Tuesday, June 30, 2009

PENAGUHAN PEMBAYARAN..

1.Penanguhan Pembayaran Bagi pelajar sesi mei 03/2009/2010..
akan dibawah masuk kedalam mesyuarat Eksekutif 11.30 pagi nanti.Pelajar 03/2009/2010 belum mendapat pinajaman PTPTN, dan ade pelajar yang tak mampu nak bayar yuran pengajian untuk semester ini.oleh itu TNC (hep) Prof.madya hj.Zainal Abidin Bin Kidam
akan membangkitkan usul ini dalam mesyuarat tersebut..keputusan akan dikeluarkan selepas mesyuarat..


2.Penanguhan Pembayaran bagi tungakan pelajar senior.\
TNC (hep) Prof.madya hj.Zainal Abidin Bin Kidam memaklumkan bahawa rayuan untuk penaguhan pembayaran tunggakan tidak akan dilayan.tapi pelajar yang tidak ade tunggakan dengan UNISEL boleh buat rayuan untuk penanguhan untuk sem pendek ini. kelulusan rayuan adalah atas budibicara pihak pengurusan..


sekian Terima kasih...

Saturday, June 27, 2009

Penangguhan Bayaran Yuran Semester Pendek

PERKARA : Penangguhan Bayaran Yuran Semester Pendek (3/08/09) bagi Mahasiswa/i yang merupakan peminjam PTPTN.18 Jun 2009 – Pihak MPP Bestari Jaya telah berbincang bersama TNC HEP mengenai perkara di atas. Kelulusan telah diterima di mana para pelajar tajaan PTPTN boleh membuat penangguhan yuran pengajian semester pendek ini sahaja. Namun begitu, beberapa syarat telah ditetapkan iaitu;i) Para pelajar mestilah tidak mempunyai sebarang tunggakan yuran sehingga semester lepas. Hal ini bermakna, para pelajar hanya boleh menangguhkan bayaran pengajian semester pendek ini sahaja tanpa menambah nilai dari baki yuran semester lepas.ii) Pelajar perlulah mengemukakan surat rayuan mengenai penangguhan bayaran yuran pengajian semester pendek dan dihantar ke Pejabat Bendahari. Borang dan surat rayuan akan diproses dan akaun pelajar akan disemak.Makluman kepada para pelajar yang mempunyai tunggakan yuran himpunan semester lepas atau hutang lapuk yang terlalu banyak, anda adalah dikecuali daripada perkara di atas. Hal ini bermakna anda perlu melangsaikan segala hutang lapuk tersebut.P/S : Memo rasmi akan dikeluarkan pada 29 Jun, Isnin depan.Sebarang masalah atau pertanyaan boleh dirujuk di ;Pejabat Majlis Perwakilan Pelajar,Pusat Pelajar,Kampus Bestari Jaya UNiSEL.

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Thursday, June 25, 2009

M'sian Indians: An incomplete history (Pt 1)

M'sian Indians: An incomplete history (Pt 1)
Carl Vadivella Belle Jun 25, 09 1:20pm
Book review: The Malaysian Indians: History, problems and future by Muzafar Desmind Tate




