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#1 ron

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Posted 14 July 2010 - 12:00 AM

Rating dan ranking melalui quality teaching and learning. Terdapat 58 university dan university colleges termasuk IPTA dan IPTS bertanding.

So boleh jadi panduan kepada student2 untuk memilih university yg mana berkualiti dan menjadi pilihan.

Boleh tgk list kat sini http://www.mqa.gov.m...9/result_en.cfm

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Posted 14 July 2010 - 12:56 AM

View Postron, on 14 July 2010 - 12:00 AM, said:

Rating dan ranking melalui quality teaching and learning. Terdapat 58 university dan university colleges termasuk IPTA dan IPTS bertanding.

So boleh jadi panduan kepada student2 untuk memilih university yg mana berkualiti dan menjadi pilihan.

Boleh tgk list kat sini http://www.mqa.gov.m...9/result_en.cfm

Bila la agaknya ada yang berada di tahap tier 6 (outstanding).... :P

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Posted 14 July 2010 - 11:45 AM

View Postbulan_terang, on 14 July 2010 - 12:56 AM, said:

Bila la agaknya ada yang berada di tahap tier 6 (outstanding).... :P

Bila university itu menghasilkan 'frontier research' dan industri mengaplikasikan research itu menjadi teknologi untuk digunakan.
Cara lain, apabila industri tempatan terutamanya pergi mendapatkan khidmat universiti menjalankan R&D or 'contract research'. Quite common in the West, also China and India, but not so in Malaysia even Singapore. Singapore, duit banyak...they just hire top brains abroad, so the top brains will file the IP in Singapore.

Nak hasilakn 'frontier research' atau 'contract research', the head of the university must be a leader himself, cream de la cream, not some political appointment etc, then so is his lieutenant i.e Deans of School/Kulliyah etc.

Yes, most universities these days have 'Corporate Department', where this department acts as the business development cum industry bridge, task with commercializing the R&D output. Tapi nak commercialkan apa kalau hasil research is not frontier?

My guess, lagi 20-30 tahun pun, our IPTA will not be at the ranking, if we indeed decide to continue to measure our university against the worlds best , until there's a political will to see an entire overhaul and revamp, dismantling every single obstacle (people, political,policy, procedures).

Everything that MOHE and all the public universities are doing now, a mere 'show boating' 'wayang kulit', NKRA la apa la... won't yield the expected result.

Simply put it, our universities love grandeur ... Majlis Konvo Diraja...MoU signing la...would rather spend RM250k on such whimsical, then RM250k on buying new books, providing better infra, paying higher salaries to lecturers, hiring foreign talents etc.

Else, dream on. No hope, better smoke dope.

Edited by Jagermeist, 14 July 2010 - 11:48 AM.


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Posted 16 July 2010 - 12:20 PM

From ur opinion MQA rating can be trusted?

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Posted 16 July 2010 - 12:54 PM

View Postron, on 16 July 2010 - 12:20 PM, said:

From ur opinion MQA rating can be trusted?

No.

Our academician, ministry official often laments that ranking such as US News University or even Times ranking as being simply put it, lame, no proper scientific measurement etc. But even the MOHE minister cannot answer in detail what 'scientific method' use for MQA? Heck, he can't even counter argue to interviewer on BFM 89.7 question on how transparent and selective is the selection of Vice Chancellors and Deans in a public university.

In other words, because our university cannot meet the high international standards, MQA creates one by lowering the bar and automatically puts all our university at high ranking.

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Semua wayang je Ron, we have to fend for your self. Kalau ko buat masters, you need to put in 200%, you put in 100%, the extra 100% yg patut datang dari IPTA lecturer ko kena buat.


I always meet the academicians (in IT/CS), I seriously don't know what they do and why they are in the profession in the first place. They like the titles and perhaps the free travels and the natural-high feeling of getting the chance to 'present paper'.
'Presenting paper' to them is as big as 'malam pertama pengantin'...getting all excited, sweaty palms and palpitating heart beat.

