Sunday, April 19, 2015

Second Education Minister with kiddie standard

Second Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh said that Malaysian universities are not far from becoming world-class institutions like the University of Oxford, since they have already attracted over 135,000 international students.  
Idris proffered the examples of the engineering and pharmacy courses offered at local universities, which he claimed are among the best in the world.
“It cannot be denied that engineering courses offered in public institutions of higher learning are among the best in the world so much so that Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UNIMAP) has also become the choice of foreign students,” he told Bernama.
The Pharmacy Science Studies course at Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), according to Idris, is among the best 100 pharmacy courses in the world, while the Islamic Banking Studies course at Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia (UIAM) is also among the world’s best Islamic banking courses, and Universiti Putra Malaysia’s (UPM) agriculture-related courses are ranked 54th in the world.
“So it is not impossible if the excellent performance of local public institutions of higher learning continue to be empowered to compete against the best universities in the world now,” he added.
In February, Idris made a similar claim, saying that Malaysian universities are on par with those from the United Kingdom, Germany and Australia, again citing the number of international students enrolled here.
But Idris’ claim was soon after rubbished by Serdang MP Ong Kian Ming, who noted that no Malaysian university even finished in the top 100 of overall global university rankings.  
Bukit Bendera MP Zairil Khir Johari added that the majority of international students in Malaysia are from countries with universities inferior to ours, such as Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Nigeria, and Bangladesh.
What is so good about taking in 135,000 International Students when more than half of them comes in for harem activities especially drugs and prostitution.
How many of them attend classes?
How many of them do their own projects and thesis?
How many of them does not need the lecturers to give answers to all their tests?
How many of them get our local girls pregnant?
How many of them have MyKad?
How many of them after a month in Malaysia bring their families here to stay?
How many of them really contributed to our economy?
How much of money leaves this country because of them?
International standard in terms of quality Malaysia is way down the drain.

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