The Hindraf demonstrations of late 2007 and the subsequent detention of much of its leadership, coupled with the seismic Malaysian election of 8 March 2008, have focused both Malaysian and international attention of the role and socio-political profile of the Indian community in Malaysia.It is now some 40 years since Professor Kernial Singh Sandhu published his groundbreaking study on the migration of Indians to colonial Malaya, and Professor Sinnappah Arasaratnam completed his landmark social history of Indians in Malaya/Malaysia.While in the interim there have been numerous specialist studies of aspects of the Indian presence in Malaysia, there has been no broad historical work which has sought to update these pioneering studies.Given recent developments it seems apposite that a recent work, The Malaysian Indians: History, Problems and Future by Muzafar Desmond Tate, should seek to remedy this scholarly vacuum.In his Foreword G.A. David Dass informs us that "Muzzafar" (sic) Desmond Tate was commissioned to write this work because of the perceived neutrality he would bring to the study of Indian affairs in Malaysia.It was hoped that Tate would offer a balanced approach, free of the "polemics and bias" which would supposedly tarnish the work of a specialist scholar, and thus increase acceptance of this work both by the general public and policy makers alike.Despite the fact that modern historiography has long dismissed the concept of a "neutral" historian or the possibility of "unbiased" history, the commission was a bold and interesting experiment.Unfortunately it has to be said from the outset that, apart from the final chapters, which achieve the level of a journeyman competence, The Malaysian Indians fails dismally, and at virtually every level.This is a curious book, poorly organised and constructed, which succeeds neither as a narrative nor as an analytical history.In the early chapters, the layout is disjointed and erratic, and the jumbled and often confused writing neither introduces nor develops any thematic discourse. Indeed, in many respects the work reads as though it had been abandoned midway through compilation.‘Linguistic infelicities'This impression is reinforced by the book's tabloid approach to historical reconstruction. Boxed explanatory notes are inserted within chapters, seemingly as an afterthought.Major claims are frequently unsourced and the end notes are in the main tangential and often irrelevant to the inferred thrust of the text. Many of these notes read as though the author had intended to later incorporate this material into the main body of the study but had somehow failed to do so.It is difficult to accept that this slight work was ever subjected to the rigorous processes of peer review.The deficiencies of The Malaysian Indians are compounded by sloppy editing, and obvious blemishes litter the text.Thus, for example, we are informed on page 66 that Indian nationalist leader Subhas Chandra Bose first set foot in Singapore in August 1943, whereas a mere 3 pages later it is claimed that the actual date of arrival was 2 July 1942. (Both dates are incorrect; Bose reached Singapore on 2 July 1943.)Moreover the book is replete with clumsy, poorly worded and incongruous writing. A modicum of basic editing may have erased or at least amended the many linguistic infelicities which lie scattered throughout this work.The work is marred by numerous factual errors which are especially frequent in the earlier chapters of the book. Thus for example:(i) Tate claims that most Tamil labourers originated from the Madras Province, now Tamil Nadu state; in point of fact they were drawn from the Madras Presidency which was a significantly larger administrative area than modern Tamil Nadu, and included portions of the modern day states of Andhra Pradesh and Kerala, and labour intakes thus included both ethnic Telegus and Malayalees.(ii) It was not Sikh influence which provoked the 1915 mutiny of the 5th Light Infantry regiment in Singapore; the Regiment was largely composed of Pathan and Rajput Muslims who were influenced by revolutionary materials sent from India.(iii) The Klang Valley strikes of 1941 were not a "victory" for Indian workers; the violent suppression of the strikes and the mass arrests and deportations which followed were regarded both by the colonial authorities and by the Central Indian Association of Malaya as an unqualified British triumph and were described as such by the Association leadership at the time.(iv) The Indian Independence League did not have its origins in a conversation between Major Fujiwara of the Japanese Army and Indian nationalists S.C. Goho and K.P.K Menon in Singapore soon after its fall to the Japanese; the League existed well before the Japanese invasion and the first Malayan Branch was established soon after the Japanese occupation of Kota Bharu on 8 December 1941.Obvious blundersThese are but a handful of what are often egregious blunders. And this gives rise to a very basic point. Repeated inaccuracies represent more than a series of embarrassing slip-ups - they reveal lack of familiarity with a given subject, and worse still, the greatest of all historical sins - the failure to conduct the thorough research upon which sound historical writing depends.A fundamental and perhaps fatal weakness of this book is Tate's neglect of the wider historical forces which encompass his subject.He all but totally ignores the broader social and economic catastrophes which impelled the flow of Indian labour migration to colonial Malaya.The seeming willingness of Indians to indenture themselves to work under conditions which bore a striking resemblance to an actual state of slavery, cannot be understood without detailed reference to British colonial policies in both India and Malaya, and without at least some discussion of the changing social, economic and political realities within the Madras Presidency.British economic policies significantly magnified the impact of the great famines which