Back in September we organized a farewell party for an ex lecturer where we decided to donate the money collected for the party to Puttinu Cares Foundation after one of our ex-students, Clayton, passed to eternal life.
Please find the receipt of the money collected of €215 below.
Please find a scanned copy of the letter which I received today from Fr Martin Micallef, Director of ‘Dar tal-Providenza’ to thank you for the €500 donation which you had collected during the pre-Christmas activities for id-‘Dar tal-Providenza.’
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You must be relaxed, focused, and confident on the work you’re doing. Openminded people with a thirst for creating great things is essential.
A talk by Mr. Alan Duca from 5 and 1/4 games was given to Bsc students completing the EISD module. Mr. Duca presented his company’s game scripting engine and explained some of the technical details behind the game that is being designed.
In the second part of the talk, various ways the students could help the game development company were explored. This was a very productive meeting and we look forward to collaborating with this company in the near future.
A talk by Ms Maria Borg, technical services officer at Malta Information Technology Agency (MITA), was given in room L131 at 2:00 pm. MITA Service call centre provide service and technical support to Government employees at around 600 Government sites. This is available 24 hrs /7 days a week and includes:
Hospitals (such as Mater Dei, Mount Carmel etc.)
Entities (such as Malta Freeport, AFM, Malta Police Force etc.)
The MITA Service Call Centre is made up of two groups (Group 1 and Group 2) and Client Services team. Group 1 personnel are responsible for account management (creation and deletion of accounts, passwords, rights) and Group 2 personnel provide technical support such as printer issues, mail, other services provided by MITA.
MITA uses Marval as an IT Service Management tool and SCCM (System Center Configuration Manager) which is used for remote control access, were users will be advised that someone is accessing their PC and approval has to be granted from the user’s end before getting remote access. Each call must not take more than 6- 10 mins.
Most of service requests are triggered via the eRFS system. eRFS (Electronic Request for Service) is an on-line system where users apply on-line for certain requests (such as Software Installation, Accounts, Rights etc.). The eRFS will be raised from the Ministry IMU (Information Management Unit), filled with the necessary details and has to be approved from the approvers within the Ministry.
Once the eRFS is approved, the Service Management System generates a request number and the request will be processed accordingly.
Status of requests:
New – request has just been logged and is to be serviced
Accepted – the respective team knows regarding the request and are to start working on it
WIP – Work In Progress
Cust_hold – awaiting feedback from customer
Transfer – transferred to another team
Closed – request has been serviced and client is satisfied.
Qualifications & Skills Required
National Diploma in IT (MQF Level 4)
Industry standard certifications (not compulsory)
Work experience (not compulsory)
Be able to work in a team
Good communication skills
Keen to learn new things
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all students who have attended this talk.