MALACCA 31 January – University Technical Malaysia Melaka (UTeM) to promote ideas and proposals contribute positively impact citizens in ensuring the growth of the university’s development is in line with current even have to face financial constraints.Vice Canselornya, Assoc. Datuk Dr. Yusoff Ahmad Hassan said the financial constraints faced by UTeM no excuse for not making changes as it should be seen as a challenge. “It’s fairly limited budget but we are encouraged to perkemaskan existing programs currently running. Thus, serious review perkecilkan unrelated aspects need to be done to make way for the main agenda. “The budget for development is not so much, why it had to be postponed. But UTeM been allocated expenditure for strengthening existing programs and develop something new, low cost, and can trigger a big impact as well as highlighting UTeM to a higher level. “This is our challenge in terms of money. Should we see this challenge as an opportunity to explore new ideas and see all things as an opportunity to act, “he said at the 2012 Message from the Vice Chancellor and the launch of a new look portal UTeM UTeM on the main campus here today.
According to Ahmad Yusoff, the message, which is very important annual event UTeM in delivering its goals and develop the mind among the people. He said this year determined UTeM planning efforts, more competitive, especially in the mainstream of technical education in an integrated manner.
As reported, a number of strategic steps UTeM held involving new projects this year include the development of image and branding with UTeM will introduce a new logo which will be used at all levels, 10 programs of the Faculty of Engineering Technology, Industrial Excellence Center (iCOE) and short-term plan Holding a long UTEM and UTeM. In the meantime said Ahmad Yusoff, UTeM which now has over 9,000 students from local and overseas residential college students will have a capacity of 1,000 people on campus by August.
said, so far only 90 percent of students at the university provided accommodation in residential areas nearby. “will not come home that will accommodate over 3,000 students will be built and now in the final process of planning. “Why are the approved projects can already be built, but construction had to be postponed due to some problems in advance of the contractor,” he said.