COVID-19

Information, advice and guideline about work from home for our Department Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation)
Guideline
The Malaysia Government has imposed Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) nationwide since 18 March 2020 and it is expected to continue until 09 June 2020. During the period, our campus will be operating partially with most of the day-to-day operation conducted virtually (working from home) while certain services considered as “critical” and “essential”, will continue to operate physically within the campus, with minimal personnels.

We at the Department of DVC (Research & Innovation) is also adhering to the MCO and all the guidelines provided by the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Higher Education, and many others. While most of our research related activities is not currently considered to be “essential” and “critical”, we have come up with various information for those involved (particularly researchers and postgraduate students) during this MCO.

We hope that everyone in UTM will continue to be productive and engage in a more creative manner when we are working from home. Please feel free to browse through all the information we have right here, including guidelines and infographics. Most importantly stay safe and stay vigilant!

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NEW INFO (7/6/2020)

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NEW INFO (7/6/2020)

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NEW INFO (7/6/2020)

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