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TIMETABLE OF FINAL EXAMINATION
SEMESTER II, 2014/2015 -FEBRUARY(13 - 20 Jun2015)
COURSES

CODES

SECT

QTY
STDN

LECTURER

INVIGILATORS
(H = Head)

VENUE

EXAM DATE/TIME

KL
1.
UDE1123
UBSE1123

18
8
19

05

Organization Behavior &
Development (OBD)

01
03
04

17

Dr. Mozhdeh Mokhber
Dr. Nomahaza Mahadi
Dr. Nik Hasnaa/
Dr.Wan Normeza
Dr. Amin Vakilbashi

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Dr. Mozhdeh
Mokhber (H)
Dr. Nomahaza Mahadi
Dr. Nik Hasnaa
Dr. Wan Nomeza
Dr. Amin Vakilbashi
Support Staff

Dewan Besar,
UTM KL
13/6/2015 (SAT)
9.00am – 12.00pm

Total Students: 62
1.
Negotiation and Strategic
Decision Making (NEGO)

MRC4073
MBSA 2253

01

24

Tan Sri Prof. Ir. Dr. Mohd
Zulkifli bin Tan Sri Mohd
Ghazali

2.

Tan Sri Prof. Ir. Dr.
Mohd Zulkifli bin Tan
Sri Mohd Ghazali (H)
Support Staff

Total Students: 24

Room 3&4,
Level 12,
Menara Razak

UPDATED: 20th MAY 2015
COURSES

CODES

SECT

QTY
STDN

LECTURER

INVIGILATORS
(H = Head)

VENUE

EXAM DATE/TIME

Dewan Besar,
UTM KL

13/6/2015 (SAT)
2.00pm – 5.00pm

Dewan Besar,
UTM KL

14/6/2015 (SUN)
9.00am – 12.00pm

Dewan Besar,
UTM KL

14/6/2015 (SUN)
2.00pm – 5.00pm

KL
Management & Cost
Accounting (ACCT)
Operation & Project
Management (OPM)
Business and Growth
Strategy- BIGS (DBA)

Marketing Management
(MKTG)

Financial Management
(FM)

Quality & Change
Management (QCM)

Economic Analysis (ECON)

Research and
Development
Management –R&D Mgt
(DBA)

MBSA1413
MRC1413
MRF1023
MRD1023

01
03
05

22
17
18

Dr. Zarina Abdul Salam
Dr. Zarina Abdul Salam
Dr. Nor Aiza Mohd Zamil

MRA 2123

01

8

Dr. Firend Rasheed

PBSA 2243
PRBA 2243

01

5

01
03
04

2.
3.
4.
5.

Dr. Zarina Abdul
Salam (H)
Dr. Nor Aiza Mohd
Zamil
Dr. Firend Rasheed
Dato’ Anuar
Support Staff

Dato’ Anuar Md Nor

MBSA1313
MRC1313
MRF2023
MRD2023

1.

Total Students: 70
33
18
19

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Fauziah
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Fauziah
Prof. Dr. Abu Bakar A. Hamid

MBSA1453
MRC2413
MRF2013

01
03

24
5

Dr. Nazimah Hussin
En. Ismail Abdul Rahman

MRB2233

01

10

1.

2.
3.
4.

Assoc. Prof. Dr.
Fauziah Sh. Ahmad
(H)
Dr. Nazimah Hussin
Dr. Halim Shah
Support Staff

Dr. Halim Shah
Total Students: 109

MBSA1513
MRC1513
MRF1013
MRD1013

PBSA1133

1.
01
03

40
11

Dato’ Mohd Taib Hashim
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Abul Quasem

2.
3.

01

5

Prof. Dr. Hamdani Saidi

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Abul
Quasem (H)
Prof. Dr. Hamdani
Saidi
Support Staff

Total Students: 56

UPDATED: 20th MAY 2015
COURSES

CODES

SECT

QTY
STDN

LECTURER

INVIGILATORS
(H = Head)

VENUE

EXAM DATE/TIME

KL
Technology Management
& Innovation (TMI)

Managing IT for Business
(IT)

MBSA2143
MRC1113
MRD1043

MBSA1113
MRB2113
MRF1053

1.
01
03

01
03

13
0

28
7

Dr. Nomahaza Mahadi
2.

Dr. Dolly
Dr. Maslin Masrom

Dr. Nomahaza Mahadi
(H)
Support Staff

Total Students: 13
1. Dr. Maslin Masrom
2. Dr. Dolly
3. Support Staff
Total Students: 35

Dewan Besar,
UTM KL

Dewan Besar,
UTM KL

20/6/2015 (SAT)
9.00am – 12.00pm

20/6/2015 (SAT)
2.00pm – 5.00pm

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