Iem Essays

  • Iem Pi Question

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    (EAC) under Board of Engineers Malaysia shall be the master guideline to refer for either developing or revising engineering curriculum. This is to ensure that engineering degree awarded by the institution of higher learning is recognized by BEM and IEM for registration as graduate engineer under Engineer Act 1967. Outcome based approach shall be adopted to ensure that student would acquire knowledge and skills. The first necessary curriculum content is engineering fundamental and knowledge. The

  • Iem Question 1

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    young engineer, you are instructed by your employer to prepare a bankable report for a prospective project based on the information provided by your employer. You have no access to ascertain the reliability of the information provided. In light of the IEM Regulations on Professional Conduct, how do you advise your employer so that you may complete your assignment with integrity? Engineering is a challenging profession compared to other professional profession. A challenge an engineer normally faced

  • Question 3 Iem

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    owned by Mr Z. Mr  Z tells Mr X that he is ordering the latest model of an electronic gadget for his company staff and he can get a set for Mr X at the company discounted price.  Engineer X   agrees and pays on delivery.  Did Engineer X breach the IEM   Regulations on Professional Conduct? Answer: 1. A member shall not accept remuneration in connection with professional services rendered to his employer other than from his employer or with his employer’s consent; nor shall be receive directly or

  • Iem Regulations on Professional Conduct

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    THE PROFESSIONAL INTERVIEW QUESTIONS (IEM) Questions applicable to Section B of the Essay as at 1.1.2011 Questions on Regulations on Professional Conduct The main purpose of these questions is to provide an opportunity for the candidates to demonstrate their professionalism. A candidate should have gained some understanding of the IEM Regulations on Professional Conduct before entering for the Professional interview. A candidate would be expected to demonstrate:- a) That he has thought sufficiently

  • Iem Regulation on Professional Conduct

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    young engineer, you are instructed by your employer to prepare a bankable report for a prospective project based on the information provided by your employer. You have no access to ascertain the reliability of the information provided. In light of the IEM Regulations on Professional Conduct, how do you advise your employer so that you may complete your assignment with integrity? Answer: Engineering is a challenging profession compared to other professional profession. A challenge an engineer normally

  • Iem Code of Ethic Q4

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    to a strict codes of conduct to uphold ethical and moral obligation. The rules and regulation of the IEM is to be used only as guideline for the engineer to obtain professionalism. True professionalism can only be obtained by the engineer only when he can implement the rules and regulation into his day to day conduct. To the statement that professionalism cannot be thought by regurgitating the IEM regulation on professional conduct nor by memorizing a set of rule. I personally agree with the statement

  • The Iem Pi Questions

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    Question 1: If you were a consulting engineer and were submitting Turnkey tender on behalf on a Turnkey Contractor, would you consider a conflict of interest between the role of a consulting engineer and contractor? Enlarge on the ethics of this subject. Question 2: Identify the areas in which conflict between the Resident Engineer’s staff and contractor’s staff can develop and give your views as to whether good relationship can be achieved without infringing on the code of ethics. Question

  • Exployee Report: The Enhancement Of Ebayans Malaya (IEM)

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    PROFESSIONAL INTERVIEW THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS MALAYSIA (IEM) TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE REPORT PREPARED BY : SITI NURBAYA MOHAMED IC NO. : 850404-14-6278 IEM GRADUATE MEMBERSHIP : G69489 (ELECTRICAL) BEM GRADUATE MEMBERSHIP : 70181A (ELECTRICAL) ADDRESS : LOT 278 BATU 7 ½, JALAN ULU KLANG, 68000 AMPANG, SELANGOR Acknowledgement of Validation “It is hereby acknowledged and duly certified that the content presented in this report is solely the work of the candidate

  • Iem Regulation on Professional Conduct

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    THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, MALAYSIA REGULATIONS ON PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT NOTE: A Code of Professional Conduct designed to cover all eventualities must necessarily be written in general terms expressing broad ethical principles. Almost every case of doubt as to the proper course of action required to conform to the Code of Professional Conduct arises from a conflict between a member’s personal interest and his duty to others. Regulations issued by the Council to interpret the Code indicate

  • Iem Interview Question 1 2001

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    1. Discuss the dilemma engineers’ face in balancing capital expenditure versus optimum design for efficient operations and maintenance, bearing in mind the impact of capital expenditure on the engineer's fees. Is it really a dilemma , technology comes with a cost, reduction of scope of work, simple design, offer what the client want and can afford, stick to the best quality materials at the best rates, clarify all impact and implications to the clients, be reminded on safety and optimum life

  • Professionalism Cannot Be Taught by Regurgitating the Iem Regulations on Professional Conduct nor by Memorizing a Set of Rules. Do You Agree with the Statement and Why?

