participants are given 3.5 hours to solve the problems on the spot.
During the competition, usage of search engines like Google and access to all online references like C Tutorial is permitted.
Participants can only submit programs written in C programming language
Cash rewards
First place: RM600
Second place: RM400
Third place: RM250
Consolation (5 prizes): RM50
Certificates are provided to all participants and winners
Best Female System Programmer Award 2017

Please direct all inquiries about System Programming Workshop and Competition via email to systemprogfsktm@um.edu.my.

Visit the official website for registration: https://sites.google.com/um.edu.my/systemprogfsktm

Warm regards,

Committee of System Programming Workshop and Competition
Software Engineering Department
Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology
University of Malaya
Contact us via systemprogfsktm@um.edu.my

Undergraduate : Internship Opportunity at Universiti Malaysia Terengganu
 Posted by amiza on 2017/2/8 6:34:57 (17 reads)

Dear students looking for internship,

Refer to file attached.
Interested, please email Mrs. Fadzilah Ambak (fadzilah@umt.edu.my).

Thank you.

Dr. Su Moon Ting

Undergraduate : Internship Opportunity - Blu Corona Sdn Bhd
 Posted by amiza on 2017/2/8 2:30:00 (16 reads)

Dear students,

Attached is Internship Opportunity flyer.

If interested, email your resume to sales@blucorona.com

Thank you.


Assistant Registrar
Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology
University of Malaya

(1) 2 3 4 ... 79 »