engulfed the Presidency and which fell with especial harshness upon the dispossessed landless agricultural labourers who made up the bulk of the indentured workforce recruited by the estates and in the public utilities of colonial Malaya.Similarly modern Dravidian Hindu reform movements or the ignition of inter-caste rivalries cannot be understood without reference to the Social Darwinist racial policies introduced into India (and later Malaya) by British colonialism in the wake of the Great Rebellion (Indian Mutiny) of 1857/58.Similarly Tate fails to locate the Indian presence in Malaya within an overarching Malayan/Malaysian historical framework.Thus, for example, we are provided with limited understanding of the general development of British Malaya, or the racial ideologies which the colonial regime applied in order to "compartmentalise" and divide the multiple ethnicities which constituted its subject population.There is no discussion of Japanese manipulation of ethnic identity to precipitate pronounced and often violent Sino-Malay rivalry, suspicion and distrust.We learn nothing about how these developments found later expression in the communal political model adopted and developed by the Alliance and Barisan Nasional governments.Role of religion ignoredAnd yet it might be convincingly argued that interrogation of colonial and post-colonial racial policies is fundamental to any meaningful analysis of the continuing political, social and economic marginalization of the Indian community.But perhaps the most glaring deficiency of The Malaysian Indians is the almost total absence of any discussion of religion.Within Malaysia, the practice of religion is often noticeably intertwined with complex issues of ethnicity. The post 1969 Islamic revival among Malays has been paralleled by vigorous processes of renewal in other religious traditions.Seemingly restricted in the political sphere, many non-Malays have turned to religion and religious practices as an assertion of ethnic identity.Given the recent series of controversial developments in Malaysia, for example the contentious "Everest" Moorthy case, and the negligent and arrogant destruction of long established and cherished community based temples, it might have been confidently predicted that religion would become the most obvious site where hard pressed elements of the Indian community ultimately challenged the actions of an increasingly out of touch political establishment.The centrality of religion and its persistent intrusion into political and social debate make it a crucial issue for any worthwhile study of Malaysian affairs and its omission from this work is inexplicable.Modern scholarship has placed an underlying emphasis upon the formative influence of the great dynasties - Pallava, Chola and Vijayanagara - in the development of South Indian beliefs, institutions and outlook.The most distinctive feature of the South Indian dynastic polity was its segmentary character, that is, the existence of diversity of bounded units whose rights and privileges were zealously guarded.These structured segments were ultimately united in the recognition of a sacred overlord, the king whose rule and moral authority over a fluid state was characterized by acts of ritual incorporation rather than by the application of direct force.Any understanding of the complex, confusing and often disputatious heterogeneity of the Indian population of Malaysia, especially the divisions which persist among Tamils, must commence with a perfunctory exploration of metropolitan Tamil society.Unfortunately Tate's knowledge of Tamil civilisation or South Indian history is at best slender, and his account of the development of Tamil religious and social institutions consists of little more than unsubstantiated and occasionally embarrassing generalities (for example, he reduces the powerful Vijayanagara dynasty to a single eponymous individual).Stilted and fragmentaryTate has little appreciation of how South Indian dynasties differed from those which governed "Aryan" North India and Gangetic Plains, or the significance of their largely successful resistance to northern and specifically Muslim incursions.He fails to identify the powerful forces which shaped South Indian religious traditions and philosophies or the vibrant anti-authoritariani sm and indeed antinomianism inherent in Tamil Hinduism, which resulted in, among other things, the concept of bhaktism, that devotional current which resisted Brahmin hegemony and insisted upon individual autonomy in one's relationship with the Divine.In recent years scholars have produced a series of illuminating studies which have explored the complex relationships between pre-colonial Malay Archipelago (and in particular the Malay Peninsula), and both China and the Indian subcontinent.The establishment of wide regional trading networks was accompanied by scholarly, cultural and religious exchanges which left a deep impress on Malay culture.Regrettably Tate seems oblivious to these works and his overview of the pre-colonial era and these historic contacts is stilted, fragmentary and awkward.Unfortunately this paucity of detail continues into the main body of the work. Thus we not only learn little of the circumstances which generated the migration of Indian labour, we also gain a limited understanding of their fate upon arrival in Malaya - of the high death rates, the exploitative working conditions, the harsh punishments, the brutal legal repression, the malnutrition, or the makeshift lines which passed for accommodation.There is no investigation of the colonial labour policies or examination of the different labour recruitment schemes - indenture and kangany - or any reflection on the implications of each in determining the final social composition of the overall Indian population. Indeed, Tate's account of this crucial period is so sparse the reader could easily be led to the erroneous assumption that there was no organized Indian labour migration to Malaya prior to 1900.