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    Professionalism cannot be taught by regurgitating the IEM Regulations on Professional Conduct nor by memorizing a set of rules. Do you agree with the statement and why? “What is engineering?”, “Who are the engineer?”, “How to be the professional engineer?”, and variuos question maybe come out in our mind that talking related to the engineering nowadays especially among the school children and undergraduate university student. Sometimes we heard the fresh graduated university student that studying

  • Moving Forward to Greater Heights

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    his vision for IEM. as the incoming President, what do you hope to achieve during your tenure? The IEM presidency can only be held for a maximum of two terms, with the agreement of the Council for the second term. Two years is a short time; what is important now is to ask ourselves how we can make IEM more relevant, especially to engineers in the new era. Many people have the misconception that IEM membership is only for civil and consultant engineers. This is not true as IEM membership is for

  • Questions on Regulations on Professional Conduct

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    instructed by your employer to prepare a bankable report for a prospective project based on the information provided by your employer. You have no access to ascertain the reliability of the information provided. In light of the IEM Regulations on Professional Conduct, how do you advise your employer so that you may complete your assignment with integrity? 2. You are assigned by your employer to prospect an area for an extractable material. However, in the course of your work

  • Introduction to New Form of I.E.M Conditions of Contract for Civil Engineering Works 2011

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    Abstract A Second Edition of I.E.M. Condition of Contract named “I.E.M. Conditions of Contract for Civil Engineering Works 2011” (hereinafter IEM. CE2011) has been introduced through seminar which was held on 10th March 2012 facilitated by Ir. Oon Chee Kheng, who has been commissioned by Institutional of Engineering Malaysia (hereinafter I.E.M.) to produce the said edition of Conditions of Contract for Civil Engineering Works. The New Edition for the I.E.M. Forms of Contract shall consist of

  • Professional Interview Guidelines

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    PROFESSIONAL INTERVIEW GUIDELINES I. THE PROFESSIONAL INTERVIEW 1. Definition The Professional Interview is a peer review process comprising an examination on the professional competency of the candidate by Corporate Members of IEM with respect to: a) Grasp and application of engineering fundamentals b) Ability to communicate clearly both orally and in writing c) Demonstration of ethical judgement in the conduct of all works d) Ability to accept professional responsibility e) Awareness of engineering

  • Integrated Emergency Management

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    Table of Contents PART A Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...2 Integrated Emergency Management …………………………………………………………………………………………………2 Evaluation Of Philosophies Underpinning (IEM)……………………………………………………………………..……...3-5 Referencies……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..6-7 PART B ExecutiveSummary………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….............8 Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…….8 Findings……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

  • Professional Conduct Essay

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    importance to the adjoining interest. As an engineer can you release the particular information which you have to the other party so that the other valuable mineral(s) may be explored. Please discuss taking into consideration provisions of the BEM or IEM Regulations on Professional Conduct. As an engineer, I cannot release the particular information about the other valuable minerals which I have to other party. I am expected to uphold the integrity of my profession by behaving based on the Code

  • Ethical Dilemmas Of Ethics In Engineering

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    Engineering is an important and learned profession. It is closely involved in human relations and in business and commerce. We create products and processes to improve food production, shelter, energy, communication, transportation, health, and protection against natural calamities to enhance the convenience of our everyday lives. We constantly encounter both moral and technical problems concerning variability in the materials available to them, the quality of work by co-workers at all levels, pressures

  • Environmental Impact Assessment

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    Introduction The environment is something being taken for granted and handled as a business instead of being preserved .Environmental Impact Assessments are implemented to distinguish whether activities are merely profitable and destructive or sustainable(Aucamp, 2014). With global summits on environmental problems and how to rectify it, some might say EIA’s came too late to be effective. In this essay we will focus on Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA’s) and why they are crucial in this day

  • Discuss This Statement in Detail Within the Context of the Malaysian Environment. Engineers Are Often Entrusted with the Responsibility of Implementing Large-Scale Projects Involving Millions of Malaysian Ringgit. in

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    Question 8 : Discuss this statement in detail within the context of the Malaysian environment. Engineers are often entrusted with the responsibility of implementing large-scale projects involving millions of Malaysian Ringgit. In view of the large amount of money changing hands, the integrity and ethical standards of engineers are being put to test. What measures can an engineer take to prevent corruption and unethical practice of cutting corners in order to safeguard the good image of the engineering