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Lincoln University College Convocation Ceremony 2019

MEMO

Date    : 14th January 2019
From   : Registrar Office
To        : LUC Final Year Students



SUBJECT :
LINCOLN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 2019 CONVOCATION CEREMONY
(17th YEARS OF ESTABLISHMENT)

It is our great pleasure to announce that LUC Convocation Ceremony will be held on Tuesday, 5th March 2019 as per following details :-

1.  Registration Procedure :-

STEP ONE  : Student have to clear their Convocation Fees.

STEP TWO :   

a)   UPON  payment  please log into  Lincoln University College Website [www.lincoln.edu.my

b)  then Go to Menu  : "Students" >> "Current Students" >> "Alumni" , after click on "Alumni" menu  LUC  special Alumni 
website will open [alumni.lincoln.edu.my]. 

c)   Alumni Association Website - Go to Menu: "Enquiry" >> click  on "Enquiry" Menu Student will be able to see Two main Sub-Menu, as per following - 

i)            Application for Convocation: Student has to fill up Convocation form after make the payment to attend for Convocation.

After fill up this registration form a Convocation Registration Confirmation will be generated and student must print it.

Please bring along this confirmation during rehearsal and on the convocation registration time.    

Please be reminded that without this confirmation receipt you will not be allowed to enter into Convocation Hall.

 

ii)           Re-Print Convocation ID : If any student mistakenly lost their Convocation Registration Confirmation, they can download and reprint the details from this link.


              [At the time of registration if you face any problem, please email to support-lincolnonline@lincoln.edu.my / manojit@lincoln.edu.my,
              with your 
exact problem Screenshot]  
                              

2. Collection of Robe & Invitation Card:

        Date     : 4/3/2019
        Venue  : Student Centre, Wisma Lincoln
        Time     : 10am -  5pm

        Date     : 5/3/2019
        Venue  :  Level 7, IDCC Shah Alam
        Time     : 7.30am - 8am

Ø  Kindly bring along your convocation registration confirmation. Deposit fee of RM 200 will be charged upon the collection of robe and it is refundable during returning of robe. 

3. Rehearsal:

        Date    :  4th March 2019
        Venue :  IDCC Shah Alam
                      Level 7, Jalan Pahat L15/L, Section 15, 
                      40200 Shah Alam, Selangor
        Time   :  2PM - 5PM

4. Reporting & Registration Details on Convocation Day: 

         ·        On 5th March 2019 reporting time at 7.30 am
         ·        Registration closing at 8 am
         ·        Student procession commencement time at 9 am

5. Date and Time of Convocation;

v  5th  March 2019,   9am till 2pm

 

    6. Venue:   IDCC Shah Alam
                       Level 7, Jalan Pahat L15/L, Section15, 
                       40200 Shah Alam, Selangor

 

    7. Convocation fees:

         Local & International Students

1)Certificate and Diploma - RM400

2) Bachelor-RM500

3)Master- RM675

4)PhD- RM850


         Collaboration Students

1)Certificate and Diploma - USD 125

2)Bachelor -  USD 150

3)Master - USD190

4)PhD - USD 225

 

 

Ø Only two (2) guests per students will be allowed to attend the convocation ceremony.


8. Payment Method:

      ·        LUC Finance Department,or
·        Asia Pacific Higher Learning Sdn Bhd at this Account No:
           RHB BANK – 21234900044617

 

     9. Deadline for payment;
                       ·       15th February 2019

Please be informed that penalty will be charged as follow for those 
students who make late payment after 18th February 2019:-

    a)       18th  February to 22nd  February 2019
           Additional of 10% fees upon the normal fees

    b)      23rd February to  28th February 2019
          Additional of 20% fees upon the normal fees

   10. Children below 12 years old are STRICTLY NOT ALLOWED into   
         Convocation Hall

 

Thank you.

REGISTRAR
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Standard Chartered KL Marathon, 2018

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The participating in the Conference which titled as "19th International Conference on IT Applications and Management (ITAM)", that held at Dong A University, Danang, Vietnam between 3rd and 5th of February, 2018. On the other hand we participant on the discussing on meeting for the “Future of Asia” forum that has been hold as the post-conference event and and participation in the meeting for international educational and research cooperation among organizing committee members from over 10 countries.

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MOU with Times Management Consultancy Studies Abu Dhabi UAE

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Announcement of 2018 LUC Convocation Ceremony

MEMO

Date    : 16th January 2018

From   : Registrar Office

To        : LUC Final Year Students


SUBJECT : CONVOCATION-

LINCOLN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 2018 CONVOCATION CEREMONY

(16th  YEARS OF ESTABLISHMENT)

 

It is our great pleasure to announce that the Graduation ceremony will be held on Wednesday, 21st March 2018 as per following order:


1.  Registration: Convocation registration is very important for a student to attend LUC Convocation Ceremony.

STEP ONE:          Student has to clear their Convocation Fees.

STEP TWO:   

a)   UPON  payment  please log onto  go to Lincoln University College Website [www.lincoln.edu.my

b)  then Go to Menu  : "Students" >> "Current Students" >> "Alumni" , after click on "Alumni" menu  LUC  special Alumni
website will open [alumni.lincoln.edu.my]. 

c)   Alumni Association Website - Go to Menu: "Enquiry" >> click  on "Enquiry" Menu Student will be able to see Two main Sub-Menu, as per following - 

i)            Application for Convocation: Student has to fill up Convocation form after make the payment to attend for Convocation.

After fill up this registration form a Convocation Registration Confirmation will be generated and student must print it

Please bring along this confirmation during rehearsal and on the convocation registration time.    

Please be reminded without this confirmation receipt you will not be allowed to enter into Convocation Hall.

 

ii)           Re-Print Convocation ID : If any student mistakenly Lost their Convocation Registration Card then still they can download that from this link..


[At the time of registration if youface any problem, please email to 
support-lincolnonline@lincoln.edu.my / manojit@lincoln.edu.my,with your exact problem Screenshot] 

2. Rehearsal: 19th and 20th March 2018 as per following:

Wisma Lincoln

Classroom No 409

Level 4 Block C,

Jln SS6/12, KelanaJaya, 47301 PJ, Selangor


Date and Time for the registration of rehearsal as follows:

i-            19th March 2018 : 9.00 am - 5.30pm

-       Faculty of Business and Accountancy

-       Faculty of Hospitality and Tourism

-       Faculty of Computer Science and Multimedia

-       Faculty of Engineering

 

ii-           20th March 2018 : 9.00 am- 5.30 pm

-       Faculty of Science

-       Faculty of Nursing

-       Faculty of Dentistry

-       Faculty of Medicine

-       Faculty of Pharmacy

3. Reporting & Registration Details: 

   On 21st March 2018 reporting time at 6.00 am 

   Registration closing 6.30 am 

   Student procession commencement time at 6.30am

  

4. Date of Convocation;

§  21st March2018,  commences at 6:30am till 5.30pm

(2 sessions)


    5. Venue: Dewan Tun Hussein Onn, Level 2,

      PutraWorld Trade Centre (PWTC)

                41, Jalan Tun Ismail,

                50480 Kuala Lumpur

     6. Convocation fees:

1)Certificate- RM400

2)Diploma and Bachelor- RM500

3)Master- RM650

4)PhD- RM750

 

 

  • Just allow for two (2) guests only. 

