Building works and appraisals / Muhamad Azham Zakaria

Zakaria, Muhamad Azham (2017) Building works and appraisals / Muhamad Azham Zakaria. [Student Project] (Unpublished)


Recalling the early history of the creation of a ministry actually starts to the establishment of small departments in the days of British rule, especially when the British began to intervene in the Malay States after the signing of the Pangkor Treaty on 17th – 20th January 1874. One of the oldest department established by Government 'Crown Colony' Before the Pangkor Treaty is' Public Works Department (PWD) or later known as the Public Works Department (PWD) which was established in 1872. Its establishment aims to provide the infrastructure for socio-economic development and Political system of the British Government in the Straits of pain comprising Singapore, Melaka, Perak (Wall), SeberangPerai and Penang. FA Major J. Mcnair, Former Engineer Colonial Straits was the first person appointed to head the Department of Public Works.


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