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PERTAMA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

SCHOOL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING


B.Eng(Hons) in Civil Engineering
Student
Number
(UEL)

Matric Number

BIT 3112
STAADPRO APPLICATION

Module Name

Type of
coursework
/Reference no.

BIT3112-A1

Title of the
coursework

Students
Declaration

I certify that this assignment is my own work and where materials have been used from other
resources, they have been properly acknowledged. I also understand that I will face all the
possibility of failing unit if the contents of this assignment are plagiarized.
Signed : ____________________

Date

: __________________

Tick as appropriate
Year
One

Year
Two

Marks obtained

Year
Three

Date Handout

Date Due

Date Received

Students work assessed and


returned/date

Assessors
comments/
Feedback.

Students
comments
Name and
Signature of
Assessor
Date

Mr. Nahushananda
Chakravarthy

Name and
Signature of
Internal Verifier
Date

PERTAMA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


SCHOOL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
B.Eng(Hons) in Civil Engineering
Coursework Policies
1.

All coursework submitted must include


a.
a copy of the full brief given by the module leader (with the signed coversheet)
b.
all source material must be cited in the text and a full bibliography of source material (including author, title,
publisher and date) listed at the end of the submission

2.

All work must be submitted in the mode instructed by the module leader.

3.

Work submitted under the students name must only be the work of that student. All information sources must be
acknowledged. Plagiarism is a serious offence and will render offenders liable to disciplinary action as set out in the Kolej
Universiti Linton (and parent university) rules and regulation.

4.

Students MUST keep a copy of all submitted work for reference purposes prior to the original being handed in and returned.
This will provide proof that the work was completed, in the event that the work goes astray.

4.

Coursework received after the submission deadline without an authorised time extension will be marked if submitted within
two weeks of the initial deadline. However, the mark awarded will be the minimum (40%). Where the quality of work is
below a pass level (i.e. 40%), a mark of 0-39% will be awarded as appropriate.

5.

Whenever a candidate submits work after two weeks without an authorised extension, a mark of zero (0%) will be awarded.
Examiners may comment on the quality of the work for learning purposes.

6.

Requests for extensions of submission deadlines must be made in writing prior to the submission deadline to the module
leaders and must be supported by documentary evidence.

Level 3
70%+
First Class

Recognise the possibilities and limitations of methodology and theory. Extremely


well constructed and logically presented argument. Sound ethical and moral
reasoning demonstrated. Able to select and apply specific theories to complex
situations. Excellent comprehension of contemporary issues. Excellent
relationship of recent research to practice.

60- 69%
Second Class
upper

Sound ethical and moral reasoning demonstrated. Demonstrates evidence of


wide knowledge base and critical reading. Evidence of critical reasoning to solve
problems. Critical understanding of the research process. State and defend a
critical position on the basis of evidence.

50-59%
Second Class
lower

Well referenced and cited. Applies relevant research to current practice issue.
Capacity to analyse concepts and reframe arguments. Critically evaluates own
work. Selects specifics and appropriate theory to enhance arguments.

40-49%
Third class

Able to focus on current issues and to argue contrasting perspectives. Explore


potential solutions to practice based issues. Evidence of broad range of
underpinning and relevant theory. Reference and, bibliography accurately cited.
Well structured and logical presentation

Below
40%

Fails to meet the criteria and requirements of the assignment / exam. Limited
evidence of reading and underpinning knowledge. Limited analysis of evidence.
Misconceptions and basis errors of underpinning theory.

PERTAMA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


SCHOOL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
B.Eng(Hons) in Civil Engineering