 

7. Please pay to:

§  LUC Finance Department,or

§  Asia Pacific Higher Learning Sdn Bhd at this Account No:

   RHB BANK – 21234900044617

   SWIFT CODE – RHBBMYKL

 

8. Dead line for payment;

§  20th February 2018

Please be informed that penalty will be charged as follow for those students who make late payment after 20th February 2018:-

                 a)   February 21st to March 11, 2018  

                          Additional of 10% fees upon the normal fees

                b)    March 12 to March 18

                         Additional of 20% fees upon the normal fees

9. Children below 12 years old are STRICTLY NOT ALLOWED


Thank you.

REGISTRAR

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Department of Surgery, Hospital Raja Perempuan Zainab II, auditorium ACC, 5th floor Kota Bharu

R. AMIN KALAAJI, MD, PHD
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International Conference on Contemporary Health Issues and Environmental Impact

Department of Zoology, Sarojini Naidu College for Women , Kolkata, India in collaboration with The Department of Zoology, West Bengal State University and Lincoln University College,Malaysia Organized the conference on November 30, 2017 at Sarojini Naidu College for Women, Dum Dum, Kolkata, India.

E-Mail Writing Skills

Lincoln University College have successfully organised an 'E-Mail Writing Skills' workshop on 20/12/2017 (Wednesday) at Wisma Lincoln. Training is conducted by Mr. Mohd Azmi Yaakub, Executive PA, Chancellery Office & HRDF Certified Trainer.

Congratulations to all participants!

International Conference on Recent Trends in Osteoarthritis

International Conference on Recent Trends in Osteoarthritis

Date : 18th January 2018
Venue : Lecture Hall, Lincoln University College, Kelana Jaya

International Workshop on Anti microbial Stewardship

International Workshop on Anti microbial Stewardship      Date: 24th January 2018
Organized by: Lincoln University College, Malaysia

MOU Signing with Rajas Dental College

Lincoln University College (LUC) has added a golden page in its history on   27th December, 2017 by signing the MOU with Rajas-Dental-College. Chairman Prof Dr Jacob Raja was present from Rajas Medical Institutions. Professor of Periodontics & Vice Principal Dr J. Johnson Raja from Rajas Dental College was present during this occasion. From Lincoln University Datuk Prof. Dr. Hajjah Bibi Florina Abdullah (Pro Chancellor) and Prof. Dr. Amiya Bhaumik (Vice Chancellor) was present to grace the event. Along with them there was some others members also who attended this MOU signing occasion. Among them Dr. S.T. Gopukumar and Nivas Subramanian (TIMER staff)were also present.  The MOU was signed by Prof. Dr. Amiya Bhaumik (Vice Chancellor of LUC) and Prof Dr Jacob Raja (Chairman,Rajas Medical Institutions). This MOU will be beneficial for both colleges where students can learn more about dental studies.

Online Education Management System Workshop - 2017 with Bhutan Delegates From Thimphu Thromde , Bhutan

Lincoln University College has initiated 5 days Online Education Management System [EMS] workshop - 2017 collaboration with Bhutan

5 Govt. Official From Thimphu Thromde  visited Wisma Lincoln campus for the hands on training session from 8th December 2017 to 12th December 2017 and the training was given by Mr Manojit Debnath.

Evidence of Korea

Prof. Zulkarnain Hatta, Dean Faculty of Social Science, Arts and Humanities, Lincoln University College  represents Malaysia and deliver a talk on "Social protection for informal workers in Malaysia" in The 12th Social Experts Meeting (Social Protection for informal Workers), on 20th and 21st November 2017 at Seoul, Korea.

The Importance of Letter Writing Skills

We are please share the below article about 'The Importance of Letter Writing Skills' written by Mr. Mohd Azmi Yaakub, published on local newspaper, Sinar Harian yesterday (30/11/2017).

Workshop on Official Letter Writing

We are pleased to inform that we have successfully conducted an Official Letter Writing workshop today (29/11/2017) at Wisma Lincoln. This program was attended by LUC staff and students.



Congratulations to all participants!

Samaroh 2018

Siva Sivani Institute of Management in collaboration with Lincoln University College Malaysia Organizes SAMAROH 2018.Two Days International Conference on Digitisation of Business & Analytics a key Driver in the Paradigm Shift, February 11th(Sunday) and 12th(Monday),2018.

Lincoln University College (LUC), Malaysia joins hands in Collaboration with Haldia Institute of Technology (HIT), West Bengal, India

Lincoln University College (LUC) has added a golden page in its history on 20th November, 2017 at HIT, West Bengal, India, by signing the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between  Haldia Institute of Technology, West Bengal, India and Lincoln University College, Malaysia. The MoU was signed by Prof. Dr. M. N. Bandyopadhyay (Director, HIT) and Mr. Srikrishna Banerjee (Director of Collaborative Studies, LUC) on behalf of Prof. Dr. Amiya Bhaumik (Vice Chancellor, Lincoln University College, Malaysia) in the presence of Dr. Lakshman Chandra Seth (Chairman, HIT) and Mr. Asish Lahiri (Secretary, HIT).  

Lincoln University College received 5 Star in SETARA 2017 by KPT(Ministry of Higher Education)

'EVERY GREAT ACHIEVEMENT IS THE VICTORY OF A FLAMING HEART'.
It is the time to celebrate the victorious achievement of Lincoln University College (LUC). LUC has been awarded the 5-star rating, by the rating system of MQA (Malaysian Qualifications Agency), Malaysia named as SETARA for its excellence in the field of education for providing magnificent knowledge and perception among the students for over than a decade. SETARA is the Rating System for Higher Education Institutions in Malaysia that measures the quality of teaching and learning based on the Malaysian Qualifications Framework (MQF). Datuk Dr Hjh Bibi Florina Abdullah, Pro Chancellor, received this milestone award from the Ministry of Education on behalf of Lincoln University College, Malaysia. Hearty Congratulations to all the alumni and present students and each and every member associated with Lincoln University College. 

TV interview of Dr Rahimah


Lincoln University College got 5 Star in SETARA 2017 by KPT(Ministry of Higher Education)

Datuk Dr Hjh Bibi Florina Abdullah, Pro Chancellor receiving the 5 Star award from Ministry of Education on behalf of Lincoln University College

Notice of Student Evaluation of Lecturers and Department

Dear all respected Deans,

The process of Lecturersand Department Evaluation will be starting from 23rd October 2017 till 06th November 2017 (2weeks only).  Kindly inform to all the studentsunder your Faculty to do this evaluation in their LLS portal urgently. After 06th November 2017, the system will be closedautomatically. For those students who did not do this evaluation, their systemwill be blocked and they will not able toview their current semester examination result.

Kindly print and paste theStudent Evaluation of Lecturers and Department MEMO, reference no: MOSLE02/2017 on your Faculty notice board by today. Your cooperation is greatlyappreciated.

Thank you.

Pn. Norhafizah Bt Mohd Rupi

Registrar
Lincoln University College.

ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON “JAVA PROGRAMMING”

FACULTY OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND MULTIMEDIA

ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON “JAVA PROGRAMMING”


ABOUTTHE WORKSHOP

This workshop will give participants insight and hand-on experience on writing and developing Java program with proper syntax and do & don’t guidance from engineering perspective in software development. Participants will also learn how to build stand alone Java application, learn it’s logical and data flows, and eventually able to design and develop their own Java Application after finishing the workshop.

