|IKM GOLD MEDALS AWARD
||15 JULY 2016|
|TAN SRI DATUK AMAR STEPHEN K T YONG AWARD||15 JULY 2016|
|TAN SRI DATO' SERI LAW HIENG DING AWARD||15 JULY 2016|
|TAN SRI DATUK ONG KEE HUI POST GRADUATE CHEMISTRY MEDALS AWARD
||1 AUGUST 2016|
|IKM CITATION AWARD||31 JULY 2016|
|JOINT IKM & RSC PRIZE IN POLYMER SCIENCE 2016||31 AUGUST 2016|
|IKM GRADUATE CHEMISTRY MEDALS AWARD||1 AUGUST 2016|
|IKM MERIT AWARD||1 SEPTEMBER 2016|
|IKM LABORATORY EXCELLENCE AWARD||30 JUNE 2016|
|IKM LMIC EXAMINATION||15 JUNE 2016|
NOTICE OF 2016 IKM MEMBERSHIP EXAMINATION
Applications are invited from those wishing to sit for Part I or LMIC Membership Examination of the Institut Kimia Malaysia, which will be held on 13 – 15 October 2016 in Kuala Lumpur. Copies of the syllabus may be obtained from the Executive Director, IKM c/o 127B, Jalan Aminuddin Baki, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur on payment of RM1.00. Closing date for applications is 15 June 2016 or when all the places are filled. Further details of the Examination and application form are available from the website at www.ikm.org.my
Institut Kimia Malaysia (IKM), or the Malaysian Institute of Chemistry, is a statutory professional organization incorporated under the Chemist Act 1975 on 1st November 1977 and is under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation.
The Institute was earlier inaugurated on 8th April 1967 with 27 founding members and subsequently registered under the Societies Act 1966 on 13th October 1967.
IKM has grown in tandem with the rapid development of Malaysia to become a well-established and strong professional organization recognized both locally and internationally. Membership of IKM comes from both the manufacturing and service sectors, universities and other institutions of higher learning, research and development institutions, and government and education sectors. With membership of 3,770 as at 1st January 2016, IKM enjoys a prominent place among the professional scientific organization in Malaysia. The Institute is also playing a leading role in the development of chemistry in Malaysia.