1.3 Analysis and Findings
Below are the analyses regarding the data collected from the questionnaire. Corresponding charts are included in the appendices section and numbered accordingly.
1.3.1 Basic demography (Questions 1 – 4)
A total of 50 respondents consisting of 25 males (50%) and 25 females (50%) answered the survey (Figure 1). They are from School of Management (34, 68%), School of Social Science (9, 18%), School of Housing, Building and Planning (4, 8%) and School of Arts (3, 6%) (Figure 2).
The respondents comprise of 30 first year students (60%), 13 second year students (26%), 5 third year students (10%) and 2 fourth year students (4%) (Figure 3). 21 respondents (42%) are ...view middle of the document...
Secure student hostel has the highest ranking (31%) for respondents taking part in Student’s Development Activities because living cost outside the campus is very high compare to hostel in the campus. However, enhance academic transcript has the second highest ranking (22%) which is because the respondent believe that more MyCSD point collected is directly proportional to the higher job opportunity. Instead, practice leadership skills and release stress obtain the lowest ranking which is only 2% because majority of respondent believe they have already master the leadership skill and they are capable to cope with stress as an adult.
In contrast, give priority to studies and feel a waste of time are main reasons with 25% respectively for respondents did not taking part in Student’s Development Activities followed by not interested in the programmes and health problems with 13% respectively while does not require students’ hostel and dislike complex interpersonal relationship with 12% respectively (Figure 8). Respondents express that give priority to studies and feel a waste of time is the most important reason that influences them did not taking part in Student’s Development Activities. It is because majority of respondent consider that studies and academic result is more important than the co-curricular activities and joining these activities will consume lots of their precious time.
Furthermore, there are 15 respondents (30%) hold any post in the clubs or societies they have joined whereas 35 respondents (70%) did not hold any post in the clubs or societies they have joined (Figure 9). The main reason for respondents hold any post in the clubs or societies they have joined is secure students’ hostel with 40% followed by enhance non-academic transcript , gain experiences, and personal character building with 13% respectively while improve interpersonal skill, practice leadership skills and pressure from peers are 7% respectively (Figure 10).
Contrarily, give priority to studies with 29% is the major reason for respondents did not hold any post in the clubs or societies they have joined followed by feel a waste of time with 26%, not interest in holding posts with 23%, dislike complex interpersonal relationship and does not require students’ hostel with 8% respectively and lastly health problem with only 6% (Figure 11).
1.3.3 Part 2: MyCSD system implementation
There are 18 respondents (36%) consider that the MyCSD Programme implemented currently help to motivate students to join Students’ Development Activities or to hold any posts while 32 respondent (64%) did not agree (Figure 12). The reason for respondents who agree that the MyCSD Programme implemented currently help to motivate students to join Students’ Development Activities or to hold any posts is the detail of MyCSD programme that the student has joined will enhance their academic transcript while who did not agree indicate that it was no meaning if the programme launched have lots of...