 

Modules:

 * INTRODUCTION TO JAVA

 * OOPS CONCEPTS AND THEIR IMPLEMENTATION IN JAVA

 * PACKAGES

 * EXCEPTION HANDLING

 * MULTITHREADING

 * STRING HANDLING

 * APPLETS

 

Registration Fees:

  • LUC Member : RM 150/-

 

For Registration Contact:

Mr.Balaganesh

DeputyDean,

Facultyof Computer Science and Multimedia

Lincolnuniversity College

Mobile:+601115205318

Email: balaganesh@lincoln.edu.my

Event Information:

       Date : 11th November 2017

             Venue : Network and Cyber SecurityLab

             2nd Floor, Block C, Wisma Lincoln

             JIn SS 6/12, Petaling Jaya, 47301

             Selangor, Malaysia

ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON “BIG DATA ANALYTICS”

FACULTY OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND MULTIMEDIA

ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON

“BIG DATAANALYTICS”


ABOUTTHE WORKSHOP

The workshop will provide an insight to the aspirants to implement their own Big data environment using various open source tools, which can induce the irresearch and development activities at faster pace.

At theend of the workshop the participants will be able to establish their own HadoopEnvironment and proceed with their further research and development on Big DataAnalytics.

Modules :

  • Introduction to Big Data
  • Hadoop – Big Data Framework
  • Hadoop – Internals
  • Mapreduce Programming.HDFS Hand-on
  • No SQL DB – PIG with Hands-on
  • Data Warehousing Techniques – Hive with Honds-on
  • Column Oriented DB – Hbase with Hands-on
  • Research Issues in Big Data

 

Registration Fees:

  • LUC Member : RM 150/-

 

For Registration Contact:

             Mr.Balaganesh

             Deputy Dean,

             Faculty of Computer Science and Multimedia

              Lincoln university College

              Mobile:+60 1115205318

              Email : balaganesh@lincoln.edu.my


Event  Information:

       Date : 28th October 2017

             Venue : Network and Cyber SecurityLab

             2nd Floor, Block C, Wisma Lincoln

             JIn SS 6/12, Petaling Jaya, 47301

             Selangor, Malaysia

ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON “ETHICAL HACKING & INFORMATION SECURITY”

FACULTY OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND MULTIMEDIA

ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON

“ETHICAL HACKING& INFORMATION SECURITY”


ABOUTTHE WORKSHOP

Ethical hacking Workshop will teach you how to protect yourself from the cyber attack sand make yourself come to know how to secure your organization and your personal pc from the cyber-attacks and malwares.

In the whole session we will come to know what type of attacks we are facing in our daily life when we are using internet and how our data can be steal by a Hacker. How to protect us from this kind of attacks and counter measures,solutions for each and every attack will get discussed thoroughly. And finally by the end of the session u will be in the position to keep your system under your control and get protected from anonymous attacks.

Module 1:

  • Importance of Information Security
  • Elements of Security
  • Various faces of Hacking Cycle
  • Type of Hacker Attacks
  • Hacktivism
  • Ethical Hacking
  • Vulnerability Research and Tools
  • Steps for conducting Ethical Hacking
  • Computer Crimes and Implications

Module 2:

  • Overview of Reconnaissance Phase
  • Introducing Footprinting
  • Understanding the Information Gathering Methodology of Hackers
  • Understanding Competitive Intelligence Gathering
  • Tools used for Footprinting
  • Steps to Perform Footprinting

 

Registration Fees:

  • LUC Member : RM 150/-

For Registration contact:

  Mr.Balaganesh

  Deputy Dean

  Faculty of Computer Science and Multimedia

  Lincoln University College

  Mobile : +60 111520 5318

  Email : balaganesh@lincoln.edu.my

Event  Information:

      Date : 4th November 2017

             Venue : Network and Cyber SecurityLab

             2nd Floor, Block C, Wisma Lincoln

             JIn SS 6/12, Petaling Jaya, 47301

             Selangor, Malaysia

ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON “LIGHT WEIGHT APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT FOR ANDROID”


FACULTY OF COMPUTERSCIENCE AND MULTIMEDIA

ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON

“LIGHTWEIGHT APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT FOR ANDROID”


ABOUTTHE WORKSHOP

This workshop will create awareness and enrich knowledge for researchers and academicians to develop an App that Work on Android Phones using Ionic, which makes the application work faster and efficiently.         

Ionic is a powerful HTML 5 SDK that helps you build native-feeling mobile apps using web technologies like HTML,CSS, and JavaScript. Ionic is a light weight application development program.      

Modules:

  • Native vs Hybrid Apps
  • Introduction to Ionic
  • UI Components
  • Ionic CLI
  • Hands-On: Build Mobile App

 

Registration Fees:

  • LUC Member : RM 150/-

 

For Registration Contact:

Mr.Balaganesh

Deputy Dean,

Faculty of Computer Science and Multimedia

Lincoln university College

Mobile:+601115205318

Email: balaganesh@lincoln.edu.my

Event  Information:

       Date : 21st October 2017

             Venue : Network and Cyber SecurityLab

             2nd Floor, Block C, Wisma Lincoln

             JIn SS 6/12, Petaling Jaya, 47301

             Selangor, Malaysia




Indonesia Smp Almazaya Islamic School Banjarmasin Indonesia students at Lincoln University College

Indonesia Smp Almazaya Islamic School Banjarmasin Indonesia students at Lincoln University College

Important keys to healthy eating

CHRONIC non-communicable diseases (NCDs) pose one of the greatest threats to public health and economic growth at national and global levels. In addition to healthcare costs, NCDs contribute substantially to costs associated with lost productivity.
According to a report from our Health Ministry, 73% of deaths among Malaysians are caused by NCDs. Such diseases are also being detected among young people every year.
Diseases categorised as NCDs are hypertension, type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. NCDs are directly associated with people’s unhealthy lifestyle such as smoking, being sedentary and bad eating habits .
Choosing healthier foods is easier than many people think. By changing just a few eating habits, we can make a big difference to our diet.
Return to slow food from fast food. Fast food means that the food has travelled several thousand kilometres to reach our plate. These foods are highly processed and contain large amounts of carbohydrates, high fructose corn syrup, unhealthy fats and sodium that can have serious adverse effects on our metabolism.
On the other hand, slow food means food is fresh, locally produced and consumed, should be free of chemicals and also tastes better. These foods are more nutritious and beneficial to both producers and consumers.
Replace white food. Avoid refined sugar and white flour as these have been stripped of their nutritional benefits (empty calories) and contain simple carbohydrates that are very harmful to the human body. Simple carbohydrates will quickly enter the blood stream and spike our blood sugar level. Replace refined sugar with jaggery (gula merah) which is nothing but sugar cane juice evaporated to dryness without adding any chemical or additive.
Jaggery is a complex carbohydrate that is a good source of iron, calcium, phosphorous, thiamine, riboflavin and niacin.
For refined white flour, all the good nutrients (bran and germ) have been removed from the grain, leaving only the endosperm which has little nutritional value and empty calories.
White flour is also a high glycaemic food that can cause quick spikes in blood sugar levels and produce obvious problems for diabetics.
The glycaemic index (GI) ranks carbohydrate foods based on how quickly the body turns them into glucose (blood sugar), provoking an insulin response. It is usually interpreted in the glycaemic index scale to check how good or bad they are:
> 55 or less – Low (good)
> 56- 69 – Medium
> 70 or higher – High (bad).
Unfortunately, most of the food we eat today, like bread, white pasta, cookies, pizza and other baked goods, are made mainly with white flour. Food made of whole wheat flour are good alternatives.
Reduce salt, red meat and dairy products. Commonly cited guidelines suggest that excess salt causes our body to retain water. This, in turn, causes pressure on our heart and blood vessels. High blood pressure is the most troublesome result.
Three-fourths of our salt intake comes from processed foods while 5% is added in cooking and 6% at the table. Another 12% occurs naturally in food. Managing our salt intake is actually very difficult and the only alternative is to cook all our food from scratch.
Reduce dairy products together with red meat as they are high in saturated fat and have been convincingly linked to NCDs. There is some evidence suggesting that milk probably protects people against some cancers but processed cheese and diets high in calcium have been shown to increase risk of disease.
Revive the good old past. In olden times, vegetables and fruits were the main components of people’s diet. Increase the consumption of grains such as wild rice, barley, brown rice and millet and legumes in their natural state. Researchers have found that eating a variety of fruits and vegetables every day can reduce the risk of certain cancers.
The World Health Organization recommends eating 400g of fruits and vegetables daily and up to 10 portions per day.
However, there is no one food that can give all nutrients our body needs. Three important keys to healthy eating are variety, balance and moderation.
DR SIVAKUMAR KALIYAMOORTHY
Faculty of Hospitality & Tourism
Lincoln University College
Petaling Jaya

