Malaysian Engineering Education Model (MEEM) (2000) has lined out the pathway for engineering schools in all institutions of higher learning to adopt the outcome-based education (OBE). Unfortunately, the spirit of MEEM is not fully comprehended and recommended. In 2004, as Engineering Accreditation Council of Malaysia enforced the use of OBE, all institutions of higher learning introduced and adopted OBE in all learning and teaching activities. In line with it, Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM) has also introduced OBE during teaching and learning processes. All teaching staffs and students are directly involved with this. As for the students, they have been introduced with OBE from the day they registered, in all teaching and learning activities until they graduated. Teaching staffs are required to produce the Program Outcomes (PO) and Learning Outcomes (LO) in every teaching plan. This paper is mainly focus on first year to fourth year students of Bachelor of Electronic Engineering (Telecommunication) or simplified as BENT, Faculty of Electronic and Computer Engineering (FKEKK). Two methods has been used; the direct and indirect surveys. The result from the survey has shown that the emphasis OBE in every subject has successfully produced the required human capital.

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