Sabah Committed To Strengthen Education, Says CM

Jun 13, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Malaysian National News Agency

KOTA KINABALU, June 13 -- The state government will continue to strengthen education to the highest level to generate quality human resource to inherit the future leadership of the nation, through Kolej Yayasan Sabah .

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Filmalay

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#21
Jun 19, 2012
 
Indon wrote:
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Yes.:)
It is University Malaysia Sabah (UMS) in Kota Kinabalu.
And for Sarawak, is is University Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) in Kuching.
They both are wayyy better than your so-called the best university in your country.:)
If the universities you've mentioned are the best u's, must have produced someone who have contributed to the advancement of anything that the people could use.
Filmalay

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#22
Jun 19, 2012
 
Indon wrote:
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Really?..Haha you are funny man.
To go study in Philippines, better I just stay at home to study in ordinary collage.Because it is the same level of education beetwen Malaysian collages here and Philippines Universities there.:))
That's what you say but I say the same to your schools.
Filmalay

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#23
Jun 19, 2012
 
Why are postings in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Sabah or anywhere in Malaysia are written in Malay that is so hard to understand? Can they speak or write English? Educated people should be able to post in English. Are these the product of the best U's in Malaysia?
vladimir

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Jun 21, 2012
 
Filmalay wrote:
Some natives goes to the extent of selling their land and properties just to go to the Peninsula to find jobs.
This is the problem when the natives tend to sell their land for fast cash and in the end regretting it. That is why education is very important.
Filmalay

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Jun 21, 2012
 
vladimir wrote:
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This is the problem when the natives tend to sell their land for fast cash and in the end regretting it. That is why education is very important.
There's only one way to reverse that now. That the State should buy the land back at the current market value and return it back to the natives but they have to repay the cost of recovering the land. When that all set and done, the State should enact a law that land ownership should only for natives and any land by non-Sabahans should only be leased for 99 years and it can be renewed for another 99 years. Any land left should remain the property of the State.
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Jun 21, 2012
 
Filmalay wrote:
Why are postings in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Sabah or anywhere in Malaysia are written in Malay that is so hard to understand? Can they speak or write English? Educated people should be able to post in English. Are these the product of the best U's in Malaysia?
95% of postings in this forum are troll threads from indonesians. There are very few malaysians posting here. like you they take nationalistic pride in putting up troll postings. And as indonesians they do not have the english language skills to post in english. anyway it has to be read by other indonesians here and it loses its effect if not in a language they understand.

continue your trolling
Filmalay

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Jun 21, 2012
 
forum wrote:
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95% of postings in this forum are troll threads from indonesians. There are very few malaysians posting here. like you they take nationalistic pride in putting up troll postings. And as indonesians they do not have the english language skills to post in english. anyway it has to be read by other indonesians here and it loses its effect if not in a language they understand.
continue your trolling
I think it otherwise. I know for sure that there are people out there who are silently following this forum. They cannot just come out in the open because of the fear of what you called ISA? Anyway Wikileaks as I know is watching as per some of the forumers.
Filmalay

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Jun 21, 2012
 
Malaysia must have left a lot of the natives uneducated so as to continue to control Sabah and Sarawak. All business transactions with the native Sabahans and Sarawakians should be translated to their native dialect and keep all papers in the vaulted archive so that when time comes those who are interested to help the people have something to dig and prosecute those responsible. There should be nothing to fear at all if have done nothing wrong against the people.
Filmalay

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Jun 21, 2012
 
forum wrote:
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95% of postings in this forum are troll threads from indonesians. There are very few malaysians posting here. like you they take nationalistic pride in putting up troll postings. And as indonesians they do not have the english language skills to post in english. anyway it has to be read by other indonesians here and it loses its effect if not in a language they understand.
continue your trolling
Good thing. All languages can be easily translated by the click of the mouse. You can tell also how educated a person is by just writing in his own language.
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Jun 24, 2012
 
Datuk Masidi Manjun would make an excellent full fledged Minister of Education. He never cease to to voice out the needs of the education aspect in Sabah.