News Link -
http://www.thestar.com.my/opinion/letters/2017/09/18/important-keys-to-healthy-eating/

Biorisk Management Workshop Report

Lincoln University College, Faculty of Science academic staff members, Dr. Asita Elengoe, Dr. Farhat A. Avin, Dr. Farzana Yasmin, Ms Hema Shangkari A/P Poobalan , Mohamed Adam bin Shahul Hameed and Laboratory Technician Mohd Amer Shah attended ‘Biorisk Management Workshop’ which organized by Malaysian Biosafety & Biosecurity Association in collaboration with Universiti Malaya at Holiday Inn Kuala Lumpur Glenmarie. It was held on 12 to 13th September 2017. During the workshop, Mr.Joel, Dr. Saleha, Mr. Jonathan and Miss Lela gave talk on Biological Risk Assessment, Administration Controls, Standard Operating Procedures, Personal Protective Equipment, Engineering Controls, Shipping and Transportation, Waste Management; and BRM: Roles and Responsibility.

Good planning could get you your dream job - Letters | The Star Online

Good planning could get you your dream job - Letters | The Star Online
Date : Monday, 11 Sep 2017
Body : EVERY university student’s dream is to be employed immediately after graduation. But what is the reality?
According to an Education Ministry report, 24% of university graduates remain unemployed even one year after graduation.
To make their dream a reality, students should start their preparation for employability right from their first year in university.
Work part-time in your chosen field during semester breaks or weekends to gain experience that will help you to apply the theory and skills you learn in the university at your workplace and make you understand the realities of working life. Exposure to the industry will also boost your confidence level and help you to develop a positive outlook on life at work.
According to the experts, employers always complain that fresh graduates do not possess vital soft skills like communication, public speaking, English language, critical thinking and problem-solving.
Several institutions offer short courses on soft skills, so enrol yourself in one to increase your chances of getting employed.
Having an effective resume would also help you to secure a job. During a career day conducted by a leading hotel chain in Kuala Lumpur, it was mentioned that human resource personnel usually spend less than two minutes to go through an applicant’s resume. Applicants are therefore advised to prepare a resume that is not more than two pages long and which highlights their critical skills, knowledge and qualification that are pertinent to the job.
Use social networking to your advantage. Create an account in business and employment-oriented social networks like LinkedIn when you’re in the final year of your studies. It could be used for professional networking with employers posting jobs and job seekers posting their CVs.
Above all, be practical. Discuss with your lecturers and attend career fairs to find out the starting salary of fresh graduates in your field. Recruitment experts say many fresh graduates fail to secure a job because of their unrealistic demands like high salary and additional benefits. Take your first job offer even if the salary is below your expectations in order to gain experience.
DR SIVAKUMAR KALIYAMOORTHY
Faculty of Hospitality and Tourism
Lincoln University College
Petaling Jaya



 http://www.thestar.com.my/opinion/letters/2017/09/11/good-planning-could-get-you-your-dream-job/

International Conference on Healthcare and Allied Sciences

International Conference on Healthcare and Allied Sciences
(In conjunction with National Science Day, Malaysia)
Place : Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Date : 
9th and 10th November 2017



Web: 
http://ichas2017.lincoln.edu.my/

Email : ichas2017@lincoln.edu.my

Lincoln’s Research in Nigeria


Lincoln is proud to share that a research article on the topic “ Evidence for decreasing sperm count in African population from 1965 to 2015” by Dr. Pallav Sengupta, Faculty of Medicine and Dr Sulagna Dutta, Faculty of Science, along with other co –authors, has been published as a press release in Nigeria this week. The work is gaining interest and being conveyed to the common people for their knowledge

Lincoln joins hands with Sri Lanka

The Honorable Minister of Education from Sabaragamuwa Provincial Council of Sri Lanka and a team from KASP Learning Private Limited, visited Lincoln Kelana Jaya Learning site on 27th July 2017. The delegates were greeted by Prof. Datuk. Dr. Hajjah Bibi Florina Abdullah, Pro-Chancellor and Prof Dr. Amiya Bhaumik, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Datuk Dr. Abdul Gani Bin Mohammed Din ,D V C(ACADEMIC) and Dato’ Mohd Yusoff A. Bakar DVC, Students Affairs and Internationalization. The team was taken for campus visit followed by that MoU was signed between both the institutions.  The objective of the MoU was to extend academic resources in terms of degree and masters programs.


University’s dental clinic benefits students and public

PETALING JAYA: Although Lincoln UniversityCollege’s dental clinic serves as a training ground for its dental students,the institution also sees it as a way to give back to society by making dentalservices affordable and accessible to the public.

Speaking to FMT, LincolnUniversity College’s Faculty of Dentistry’s Professor Rahimah Abdul Kadir saidthe clinic is run by Year Three, Four and Five students who are supervised bythe university’s lecturers.

“At our dental clinic, members of the public canwalk in for screening and diagnosis, between Monday and Friday from 9.30am to3.30pm.

“After screening and diagnosis, furthertreatments such as non-invasive preventive measures, scaling, extractions, rootcanals and removal of wisdom teeth can be done by appointment.”

Rahimah said the dental clinic only charges aminimal cost as it was not set up with the aim of making profit.

Although the treatments are carried out bystudents, she said there was no reason for anyone to feel afraid as they aresupervised at all times by lecturers who are dental specialists by training.

“Of course, the more senior the student is, themore complex treatments they can do. In cases where a dental treatment is toocomplex, then the lecturer will take over and the students will observe.

“But the students can do almost anything exceptmajor treatments such as braces and cleft surgeries, as you have to be aspecialist to do that.”