Pt 2 of will appear tomorrow.........

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Diploma in the Art & Science of Hair Styling

Your Passport for a Rewarding Future

Introduction:

The Malaysian Indian Community is at the crossroads of choosing its
path of socio-economic transformation.

We either become an enriched community of diverse occupational and
professional talent securing our share in traditional and emerging industries,
or we become a community trapped in historical perception of skills
peppered with social and cultural stigmas overriding practical and
rational thinking.

For the first time in Malaysian history, Kementerian Sumber Manusia,
Malaysia (KSM) has initiated a socio-economic empowerment
program exclusive for Malaysian Indians by providing a fully funded
comprehensive professional skills training covering aspects of the
art and science of hair styling.

This exclusive program is a major policy paradigm shift giving
opportunities to Malaysian Indians to venture into a
New Age Lifestyle multi billion Ringgit business.

If you choose to be part of this multi-billion Ringgit industry,
please read the following:-

Why Hair Styling?

· Hair styling is an art and a science
· Hair styling and grooming is a billion Ringgit business
· Hair styling has become a New Age Lifestyle business

Requirements:

· Malaysian Indian (Youths, Graduants & Retrenched Workers)
· Aged 17 and above
· Minimum qualification PMR
· Possess good interpersonal skills
· Written and verbal communication abilities in English and Bahasa Malaysia

Training scheme:

· Comprehensive and systematic training for six (6) months in the Art &
Science of Hair Styling in compliance with Jabatan Pembangunan
Kemahiran, Malaysia (JPK) syllabus

Location:

· South City Plaza , Seri Kembangan, Selangor and Petaling Jaya ( Old Town )

Course Fees & Allowance:

· The course is fully sponsored by Kementerian Sumber Manusia, Malaysia (KSM)
A RM500 monthly allowance will be credited directly to the trainee’s CIMB bank
account by KSM for a period of six (6) months

Diplomas & Certificates:

Upon successful completion of the course, graduants would be awarded the following:-

· Malaysian Skills Certificate – Level 1 & 2 (SKM 1 & 2) issued by Jabatan
Pembangunan Kemahiran
· AAC Diploma in the Art & Science of Hair Styling
· Wella Malaysia , Certificates ( Perm , Colour & Hi-Lite)
· City & Guilds, London (Optional)

Inclusive of Free Benefits:

· Accommodation
· Personal Accident insurance
· Uniforms (T-shirts)
· Course materials and kits
· Spoken Mandarin and Cantonese classes
· Self development programs
· Upon graduation, employment and business opportunities

Upon successful completion of the Art & Science of Hair Styling,
graduants have the distinct opportunity of participating in the
multi-billion Ringgit industry via a newly modeled New Age Lifestyle Center
with multiple revenue streams.

Only limited places are available intake. For more information,
please contact:-

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The choice we have is to be either pro-active and become part of the
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பிரபாகரன் சித்திரவதை செய்து படுகொலை; இளைய மகன் கொடூரக் கொலை

