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 EDUCATION

KVC student presents project at international conference via Zoom

22nd May, 2020

KENINGAU: Being at home due to Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) did not stop a student from Keningau Vocational College (KVC) here to present his final year project at an international conference in science and technology research held in JGH Hauptbahnhof, Berlin, Germany, through Zoom application.

Mohd Sazali Jirin, 20, virtually presented his project on a special stand for grinder cutting for almost 10 minutes during the conference on May 15.

“During that 10-minute presentation, I introduced the stand and its functions, as well as feedbacks from users comprising KVC lecturers and students from the Welding Technology programme,” he said when contacted by Bernama here Thursday.

Mohd Sazali said it was his first experience of presenting his innovation project in an international conference. The student said he invented the tool as it was seen capable of easing grinder cutting work while ensuring a more precise measurement and proper position of the user.

Mohd Sazali said with the cost of less than RM200 and he hoped the innovation could be used by all KVC welding workshops.

Meanwhile, KVCdirector Johari Jaibet Sabin said the project would be published in an international journal.

He said the KVC, which had actively participated in research conferences locally and abroad, had also changed its strategy by joining online international conferences.

Prior to this, he said KVC lecturers and students had also presented their research innovation in Britain, France, Italy, Australia, Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore and Brunei. –Bernama

   
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