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Frequently ask questions related to matters on COVID-19 to all UKM students & staff.

Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia is concerned about the increasing number of positive cases of COVID-19 outbreak globally and Malaysia particularly. Proactive actions have been taken to ensure safety and control the spread of the virus. The following circulars and infographics are instructions and guidelines that can be followed to handle and prevent the transmission of COVID-19 in the university. Please read the respective  UKM's circulars and official statement available on this website.

All assemblies and activities are temporarily suspended. Refer to the  Circular of Department of Registrar - 10/2020.

Visit to UKM campus is not permission able and suspended as UKM is closed due to Movement Control Order imposed by the Malaysian Government from 14th March – 18th April 2020. Any scheduled visits within this period will be changed to a new date depending on the current situation

For more information about COVID-19, please contact the University Health Center at 019-2645072 or 016-6654442.

 

Go to the nearest Ministry of Health (MOH) Health Clinic for screening. If a quarantine order is issued, you should notify the University Health Center at 019-6245072 or 016-6654442. Here is the list of Ministry of Health (MOH) Health Clinic: http://www.moh.gov.my/

If you have symptoms of COVID-19 infection, you should take a screening test as soon as possible at the nearest Ministry of Health Malaysia (MOH) Health Clinic

If you are receiving treatment, you will be categorised as a person on medical leave and may be excluded from the learning session.

There will be no viva from the period of 14th March – 27th April 2020. All viva are suspended until 27th April 2020. Please contact the Deputy Dean (Postgraduate) Office or Head of Programme of the respective faculty / institute for a new viva date.

  1. If you are a student, you should inform the Dean/Director of faculty/institute and University Health Center at 019-2645072 or 016-6654442.
  2. If you are a staff, you should inform your immediate boss and University Health Center at 019-2645072 or 016-6654442.

  1. If you are in campus, please go and have yourself checked at COVID-19 Screening Counter at Kolej Ibu Zain.
  2. If you are back home, please go and have yourself checked at the nearest Ministry of Health (MOH) Health Clinic.

Movement Control Order (March 18 to April 14, 2020 ) to all UKM students & staff.

All operational services in UKM that includes offices, laboratories, faculties, institutes and other divisions are completely closed from 18th March – 14th April 2020 except for essential  services such as Security, Health Centre, Teaching Hospital, Information technology and finance department. If you have an important and urgent matters which requires you to come to UKM (Bangi/KL) Campus, please email to pdftar@ukm.edu.my Provide these details:

  • Title: Request to enter UKM (Bangi/KL) Campus on (specify the date to come)
  • Name:
  • UKM(PER) Number:
  • Date:
  • Time:
  • Reason To Come:
  • Place/ Building to go to:

Please provide the approval received to the security officer at the main gate.

  1. The person/entity that manages payment/ payroll activities is allowed to be in the office to conduct the payment process and return home immediately upon completion;
  2. All non-critical physical projects are suspended until this order is lifted
  3. Government servant that includes Academicians, Management and Professional Officers and Supporting Staffs is required to work from home. For this matter, staffs are allowed to bring home-related assets like laptop (with permission that depends on the job category) and documents that is NOT CLASSIFIED AS SECRET AND CONFIDENTIAL.  Guidelines to work from home is available at http://www.ukm.my/pendaftar/news/siri-2-2020-gpwfh/ UKM staffs are reminded to continue their duties and stay home during this period of time. Being present at the office is only allowed for critical purposes during certain time and is encouraged to work rotatively. Any attendance during this restricted time, must adhere to the following:
  • Essential Services Staffs: Please email to pdftar@ukm.edu.my Provide these details:
    • Title: Request to enter UKM (Bangi/KL) Campus on (specify the date to come)
    • Name:
    • UKM(PER) Number:
    • Date:
    • Time:
    • Reason To Come:
    • Place/ Building to go to:

Please provide the approval received via your email to the security officer at the main gate.

  • Postgraduate Students: Please email to pdftar@ukm.edu.my and cc to your supervisor/ faculty dean. Provide these details:
    • Title: Request to enter UKM (Bangi/KL) Campus on (specify the date to come)
    • Name:
    • UKM(PER) Number:
    • Date:
    • Time:
    • Reason To Come:
    • Place/ Building to go to:

Please provide the approval  to the security officer at the main gate.