Rahimah said the dental clinic in LincolnUniversity College’s Faculty of Dentistry in Petaling Jaya is fully equippedwith state of the art equipment and tools in keeping with the stringentstandards set by the Malaysian Dental Council (MDC).

“Dentistry is still very much a good career forthose who are interested in it. With dentistry, there’s no housemanship likedoctors, but graduates do have to serve one year in the public service.”

Rahimah said fresh graduates are given athree-year contract by the government and are required to fulfil one year ofcompulsory service.

“But the one-year service is different from ahousemanship, because the dentists will not be supervised once they enter thegovernment service. This means they will get a lot of exposure and experiencein that one year.

“So if you ask me, I feel it’s good if dentalgraduates serve out the three-year contract because of the exposure.

“Also in dentistry, if you want to specialise,then you have to have at least two years of continuous post-graduation workexperience.”

After the three years, she said the dentists canopt for specialisation, continue in the public service or move to the privatesector.

Established in 2002, Lincoln University Collegeoffers over 80 certificate, foundation, diploma, degree, master and doctoratecourses covering 10 disciplines including medicine, engineering, business andaccounting, hospitality management, computing and networking, dentistry,pharmacy, nursing and social sciences and humanities.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/07/31/universitys-dental-clinic-benefits-students-and-public/

Intensive Programme

Lincoln University College has initiated its 15 days intensive program for the MBA students of Globsyn Business School, India. 17 students headed by their Prof.Krishnendu Ghosh from the B school visited Wisma Lincoln campus for the inaugural session on 24th July 2017. Prof. Datuk. Dr. Hajjah Bibi Florina Abdullah, Pro-Chancellor and Prof Dr. Amiya Bhaumik, Vice Chancellor of Lincoln University College, presided over the session and welcomed the guest. After the inaugural session they were taken for the campus tour at Kelana Jaya learning site. During the 15 days visit the students will be provided with various trainings, intensive classes and industrial visit.

The Legendary Runner of Lincoln

Mr. Ravikumar Katta, Senior physiotherapist and Senior Lecturer of Physiotherapy department represented Lincoln University College in the Performance series Malaysia marathon at Penang on 9th July and Petaling Jaya half marathon on 23rd July 2017. He successfully completed 21 Km run and won the finishers medal.

LUC Health Screening and Promotion at Besut

On the 14th July 2017, Lincoln University College team up with a NGO (Pertubuhan Kami Peduli BESUT (We care Organization)) and was on the ground doing community work such as health screening and health promotion campaign. LUC KB Clinical Campus staff who participated in this event are:

1) Prof. Datuk Dr. Marzukhi (Dean of Medical Faculty)
2) Prof. Dr. Ahmad (Dean of Pharmacy Faculty)
3) Datuk Dr. Ghazali (LUC KB Clinical Campus)
4) Datuk Kamaruzzaman (LUC KB Clinical Campus)
5) Tn. Hj. Syed Mohd Nor (Senior Registrar, LUC KB Clinical Campus)
6) Dr. Wan Asim (LUC KB Clinical Campus)
7) Dr. Nik Arsyad (LUC KB Clinical Campus)
8) Mr. Zury Azreen (LUC KB Clinical Campus)
9) Mr. Subramaniam (LUC KB Clinical Campus)

Besides the above, 25 medical students from the LUC KB Clinical campus was also present to show their support and volunteerism and also with together the Marketing team.

Both the organisation had set up a booth right in the middle of Besut in the morning market. The team had been there since 8am and this community work carried out till noon. The health screening and promotion is really a good community service done as the team could see many peoples of various background pouring in to have a basic health screening and consultation advice by Medical Specialist. Amongst the service done was:
1) Registration of interested individuals
2) Basic interviewing and history taking
3) Weight measurement
4) Blood pressure measurement
5) Glucose measurement
6) Consultation by Medical Specialist
7) Health promotion

Students had played an important role in this program as they were promoting healthy lifestyle and also LUC in general for the student intakes. The Marketing team was also there to support this with its brochure and flyers of the LUC programs available.

In the end of the health screening program, more then 90 individuals had participated in this health screening and this is the first time both the organisation are doing this humanitarian work. There will surely be more participants in the near future as both the organisation have agreed to do this activity again and on a regular basis.

On behalf of the organizing committee, we would like to thank all those individual involve in this program as well and we would also like to extend this invitation to all LUC members to participate in this event in the near future.

 
To end this write up...I remember once our beloved CEO sending a message to staff... "If you walk alone, you will travel a distance. If we walk together, we will travel even further"...and to greater heights and achievement.

1st International Conference on Management and Human Sciences, 2017

1st International Conference on Management and Human Sciences, 2017.

(ICMHS, 2017)


Under the auspices of Conference Honorary President Prof.Datuk.Dr.Hajjah Bibi Florina Abdullah, Pro-Chancellor, Lincoln University College, the 1st International Conference on Management and Human Sciences, 2017, organized by the Lincoln University College, Malaysia, was launched on 15th of July 2017, at the Palace of the Golden Horses. The theme of the conference was "Developing the horizons of scientific cooperation among nations and building research capacities among youth and development leaders"; this was a 3 days conference starting from 15th July 2017 until 17th July 2017.

The opening ceremony of the conference was attended by more than 110 participants from various universities. Prof. Nasser Habtoor, Chairperson of the conference, welcomed the guests and researchers. In his welcome speech he appreciated the research papers presented to the conference and its importance in the development of education as well as research sectors.

In addition, the Vice Chancellor of Lincoln University College, Prof Dr. Amiya Bhaumik, stressed on the importance of the research activities in the development and education of any country, especially Malaysia.

He also focused the direction of Lincoln University College’s educational strategy to support and encourage researchers in order to increase the quality of the University and lead to offer better services to the Malaysian society and other targeted communities. 

Followed by this Professor Dr. Saleh Ali Basurah, the former minister of higher education - Yemen, pointed out the importance of establishing such scientific events in light of the scientific competition witnessed by the world today. He expressed his thanks and appreciations to the Malaysian Government and universities for giving the Yemeni PhD graduates, the opportunity to work at their esteemed universities. 

In addition, he reviewed the stages of the development of higher education in Yemen, where he recommended Yemeni researchers participating in the conference, to contribute towards the academic sector in Malaysia, and to take Malaysia as a pioneer example to achieve peace and peaceful coexistence for development and stability that can be implemented in Yemen in the future. 

His Excellency Mr. Abubacarr Jah the Ambassador of Islamic Republic of Gambia, Mr.Rushid Alkushab, Cultural Attaché  from embassy of Yemen, Dr.Sameer Karshman, Academic Attaché from Embassy of Libya and Mr.Humaid Al Tamimi, Director of Department of Administrative and Financial Affairs, UAE embassy preside over the conference. .

The number of articles accepted at the conference was 97, and 112 researchers from different universities from more than 20 nationalities (Malaysia, China, USA, Australia, India, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Yemen, Libya, Egypt, Sudan, Iran, Oman, Algeria, Jordan, Nigeria, Somalia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippine, Sri Lank, Nepal and Bangladesh) participated .
 

Study tour to Pantai Morib

Study tour



As part of the curriculum of 
event management subject, the students of BBA semester 7organized a study tour to Pantai Morib on 10-07-2017.During the tour, various sports activitieslike foot ball, cricket, mobile phone contest, raffle draw and few culturalactivities were conducted for both the students as well as lecturers.

