Give a bowl of rice to a man and you will feed him for a day. Teach him how to grow his own rice and you will save his life.
Head of Department of Information Technology. MBA (General), Open University Malaysia, BIS, University of Western Sydney, Australia
She has been working at Tafe College since 1992. She graduated with a Diploma in Computer Science from ITM Shah Alam and started her career as a lecturer in Department of IT. Pursuing her studies, she obtained Bachelor of Information System from UWS Australia in 1995. In 2009, she graduated and been awarded with MBA from Open University Malaysia. Her career pathway from a lecturer continued to Principal Lecturer, Assistant Head of Department and currently she is serving as the Head of Information Technology Department. She has taught more than 2 thousands students from multi-racial and background both local and international students in certificate and diploma levels for the past 24 years of service in Tafe College. Courses that she has taught includes Engineering Computing, Computer Applications, Programming in C++, Relational Database Modeling and Design, Introduction to Database, Internet Programming, MIS, Data Communication, Project Management, Micro Computer Architecture and SAD.
Fully involved in the COPPA exercises, preparation and documentation for Diploma in Information Technology and Certificate in Computing intended for MQA submissions. Committed to the vision of Department of IT that is “To assist students to be innovative and train them to be leading technocrats to fit into jobs without the need for retraining”, she is drive herself towards the achievement and the betterment of the department as well as the college.