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Event Title
Keyword, Sequence, Importance (KSI): A Potential Technique for Quality Thesis and Publication
Date
26 Dec 2018 - 26 Dec 2018
Time
10.30 - 12.00
Location
Dewan Pertanian, Faculty of Agriculture, UPM
Event Summary
Dear students,

University Putra Malaysia (UPM) through its Faculty of Agriculture is organizing a seminar on Keyword, Sequence, Importance (KSI): A Potential Technique for Quality Thesis and Publication. Details are as follows:

Speaker: Dr Md Kamal Uddin (Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Agriculture)
Seminar: Keyword, Sequence, Importance (KSI): A Potential Technique for Quality Thesis and Publication
Date: 26 December 2018 (Wednesday)
Time: 10.30 am - 12.00 noon
Venue: Dewan Pertanian, Faculty of Agriculture, UPM

The Objectives of the above-mentioned seminar are as below:
• To introduce new idea for Scientific writing & Publication using Putra KSI (Keywords, Sequence, Importance) technique.
• To introduce mathematical formula for number of citations required in each chapter of thesis.
• To get benefits of using Putra KSI technique like as graduate on time (GOT) and fast publication in quality journals.

Seminar Focus

Writing a thesis is a very difficult part for the most postgraduate students. More often a postgraduate student is naturally in a dilemma during writing his or her thesis and compilation all chapters together. They cannot complete their theses within the allotted time due to insufficient knowledge on the subject matter of thesis, treatments and variables and their sequence of importance. Thus they are unable to complete the thesis within the stipulated time. Writing process of introduction, literature review, methodology, results and discussion will be explained in details using KSI technique. Finally, the writing system of summary, recommendation and abstract will be clarified. This KSI technique will provide the necessary steps to follow in writing a thesis and thereby saving time and graduate on time. The academic staff, research fellows, postdoctoral fellows, scientists and postgraduate students are expected to learn the skills and thereby supervise their supervises easily and timely. It is also expected that the aforementioned target group will also be able to conduct their own research works in the shortest possible time.

Updated:: 09/04/2019 [azimin]

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