  • International and Local Students Who Are Not Able To Return Home Due to Valid Reasons: List of name, Faculty and matric number must be sent to the office of Deputy Vice Chancellor (Student Affairs). This will be used as a reference to the UKM’s Security Officer. Random check-ups will be done by the security officers.

A total restriction on movement and mass gathering around the campus including religious activity, sport, social and culture starting form 18th March -14th April 2020. For Muslims, all religious activities by Islamic Centre of UKM that include Friday prayers are suspended in accordance with the decision of Mesyuarat Jawatankuasa Muzakarah Khas that was held on March 15, 2020.

Local students are encouraged to go home. All students (local and international) are advised to stay in Malaysia during this control movement order period. However, if this order cannot be adhered to due to some valid reasons, the international students are subjected to Malaysian Immigration Rules and the visiting country. UKM will not be responsible and cannot be held responsible since notice and reminders had been given.

No, you don’t have to do the online learning. All online learning has been suspended starting 18th March to 26th April, 2020 according to the Amendment of Vice-Chancellor Circular Number 1/2020 and Registrar Circular Number 13/2020. You can do your own personal study while you are at home during this period.

You do not have to do online learning platform for teaching as all online learning has been suspended starting 18th March  to 26th April, 2020 according to the  Amendment of Vice-Chancellor Circular Number 1/2020, Vice Chancellor Circular Number 2/2020 and Registrar Circular Number 13/2020. Teaching and learning activities will resume on 27th April 2020 unless there is  further notice that states otherwise. However as  a teaching academic you are required to prepare your online teaching materials using UKMFolio during the duration of 18th March – 26th April 2020, as the semester will resume on the 27th April 2020 using the online method or (face to face(if/when applicable)). Please refer to the Vice Chancellor Circular Number 2/2020 and the respective poster:

All teaching and learning activities in UKM stops until 26th April 2020. Please refer to the new Academic Calendar stated in the Registrar Circular Number 13/2020.

The new academic calendar for the academic session 2019/2020 is according to the Registrar Circular Number 13/2020.

The above calendar is for all Undergraduate Full Time Program at (Bangi Campus, Faculty of Health Sciences dan Faculty of Pharmacy) & Postgraduate Program (Bangi Campus, Faculty of Health Sciences dan Faculty of Pharmacy and Faculty of Medicine (except for Medical Specialist Program)

For other programs, it is as follows
Program: PhD in Dentistry, Postgraduate in Dentistry, Faculty of Dentistry
Mode: Online learning for all classes. If it’s not possible, face-to-face will be conducted. Clinical session will be arranged when its permissible.
Lecture Begins: 20th April 2020

Program: Year 1 – 5 Medical Degree (MD), Bachelor of Nursing, Faculty of Medicine
Mode: Online learning
Lecture Begins: 1st April 2020

Program: Bachelor of Science in Emergency Medicine, Faculty of Medicine
Mode: Online learning
Lecture Begins: 15th April 2020

Program: DBA & Masters of Business and Administration, UKM-GSB Graduate School of Business.
Mode: Online learning for all classes. If it’s not possible, face-to-face will be conducted.
Lecture Begins: 1st April 2020

Program: Distance Learning, Centre For Educational Extension  (PKP)
Mode:  Online learning
Lecture Begins: 30th March 2020

Any critical and urgent research works that involves culture cells, specimens and others form the same category, which requires the attendance in the campus must get the approval from the Registrar. Please email to pdftar@ukm.edu.my and cc to your supervisor/ faculty dean. Provide these details:

  • Title: Request to enter UKM (Bangi/KL) Campus on (specify the date to come)
  • Name:
  • UKM(PER) Number:
  • Date:
  • Time:
  • Reason To Come:
  • Place/ Building to go to:

Please provide the approval received via your email to the security officer at the main gate.

Only students that are not able to go home due to valid reasons are allowed to stay at residential college during this period of time (18th March – 14th April 2020). However, these students are REQUIRED to report themselves to the Housing Student Centre immediately.

Premises like cafeteria in the campus are open but limited. Cafeterias are open in these residential colleges:

  1. College Dato Onn
  2. College Aminuddin Baki
  3. College Ungku Omar
  4. College Burhanuddin Helmi
  5. College Ibrahim Yaakub
  6. College Keris Mas
  7. College Pendeta Za'ba
  8. College Hussein Onn
  9. College Tun Syed Nasir
  10. College Tun Dr Ismail

Please go to the main gate. Only the main gate will be operating for 24 hours. Gate 2 and 3 will be closed during this period of time.

