Continual Assessment (CA)
- CA report submission to Supervisor and Main Evaluator by Wednesday of Week 12, of the first semester
- CA presentation and discussion with Main Evaluator (and Supervisor) by Reading Week of the first semester
Final Assessment (FA)
- FA report submission to Supervisor, Main Evaluator and Moderator by Wednesday of Week 12, of the second semester
- Final presentation to Main Evaluator and Moderator by Reading Week of the second semester
- Revised/Amended soft copy upload via Digital Library and Exit + FYP surveys submission by First Monday after the Exam Week of the second semester
Accordingly, the following dates should be noted:
Students who started CG4001/CG4003 in semester 1, AY22/23 (i.e. August 2022)
- CA report submission by 2 November 2022
- CA presentation between 14 - 18 November 2022
- FA report submission (hard copies, if deems necessary by Supervisor/Main Evaluator) by 5 April 2023
- Final presentation between 17 - 21 April 2023
- Revised soft copy upload (FA report AND presentation slides in pdf) and surveys submission by 8 May 2023
Students who started CG4001 in semester 2, AY22/23 (i.e. January 2023)
- CA report submission by 5 April 2023
- CA presentation between 17 - 21 April 2023
- FA report submission (hard copies, if deems necessary by Supervisor/Main Evaluator) by 1 November 2023
- Final presentation between 13 - 17 November 2023
- Revised soft copy upload (FA report AND presentation slides in pdf) and surveys submission by 4 December 2023
FYP can only be presented during the regular semesters; there is no provision to make a FYP presentation in Special Terms Part I or II.
The overall structure of the integrated industrial FYP follows that of the normal FYP, except that the timeline will be halved. There should be (at least) two supervisors – a CS/ECE academic staff member and an industrial supervisor.
Please refer to the rubrics via "Forms & Guidelines".
Continual Assessment (30%)
|With effect from Sem 1, AY20/21|
Main Evaluator (15%)
Guidelines for CA Presentation:
i. It could be an informal presentation held in the staff office (supervisor or main evaluator), or in discussion/meeting rooms. If the latter is necessary, for FoE venues, please drop by Technical Services @ E1-04-01, while for SoC venues, the respective CS supervisors could help to book.
ii. Based on the report submitted by students, the supervisors and main evaluators can have informal discussion about the student’s understanding of the project, progress, what he would be doing in the next semester, and expected outcome at the end of the project.
iii. Students may use their laptop to show a few slides.
iv. Students are allowed to do separate presentations, provided both supervisor and main evaluator are agreeable with the arrangement.
Final Assessment (70%)
|With effect from Sem 1, AY20/21|
Main Evaluator (35%)
Notes for FA Presentation:
i. The presentation is a compulsory component of the FYP; the main evaluator and moderator will not allocate any mark for a project unless there had been a formal presentation.
ii. Project presentations are held in a seminar style and a number of parallel sessions would be held. As far as possible, projects in similar areas would be grouped. Each presentation will be scheduled for around 40 minutes, including Q&A. Please refer to the Project Administration System for the presentation schedule of your project (when available, will be informed via email).
iii. Once a seminar presentation date for a project has been fixed, any request for changes in the schedule will not be considered, as it would affect all other schedules. The only exception is when the request is due to medical reasons.
iv. The seminar is opened to all staff and students. Academic staff may invite industry partners to attend. For external projects, staff of the external organisation may also attend the presentations.
v. The presenter should be prepared to answer questions related to the project from the main evaluator, moderator and visitors. Each parallel session is about 3 hours. Presenter must be present at all times during the assigned time-slot.
For the final assessment, the supervisor shall evaluate only the student’s report. He/She may attend the presentation but is not to speak for the student or the project, as it is the student who will be under scrutiny.
The moderator shall be present throughout (the respective session) as he/she would moderate across all projects in the particular session. His/Her evaluation would be mainly based on the presentation and how the student answers to questions fielded.