Mobile Dental Clinic (MDC)
Mobile Dental Clinic (MDC) is a mobile clinic in which is equipped with the latest dental equipment. MDC is organized by the Dr.Nik Mohd Mazuan Nik Mohd Rosdy . Dental Mobile Clinic (MDC) which has commenced operations since June 2011. During the Mobile Dental Clinic (MDC), has moved to 22 points, including campus - UiTM campuses throughout Peninsular Malaysia. The students brought together to experience and practice their learning and at the same time giving them the opportunity to serve the local community.
Khidmat Masyarakat Kesihatan UiTM - Yayasan Bank Rakyat
Community Health Services Program organized by UiTM with the Bank Rakyat Foundation was held in three states at once that in Kampung Pasir Panjang Laut, Setiawan Perak, Kampung Bukit Pulau, Bukit Baru Melaka and Kampung Simpang Pelangai, Bentong Pahang from 25 to 27 November 2011. The program was attended by five faculties: Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Science and Health and Faculty of Sport and Recreation. Throughout the program various events have included health fairs and health screening. Faculty of Dentistry student involvement indirectly gave them valuable experience and can give confidence to students to face the outside community as well to practice the theory learned.
Projek Bakti Murni KPT, Wilayah Raja Alias Negeri Sembilan
On 30 September 2011 to October 1, 2011, a total of 16 students from the Faculty of Dentistry have been invited to join the Projek Bakti Murni KPT in Wilayah Raja Alias Negeri Sembilan. This program was organized by the Asia Pacific University College of Technology and Innovation (UCTI) in collaboration with the Ministry of Higher Education, Government of Negeri Sembilan and Felda. This program includes the participation of several institutions of higher learning, including Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (The University), Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM), National Defense University Malaysia (UPNM), Cyberjaya University College of Medicine (CUCMS) and several Polytechnics and community colleges.
Kemahiran Insaniah (KI)
KI is a structured program of lectures, small group discussions among students and activities designed to produce undergraduates with an ideal personality (Towering Personality). This program also concentrates on student’s development program based on the skills needed to improve the marketability and preparation of students to face the world of work. It covers aspects of generic skills that involve psychomotor elements related to non-academic skills such as soft skill development, knowledge and skill in communication, critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork, leadership, positive values and continuous learning. It is an approach introduced by the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia (MOE) to develop human capital and producing graduates who possess and the marketability of high level.
This program is now delivered during Pemantapan Destini Siswa (PDS) and later on during last two semesters of the study in Module Finishing School (MFS). It is conducted by trained facilitators. Evaluation and assessment either as individual or peer group conducted for the module. The results of the assessment are carried out through the integration of data collection marks as a whole, involving all the components and uploaded into a database that is developed online called soft skills (e-KI) (Ref: Pekeliling TNC Bahagian HEP Bil 17/2013). Students are made compulsory to attend a program of soft skills module by the university's recruitment plans. Failure to do so allows the student to disciplinary action under Rule 24, Part II, and General Discipline in the Rules of Educational Institutions (Discipline of Students) Rules 1976. NLP is also conducted as part of MFS. Contents of NLP as is Summarised.
Mentoring is a means of providing help, guidance, and support to the students by the lecturers. A mentor is a volunteer role model, or leader, who is committed and consistent in maintaining the relationship with his or her students through mentoring. Each lecturer is assigned to look after ten (10) students until they graduate. A total of 30 lecturers have been appointed as Mentors for the Faculty. The report is submitted to Academic Faculty Meeting for attention and action. As of September 2016, the number of mentees was reduced to five per lecturer.