 

At the end of the event, prizes were distributedto the winners. The event was self sponsored and organized by BBA semester 7(1505)intake students with the guidance of their lecturers and Dr. AbhijitGhosh, Dean Faculty of Business and Accountancy. The study tour proved to be successfulevent by developing the leadership and managerial skills among the students. Aspecial support was given by the student affairs department and K-support team.

 



It’s not ‘bangun pagi, gosok gigi’ as previously thought

Many Malaysians would’ve grown up singing the children’s song “Bangun pagi, gosok gigi”, a guide of sorts on the best way to start their day.

As the song goes, children are taught that upon waking up, they are to brush their teeth, wash their faces, wear their clothes, eat their breakfast, then head to school.

While there is no evidence to suggest that Malaysians have taken the song to heart, a veteran dentist says many people actually make the mistake of starting the day by brushing their teeth before having breakfast, leaving millions of bacteria to thrive in their mouth throughout the day.

In an interview with FMT, Professor Rahimah Abdul Kadir, an academician of over 41 years, spoke on dental health issues caused by our penchant for sugary foods, eating frequently and poor dental hygiene practices.

Bad eating habits and a common misconception

“Malaysians are more prone to cavities and gum disease and this is because of our eating habits.

“For one, a lot of our food is high in sugar and we eat ever so frequently. In other countries, people usually have three meals a day, but Malaysians love to have their teh tarik breaks, pisang goreng and late night suppers.”

Rahimah, who is the founding dean of Lincoln University College’s Faculty of Dentistry, explained that when people eat, the bacteria in their mouths act on the food. Within 20 minutes, this brings down the acid level of mouth fluids including saliva thus increasing the acidity levels in the mouth that subsequently attack the surface of teeth.

She added that food often also got lodged in the pockets between the teeth and gums and the longer it remained stuck, the more plaque and toxins would build up. Over time, these harden into tartar, which results in inflamed gums.

“That’s why we should brush after every meal. The problem is that many people wake up in the morning and brush their teeth because they are uncomfortable with bad breath.

“So many people start off brushing their teeth, then having their breakfast and heading out.”

Rahimah said that ideally, people should brush their teeth before and after breakfast although she was sure many would see this as impractical.

The better option she said, was to start the morning by rinsing their mouths with tap water and only brush their teeth and rinse their mouths with mouthwash after breakfast.

“When we rinse our mouth with water, we are expelling bacteria, leftover food, and dead tissue cells so we should rinse our mouth especially after each meal or every few hours throughout the day.”

Avoid using mouthwash too liberally

Rahimah said when rinsing, tap water sufficed and that people should resist the urge to use mouthwash every time they rinsed their mouth.

“The tap water in our country has been treated so its good enough to be used for rinsing. Maybe in lesser developed countries it could be harmful but still if you have any concerns, you can boil the water first.

“There are people who keep a bottle of mouthwash in the office to rinse their mouth, but we shouldn’t use mouthwash more than twice a day.”

Rahimah said although the benefits of mouthwash were well documented, overdoing it could make the mouth dry. She explained that this in turn would make the soft tissue on the inside of the mouth more prone to tears which could develop into ulcers.

“When our mouth is dry, we are also more susceptible to developing new tooth cavities.”

Listen up young people

Rahimah said it was worrying that gum disease was still prevalent among the young when it could be avoided with proper dental hygiene practices.

“The problem is that many people don’t even brush their teeth correctly. They tend to just scrub the teeth and neglect the pockets between the teeth and gums.

“The key is to brush in an outward and upward motion, with the brush between the gums and the teeth. To this end, investing in an electric toothbrush is a good idea, because when you use an electric toothbrush, you are cleaning one tooth at a time, so it’s much cleaner.”

Rahimah said young people should observe proper dental hygiene practices as failure to do so could lead to problems later on in life.

“It’s costly to treat dental problems. A lot of the equipment and medicines used are imported because we don’t produce them locally.

“Good dental hygiene is common knowledge, but many young people just don’t want to practise it and continue to eat foods high in sugar,” she said.

Lincoln University College was established in 2002, and offers over 80 certificate, foundation, diploma, degree, master and doctorate courses covering 12 faculties including medicine, engineering, business and accounting, hospitality management, computing and networking, dentistry, pharmacy, nursing and social sciences, as well as psychology and the humanities.


Summer Camp for the Korean students

Summer Camp

A summer camp is organized by Lincoln University College for the 14 students from Mokpo National Maritime University, Korea. The summer camp started on 17th July 2017 and will go until 12th August 2017. The objective of the summer camp is to offer the students with “the intensive English course”.

Lincoln at Nationwide run for the SEA Games

On the 14th of July 2017, Lincoln University College based in Kota Bharu Clinical Campus was invited to participate in the nationwide run for the SEA Games. This is a prestigious event and the last time Malaysia host it was back in the year 2001. Knowing that and how rare to be part of this great nationwide event, a team of 22 LUC students have participated in this event. This team was headed by Mr. Zury Azreen Azizul Rahman, LUC Lecturer.

The run started at 9am with some aerobics exercise to warm up the body and later a short speech was done by the Authorities to officiate the event. The run started by members of the Ministry and state Authorities carrying the light torch as a symbolic to the games tradition. The run was 7km long and LUC team followed on every point till the end.

The run ended by midnight and the LUC team was great full to be part of this event. All students were safe and what most is that we manage to contribute to being part of a great event with many experience and memories.

To end this write up...I remember once our beloved CEO sending a message to staff... "If you walk alone, you will travel a distance. If we walk together, we will travel even further"...and to greater heights and achievement.

Invitation from the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia

Invitation from the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia



The
Embassy of Indonesia at Kuala Lumpur welcomed Dato’ Mohd Yusoff A. Bakar DVC, Students Affairs and Internationalization, as representative of Lincoln University College on 11th July 2017. He was accompanied by Ms. Lina tio, Regional Marketing Manager, Lincoln. They had a meeting with Prof .Dr. IR. H. Ari Purbayanto, Education and Culture Attaché’. The primary goal of this meeting was to develop possible strategies and collaborations to increase students from Indonesia to study at Lincoln University College Malaysia.

Visitors from AIDAQ SERVICE CORP. Sdn Bhd

On 6th July 2017 Ms.Aida Hj.Ismail, General Manager of AIDAQSERVICE CORP. Sdn Bhd, visited Lincoln University College. Prof.Datuk.Dr.Hajjah Bibi Florina Abdullah, Pro-Chancellor of LincolnUniversity College greeted her. AIDAQ SERVICE CORP. Sdn Bhdis a company that offers skill based training to young entrepreneurs. It guidesto build business through the Government and private market place, startingwith the most basic steps. It is believed that this meeting will pay way forLincoln students to get the practical training in companies and hotels.

Lincoln University College reaches out to Orang Asli

PETALING JAYA: A fear of losing their ancestral land, has seen most of the Orang Asli of Pos Bihai, Gua Musang, Kelantan, preferring to continue living in forest areas, without proper sanitation.

“The government has built houses for the Orang Asli of Pos Bihai, but most of them don’t want to leave their ancestral land as they are afraid that if they do, it will be taken from them,” said Wan Azman Wan Ismail of Lincoln University College (LUC).

