About PURE Series 6
Putra Business School Research Colloquium (PURE) Series 6 is a postgraduate colloquium organized by Putra Business School.
PURE aims to provide a platform to showcase postgraduate research and share contemporary issues in research.
PURE outlines activities includes oral presentation and technical sessions, which will be conducted by invited expert panels to assist postgraduate students in research aspects. Additionally, selected Best Papers will receive sponsorship to publish in cited index journals.
*Please note that the schedule above is tentative and is subject to change without notice.
Please download the abstract template here and ensure:
- Your abstract must have a minimum of 250 words with a maximum 500 words;
- Your supervisor have approved of the submission; &
- uthors are also advised to proofread their abstracts because abstracts will be reproduced from the online submission. Any error in spelling or grammar will appear in the distributed e-book.
- If you are new to your research and do not have any design or outcome yet, you can include your proposed research design and expected research outcome. You can discuss this with your supervisor.
Please take note that only online submissions, via email or the Google Form, will be accepted and all abstracts sent by walk in (hardcopy), fax or post will not be considered.
Powerpoint Slides Submission
Presenters will each be given a 15 minute (2 minutes to prepare, 8 minutes presentation and 5 minutes Q&A) time slot for their oral presentation thus each presenters will need to prepare a Powerpoint presentation slide to accompany their presentation. The slides must be 8 pages maximum. The Powerpoint slides need to be emailed to [email protected] before 1 February 2023.
Video Recording Submission
Due to COVID-19, we have decided to turn our PURE colloquium from a physical event into a virtual one. Due to this, our assessors had requested for the presenters to send in a video recording of themselves presenting their topic. Please be informed that the video recording must be:
- in high resolution;
- your voice is clearly heard; &
- be approximately 10 minutes, no more and no less.
Your video recording must be emailed to [email protected] before 10 February 2023. You can use Google Drive, Wetransfer, Smash and Dropbox (or any websites you prefer).
Video to help you on how to record your presentation.
How to Record Video Using Powerpoint
Registration Fee & Payment Information
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The fee for the virtual colloquium is RM30 for presenters and RM20 for audience.
Payments can be made via bank transfer. If you would like to make the payment via credit card, please do email [email protected] and our Finance staff will guide you on the method to do so.
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Proof of payment is compulsory to be emailed to [email protected].
Payment will not be processed if the proof is not submitted.
Opening Date for Registration: 3 January 2023
Last Day for Submission of Abstract: 13 January 2023
Last Day for Submission of Powerpoint Slides: 1 February 2023
Last Day for Submission of Video Recording: 10 February 2023
Colloquium Date: 15 March 2023
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it compulsory for students to present at the colloquium?
Yes. PBS thesis programme students are required to participate in the colloquium at least once during their study duration.
How often is the colloquium held?
It is held twice a year.
Can I still be a presenter even if I had presented in the previous colloquium?
Yes, you certainly can and you are highly encouraged to do so.
What should I write in the abstract template if I have yet to have any outcomes from my research?
You should include your proposed research design and expected research outcome in the abstract template given.
What are the criteria that presenters are evaluated on?
For students who had yet to do their Proposal Defence (PD), they will be evaluated on their Introduction, Literature Review, Research Methodology and Overall Performance.
For students who had completed their Proposal Defence (PD), they will be evaluated on their Introduction, Literature Review, Research Methodology, Ability to Interpret Results, Discussion on the Body of Knowledge and Overall Performance.