Muhammad Arif bin Zakaria, Muhammad Shahizan bin Rosli and Muhamad Hafiz bin Jasman finished first amongst ten teams. Whilst, the runner-up was from the junior group; Safril bin Samad, Megat Izzat Haikal bin Megat Abdullah and Aisyah Shahira binti Jefree. Each team walked away with RM2, 000 and RM1,500 respectively.
Teams were given three hours to complete three tasks; overhaul engine, breaks and suspension. Each team was required to dismantle, measure and check the problem of each component of engine, breaks and suspension. They then assembled all of the components and tune them correctly within the stipulated time.
The World Skills Malaysia Competition is a skill competition held annually with the aim to select and recognise trainees and skilled workers with superior talent and potential. Winning the competition is indeed a proof of excellence in how DRB-HICOM University is committed in producing world class students with knowledge and skills in automotive technology.
DRB-HICOM University has always believed in identifying, nurturing and developing skilled talents, which is in line with the country’s aspiration towards creating human capital for Industrial Revolution 4.0.