In another matter of education in Sabah , Datuk Masidi Manjun will take up the issue of the 79 temporary teachers whose services were terminated following a directive by the Education Ministry, and would fight for their right.
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Jun 24, 2012
 
In a more recent development, Both the young and old are happy that the Kadazandusun Murut (KDM) College here will soon become a reality after the Prime Minister performed its groundbreaking ceremony recently.

The college is expected to provide easier access to higher studies for those in the Interior region.
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Jun 24, 2012
 
The federal government supported the establishment of the KDM College in Kaingaran, Tambunan, as it was the right move to provide wider opportunities for students from Sabahís interior to pursue higher studies.

Aprt from that, the federal government will also cooperate with the state government to share the cost. However, the amount of the allocation will be determined after reviewing the proposals to be presented soon by (Sabah Deputy Chief Minister) Tan Sri (Joseph) Pairin (Kitingan).

Looking at the concept of 1Malaysia, I think one of the things that is important is mutual respect. This move clearly showed a respect for the KDM community by the Najib Administration.
Radhi

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Jun 24, 2012
 
Pairin expressed his thanks to the federal government helmed by Najib for giving the green light for the construction of theKDM college.

He also expressed appreciation for Najibís presence in Tambunan, saying that Najib was the first Prime Minister ever to set foot in the district.

Pairin also lauded the contributions of various parties, including the Sabah Kadazandusun Murut Welfare and Education Association, for making the establishment of the KDM college a reality.
Filmalay

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Jun 28, 2012
 
Malay and English language should be the medium of instruction in Sabah and Sarawak. There should be no more Chinese or Tamils schools to be constructed or established. The Malay and English language will unite the people of Sabah and Sarawak.
Filmalay

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Jun 28, 2012
 
Radhi wrote:
Datuk Masidi Manjun would make an excellent full fledged Minister of Education. He never cease to to voice out the needs of the education aspect in Sabah.
In another matter of education in Sabah , Datuk Masidi Manjun will take up the issue of the 79 temporary teachers whose services were terminated following a directive by the Education Ministry, and would fight for their right.
The people should fight for their rights without fear of being prosecuted by the authorities. The people should not be naive and submissive to any government officials. An official can be removed by the people through impeachment or vote of no confidence or something like that.
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#36
Jul 5, 2012
 
just support any effort done by the government in order to improve our education system..
Filmalay

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Jul 6, 2012
 
villager wrote:
just support any effort done by the government in order to improve our education system..
I prefer the Malay and English language as the medium of instruction. Chinese language should be banned in all schools in Sabah and Sarawak.
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Jul 6, 2012
 
Radhi wrote:
Pairin expressed his thanks to the federal government helmed by Najib for giving the green light for the construction of theKDM college.
He also expressed appreciation for Najibís presence in Tambunan, saying that Najib was the first Prime Minister ever to set foot in the district.
Pairin also lauded the contributions of various parties, including the Sabah Kadazandusun Murut Welfare and Education Association, for making the establishment of the KDM college a reality.
Malays should establish more Malay organizations all over Sabah and Sarawak to benefit the people of these areas.
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Jan 31, 2013
 
http://www.borneobullet.blogspot.com/2013/01/...

Dalam laporan terbaru untuk tahun 2011, Ketua Audit Negara telah menganugerahkan ulasan "sangat baik" hanya kepada negeri Sarawak. Sementara itu, Sabah pula terus mengekalkan status kedua terbaik iaitu "baik" dari tahun-tahun sebelum ini.

Akaun-akaun dana disatukan untuk 2011 bagi kerajaan-kerajaan negeri Sabah dan Sarawak adalah yang paling tinggi dalam kalangan negeri-negeri di Malaysia, iaitu RM18.5 bilion untuk Sarawak dan RM2.66 bilion untuk Sabah. Manakala, Selangor jatuh di tempat ketiga dengan RM1.94 bilion sementara Pulau Pinang pula pada tempat keempat dengan RM1.13 bilion.

Sekiranya kita melihat kepada statistik pendapatan negeri untuk tahun 2011, Sarawak menduduki tempat pertama dengan RM6.6 bilion, diikuti oleh Sabah pada tempat kedua dengan RM4.4 bilion, Selangor di tempat keempat dengan RM1.6 bilion dan Pulaiu Pinang di tempat ketujuh dengan RM602 juta.

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