Please refer to the organisation in which you undergo the internship. You need to work from home if instructed to do so by the organisation. Your internship supervisor from the university is not allowed to visit you until the Movement Control Order is lifted.

  • COVID-19 Health Screening:
    • Dr. Masdalina: 019-2645072
    • Dr. Azman 016-6654442
  • Security: 03 8921 5072
  • International Exchange Students:
  • International Students:
  • Academic: akad@ukm.edu.my
  • Student Affairs:
  • Academic Affairs:

If you wish to return to your home country during the implementation of Movement Control Order, you need to have a valid travel document but the permission is subject to Malaysian Immigration rules. UKM will not be responsible and cannot be hold responsible of any matters that occur during the period of you leaving the country since the advice to stay in Malaysia in this period of time had been given.

All sports facilities in UKM are closed during the implementation of Movement Control Order (18th March – 14th April 2020).

Yes you can remain in the campus/ residential college until 14th April 2020. After 14th April, it will depend on the latest announcement given by the Government and you will be notify by the university

You may apply to come to UKM and send an email to the Registrar. However only urgent and important reasons will be given approval, otherwise please stay home and abide to the Movement Control Order procedures. If you wish to come to UKM please email to pdftar@ukm.edu.my and cc to your supervisor/ faculty dean. Provide these details:

  • Title: Request to enter UKM (Bangi/KL) Campus on (specify the date to come)
  • Name:
  • UKM(PER) Number:
  • Date:
  • Time:
  • Reason To Come:
  • Place/ Building to go to:

Please provide the approval received via your email to the security officer at the main gate.

COVID-19: FAQ related to college residence from March 18 to April 14, 2020

Students are not allowed to leave their respective residential college areas except for specific or emergency reasons during this Movement Control Order period (18th March – 14th April 2020).

Any movement from residential college/campus should be reported to the officer at the Safety Post, Jalan Bunga Raya, at the main gate for record purposes.

During the implementation of Movement Control Order, you are subjected to The Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases Act 1988 and the Police Act 1967 issued by the Malaysian Government on March 16, 2020. Therefore, please abide to all the instructions issued by the authorities.

Any violation of the MOVEMENT CONTROL ORDER may be subject to detention under the Act 574 of the Penal Code by the authorities. The University shall not be liable for any action taken by the authorities for breach of the order.

Yes it will be open. The following is the list of cafeteria, which opens during the implementation of Movement Control Order (March 18 to April 14, 2020). Students can go to the cafeteria to buy food or call for a delivery service to college whose cafe service is not open.

Kolej Dato Onn
Telephone: 0193300564

Kolej Aminuddin Baki
Telephone: +60 11 6082 8803

Kolej Tun Syed Nasir
Telephone: 0192372700

Kolej Ibrahim Yaakob
Telephone: 0182334371

Kolej Tun Hussein Onn
Telephone: 0387397697

Kolej Tun Dr Ismail
Telephone: 0177566888

Kolej Ungku Omar
Telephone: 018-9884482

Kolej Pendeta Zaba
Telephone: 0136464451

Kolej Burhannuddin Helmi
Telephone: 0102258720

Kolej Keris Mas
3 Warisan SK Enterprise
Telephone: 0133507359

Is Catering
Telephone: 01110187127

Isbi Trading
Telephone: 0139670260

Hot Meal Bar Pusanika
Telephone: 0137811963

The food supply will be enough. If there is not enough food at the cafeteria, UKM’s Student Affairs Centre and Zakat Centre is also provides food for students in colleges through the cafeteria which opens during the implementation of Movement Control Order. Students are invited to pick up the food provided for FREE. Following is the schedule for food intake at the cafeteria:

 

Breakfast : 8.00 am – 10.00 am

Lunch        : 12.00 pm – 2.00 pm

Dinner       : 6.00 pm – 7.00 pm

For residential college, where the cafeteria is not operating, the nearby cafeteria will handle food preparation. The opened cafeteria will then send the food to the respective college. Food will be provided in the form of packed food to avoid mass gathering at the college cafeteria and students are encouraged to have their meal in their room.