பிரபாகரன் சித்திரவதை செய்து படுகொலை; இளைய மகன் கொடூரக் கொலை
11-06-2009 (16:47:53)
டெல்லி: விடுதலைப் புலிகள் இயக்கத் தலைவர் வேலுப்பிள்ளை பிரபாகரனை உயிருடன் பிடித்த ராணுவம், மிகப் பெரிய அளவில் சித்திரவதை செய்து பின்னர் கொடூரமாக கொலை செய்துள்ளது.
பிரபாகரனைக் கொல்வதற்கு முன்பாக அவரது இளைய மகன் பாலச்சந்திரனை (வயது 12) பிரபாகரன் கண் முன்பாகவே கொடூரமாக சுட்டுக் கொன்றது ராணுவம் என்று டெல்லியைச் சேர்ந்த மனித உரிமைகளுக்கான பல்கலைக்கழக ஆசிரியர்கள் என்ற மனித உரிமை அமைப்பு வெளியிட்டுள்ள ஆய்வறிக்கையில் தெரிவிக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது.
பிரபாகரன் தொடர்பாக இன்னும் கூட முழுமையான, தெளிவான தகவல்கள் வெளியாகவில்லை. இந்த நிலையில் டெல்லியைச் சேர்ந்த மனித உரிமைகளுக்கான பல்கலைக்கழக ஆசிரியர்கள் என்ற சுயேச்சையான மனித உரிமை அமைப்பு புதிய தகவல் ஒன்றை வெளியிட்டுள்ளது.
இலங்கை ராணுவத்திலிருந்து ரகசியமாக திரட்டப்பட்ட தகவல்களின் அடிப்படையில் இந்த அறிக்கையை வெளியிட்டிருப்பதாக அது தெரிவித்துள்ளது.
அந்த அறிக்கையில் கூறப்பட்டுள்ளதாவது ...
இலங்கை ராணுவத்தின் மிக முக்கிய வட்டாரத்திலிருந்து கிடைத்துள்ள நம்பகத்தன்மையான தகவல் இது. வேலுப்பிள்ளை பிரபாகரனை உயிருடன் பிடித்துள்ளது ராணுவம். பின்னர் அவரை ராணுவ முகாம் ஒன்றுக்குக் கொண்டு சென்றுள்ளனர்.
அனேகமாக இது ராணுவத்தின் 53வது படைப் பிரிவின் தலைமையகமாக இருக்கலாம்.
அங்கு முக்கிய தமிழ் அரசியல் தலைவர் ஒருவர் மற்றும் முக்கிய ராணுவ தளபதி ஒருவர் முன்னிலையில் வைத்து சித்திரவதை செய்துள்ளனர்.
இந்த சித்திரவதையை ராணுவத்தினர் கூடி நின்று வேடிக்கை பார்த்துள்ளனர்.
பிரபாகரனுடன் சேர்த்து பிடிக்கப்பட்ட அவரது 12 வயதே ஆன இளைய மகன் பாலச்சந்திரனையும் ராணுவத்தினர் சித்திரவதை செய்துள்ளனர். பின்னர் பிரபாகரன் கண் முன்பாக பாலச்சந்திரனை நிறுத்தி படுகொலை செய்துள்ளனர்.
அதன் பின்னர்தான் பிரபாகரனை ராணுவத்தினர் சுட்டுக் கொன்றுள்ளனர். அவ்வாறு சுட்டபோது அவரது தலையின் பின் பக்கம் பிளந்து விட்டது.
மேலும், கடைசி நேர சண்டை நடந்த போரற்ற பகுதியில் சிக்கியிருந்த விடுதலைப் புலிகள் யாருமே உயிருடன் மிஞ்சவில்லை. அனைவருமே படுகொலை செய்யப்பட்டு விட்டனர்.
இந்தக் கொலைகள் தொடர்பாக ராணுவத்திடமிருந்து உண்மையான தகவல்கள் வெளி வர வாய்ப்பில்லை. எனவே உண்மை நிலவரத்தை வெளியில் கொண்டு வர பாரபட்சமற்ற, விரிவான, சுதந்திரமான விசாரணை நடத்தப்பட வேண்டும் என்று அந்த அறிக்கையில் கூறப்பட்டுள்ளது.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

An Appeal To All Malaysians

An Appeal To All Malaysians

300,000 Sri Lankan Tamils have been detained in detention centres called “Safety Zones” by the Sinhalese Government of Sri Lanka.

The conditions obtained in the detention centre to which the UN Secretatry General Ban Moon-kin was taken for a visit had shocked him thoroughly. Imagine the conditions in other detetion centres. There is no food, no drinking water, no medical facilities for the 300,000 Tamils held in the detention centres.

These starving, uncared for 300,000 Tamil civilians need our help now and that immediately. Please come forward and help them.

Canned food, rice, sugar, medicines, toliletries and cash donations are most welcome. Receipt will be issued for cash donations.

Operation Centre:

Vivikananda Asrama, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur.

Time: Daily from 10.00 am to 8.00pm.

