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Articles by Hazmilah hasan
Total Records ( 3 ) for Hazmilah hasan
  Hazmilah Hasan , Zanariah Jano , Noraida Abdullah , Hanipah Hussin and Lennora Putit
  The objective of this study is to reveal the degree to which prerequisite of foundation knowledge and skill obtainable through institution of higher education might influence prospective graduates’ employability proficiencyin terms of interpersonal and enterprise skills. An exploratory factor analysis was used to verify factor structures that shape the foundation of this generic transfer. The results indicated that respondents were in conformity on how higher education program, internship, extracurricular activities and campus life could possibly influence employability proficiency at their respective workplaces. The present study could also lead any scholar to examine systematic changes in factors affecting employability proficiency in workplace in Malaysia as lecturers incorporate the remuneration of additional interactive teaching with the conventional literary practices entrenched in the engineering syllabus.
  Hasrin Mahadi , Norida Abdullah , Lee Mei Ph’ng , Hazmilah Hasan and Hafzan Ariffin
  Malaysian graduates normally lack soft skills such as self-confidence, positive attitude, job search skill and communication skill. The 68,473 Malaysian graduates were unemployed in 2013. Based on a report by MOHE in 2013, 25% of graduates fail to find work after graduation. The National Higher Education Research Institute (IPPTN) found that graduates are unable to be employed because of their weaknesses. The 84 technical engineering students (28 males and 56 females) from Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka were involved in the study. The objectives of the study are to study the relationship between self-esteem and career decision making as well as to identify the relationship between social support and career decision making among technical engineering students. The instruments that used in this research were the Rosenberg self-esteem scale, interpersonal support evaluation list and career decision-making self-efficacy scale. The relationship between self-esteem, social support, career decision-making and was validated using the structural equation model. The findings show that there are significant relationships between self-esteem and career decision-making as well as between social support and career decision-making.
  Hanipah Hussin , Kalthom Husain , Asiah Binti Hj Pilus , Hazmilah hasan , Cheong Kar Mee and Noorayisahbe Mohd Yaacob
  Batik is a unique cultural symbol for the Malay community. Innovation in the art of wax stamp on the cloth is Malay heritage has been documented and verified by western orientalises. The purpose of this study is first to analyze the efforts and innovations of batik art and development. Secondly, is to identify the necessary injections elements of science and technology and innovation to increase the potential of batik-making industry in the future. There are 49 industries involved in the study cohort. Research methods such as participating technique (participatory research) and observation was the main method of obtaining data. While the method of analysis of chronological time and old documents in the national archives are secondary methods in an effort to add complete analysis of the study. The results showed that there was an additional 45 percent of the effort that has been done to develop the batik industry development in Malaysia. The impact of this study is to recommend on the use of innovative computer-aided machine in printing batik. The future work should focus on how to use computer-aided machine in mass printing batik.
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