KTP-UM Briefing - Universiti Malaya

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CRITICAL AGENDA PROJECT
KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER PROGRAM – KTP
MINISTRY OF HIGHER EDUCATION MALAYSIA
KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER PROGRAM
to
INDUSTRY & COMMUNITY
- KTP GRANT SCHEMEFIRST ROLLING PLAN – PHASE 2 (2012-2013)
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
BACKGROUND OF KTP
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KTP recognises a broad range of activities to support mutually beneficial
collaborations between universities, industries and communities (government
agencies / non-government organisation (NGOs) / public sector).
It provides the platform for the exchange of tangible and intangible intellectual
property, expertise, learning and skills between academia, industry and the
community.
The forms of interactions may include, joint research, consultancy, education,
training, graduate development, conferences, sharing of physical facilities and
student placements.
POLICY
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
BACKGROUND OF KTP (CONT’D)
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Public Higher Education Institutions (IPTA) should effectively engage with
industry and community towards mutually beneficial initiatives through role
played by:
• Academia: able to incorporate relevant and up to date knowledge from industry
and the community into their teaching, learning, research and consultancy
activities.
• Industry : can utilize the resources of IPTA to enhance their business capability
and economic activities.
• Community: can benefit from the knowledge generated in IPTA to improve quality
of life within the community.
• Graduate/Postgraduate Intern : enhance their personal and professional
development
POLICY
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
STRATEGIC THRUSTS OF THE POLICY
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Enriching the quality of human capital in IPTA, industries and communities via
knowledge transfer including teaching, learning, research and services.
Strengthening accessibility of knowledge transfer from IPTA to spur industry
growth, community development and quality of life.
POLICY
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 1: ENHANCE & ENRICH CURRENT
KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER IN IPTA
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Through
• Identifying and implementing potential project,
• Strengthening both curriculum and co-curriculum in IPTA based on industry and
community,
• Building capacity of academic and student in IPTA,
• Integrating KTP initiatives of IPTA into academic program of other related
institution of learning,
• Shifting the current service-oriented to scholarly-oriented community project with
outcome to the target group.
POLICY
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 2: KTP AS CATALYST FOR COMMUNITY
OR INDUSTRY GROWTH
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Through
• Implementing meaningful projects with industry or community which are
sustainable and have measurable outcome,
• Empowerment and capacity building of the recipient industry or groups,
• Strategic partnership with stakeholders,
• Reciprocity of knowledge transfer initiatives between stakeholders.
POLICY
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
GOVERNANCE OF KTP
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Composition of Council of KTP to consist of the following:
Composition of KTP Board to consist of the following:
• Chairman - Professor Rujhan Mustafa, Director General of Higher Education.
• Vice Chairman - Professor Dato’ Omar Osman, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Student Affair &
Development, USM
• Secretary – Professor Haslan Abu Hassan, Director, Centre for Education, Training and
Research in Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency (CETREE), USM
Members • Director of Human Capital Development, Economic Planning Unit (EPU) or representative
• Representatives from Industry e.g. professional bodies, chambers of commerce, umbrella
bodies
• Representatives from IPTA
• Representatives from Community organisation
POLICY
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
GOVERNANCE OF KTP (CONT’D)
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Each IPTA’s KTP to be governed by new or similar structure realigned within
existing Industry Relations unit.
Council of KTP at MOHE is entrusted to provide continuous advise and direction
on KTP activities in IPTA including overall governance and implementation.
Each IPTA need to set up industry and community relation office, which should
benefit all parties.
Setting up and maintaining a national academic and industry expert registry.
POLICY
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
KEY RESULT AREA (KRA)
5 KRA identified are in the fields of:
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Education – raising level of education in certain areas
Economic gains for sector/s of industry in identified sector
Sustainability and Green Technology Initiatives
The Disadvantage groups
Developing Industry Relevant curriculum (For High Impact sector)
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
MODELS OF IMPLEMENTATION
1. The project should be classified under 5 KRA
• KTP Programme shall includes the involvement of the following :
a. KTP Intern – Graduate students, PG students or UG Final year
projects/interns
b. KTP Academia – Lecturer or university's staff identified in the KTP
Programme
c. KTP Industry/Community – identified by KTP-IPTA
• KPI = the measurement in 1a-1c
• The project = the identified KTP Programme per location/firm/community/target
group
• Project may be replicated to other identified KTP Project of similar nature but
different location/firm/community/target group
• KTP project committee is allowed to vary the provisions of financial limit after
considerations of nature of projects
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
MODEL OF IMPLEMENTATION (CONT’D)
Academia
STRATEGIC
INNOVATION
Graduate /
Postgraduate
Intern
Community/
Industry
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
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The projects for the first phase of the 10th Malaysian Plan would be roll-out based
in the following detail with the cost breakdown for the implementation plans is as
follows:
Duration
2 years
(2011-2012)
IPTAs
Involved
20
Cost per Project (RM)
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Salary or subsistence of the KTP Intern
The overhead and administrative of project
Costs of the Intern’s training and development
Administrative support
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
EXAMPLE IMPACT OF KTP
KRA
Impact Measurement
Proxy Indicator (Intermediate
Measurement)
Education – raising level of
education in certain areas
% improvement in public
examination identified
Progress in school based
assessment
Economic gains for sector/s of % of increase of profit or
industry in identified sector
income generated
3 month cash flow average or Financial ratios
Sustainability and Green
Technology Initiatives
% of increase of profit or
income generated
Measurement related to the
technology infused - e.g.
