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Where the boys are? They are Mat Rempit, VCD hawker, Robber, Rapist, etc.


68.1% female students in pubic university is a very unhealthy trend. This trend may explain why less than 20% students are studying science and engineering courses.

To import engineers and scientists to help Malaysia achieving the developed world by 2020?

Where the boys gone? Many of them are ended up as mat rempit, VCD hawker, robber, drug addict, rapist, etc.

New incentives have to apply to encourage more males to enter universities like paying 50% of fees and tax rebate to family with boy studying in the university.

More women accepted into public varsities

PETALING JAYA: More female students have been accepted into public universities than their male counterparts, said the Education Ministry’s Higher Education Department.

Its director-general Prof Datuk Dr Morshidi Sirat said that 39,352 or 68.1% of the total of 41,573 students accepted into public universities were females.

“Our initial assumption was that more males would apply for entry into polytechnics, community colleges and other skills institutes,” he said yesterday.

“However, the figures at polytechnics and community colleges did not support that assumption. We don’t really know where the boys are.”

Meanwhile, Prof Morshidi said that 41,573 students were offered places in the 20 public universities for the 2013/2014 varsity intake compared to 38,549 last year.

Prof Morshidi said that students could choose to apply for entry into the five research universities of Universiti Malaya, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia and Universiti Sains Malaysia while there were also 15 other public universities.

A total of 699 places were offered for students in medicine, dentistry (119), pharmacy (260) and law (385).

Registration for the new academic session will start on Sept 1 and 2.

Students can check their application status at,,,, or via SMS to 15888 (type UPU RESULT MyKad number) or call 03-8870 6767, 03-8870 6777 or 03-8870 6755/6766.

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Sarah says:

Many of my malay female graduate friends ended up supporting their husband who are either lower paid or unemployed. Strangely some of them even willing to be the 2nd wives of their respective husbands who have lower education background i.e. lower income. It is an emerging trend (a reversed one) in the malay society where a guy could marry more than one wife to support him!

nkkhoo says:

I do not see any problem for a girl marries with a lower education man.

Many Chinese girls in the urban are looking down men with lower education level and they either end up as bachelor or marry with foreigners like Nigerians.

Three daughters of former Bank Negara vice governor are singles and 1/4 of female graduates in Singapore remain single for entire life.