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Old 16th April 2015, 12:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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IDA defends decision to hire foreigner with 'fake' degree

IDA defends decision to hire foreigner with 'fake' degree

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Background Story: EXPOSED: IDA HIRED A FOREIGNER WITH A DEGREE FROM A KNOWN DEGREE MILL

After it was exposed by netizens that there is a foreigner working in IDA with a degree from a known degree mill, IDA has responded claiming that the MBA degree obtained from the degree mill did not go toward the decision of the HR department to award the job.

Facebook user Sam Tan had posted to the IDA facebook page questioning them about their hiring policies and the allegations about one of their staff holding a fake degree.

In response, IDA said:

We have investigated and would like to share that Nisha Padmanabhan, a Singapore citizen who joined IDA in 2014, has a Bachelor’s degree from a reputable university and was recruited because of this Bachelor degree, extensive past work experience and good track record.

Nisha pursued an MBA out of personal interest, and it was not a relevant certificate for her position in IDA though she was open about the fact that she had obtained it. Her MBA from Southern Pacific University was not a factor that contributed to her employment at IDA.

In fact, 93.5% of all IDA staff that were hired at the level of Applications Consultant were based on their Bachelor’s degree. We would like to share that Nisha has been a committed team member and contributed in her role as an Applications Consultant for the past year.

We would also like to take this chance to share that IDA selects employees based on a holistic set of criteria which includes their educational qualifications, work experience, individual career aspirations and personality traits.

Essentially, IDA is claiming that when they hired her in 2014, they did not consider her MBA at all. Instead, they only looked at her een older bachelor's degree.

Netizens who read the reply were not too pleased:



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Re: IDA defends decision to hire foreigner with 'fake' degree

Hmm... So, she studied or bought the education?

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Re: IDA defends decision to hire foreigner with 'fake' degree

No one will know the answer, except her.

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Re: IDA defends decision to hire foreigner with 'fake' degree

Seriously, I don't expect this kind of answer from IDA.

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Re: IDA defends decision to hire foreigner with 'fake' degree

seriously...???

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Re: IDA defends decision to hire foreigner with 'fake' degree

But anyway, don't think we can change the government agencies in their hiring.

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Re: IDA defends decision to hire foreigner with 'fake' degree

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Hmm... So, she studied or bought the education?
she studied for her basic degree, bought her masters.

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she studied for her basic degree, bought her masters.
I believe that's nothing wrong if she is hired based on her first degree.

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The Singapore Government not doing anything?
Seriously I have nothing against foreigners and talents working here.

But if this person know the degree is fake, got it somehow not through studying...then Singapore authorities still support it?

Seriously they have to investigate the root cause of the person getting this degree after the incident although they never employ him / her through this degree.

IF THE PERSON STUDIED FOR THE DEGREE AND GOT IT BUT IT IS BOGUS FAKE - FORGIVABLE.

if THE PERSON NEVER STUDY FOR IT AND BOUGHT IT AND STILL KEEPS IT - NOT FORGIVABLE.

THIS IS HOW OUR TOP ELITE STUDENTS ARE TAUGHT THE CHERYL'S BORTHDAY MATH PROBLEM SOLVING QUIZ'S STUPID JULY 16TH ANSWER WHICH HAS NO LOGIC AT ALL THOUGH ITS CLAIMED TO BE THE LOGICAL SOLUTION! THESE STUDENS GREW OLDER AND TAKE UP IMPORTANT JOBS AND GVAE SUCH A LOGICAL YET NONSENSICAL ANSWER TO THE PUBLIC'S QUERY.

WANT ME TO POST MORE VIDEOS ON THE MINISTRIES' LOGICAL ANSWER INSTEAD OF FACTUAL ANSWERS TO THE OPPOSITIONS ON TV?

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The Singapore Government not doing anything?
Seriously I have nothing against foreigners and talents working here.

But if this person know the degree is fake, got it somehow not through studying...then Singapore authorities still support it?

Seriously they have to investigate the root cause of the person getting this degree after the incident although they never employ him / her through this degree.

IF THE PERSON STUDIED FOR THE DEGREE AND GOT IT BUT IT IS BOGUS FAKE - FORGIVABLE.

if THE PERSON NEVER STUDY FOR IT AND BOUGHT IT AND STILL KEEPS IT - NOT FORGIVABLE.

