Walaupun mereka balik nanti dengan ijazah kedoktoran,
layakkah mereka menjadi doktor?
Bolehkah mereka merawat kita, ibubapa kita, anak2 dan cucu2 kita?
Kalau peperiksaan asyik gagal dan lulus atas dasar kasihan dan wang ringgit,
bagaimana dengan nasib dan nyawa pesakit ditangannya?
Semuanya dikatakan OK walaupun pesakit langsung tak dipegangnya.
Paraphimosis diberi antibiotik dan disuruh balik.
Pesakit Leukemia dengan darah putih 45 000 disuruhnya balik dengan antibiotik.
Compound Fracture disuruh jahit dan bubuh Backslab sahaja.
Pesakit demam 40 darjah pun disuruhnya ke klinik kesihatan.
Nak contoh lagi?
Students in Egypt keep failing
By DESIREE TRESA GASPER
PASIR GUDANG: Self-sponsored Malaysian students studying medicine, pharmacy and dentistry in Egypt have recorded a high failure rate in their courses, Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin said. This was because many of these students had enrolled at universities there despite not having proper qualifications, he said.
“The Egyptian Government requires our students to have a minimum of 8B+ in their SPM results to be eligible for their medical course.
“However, some universities there would still admit our students who do not perform so well.
“But they are required to go through a foundation programme first,” he said after opening a Univer-siti Teknologi Mara programme at SM Pasir Gudang 1 here yesterday.
Mohamed Khaled said many students who opted for the foundation course would drop out or fail the programme because they could not cope with the syllabus.
“I advise parents to be more cautious when sending their children to Egypt to study medicine,” he said, adding that they should not be sent abroad just because the universities there issued an acceptance letter.
Mohamed Khaled said parents must ensure their children could cope with the tough medical courses, failing which, the huge sums spent being wasted.
“I just got back after discussions with the authorities in Egypt."
“They said students without minimum qualifications will not be issued visas,” he said.