Wan Azman, who is from the Faculty of Pharmacy, 25 LUC pharmacy students and four lecturers recently took part in an outreach programme together with the Islamic Medical Association of Malaysia (Imaret) and Kay Adventure 4×4.

He added there were fewer than 20 people who stayed in the homes – equipped with facilities, rooms and a kitchen – which are an hour’s walk from the settlements in the forest.

The group carried out a public health campaign in Pos Bihai, which in recent times has made headlines over the blockades set up to prevent loggers from having access to forest areas in Gua Musang, Kelantan.

During their visit, the volunteers carried out health checks on the Orang Asli, dispensed medication, conducted lessons on personal hygiene and games.

Wan Azman said the lack of proper sanitation in the forest and insufficient awareness on hygiene issues among the people of Pos Bihai were a cause for concern.

He said that the main problems were lice, fungal infections and tooth decay.

“We gave them shampoo for the lice and also taught them how to use shampoo properly on their heads, to wash their hands properly and how to brush their teeth too,” said Wan Azman, who is the faculty’s deputy dean of student affairs.

“Many of them don’t even have toothbrushes, so we also gave them toothbrushes and toothpaste.”

Wan Azman said they also provided paracetamol (Panadol) – which the Orang Asli community there call “ubat kuat” and use for any ailment – as well as topical creams for fungal infections, stemming from the moist conditions in the forest.

He said the Orang Asli community still need contributions from the public, in the form of toothbrushes, clothes, shampoo, soap and toothpaste, which LUC will be collecting before the next trip.

Wan Azman said such trips were part of their pharmacy students’ curriculum on public health.

“As a pharmacist, you meet a lot of people from different backgrounds with different levels of understanding of their pharmaceutical needs.


“So it’s important for the students to have the knowledge and communication skills to ensure patients are given the correct medication, explanation and advice on their uses.”


http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/07/05/lincoln-university-college-reaches-out-to-orang-asli

IFTAR

The UAE Red Crescent Iftar RamadanProgramme was organized by Lincoln University College on behalf of Embassyof UAE on 13th June 2017 (Tuesday) at 7.00 pm at Lincoln KelanaJaya Learning Site. All the staff members and students attended this function. Mr.HumaidAl Tamimi, Administrative attaché’s of embassy of UAE, Mr.Edris Osman,Education Affairs Coordinator, UAE and officers from district education officewere present during the iftar. Prof. Dr. Amiya Bhaumik, Vice Chancellor welcomed the gathering. Prof.Datuk.Dr.HajjahBibi Florina Abdullah presided over the iftar party. The iftar started with theprayer padding the sense of peace, forgiveness, and brotherhood in every heart.

Nanomedicine Research Group of Lincoln at its new heights

Lincoln University’s Nanomedicine Research Group led by Associate Professor Dr. Satheesh Babu Natarajan has developed nanoparticles with papain enzyme for cancer therapy. To mark the success of the research his interview was published in New Straits Times.


Free Health Screening

Free Health Screening

Faculty of Nursing students of Lincoln University College organized a Free health screening for the students at  Wisma Lincoln Campus on 8th June 2017.

FACULTY OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND MULTIMEDIA CERTIFIED TRAINING

FACULTY OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND MULTIMEDIA

CERTIFIED TRAINING

In the field of Computer Science, an employee's set of skills must constantly be updated and expanded. Programming languages fluctuate in popularity from year to year, and new advances are made in networking and security technology. The completion of a short course or certificate program demonstrates knowledge of the latest tools and concepts, and can lend a distinct advantage in a competitive job market.

This Training programme is to produce and equip graduates with in-depth knowledge and skills that are essential to work as professionals in the software systems development and computer networking sectors.

FEE STRUCTURE:

FOR  PARTICIPANTS


 S.NO  

PROGRAMME                             

DURATION

    FEES              

CONDUCTOR         


1


Structured Query Language(SQL)


45 hours


RM 250


Mr.Balaganesh


2


Advanced Java Programming


45 hours


RM 250


Mr.Midhun


3


C++ Programming


45 hours


RM 250


Mr.Vivekanandam


4


Network Simulator 3 (NS 3)


30 hours


RM 300


Dr.Divya


5


Object Oriented Programming with C#


30 hours


RM 250


Dr.Intra Kanta Maitra


TRAINING SCHEDULE (IN-HOUSE PARTICIPANTS


  S.NO   
     TRAINING PROGRAM                        
     CONDUCTOR                  
     DAY                    
     TIME                      
VENUE                 
     
     1          
   
     Structured Query Language(SQL)                 
   
    Mr.Balaganesh                         
   
    Tuesday                      
   
   4:00 PM to 5:30 PM            

Network and Cyber Security Lab

     
     2                   
   
     Advanced Java Programming                           
   
    Mr.Midhun                                    
   
    Thursday                          
   
   10 AM to 11:30 AM

Network and Cyber Security Lab          
     
     3                
   
     C++ Programming                                          
   
    Mr.Vivekanandam                                
   
     Thursday                              
   
   4:00 PM to 5:30 PM                      

Network and Cyber Security Lab                
     
     4                     
   
     Network Simulator 3 (NS 3)                                    
   
    Dr.Divya                                                     
   
      Friday                                   
   
   10 AM to 11:30 AM                        

Network and Cyber Security Lab                     
     
     5                      
   
    Object Oriented Programming with C#                                   
   
    Dr.Intra Kanta Maitra                               
   
    3 July to 21 July                  
   
   3:00 PM to 5:00 PM                           

Network and Cyber Security Lab


Lincoln at Air

Lincoln at Air

Inconjunction with the International Nurses Day BFM 89.9 interviewed AssociateProfessor Lee Siew Hoon, Dean of Nursing Faculty Datin Hafizah Che Hassan andgraduate student Sakthi Parimsimam of Lincoln University College. Thisinterview was transmitted on 23d May 2017 with the title ” Three Generation of Nurses”, in order to honor the nurses whoplay an essential but often invisible role in health care system. 



http://www.bfm.my/three-generations-of-nurses.html


JOSEPH LISTER RESEARCH TRAVEL AWARD

Mr. Ghanarupan Subramanian, year 5 undergraduate dentistry student of Lincoln University College and winner of Joseph Lister Research Travel Award for preventive dentistry, dental public health research at International Assoc of Dental Research Malaysian Section Conference is been interviewed by New Straits Times


Medical Museum Visit

Holiday Adventure at Lincoln Medical Museum


The department of Biotechnology and Medicine Lincoln University College, hosted the “Medical Museum Visit “program for the School Children on 29th May 2017 at Kelana Jaya Learning Site. Around 40 students of SJKCC Puay Chai 2 from year 1 and Year 6 along with their parents and teachers visited Lincoln Medical Museum and Anatomy lab. Dr. Asita Elengoe, Lecturer, Department of Biotechnology, and Mr. Mohd Ameer Shah along with his team of Medical lab technologists arranged many interesting activities for the students. The students very curiously took part in these activities such as Eye testing, simple experimental demonstration to produce carbon dioxide, checking the heart beat with stethoscope, identifying the smell and so on. The objective of this event was to expose the school students to University life by creating awareness on importance of science. Hope fully this visit enhanced their interest in field of medical, life science and also motivated them to start digging for more knowledge.  It is to be noted that the Museum visit event was covered by the Star TV.