THIS IS HOW OUR TOP ELITE STUDENTS ARE TAUGHT THE CHERYL'S BORTHDAY MATH PROBLEM SOLVING QUIZ'S STUPID JULY 16TH ANSWER WHICH HAS NO LOGIC AT ALL THOUGH ITS CLAIMED TO BE THE LOGICAL SOLUTION! THESE STUDENS GREW OLDER AND TAKE UP IMPORTANT JOBS AND GVAE SUCH A LOGICAL YET NONSENSICAL ANSWER TO THE PUBLIC'S QUERY.

WANT ME TO POST MORE VIDEOS ON THE MINISTRIES' LOGICAL ANSWER INSTEAD OF FACTUAL ANSWERS TO THE OPPOSITIONS ON TV?
She has a legit basic degree what. Having a fake rolex doesn't make your authentic nike bag fake what.

On one hand kpkb govt place too much emphasis on uni cert etc then on the other hand kpkb when govt employ people from less renowned unis. I dont know what u all want lah.


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Re: IDA defends decision to hire foreigner with 'fake' degree

Yes, it appears to be a legit school

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Re: IDA defends decision to hire foreigner with 'fake' degree

If someone intentionally get a fake qualification certification it clearly tells the character of the person. Even if the certification has nothing to do with the employment.

We are not talking about employing a person to be a salesperson selling authentic or fake goods. We are talking about hiring a person to work at IDA- the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore.

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Re: IDA defends decision to hire foreigner with 'fake' degree

IDA probes claim about employee said to have fake MBA

She's said to have fake MBA; agency said she was hired based on her BA
Published on Apr 21, 2015 6:31 AM

By Feng Zengkun


THE Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) is investigating a claim that one of its employees has a fake master's degree.

In a Facebook note yesterday, the IDA said it is continuing to look into the case of Ms Nisha Padmanabhan, who joined the agency last year with a master's degree from online-based Southern Pacific University.

The university has been alleged to be a "degree mill" - an institution selling non-accredited educational credentials or diplomas for a fee - and was closed in the United States by a court order. It is now apparently operating in Malaysia.

The IDA has been criticised online after a netizen accused it earlier this month of hiring Ms Padmanabhan despite her allegedly phoney qualification.

Last week, the IDA said on its Facebook page that Ms Padmanabhan, a Singapore citizen, has a bachelor's degree from "a reputable university".

According to her LinkedIn page, she has a bachelor's in electronics and telecommunication from the University of Mumbai in India, and worked for nearly 14 years in various firms before joining IDA.

"She was recruited because of this bachelor's degree, extensive past work experience and good track record," the IDA said.

"Nisha pursued an MBA out of personal interest, and it was not a relevant certificate for her position in IDA though she was open about the fact that she had obtained it."

In fact, 93 per cent of IDA staff at the level of applications consultant were hired because of their bachelor's degree.

The criticism against IDA continued, however, with several people hijacking its Facebook posts on other subjects to comment on Ms Padmanabhan's hiring and the agency's handling of the case.

In its latest post on the matter yesterday, the IDA said: "We understand your sentiments and concerns, and we are continuing to look into the matter."

It asked people with comments to share them on the post, or e-mail info@ida.gov.sg

It added that it would more actively moderate comments on the rest of its Facebook posts so the discussion would remain civil and constructive. It said it does not generally remove comments, but reserves the right to remove those that contain vulgarities, are personal attacks against individuals or are deemed inappropriate.

- See more at: http://www.straitstimes.com/news/sin....xJ9kNDqO.dpuf


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If someone intentionally get a fake qualification certification it clearly tells the character of the person. Even if the certification has nothing to do with the employment.

We are not talking about employing a person to be a salesperson selling authentic or fake goods. We are talking about hiring a person to work at IDA- the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore.
How do we define a fake qualification? Just because it is easy to get that qualification? Or just because it is impossible to fail that course? Or because you just pay some money and you get the paper right away?

- There are tons of masters/ postgrad degree offered by private schools in singapore and tons of singaporeans are still taking them. Can they qualify to be of the same caliber of the masters degree offered by the 3 main unis in Singapore? Can the ones offered by the main unis in Singapore be of the same standard as the ones offered by the very top schools in the world? No.

Not enough to convince you?

SIM or private unis in Singapore. Entry requirements are much lower in these unis and perhaps even non-existent as compared to nus etc. Can people get a degree from these unis with much less effort than the ones in nus etc? It is likely but then again, it depends on the ability of the student as well but generally speaking, I believe there is a general consensus that degrees from sim and etc private unis are probably easier than the ones offered by NUS etc.

Are we making noise about these private uni students getting called graduates, to be grouped with the nus etc grads? No.

Why are we making so much noise about this person then?

Oh just because she took an easier route and got a masters from a degree mill? How about those people that didn't graduate from harvard? Can they still qualify as graduates then?