Students who remain in campus may contact the Student Executive Council/ Residential Fellow during the implementation of the Movement Control Order if require any assistance at the college level:

  1. Yillson Yanggun (KKM) - 01132172438
  2. Sarah Adib (KTDI) - 0127065517
  3. Hanani (KTHO) - 0189590582
  4. Shamil (KRK) - 0172497237
  5. Fanie (KUO) - 013 9669707
  6. Afif (KTSN) - 0172911753
  7. Zamei (KDO) - 0166112406
  8. Jason (KIY) - 016-6926191
  9. Felo Fuad (KBH) - 014-2358602
  10. Felo Chang Ee (KIZ) - +60 12-905 7070
  11. Felo Maziah (KPZ) -+6 017-661 6253
  12. Felo Najmin (KAB) - +60 11 3330 4010

Student Affairs Center (HOTLINE)

  1. En. Asyraf Radzwan (012-9510714)
  2. En. Muhammad Afdzal (018-7744108)

 Student Housing Center

  1. En. Khaizulnizam Mohamad Zuldin (013-3400833)
  2. En. Danny Hamidon (013-3509215)
  3. Pn. Izzaty Farhana (012-6451163)

 

COVID-19: The Implementation of Final Examination of Semester II Academic Session 2019-2020

The assessment methods that can be used are continuous assessment and open book final exam. The explanation for each is given below:

Continuous Assessment:
For the courses where the assessment was set as final examination, the change in assessment method from final exam assessment to continuous assessment must be approved at the Faculty/Institute/Center meeting level and the minutes must be documented.

Online Final Exam
In the event that Faculty/Institute/Center wishes to conduct online final examination, the assessment process of the question shall comply with the prescribed procedure as in the assessment process of conventional examination question. Implementation methods and assessment methods must be managed at the Faculty/Institute/Center level.

There will be no viva from the period of 14th March – 27th April 2020. All viva are suspended until 27th April 2020. Please contact the Deputy Dean (Postgraduate) Office or Head of Programme of the respective faculty / institute for a new viva date.

Procedures For Students Who Are In The Country Which Is Currently Enforcing "Full Lockdown"

Here are the procedures for students who are in the country which is currently enforcing “full lockdown”.

  1. Contact the International Relations Center of the host university to discuss about the mode of teaching and learning, accommodation and welfare during the full lockdown period.
  2. Next, please contact UKM Global (exchange@ukm.edu.my) and the Malaysian Embassy in the respective country.

    UKM Global will also contact the host university and the respective Malaysian Embassy.

  3. Any decision is subjected to the discussion between UKM, the host university and the Malaysian Embassy.
  4. You must constantly report your current situation to UKM Global by emailing to exchange@ukm.edu.my 

Home Medicine Delivery Service

You can get your medicine via the Home Medicine Delivery Service provided by Department of Pharmacy of Hospital Canselor Tuanku Muhriz (HCTM). Here are the procedures:

  1. Check your medicine supply balance at home.
  2. If the medicine supply is insufficient, Whatsapps the Pharmacy at 018 968 2218 and provide  your name, RN number and your home postcode for qualifying screening.
  3. If the you are eligible, the medicine will be sent directly to the specified address. The medicine  given is for 2 months supply.
  4. If the you are not eligible, you may use the Call and Take Drive-Thru Service.

 

Yes, you will be charged for this service. The charging rate starts from RM5.30 (subject to the weight of the parcel) and it must be paid in cash upon delivery (COD).

The operation time for this service is as follows:

Monday-Friday: 8.30am- 4.30pm

For more information please call:

03-9145 8241/ 03-91456990

018 968 2218 (Whatsapp only)

Call And Take Drive-Thru Service

Here are the procedures for you to use the service:

  1. Check your medicine supply balance at home.
  2. If your medicine supply at home is inadequate, please contact the pharmacy at 03 91458241/03 91456990 at least a day before taking the medicine. The pharmacy staff will let you know the date for you to come and take the medicine.
  3. The medicine can be taken at the drive-thru at Medically Assisted Conception (MAC) lobby of Hospital Chancellor Tuanku Muhriz (HCTM) on the date given by the pharmacy staff. Please provide your name, RN number and Call and Take Service serial number while dealing at the drive-thru counter.

The operation time for this service is as follows:

Ordering the Medicine Supply:
Monday-Friday: 8.30am - 4.30pm

Getting the Medicine Via Call and Take Drive-Thru Service:
Monday-Friday: 10.30am - 12.30pm

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