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GENERIC TIMETABLE (JAN 2013) – KLRO (FIRST SATURDAY)

DEGREE PROGRAMMES [T1=19 JAN T2=16 FEB T3=16 MAR T4=13 APR 11 MAY 2013] SATURDAYS
|Saturday |9.00am-11.00am |11.30am-1.30pm |2.30pm-4.30pm |5.00pm – 7.00pm |
|BURSO’s |WPP004 STUDY SKILLS (3HSS1) |WPP001 ENGLISH (3HSE1) |WPP002 BAHASA MALAYSIA (3HSB1) |WPP003 MATHEMATICS (3HSM1) |
|Meeting Room | | | | |
| |TU00531 Annyza bt Tumar |TU00205 Thanaseelan a/l N Seethapathy |TU00152 Akmarizan bt Ahmad |TU00795 Lawrence Chian Tow |

GENERIC TIMETABLE (JAN 2013) – KLRO (SECOND SATURDAY)

[T1=26 JAN, T2=23 FEB, T3=23 MAR, T4=20 APR, T5=18 MAY 2013] (SATURDAYS)
|Saturday |9.00am-11.00am |11.30am-1.30pm |2.30pm-4.30pm |5.00pm – 7.00pm |7.15pm-9.15pm |

Meeting Room (15)
VC ROOM |EED214/05 MANAGEMENT &LEADER (3MLE1)
PGDE VC TUTORIAL
TU01128 Soaib bin Asmiran |EED212/05 FOUND IN EDUCATION I I (3FE21)
PGDE VC TUTORIAL
TU00465 Chandran Abraham a/l Ebenazer |EED304/05 TEACHING PRACTICUM (3PRC1)
27 Jan, 24 Feb, 24 Mar 2013 VC TUTORIAL | | | |LAB 1 (32)
(with softwares) | | | | | | |LAB 2 (32) | | |TCM305/05 CONS PRO MGMT (3CPM1)
TUTORIAL 3=24 March 2013 2-5pmKLROLab 2 | | | | Note: 27 Jan 2013 ~…...

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