Malaysia Typically Malaysia

Despite being an engineering university, this place is filled with engineering failures. Even blatant common sense seems to escape to those involved in designing this university. Kinda like how our country is run, we have Petronas Twin Towers yet we have third world infrastructures...

This wasteland, when it rains it pours like there's no tomorrow. So common sense dictates that all walkways connecting each buildings should be shaded. But no, the whole place is so badly planned that the shades only covers certain walkways... So what happens when it rains hmmm? Even the shaded walkways are not fully covered...

Recently, WIFI hotspot has been installed throughout the whole campus. This is a huge feat for this little campus. Its the equivalent of mankind discovering fireworks can be used for military purposes. But even this WIFI hotspot is not stable... Its been going for a few months but still its so unstable. Why is so hard to maintain proper functional WIFI hotspot?

I am curious to know if the university is able, out of the blue, change the curriculum set from the beginning of my course. Initially, my course didn't have the Final Year Project which carries six credit hours. Then, in the middle of my internship they decided that they needed it for US recognition. On top of that, they decided to make an elective compulsory for all to take. So a total of nine credit hours added from no where. Couldn't they notify us earlier so we can plan our curriculum properly?!

Sigh...

-Live Long & Prosper

2 comments:

William said...

9 credit hours just translates to more tuition fees.

Queer Ranter said...

William: Tuition fees are not what I'm annoyed about. Its the sudden change in the curriculum... So annoying.