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 DARIPADA : Y.B TUAN MANOGARAN A/L MARIMUTHU

 SOALAN :

 TUAN MANOGARAN (AHLI PARLIMEN TELUK INTAN) MINTA MENTERI SUMBER MANUSIA menyatakan:-

 a) Garis panduan yang ditetapkan oleh Kerajaan bagi memastikan pekerja-pekerja asing yang dibawa masuk ke Negara ini sekurang-kurangnya memilki satu kemahiran khusus dalam bidang yang mereka diluluskan untuk bekerja; dan

  1. Senarai bidabg pekerjaan yang memerlukan tenaga pekerja asing yang mempunyai kemahiran di Negara Kita .

 JAWAPAN :

 Tuan Ynag di -Petua,

 1. Secara  amalan ketetapan dasar mengenai pengambilan pekerja asing pada masa ini hanya membenarkan pengambilan pekerja asing yang separuh mahir dan tidak mahir. Jawatan yang memrlukan kemahiran hanya dihadlkan kepada rakyat tempatan sahaja dalam memastikan peluang rakyat tempatan terjamin selaras dengan pembangunan modal insan berkemahiran oleh pihak Kerajaan pada masa kini. Namun begitu , negara sumber telah mengambil inisiatif dengan memstikan setiap calon pekerja yang akan bekerja di Malaysia perlu melalui kursus induksi dan latihan kemahiran asas tertentu sebagai persediaan kepada para pekerja terbabit.

 

2. Secara dasarnya permintaan pekerja asing adalah terbuka dan dipengaruhi kuasa pasaran namun ia adalah tertakluk kepada dasar sedia ada Kerajaan. Manakala bagi pekerja profesional di bawah dagang syarat-syarat penggajian telah di tetapkan di bawah Jawatankuasa Pegawai Dagang (JKPD) yang diurusetiakan oleh Jabatan Imigresen Malaysia(JIM)

 

3. Kebenaran bagi majikan menggaji warga asing berkepakaran terutama pegawai dagang bagi menarik pelaburan luar serta memenuhi kemahiran yang tertentu. Pertimbangan bagi menggaji pegawai dagang hanya diberi bagi jawatn utama(Key post) serta jawatan yang memerukan kelayakan dan kemahiran yang sukar diperolehi.

 

4. Syarat juga ditetapkan supaya gaji minima pegawai dagang tidak boleh kurang dari RM5,000 sebulan . Ini bagi mengelakan majikan sewenang-wenangnya menggaji pegawai dagang.

 

5. Kementerian Sumber manusia (KSM) menganggotai Jawatankuasa Pegawai Dagang (JKPD) yang diurusetiakan oleh Jabatn Imigeresen Malaysia (JIM) bagi meluluskan kemasukan pegawai dagang. Walaupun Kerajaan membenarkan kemasukan mereka namun sokongan dan kelulusan hanya diberi tertakluk kepada prinsip availability of local candidate.

 

6. Berdasarkan prinsip ini , calon-calon tempatan akan diberikan keutamaan melainkan sekiranya pegawai dagang yang ingin di bawa masuk memegang jawatan utama atau pemegang saham utama dalam syarikat.

 

Tuan Yang di-Pertua,

 

7. Dalam keadaan di mana calon-calon tempatan didapati tidak mempunyai kemahiran dan pengalaman yang mencukupi , majikan akan disyaratkan untuk melantik pekerja tempatan secara understudy atau apprentice yang akan diletakkan di bawah penyeliaan dan latihan pegawai dagang yang dibawa masuk.

 

8. Ini bertujuan bagi membolehkan pekerja tempatan yang dilatih akan mengambil alih tugaan ynag dilakukan pegawai dagang apabila tiba masanya.

 

Tuan Yang di-Pertua,

 Jawapan(b)

 1. Pegawai dagang ynag dibenarkan unutk bekerja di Negara ini adalah sepaerti dalam kriteria berikut :

 a) Jawatan Penting (Key Post )

 Jawatan pengurusan peringkat tertinggi dalam syarikat milik asing

  1. Mereka yang diperlukan unutk menjaga kepentingan pelaburan mereka di negara ini.
  2. Mereka yang terlibat dalam menentukan polisi dan hala tuju syarikat.

 b) Jawatan Eksekutif

 1. Jawatan bidang profesional / Pengurusan peringkat pertengahan.

2. Memerlukan kelayakan , pengalaman dan kemahiran praktikal dalam bidang berkaitan.

3. Penyandang bertanggungjawab melaksanakan polisi syarikat dan pengawasan kakitangan bawahan .

 c) Jawatan Bukan Eksekutif

 1. Jawatan bidang kemahiran tinggi.

2. Memerlukan pengalaman dan kemahiran teknikal dalam bidang yang berkaitan.

 