Connecting people with nature

In conjunction with World Environment Day (5th June) to Connect people with Nature, facultymembers from Department of Biotechnologyof Lincoln University College namely Dr.Asita, Dr. Farhat, Dr. Tapash, Dr. Idris and Dr. Farzana along with students ofBachelor of Biotechnology- Lester, Shrman, Muhammad Hanafi and Elina tookpart in Plantation activity at SJK(C) PUAY CHAI (2), Damansara. Lincoln distributed some Medicinal plants to propagatein the school premises.

10 Mins with iM4U fm street Team

Lincoln students took a break of 10minutes and had fun with iM4Ufm radio station cruise who hang out at WismaLincoln Campus this noon (25th May 2017). Students were excited toanswer their quiz and win exclusive goodies such as t-shirts, bags, hair wax,drinks, stickers, etc.

Joining hands to honor the teachers


Lincoln University College had the honor to join the Teacher’s Day Celebration organized by PPD Petaling Utama on 24th May 2017 at SJKC Sungei Way. Around 300 teachers who attended the celebration were presented with Lincoln goodies bags. Lincoln University College considers teaching an honorable and important profession and its goal is to see that every teacher is treated with the dignity, which is awarded to other professionals in society.

Lincoln hosts Ministerial visit

Lincoln University College received aministerial visit on 23rd May 2017. YB. Datuk Hj Talib Zulpilip, Minister in the Chief Minister’s office,(Intigriti & Ombudsman), Sarawak, paid a visit to Wisma Lincoln Campus.He was accompanied by Assoc. Prof. Dr.Bidin Chee Kifli, Malaysian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship, and Businessalong with Mr. Awang Mohammad Putra BinAwang Sopeion, Special Administrative Officer.

On arrival to the campus, the Minister waswelcomed by Pro-Chancellorof LUC, Prof. Datuk Dr. Hajjah Bibi Florina Abdullah. Prof. Dr. Amiya Bhaumik,CEO and Vice Chancellor, LUC highlighted particular aspects of thefacilities provided in Lincoln, whilst explaining how it is providing aninnovative curriculum to fill the well recorded technical skills gaps which areneeded to drive the nation forward. During the visit, the Minister met Dato’ Mohd Yusoff A. Bakar DVC,Students Affairs and Internationalization, Mr. Raja Gopal Muthusamy DVC, Administrative, Datuk Dr. Marzukhi Bin Md Isa, Dean Faculty of Medicine, Haji Mansor Fenner, Academic Director. At the conclusionof the visit, the Minister was familiarized with Lincoln University College andhad discussions about the possibilities of collaborations between Sarawak andLincoln in regards with Masters and PhD programmes.

Talk with the Deans

Talk with the Deans

Lincoln University Collegeorganized the event “Talk with theDeans” to preview the Medicine, Dentistry, and Pharmacy programmes on 20th May 2017 at its Kelana JayaLearning Site. Around 15 students with parents fervently attended theevent. The objective of the event was to create awareness and provide in depthinformation about these programmes. Dato' Dr. Marzukhi Bin Md.Isa, Dean Faculty ofMedicine, Prof. Dr. Rahimah Abdul Kadir, Dean Faculty of Dentistry andProf.Dr.Ahmad Bin Mahmud, Dean Faculty of Pharmacy assisted by their lecturers offered academiccounseling to the students and parents. Campus tour was also arranged, wherethe students and parents were exposed to the Anatomy lab, Dental lab, andPharmacy lab. The scholarship and financial assistance were explained by the staffmember of Marketing Department. Overall the event left a sign of hope andcontentment in the minds of both students and parents.

Physiotherapy- The Enthralled Department of Lincoln University College

Physiotherapy- The Enthralled Department of Lincoln University College
A team of 22 physiotherapists including students from Department of Physiotherapy, of Lincoln University College made its hat-trick by rendering their support as Medics (physiotherapy) in the Standard Charted Marathon KL on 21st May 2017. In the event of 35,000 participants, Lincoln physio team successfully managed to provide relief to the athletes from pain and strain.
It is also to be cherished that Mr. Ravikumar Katta, Senior Physiotherapist and Senior Lecturer from the same department successfully completed 42.2 Km run and won the medal. Lincoln is conceited that the whole team of physio not only brought honor but also fame to the University.

Nurses Day celebration

It’s Time to Celebrate Our Nurses!

Nurses Day celebration 2017 is taking place from 08.00am today,18thMay 2017 at Kelana Jaya Learning Site Campus, Lincoln University College  by welcoming public, LUC’s staffs and studentsto share the joy and happiness.

Pro-Chancellor of LUC, Prof. Datuk Dr. Hajjah BibiFlorina Abdullah whose isalso the Former First Director and Registrar of Nursing Board, Ministry ofHealth Malaysia proudly officiated Nurses Day Celebration by cutting the cake.In her opening speech she mentioned that the International nurse day iscommemorated on the anniversary ofthe birth of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing. She alsoadded that nurses are leaders that play a vital role in the reduction ofpoverty and developing harmony in the society. LUC nursing students are welltrained because they have gone through all the basic sciences with livingskills LUC is responsible to transform students to be the best nationaland international Nurses equipped with the right skills and attitude .In herconcluding note she request the lecturers and students to bring back the gloryof nursing in Malaysia.

Prof. Dr. Amiya Bhaumik, CEO and Vice Chancellor, LUC said that he always has great respect forNurses. He inspired the students by advising, not to limit themselves tohospitals and health care centers but to explore the opportunities in other avenuestoo such as aviation. Nursing students should manifest their hidden qualitiesand come out of the little cocoon to play a bigger role in society asinnovative entrepreneurs. He added on his vision to tailor curriculum of LUCprograms especially nursing by absorbing holistic approach and aimed to producejob creators, not job seekers.

Assoc. Prof. Datin Dr. HafizahChe Hassan, Dean of Faculty of Nursing along with staff members of the nursing facultyenthusiastically organized the event to increase public awareness about Nursesand their contribution in the health of community. Apart from it, the eventaims to enhance interpersonal relationship among staffs and students of nursingfaculty and other faculties/departments in Lincoln University College. TheFaculty of Nursing also aims to raise fund and contribute to community byorganizing talk to create awareness on sexual responsibilities and baby hatch.Blood donation, Health screening, Food sale, Jumble sale, Henna drawing,Peanuts guess & Win, Karaoke, Talk by the Orphan Care Foundation were thehighlights of the celebration.

Knowledge Investment workshop

With an objective to promote creativity and innovativeactivities, the Department of Postgraduateand Research, Faculty of Business and Accounting organized a trainingworkshop entitled "Knowledge Investment workshop on 18thMay 2017 at Wisma Lincoln Campus. 

The Knowledge Investment workshops, was developed and implemented by agroup of academics and professional researchers to employ the research andacademic knowledge generated by people and students; and to exploit their datain providing new or innovative products or services by transforming researchinnovations into investment able research projects. To enhance and encourageresearchers to work in a team spirit in all areas, overcoming the institutionaland geographic boundaries and the limits of specialties, colleges, and universities.The students where enlighten with the importance of the role of researchers andresearch outputs in promoting the establishment of small, medium andspecialized companies. 35 students from Lincoln University College and fromother Malaysian Universities, were beneficiated with this workshop

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