To be honest, what's the deal with hiring these people for IDA? They are not handling very sensitive information, neither are they dealing with people's lives.


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IDA probes claim about employee said to have fake MBA

She's said to have fake MBA; agency said she was hired based on her BA
Published on Apr 21, 2015 6:31 AM

By Feng Zengkun


THE Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) is investigating a claim that one of its employees has a fake master's degree.

In a Facebook note yesterday, the IDA said it is continuing to look into the case of Ms Nisha Padmanabhan, who joined the agency last year with a master's degree from online-based Southern Pacific University.

The university has been alleged to be a "degree mill" - an institution selling non-accredited educational credentials or diplomas for a fee - and was closed in the United States by a court order. It is now apparently operating in Malaysia.

The IDA has been criticised online after a netizen accused it earlier this month of hiring Ms Padmanabhan despite her allegedly phoney qualification.

Last week, the IDA said on its Facebook page that Ms Padmanabhan, a Singapore citizen, has a bachelor's degree from "a reputable university".

According to her LinkedIn page, she has a bachelor's in electronics and telecommunication from the University of Mumbai in India, and worked for nearly 14 years in various firms before joining IDA.

"She was recruited because of this bachelor's degree, extensive past work experience and good track record," the IDA said.

"Nisha pursued an MBA out of personal interest, and it was not a relevant certificate for her position in IDA though she was open about the fact that she had obtained it."

In fact, 93 per cent of IDA staff at the level of applications consultant were hired because of their bachelor's degree.

The criticism against IDA continued, however, with several people hijacking its Facebook posts on other subjects to comment on Ms Padmanabhan's hiring and the agency's handling of the case.

In its latest post on the matter yesterday, the IDA said: "We understand your sentiments and concerns, and we are continuing to look into the matter."

It asked people with comments to share them on the post, or e-mail info@ida.gov.sg

It added that it would more actively moderate comments on the rest of its Facebook posts so the discussion would remain civil and constructive. It said it does not generally remove comments, but reserves the right to remove those that contain vulgarities, are personal attacks against individuals or are deemed inappropriate.

- See more at: http://www.straitstimes.com/news/sin....xJ9kNDqO.dpuf

The certificate IDA used to reference her job application is it not fake and recognized? If so okay.

the other certificate she pursued in her own interest, was it bought (fake) or she studied and obtained it? If so then okay. If she bought it knowing it's fake - not okay. Don't matter if it is related to the job application or not.

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Re: IDA defends decision to hire foreigner with 'fake' degree

Employee cleared of 'misleading' IDA

Calvin Yang
The Straits Times
Monday, Apr 27, 2015


THE Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) employee who obtained an unaccredited master's degree has been cleared of claims that she misled her employer when applying for a job.

After finishing its investigations, the IDA said yesterday it is satisfied that applications consultant Nisha Padmanabhan did not deceive the agency by listing the MBA from Web-based Southern Pacific University, an alleged diploma mill, in her resume.

The IDA added that Ms Padmanabhan's employment was not based on her MBA, as her position required only a bachelor's degree, and that it also considered her relevant skills and prior work experience.

Ms Padmanabhan, who has a bachelor's in electronics and telecommunication from the University of Mumbai in India, joined the IDA last year.

"She had genuinely believed her MBA programme to be bona fide, and she had put in effort to obtain the qualification," the IDA said.

Earlier this month, netizens criticised the agency for hiring Ms Padmanabhan despite the "phoney" qualification from Southern Pacific University, which was closed in the United States by a court order.

Meanwhile, claims that a senior polytechnic lecturer obtained a fake master's degree have been circulating on Internet forums and social media.

Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) media lecturer Marc Jonet, 52, received a master's in education from non-accredited, online-based Breyer State University three years ago, according to his personal bio, listed on the school's website and his LinkedIn page. Based on the biodata, he is supposedly graduating from the same institution with a doctorate in psychology later this year.

Mr Jonet, who is from Belgium, has been with NP's School of Film and Media Studies for about 15 years.

In a statement on Wednesday, the polytechnic said Mr Jonet was hired based on his prior work experience covering more than 10 years, which included editing and post-production work.

NP added that Mr Jonet pursued the master's programme of his own accord, and that it was not a job requirement and had no bearing on his progression at the institution.

- See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/singapo....kORwBo1s.dpuf

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There is no need to study so hard anymore

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There is no need to study so hard anymore
If you are rich, go buy degree.

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If you are rich, go buy degree.
no need to resort to such means

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no need to resort to such means
Yes, it's pointless to buy fake degree.

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