Macam mana la lecturer ni nak mengajar apa yg diajar efektif, let say about Network Security, kalau faculty dia sendiri tunggang langgang. One IPTA which offers Msc Infosec....the staff in the faculty themselves have total access to their machines, run illegal software, outdated AV etc, heck the lecturer is clueless about Full Disk Encryption etc. Boleh tutup office during lunch tido? Is this a faculty that's is suppose to support professionals looking to enrich their knowledge pool?

Macam ni la, a simple anology, ko nak pegi berguru tentang Fardua Ain, tapi Ustad yang nak mengajar tu belajar fardu ain from internet and buku PAFA,pakai seluar pendek, isteri dia x tutup aurat, staff2 yang bekerja di tempat tu...pun x tutup aurat pakai low ride jeans pulak tu dah tempat nak belajar fardu ain ni sebelah Karaoke and atas ada rumah urut. Boleh ke? Cuma kenapa ko nak beguru dengan ustad ni, dia pakai jubah putih, berjanggut....etc...dan bila cakap ber'ana' 'ente' dengan ko. So, you were mislead by his presentation.

Potential students are often misled by colorful brochure and powerpoint presentation :).

Get my point? That's our IPTA in IT ke CS ke apa ke. Bila event security berduyun2 datang naik bas etc, pakai baju IPTA masing2, what they take back? T-shirt...freebies.

Why people from industry are not keen to teach at IPTA? Because professionals don't bow down to whimsical rules and policies that are implied in these institution, simply we're not lemmings.

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Posted 18 July 2010 - 08:58 AM

Is it ironic, a university which tops the MQA chart, yet have to go through another gov program to retrain their grad to make 'em 'market employable'? So WTH did the university prepared them for if not the market, living in an academic cocoon?

Is learning how to think analytically what a graduate is supposed to be doing during a 4 years degree program?

That's MQA for you.

and to make a mockery out of the program, only RM10.5 million? The government would rather spend RM100 million to send a monkey into space, but would only spend a mere RM10.5 mil to re-train grad?

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The government today launched a special training scheme to equip fresh and unemployed graduates with skills required by the industries in a move to realise the New Economic Model's (NEM) aim of making Malaysia a high-income nation.

Human Resources Minister Dr S Subramaniam said under the scheme called Graduate Employability Programme (GEP), the graduates would not only enhance their chances of employability but also become more innovative and creative in line with the NEM.

The minister said RM10.5 million had been allocated for the GEP and it would be managed by Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad (PSMB) under the ministry.

“The GEP's aim is to increase the skills and competencies of graduates to prepare them for the job market with higher salaries and to assist the less fortunate graduates who cannot find employment due to lack of skills,” he said when launching the GEP here.

When unveiling the NEM last March, Prime Minister Najib Razak said it would make Malaysia more competitive regionally and globally with benefits accruing to all Malaysians, with their per capita income increasing to US$15,000 by the end of the decade from US$7,000 currently.

Najib had said that creating a high-income nation would mean higher wages throughout the economy as growth was derived not only from capital, but from greater productivity through the use of skills and innovation, improved coordination, stronger branding and compliance with international standards and intellectual property rights.

First batch of 1,000 for six-month training

Subramaniam, who is also the Segamat member of parliament, said the GEP would equip, develop and assist unemployed graduates through six key skills namely, ICT; competencies; transferable skills which include communication, analytical thinking and problem-solving; relevant working experience; exploring new route for their career; and job placement.

He said the target group would be diploma and degree holders who had been unemployed for at least three months after graduation.

“We will select the first batch of 1,000 graduates for this programme and they will undergo training between five and six months,” the minister said.

He said the training would include three components - classroom training; attachment; and job placement.

“The attachment component provides hands-on learning environment and because of on-the-job experience, it makes its easier for trainees to apply what has been learnt in the classroom to where they are attached to,” he said.

He said the government would bear the course fee for the graduates who would also be paid a monthly allowance of RM500 during the training.

He said on completion of the GEP, the trainees would secure employment almost immediately.

Dr Subramaniam said to enlist, graduates could download application forms at www.hrdf.com.my or send their applications to PSMB.

- Bernama

speechless, where's the quality of the institution, those who call themselves educators ... lecturers now?

Edited by Jagermeist, 18 July 2010 - 08:59 AM.






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