For Further information, please call:

Elan 012-314 3910; Mala 017-287 4872; Thana 017-376 7140.

300,000 Tamils in Sri Lankan detention centres need your help TODAY. Please come forward TODAY!

Good news: 44 Malaysian doctors are ready to leave for Sri Lanka.

The Truth....

There can be no black-white unity until there is first some black unity. We cannot think of uniting with others, until we have first united among ourselves. We cannot think of being acceptable to others until we have first proven acceptable to ourselves. - Malcolm X-

PRIME MINISTER'S ADDRESS ON ASSUMING OFFICE AS 6TH PRIME MINISTER

By : DATO' SRI MOHD NAJIB BIN TUN HAJI ABDUL RAZAK, PERDANA MENTERI
MALAYSIA
Venue : Prime Minister's Office
Date : 03/04/2009
Title : PRIME MINISTER'S ADDRESS ON ASSUMING OFFICE AS 6TH PRIME MINISTER
OF MALAYSIA
Bismillahirrahmanirrahim
Assalammualaikum Dan Salam Sejahtera
1. On behalf of all Malaysians, I would like to thank YABhg. Tun Abdullah Ahmad
Badawi for his 31 years of exemplary public service to our country, his commitment to
strengthening the institutions and fabric of our democracy and for his graceful
example as our leader.
2. I am grateful to YABhg. Tun for his confidence in proposing my name as Prime
Minister to Duli Yang Maha Mulia Seri Paduka Baginda Yang di-Pertuan Agong, and I
am honoured that His Majesty has consented to my appointment with this morning’s
swearing-in ceremony. I feel a deep sense of humility at the opportunity to serve as
your Prime Minister at an important time in our nation's history.
My life has been dedicated to public service.
Growing up, I was inspired by the positive impact of public service in the example of
my late father. Four decades on, I remain committed to the goals of tackling poverty;
of restructuring our society; of expanding access to quality education for all; and of
inspiring a new generation of young Malaysians to work on behalf of this great
country.
My own service in government has always been about getting results: to ensure a
better deal for teachers, to improve conditions for our brave soldiers, and to
strengthen our economy in defence of the people of Malaysia, as we deal with the
outbreak of a global recession.
3. In the coming weeks, I will be consulting with people around our country, as I
begin to reshape the leadership and priorities of the Government. I am mindful that
we should build on the successes and lessons of the past. It must be a government
with new approaches for new times – a government that places a priority on
performance, because the people must come first.
4. We must reach out to all parts of Malaysia…to all our diverse communities. In our
national discourse and in pursuing our national agenda, we must never leave anyone
behind. We must reach out to the many who may have been disaffected and left
confused by political games, deceit and showmanship.
We must draw on talented people across our nation, regardless of their position or
background, to re-energize a passion for public service. We must sow the seeds of
goodwill and understanding in every corner of this land, so that we continue to
harvest the fruits of progress and prosperity for all Malaysians.
We must seek to include and unlock the potential of our young people who will be
the next generation of leaders, businesspeople, engineers, scientists, teachers and
doctors. We must give them wings to fly.
5. And so today, I pledge that I will work tirelessly to serve all of you.
6. In this spirit, I would like to announce that the government has decided with
immediate effect, to remove the temporary ban on TWO news publications, release
13 detainees from ISA detention, and conduct a comprehensive review of the Internal
Security Act. Additional details will be announced by the Ministry of Home Affairs
shortly.
7. These decisions are timely as we move to enhance the confidence of our citizens in
those entrusted with maintaining peace, law and order, while recognizing the need
to remain vigilant of the very real security threats we continue to face as a young
nation.
8. I know that for every citizen, these are hard times and I remain focused in
providing strong leadership to lead us out of this economic crisis and unleash our full
potential as a nation. I will be steadfast in my commitment to meet the needs,
aspirations and concerns of all Malaysians.
9. So today I ask you to join me in this task of renewing Malaysia. I urge us to rise to
the challenge of building a One Malaysia. People First. Performance Now.
10. Let us begin this great journey together.
Wabillah hitaufik Walhidayah Wassalammualaikum Warah Matullahiwabarokatuh

NEGARAKU MALAYSIA!!

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