Pacific Island's Premier University - “The University of Papua New Guinea" is now "Indianized" and "Sri Lankanized" with their fake low-class qualification which is regarded very low and poor in other developed countries like United States, Great Britain, New Zealand and Australia. Their spoken and written English is very poor and below the English benchmark. Papua New Guinea is literally corrupt and bankrupt especially in academic capacities and as a result, the students are replicated at the workplace when they do work because that is the kind of knowledge being imparted by this poor low-class lecture with fake low standard Indian and Sri Lankan lecturers.

Enough is enough now. We got to take back PNG. Hon Marape has just announced in his inaugural address of taking back PNG and this is now time to take back PNG through these universities and chase these people who can hardly write and speak proper English. These Indians and Sri Lankans have so many professors in so many fields and yet cannot speak and write fluent English because their standard is very low. If these Sri Lankan and Indians were given International English testing like IELTS, TOEFL or TOEIC, they all will surely fail.

Our (PNG) standard is very high compared to India and Sri Lanka because our education and qualification is standardized with UK, USA, Australia and New Zealand. That is why our children are at a greater risk of being infiltrated by these Indian and Sri Lankan fake lectures with their substandard qualification. An educated population with eminence is what determines the success of a country and it is now time that we have to do something with the ever-increasing influx of Indians and Sri Lankans into our leading universities. UK, USA, Australians and New Zealanders can come and teach in our universities but these Indians and Sri Lankans should be barred from teaching in our universities. This call has been made by several students and national staff frequently and it has fallen into deaf ears at the corridors of Waigiani.

I am now calling on Prime Minister of this nation, Hon James Marape to act immediately or tomorrow could be too late. I ask Hon Marape to do an academic audit at UPNG School of Public Policy and Business Administration and sack Executive Dean
School of Business and Public Policy Professor Lekshmi N. Pillai and all those Indian and Sri Lankans academics and put a stop on recruiting any more Indian and Sri Lankan lecturer. There have to be applied in other schools in UPNG and then proceed this cleaning exercise to Unitech and other state-owned universities and institutions in the country. James Marape we are calling you again to act immediately for the future of this country. As the saying goes "A blind cannot lead a blind". These blind Indian and Sri Lankan lecturers are blind who do not speak and write proper English and are spoiling our children who are the future leaders of this nation. PLEASE! PLEASE! PLEASE! HON. JAMES MARAPE, ACT NOW AND DO IT NOW FOR THE FUTURE OF OUR CHILDREN.

Below are the Indian and Sri Lankan lecturers at UPNG School of Public Policy Management. If other schools like Science, Law, Humanity and Health Science were included also, the Sri Lankan and Indians lecturers would go up.

1. Professor Lekshmi N. Pillai
Executive Dean
School of Business and Public Policy
University of Papua New Guinea.

2. Mr Ponnusamy Manohar (Senior Lecturer) is currently Deputy Executive Dean
(Academic), Convenor of SBPP Post Graduate Studies and Senior Lecturer of the School of Business and Public Policy. He holds a Master of Business Administration from the Southern Cross University, Australia. He has been in academia for over 25 years. His other qualifications include BBA Hons (Sri Lanka), Higher Dip. Soft. Eng. (Sri Lanka). He has Professional Memberships with CPA Australia, CPA PNG and CIPFA UK. Mr. Manohar teaches subjects in Accounting & Finance, Management,
Statistics, and Information Technology

3. Mr. Panditha Bandara (Senior Lecturer) holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the Postgraduate Institute of Management, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka. His other qualifications include Bachelor of Arts (Sri Lanka) and Higher National Diploma in Accounting from Sri Lanka Technical College. He is also a member of Certified Practicing Accountants of PNG (CAPPNG).

4. Dr. Albert Prabhakar (Senior Lecturer): Dr. G. Albert Prabhakar holds a PhD in Economics from Andhra University, India. His other qualifications include MA (Economics), MBA and B . A. He has 23 years of teaching experience at Post Graduate College level. He has published several research papers on leading Journals, attended several Workshops, Seminars and Conferences. He has completed two Research Projects. Further he has prepared course material for participants of M A (Economics) and MHRM Programs at Andhra University, India. He taught various courses for Master of Economics, Master of Business Administration, Master of Human Resource Management and Undergraduate Programs. He also worked as Head of the Department, Controller of Examination of Postgraduate College, India. His current interest is Development Economics, Human Development and Gender Studies.

5. Dr. Suresh Babu (Lecturer) Mr. Suresh Babu Nagarajan, Lecturer in Accounting with the School of Business and Public Policy at the University of Papua New Guinea. He holds a Master‟s Degree in Philosophy in Commerce and Master Degree in Accounting in Madurai Kamarajar University, Tamil Nadu, India and also have Master‟s in Business Administration Degree (MBA) from the same university. He has been teaching in Papua New Guinea since 2010. He also is pursuing Ph.D., in Commerce in India. His Specialized areas 20 are Financial, Cost and Management Accounting, Taxation, Financial Reporting, Strategic Management Accounting etc., He is Management Accounting, Taxation units for CPAPNG as well for professional accountants since 2011.

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