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  • Academic Performance Evaluation System - e-LPPT
  • Implementer Performance Evaluation System - e-LPPT_Pelaksana
  • The Annual Performance Evaluation Report - Putra Prestasi
  • Promotion Application System - SNP
  • Panel Clinic Performance Assessment - PPKP
  • Human Resource Information Management System - e-IHRAMS
  • Customer Satisfaction Survey System Registrar Office - SKKP

 

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TIPS ON MANAGING STRESS
TIPS ON MANAGING STRESS Going through our daily life routines, we uncertainly realize that our stress level might have increased; due to inevitable fast paced lifestyle of the modern world. If we failed to manage our stress, it leads to bad health effects such as reducing our immune system. Our body immune system protects us from diseases. Apply these healthy tips to help you to improve your immune system. EAT HEALTHILY Proper nutrition can help us to face the challenges of everyday life. Eat well-balanced diet meal at proper time, so that we have enough energy to carry out our daily tasks. Ensure that your meals provide sufficient amounts with required nutrients of protein, vitamins B (B6 and B12), folic acid and minerals, as well as water. SELF ABILITY Living a too ambitious life and doing something beyond our capability can also lead to stress. It is important for us to refrain ourselves from taking tasks beyond our ability to perform. Divide big errands into smaller tasks which could be completed in a shorter period of time and complete them one by one. Thus, it helps to ease our mind and body. TAKE TIME OUT (REST) Our body needs sufficient rest after working for long period. Do not pass a week without getting enough rest and proper sleep by being too busy with duties and daily routines. Apply a short break after doing series of tough works. Enjoy your break by listening to music, having me-time (spending time alone) and relax your mind to serve us better in the long run period. FREE TIME ACTIVITIES Being hardworking is good. As human however, we need supports from surround us. Spend time to do your preferred leisure activities with family and friends. This helps our mind to eliminate absurd worries, to build positive thinking when we return to work. REMEMBER Stress can kill! It is important for us to control our precious life. Protect ourselves, take good care of our health by handling stress or life pressures properly.
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RULING TO WORK FROM HOME AND WORK FROM THE OFFICE OF UNIVERSITI PUTRA MALAYSIA
RULING TO WORK FROM HOME AND WORK FROM THE OFFICE OF UNIVERSITI PUTRA MALAYSIA
Registrar's Office, Serdang - University Management Committee, Universiti Putra Malaysia has considered the issue of application to work in WFH from officers who have children who are still in school and aged 12 years and below and children with disabilities. Therefore, the Management Committee has made the following decision: (1) In principle, all officers have to work by WFO every working day as the school / kindergarten / nursery has re-operated. (2) In isolated cases where the school / kindergarten / nursery is still closed or rotates, the officer may submit a WFH application for the period in which the child is unable to attend the school / kindergarten / nursery and has no guardian subject to the following: (a) All applications to work in WFH must be submitted for the approval of the Registrar after obtaining the support of the Head of PTJ. (b) Application to work in WFH should be made after the officer tries to find alternatives and solutions related to childcare who can not attend the school / kindergarten / nursery and do not have a guardian but still can not find a solution. (c) Applications to work in WFH must be accompanied by proof that the school / kindergarten / nursery is still closed or practicing rotation as well as officers applying to make a certificate on the validity of the information provided. (d) Officers who are given WFH flexibility are only allowed for WFH for the period that their child is unable to attend school / nursery / kindergarten due to closure or rotation. For example: If the 11-year-old officer's child attends regular school in the morning session and religious school in the afternoon session and the religious school has not reopened, then the officer must be present to work by WFO in the morning and work by WFH in the evening. The officer can be requested by the Head of Department to come to the office from 7.30 am in lieu of flexion time to increase WFO working hours that day. This resolution is effective immediately and the special flexibility of working on a WFH basis will be reviewed depending on the circumstances and regulations of the Government regarding PKPP from time to time.
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Putra Charity Service Grade UDS has been open for application. Candidates are open to academic and non-academic staff who have retired from service.

Application is open all year and shall be sent by the Dean / Director / Head of the Responsibility Center. For any inquiries, please contact Mr Mohammad Fakarrudeen Zulkifli (fakarrudeen@upm.edu.my / 9769 1535).

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