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CALLING FOR NOMINATIONS FOR HONOURS & POSTGRADUATE CHEMISTRY AWARDS 2014
Nominations for Honours and Postgraduate Chemistry Awards 2014
Nominations are now invited for the following IKM Annual Chemistry Awards:-
- Best performance in 2014 Chemistry Final Year Examination in any Branch of Chemistry
- Best research M. Sc. or Ph. D. postgraduate thesis in Chemistry (the candidate must be a Malaysian and have been awarded his degree in the 2014 convocation)
For the Graduate Chemistry Award, full details of the candidate's performance must be given. The candidate must have obtained a CGPA of at least 3.5
For the Tan Sri Datuk Ong Kee Hui Postgraduate Chemistry Award, a copy of the thesis should be submitted together with the examiners' comments. Thesis will be judged on quality as well as the relevance of the work to the local environment.
Each university can only nominate one candidate for each of the above Awards. The nomination must be made by the Head of the Chemistry Department or the Dean of the School of Chemical Sciences of the University.
Please use the form as below in making your nomination. The closing date for nominations is 1 August 2014.
1. Nomination Form Institut Kimia Malaysia Graduate Chemistry Honours Awards 2014
The completed nomination forms as well as the thesis should be sent to the following address:
Institut Kimia Malaysia
127B Jalan Aminuddin Baki, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur
(Attn: Ms. Ong Bee Kwan - Executive Director)
About Institut Kimia Malaysia (IKM)
Institut Kimia Malaysia (IKM), or the Malaysian Institute of Chemistry, is a professional statutory organisation incorporated under the Chemists Act 1975 under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI). Inaugurated on 8th April 1967 with 27 Founding Members, IKM was registered with the Societies Act 1966 on 13th October 1967. The Institute was subsequently incorporated under the Chemists Act 1975 on 1st November 1977 with the following provisions:
- To regulate the practice of chemistry in Malaysia
- To represent the profession of chemistry in Malaysia
- To promote public awareness and appreciation, and the advancement of chemistry in Malaysia