reduction in energy bill
The Disadvantage groups
% of increase in annual
income for target groups
Periodical reports attest by
social department
Developing Industry Relevant
curriculum (For High Impact
sector)
Acceptance of curriculum by
industry and applied by
Education institutions
Progress reporting
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
Request for Proposal from IPTA (Bottom Up)
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Individual or a group of academic
Supporting collaborative industry documentation (agreement, MoA, Letter of
Intent, letter of agreement, letter of award
Supporting collaborative community documentation (letter of request from
community)
Proof of graduate intern involvement
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
Differentiation between Industry and Community
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Definition of community and industry
Timeline
Tangible versus intangible output
Commercialisation and non-commercialisation project
Profit and non-profit
Contribution from industry and or community in monetary and non-monetary
forms
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
Criteria for Application (Definition of the Grant)
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Grant will not be disburse if applicant have other grant including research
Basic criteria's for application for FRGS would be used. (Graduate intern replace
Human Capital)
Timeline not more than 2 years
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
Criteria for Evaluation (Review)
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Based on 5 KRA mentioned earlier
Output
Impact
Viability and sustainability
Capacity building
Improved products, services and policies
Level of commitment industry/community
Minimum of 30 % project cost for industry
For community, commitment from community leader , relevant government
agencies and other institutions (including non-monetary contribution)
potential for replication and advancement
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
GENERAL COMMENTS OF PANELS
• Project is more on research-based and consultancies-driven.
• The Knowledge Transfer-driven is low and not justified
• The objective is not in line with the KTP requirement
• The output/impact is not quantified
• Incomplete information of intern (No academic qualification & year
of graduation and no signature)
• There is no evidence of industry commitment. no supporting
document from the commitment partner
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
Procedure for Application and Evaluation
Will consist of the following:
• Application
• Concept of KTP
• Definition of KTP grant
• Purpose of KTP grant
• KRA of KTP
• Condition for application
• Procedure of application
• Evaluation criteria
• Financial and budgetary consideration
• Output of project (No. involve)
• Outcome/impact of project (benefit)
• Announcement date of opening and
closing
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Evaluation
Monitoring
Result and disbursement of grant
Other matter
KTP INDUSTRY GUIDELINES
KTP INDUSTRY APPLICATION FORM
KTP COMMUNITY GUIDELINES
KTP COMMUNITY APPLICATION FORM
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
Governance of the KTP
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Council of KTP
Project selection Committee answerable to Council of KTP
• Main Committee (Selection, Evaluation and monitoring)
• Community (Selection, Evaluation and monitoring)
• Industry (Selection, Evaluation and monitoring)
IPTA level governance can mirror the above
IPTA is encourage to have KTP office or equivalent
Council of KTP
• Agencies (industry) with interest in Council of KTP and are willing to ‘contribute’ to
KTP
• Ditto community with interest to contribute to KTP in alternative forms.
• Will proper recommendations to the MoHE for implementation.
• Members of Board: (suggested previously)
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
Monitoring and Disbursement of KTP
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Monitoring based on:
• Project performance
• Financial performance
• Quarterly progress report
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Disbursement based on:
• Letter of Acceptance ad agreement signed and disbursed fully (depending
financially)
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
IMPORTANT DATELINES
• KTP Grant Scheme Application opening date:
15 December 2011
• APPLICATION FORM MUST REACH THE KTP UM SECRETARIAT:
13 JANUARY 2012
• Application form must reach the KTP secretariat: 26 January 2012
• Application evaluation & selection period:
• Announcement of success applications:
13-16 February 2012
21 March 2012
Knowledge Transfer Program - KTP
KTP Grant Scheme Phase 2 (2012-2013)
KTP Secretariat @UM
Miss Azura Azilah Ayub
Sekretariat
Bengkel Knowledge Transfer Program (KTP) Fasa 2
d/a Pusat Jaringan Masyarakat
Aras 3, Canseleri
Universiti Malaya
T: 03-7967 3461
F: 03-7967 3451
HP: 019-3266420
Email: [email protected]
Mr Mahadi Hj Sibon (CITRA)
[email protected]
Tel: 019-7139357

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