GAVE SPEECH ON HARI RAYA OPEN HOUSE

GAVE SPEECH ON HARI RAYA OPEN HOUSE

TELUK INTAN -PAKATAN RAKYAT HARI RAYA OPEN HOUSE , 17.9.2012 AT TMN. KARENTINA , JLN. MAHARAJALELA

With Yb. Anuar Sudin (Adun Changkat Jong) and Che mat (Teluk Intan PKR chairman)

Visited kg. Selabak Temple -construction in progress 14.9.2012

Visited Hindu Sabha -Abandoned Crematorium Project 14.9.2012

Meeting with Teluk Intan Dap members and supporters At Teluk Intan Dap office 14.9.2012

At Mr.Kaniappan's (Bedridden Patient) house , Kg. Banjar -Teluk Intan

Sri Mathuraveeran  Temple land issue 14.9.2012

Met the temple committee members and chairman at Dap office, Teluk Intan .

MALAYSIA EDUCATION BLUEPRINT 2013 – 2025

13TH SEPTEMBER 2012

MALAYSIA EDUCATION BLUEPRINT 2013 – 2025

What the government and the Education Ministry are resorting to is re-branding; why is there a need for blueprint? Is it an acknowledgement that our education system is a failure? An effective, practical blueprint is right across the straits. If u can follow those of what works, it would have been commendable. Just study our neighbour’s system carefully and adopt their best practices, soon u can achieve equivalent results.

Two major things need to be done to ensure our Education systems stay relevant and equally competitive globally. First, start a series of post-mortem studying the whole assessment grades of the Malaysian Examination Syndicate. Look at the grades of our public exams, they get better each year and more students score straight A’s. Is the Examination Syndicate willing to face reality and grade the public exams according to merit? In short public examination grades are not gifts where anyone can give it in favour of a particular clan or group for their   Political gain.

Secondly allow PPSMI (Teaching of Mathematics and Science in English) to continue with the option for teaching of Science and Mathematics to be taught in Mandarin and Tamil especially for rural schools. It would be good to take into total consideration of the memorandum submitted by the ex-principal of Victoria Institution Mr. Murugasu. He has recommended that English medium of instruction   as well as equity in the composition of all students, staffs, teachers, Headmasters and Ministry officials in terms of racial balance. I also recommend that English literature be brought back in schools. As    there are Students who deserve straight A’s, but then again there are more who do not deserve them.

 

YB. Manogaran (MP for Teluk Intan )

 

Choose quality candidates, DAP urged

Athi Shankar

 

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September 11, 2012

–>September 11, 2012

Teluk Intan MP M Manogaran says a DAP candidate must not be a bankrupt, an alcoholic or a drug addict, or be involved in scandal or vices.

GEORGE TOWN: A DAP parliamentarian today called on the party to field only candidates with the highest integrity, dignity and capability in the next general election.

Teluk Intan MP M Manogaran said only candidates of these qualities would not be vulnerable to enticement and turn into political frogs after being elected as state representatives or MPs.

He said a DAP candidate must not be a bankrupt, an alcoholic or a drug addict, and must not have a criminal record, or be involved in scandal or vices.

In the fast-emerging new political culture in the country, he said the ever-demanding voters were now insisting on candidates of highest integrity and dignity.

He said the party must vet candidates thoroughly to make sure they have a clean background before nominating them for seats.

“Tainted characters should never be [picked as] candidates. Candidates should not betray the party’s trust and the people’s mandate,” he told FMT here today.

He indicated that lack of integrity and dignity were the main reasons for the defections of DAP state representatives in Perak – Hee Yit Fong of Jelapang in 2009 and Keshvinder Singh of Malim Nawar in 2010.

Hee’s defection in particular was a bitter pill to swallow as it caused the downfall of the infant 11-month-old Pakatan Rakyat government in the silver state.

Manogaran said the party should also seriously consider candidates selected by party branches since grassroots sentiments would reflect sentiments of the public.

He is particularly concerned about the quality of DAP’s ethnic Indian candidates in the next election.

He claimed that the community had been let down, shortchanged and betrayed by lack of quality Indian political representatives and leaders over the years.

This time, he said the DAP’s ethnic Indian candidates should have high qualities and a strong political conviction to work with and for the betterment of the community, especially the marginalised group.

“Indian representatives must also respect the people who voted them in,” said Manogaran

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