BREAKING NEWS! . . . Universiti Malaya graduates not world best . . .

Universiti Malaya rising up the ranks means nothing. It’s just hype by money-minded websites who ignore the fact that the VC of all public universities, and private universities owned by the gov’t, are Malay.

In law, there can be no discrimination.

Universities are based on the principle of universality and allowing the brightest and best to lead the way for All.

The gov’t can cater to the lowest common denominator but within reasonable limits. The riff raff cannot be allowed to squat on others.

Universities are for the brilliant. Those who don’t qualify should head for training institutes and pick up skills for the workplace. The focus in Article 153 is on training opportunities at institutions owned by the gov’t.

The modus operandi of these errant websites isn’t rocket science. They may scam Malay, being gullible, but not India.

The university would have enlisted “foreign consultants” from these errant websites themselves for advice on how the scam works.

Such “advice” by these conmen don’t come cheap, much less free. There are no prizes for guessing, in b of course, how much such advice would have cost.

Universiti Malaya’s ranking simply means that there are now more foreign students, more foreign lecturers, more academic papers published and more PhD students and graduates at Universiti Malaya.

Indian universities, for example, comply with most of the criteria above except for having more foreign students and more foreign lecturers.

So, Indian universities will never top the list although no country in the world can beat India on knowledge, spiritualism, mysticism, yoga and mathematics and physics being the nearest to ‘God’.

The petrified British not only destroyed the traditional village schooling system in India but declared that Hindu civilisation could not have produced a language like Sanskrit which is used by Hindu temples for Mantra, prayer, song, worship and dance.

Jesus came closest to India, in Judeo-Christian traditions, when he explained Truth and Faith, both eternal laws based on eternal truths like all the laws in science.

Google Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev on yoga.

Indian civilisation has
demonstrated an uncanny ability to tap revealed knowledge as evident in the Law of Karma — it’s not superstition but the 1st eternal law based on an eternal truth, the Brahmin BS take is superstition, Buddhism promotes zombieism through Karma — enlightenment that Buddha attained and seeing infinity. Google Srinivasa Ramanujan on infinity.

The 10 IIT in India, for example, outshine MIT, Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Oxford and Cambridge combined in student performance.

IIT graduates are in demand all over the world in technology, engineering, IT, software, medicine and as CEO of multinationals.

This is something that Universiti Malaya graduates, being from a corrupt institution and bastion of racism which prides itself on being ‘uncivilised’, will never achieve.

Universiti Malaya extends the notorious quota system — akin to the ancient Hindu evil caste system combined with Nazism, Fascism, Apartheid, communism, Islamic state and KKK white supremacists and nationalists — to cover even critical disciplines like medicine, engineering, and law, among others. The Malay graduates can only get jobs in gov’t. The private sector wouldn’t touch them with even a ten foot pole. Besides, most of them can’t speak English. The public universities are supposed to be in English only but politics has forced them to conduct exams in English and Malay.

Universiti Malaya law graduates, for example, can be admitted to the High Court without doing the Certificate in Legal Practice. That’s true of other public universities too.

Non-Malay law graduates from private universities and those from abroad run the gauntlet of the CLP run by the racist Legal Profession Qualifying Board. Only an estimated 20 per cent of candidates pass every year. The candidates are banned after four attempts.

There was a court case, not so long ago, where the Director of the LPQB was accused of fiddling with the marks of students who passed and exchanging them with those who failed.

The maximum four attempts ruling was introduced after the case.

No country in the world has institutionalised such a racist system.

The gov’t has resisted calls for a Common Bar Examination.

It has also rejected moves to introduce law conversion courses for non-law degree holders. M’sia lives in the Stone Age on law, compared with England and Wales, for example.

Malay law graduates make for the Attorney General’s Chambers and gov’t service. They can only win judicial reviews and not surprisingly earned a rebuke from Attorney General Tommy Thomas in his memoirs. Unlike in England, for example, the court generally does not go into the merits of judicial review Applications if the gov’t has complied with its own procedures. Again, unlike in England, the court in M’sia does not consider whether gov’t procedures were unfair.

Non-Malay law graduates enter private practice.

It’s the evil caste system all over again.

Blame political personality cults, party politics based on taking extreme positions on everything including sheer unmitigated evil, hardcore card carrying political party members and new forms of tribalism and feudalism under the guise of democracy.

Universiti Malaya’s dropout rate is high despite different marking systems — a state secret — for Malay and non-Malay. Just check the 1st year and compare with the final year. So, there’s no quota system from the 2nd year at the undergraduate level in public universities.

Except for some non-Malay, others who graduate avoid Masters and PhD like the plague. There’s no quota system at these levels in public universities.

The VC of all 20 public universities are Malay. Briefly, an Orang Asal (indigenous) was appointed VC of Universiti Malaya, not so long ago. His tenure was cut short when it became public knowledge that he wasn’t Muslim.

The gov’t also owns some private universities. The VC are all Malay.

Author: fernzthegreat

Joe Fernandez holds a honours degree in management, majoring in economics, and has opted from academia in law to being a jurist. He was trained professionally on the job as a journalist. He's a longtime Borneo watcher, keen on the history and legal aspects of Malaya's presence in Sabah and Sarawak. He teaches the English language privately and has emerged as a subject matter expert in public examination techniques.

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