JowY 发表于 11-2-2019 05:10 PM
王建明 和 潘儉偉 以前最喜歡罵假文憑/野雞大學
This then begs the question of why some politicians still go through the process of trying to obtain “fake” degrees. In Malaysia, more often than not, these “fake” degrees come in the form of qualifications from degree mills – institutions which are not accredited and which are well known for offering their qualifications at a fee with minimal academic effort. I have blogged about this before and have raised this issue in parliament many times in the past. My stand on this issue is clear and has not changed. It is NOT ACCEPTABLE for politicians to buy degrees from degree mills and then try to pass these off as being genuine academic degrees.
Recently, a Deputy Minister from Pakatan Harapan has been accused of having a degree from a degree mill. I consider this as a serious accusation. Since having a degree from a degree mill is not an illegal act, there is no point to ask the police to investigate this case. If the Deputy Minister in question feels that he has done no wrong, he should ask for a proper investigation to be conducted by his own party. The party can call in education experts to verify whether or not the degree is from a degree mill. And if this is indeed the case, his party can take disciplinary action as the leadership sees fit.
Or perhaps the Deputy Minister in question feels it is appropriate to make a public confession. He may have obtained that degree at a time when he felt having such a degree would help him in his corporate career. Or there could have been financial reasons as to why he was not able to pursue a post-secondary education when he was younger.