Industrial training has become an important activity for every higher learning institution these days. It is a form of experiential learning for a student after going through a period of acquiring theoretical knowledge in the lecture room. It does not have a standard scale for all universities around the world in terms of the time and duration of training. Some universities set it for a period of one semester and some set it to be longer than a semester of study. In terms of time to undergo the training, some institutions specified that students have to undergo training during the final semester, i.e the study session for the whole bachelor's degree level ends as soon as the student has completed his or her training. While some institutions require students to return and continue their study at the university, after completing their industrial training session. As for students of the Faculty of Quranic and Sunnah Studies, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia, they are required to undergo this training in the eighth semester, i.e. at the last semester of the final year of their bachelor's degree programme. Upon completion of the industrial training session, they are considered to have completed the curriculum at that level. It is during this training that students practice what they have learnt through out all the lectures at the faculty, especially the integrated knowledge of Naqli and Aqli. This study looked at some organizations which are favoured by students of the faculty as their choice for industrial training in the state of Selangor, Malaysia. The organizations that are frequently preferred by students namely are Awan Metro Sdn Bhd, Darul Syakir Enterprise, Islamic Religious Office of Kuala Langat District, National University of Malaysia, Transform Training & Consultancy, Faqeh Foundation, Akademi Fakih Intellect, Tabung Haji Office, PTS Media Group Sdn Bhd and Selangor Institute of Dakwah and Training. These organizations have various different backgrounds such as federal government departments, state government departments, statutory bodies, non-governmental organizations and private companies. In conclusion, the students of the Faculty of Quranic and Sunnah Studies of the Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia are interested in organizations of various backgrounds regardless of whether they are private companies or government departments in gaining experience and exposure for their industrial training.
Keywords: Industrial training, curriculum, Naqli and Aqli, Selangor, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia.
Publication Date : August 26, 2016
|EndNote||%0 International E-Journal of Advances in Education INDUSTRIAL TRAINING IN THE STATE OF SELANGOR, AS A COMPLEMENT TO THE CURRICULUM OF NAQLI AND AQLI KNOWLEDGE INTEGRATION: A SURVEY OF ORGANIZATIONS FAVOURED BY THE STUDENTS OF THE FACULTY OF QURANIC AND SUNNAH STUDIES, UNIVERSITI SAINS ISLAM MALAYSIA %A Mohamed Akhiruddin Ibrahim , Adnan Mohamed Yusoff , Mohammad Hikmat Shaker , Abdul Qadir Usman Alhamidy , Safiah Shariff Sheriff , Raimizar Rahim , Abdul Rahman Zakaria %T INDUSTRIAL TRAINING IN THE STATE OF SELANGOR, AS A COMPLEMENT TO THE CURRICULUM OF NAQLI AND AQLI KNOWLEDGE INTEGRATION: A SURVEY OF ORGANIZATIONS FAVOURED BY THE STUDENTS OF THE FACULTY OF QURANIC AND SUNNAH STUDIES, UNIVERSITI SAINS ISLAM MALAYSIA %D 2016 %J IJAEDU- International E-Journal of Advances in Education %P 2411-1821-2411-1821 %V 2 %N 5 %R doi: 10.18768/ijaedu.52454 %U 10.18768/ijaedu.52454|