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SCMS School of Engineering and Technology, Ernakulam
SCMS School of Engineering and Technology, Ernakulam

SCMS School of Engineering and Technology, Ernakulam

  • Kizhakkummuri , Kerala
  • Estd : 2001
  • Ownership : Private
  • Approved By : (AICTE) All India Council of Technical Education
  • Accreditation : NAAC B+
  • Affiliated To : APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University, Thiruvananthapuram
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Top Engineering Colleges in Kerala  |  Top Engineering Colleges in Kerala 2018

Courses

Number of Courses Available: 12

UG (6)

PG (6)

Automobile Engineering 1 Course
B.Tech Automobile Engineering
Full time
4 years
4.96 lakhs
Civil Engineering1 Course
B.Tech Civil Engineering
Full time
4 years
4.96 lakhs
Computer Science Engineering 1 Course
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering
Full time
4 years
4.96 lakhs
Electrical and Electronics Engineering 1 Course
B.Tech Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Full time
4 years
4.96 lakhs
Electronics and Communication Engineering 1 Course
B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
Full time
4 years
4.96 lakhs
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“ Great experience studying here ”
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B. Tech Electrical and Electronics Engineering
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this is one of the best colleges out here. good place. good infrastructure. lots of freedom. great hostel life. the only problem is lack of placement….. Read more »

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“ A good college ”
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B. Tech Mechanical Engineering
2020

Our faculties are very supportive to students in studies as well as other activities. Cultural and sports are given so much promotion. Our infrastruct…. Read more »

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“ Nice but it feel little school-ish ”
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B. Tech Mechanical Engineering
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The collage is nice. Faculties are friendly and smart.They’re really supportive.The infrastructure is a bit down for me.Its like the building is desig…. Read more »

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Total Faculty In College: 158

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Babu P Ouseph Last Seen: 1 month 3 weeks agoJoined on: 08-Jun-2018Education Interest: EngineeringEducation Level: Class 12
B.tech Engineering SCMS School of Engineering and Technology, Ernakulam

What could be the fee structure for the btech electronics and communications course

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Bala 247 Last Seen: 2 weeks 4 days agoJoined on: 25-May-2018Education Interest: EngineeringEducation Level: In Graduation
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It is around 75000/-
you can check through the rank and puc marks in college website
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Dheera.k 2 months ago

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Engineering SCMS School of Engineering and Technology, Ernakulam

For civil how much rank need for some

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Please mention the college so that we can help further. Thanks.
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Sreehri 3 months ago

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If I have 17000 rank ,is any chance to get admission in this collage

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ÑÍthesh Last Seen: 20 hours 58 min agoJoined on: 13-Apr-2016Education Interest: EngineeringEducation Level: In Graduation
hey Sreehriyeah you will definately get a admission in this college , let me tell you in detail with respect to branches you will get which ever the branch you need , if you would like to know exact c…Read More

hey Sreehri

yeah you will definately get a admission in this college , let me tell you in detail with respect to branches you will get which ever the branch you need , if you would like to know exact cut off previous year check the below link

https://engineering.careers360.com/colleges/scms-school-of-engineering-and-technology-ernakulum/cutoff

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Anna Paul 3 months ago

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Anna Paul Last Seen: 3 weeks 5 days agoJoined on: 01-May-2018Education Interest: EngineeringEducation Level: Class 12
Adi Shankara Institute of Engineering and Technology, Kalady Engineering SCMS School of Engineering and Technology, Ernakulam

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Which college is better ASIET,Kalady or FISAT,Mukkannoor ?

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Hello Anna, This is Simran from Careers360, I hope to solve your queryADI SHANKARA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY and FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY both are colleges that attrac…Read More


Hello Anna,

This is Simran from Careers360, I hope to solve your query

ADI SHANKARA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY and FEDERAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY both are colleges that attract foot fall of students in large numbers every year, all those who want to pursue engineering.

This may be considered as second- tier colleges.

Amongst both of them FISAT has higher ranking in education, value for money, activities, college placements etc.

https://admission.aglasem.com/top-engineering-colleges-in-kerala/

In this link it is clearly shown that FISAT is much higher than ASIET.

I hope this helps.

All the best

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Abin James Last Seen: 1 year 1 month agoJoined on: 01-Jul-2017Education Interest: B.E /Btech.Education Level: Class 12
SCMS School of Engineering and Technology, Ernakulam

Which is better, SCMS School of Engineering and Technology or Federal Institute of Science and Technology?

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Manisha Gupta 1 year ago

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Both are the good colleges but as per the reviews & rating you can go for Federal Institute of Science and Technology. For the genuine reviews & rating You can go through with gieven below lin…Read More

Both are the good colleges but as per the reviews & rating you can go for Federal Institute of Science and Technology. For the genuine reviews & rating You can go through with gieven below links.

Federal Institute of Science and Technology

 SCMS School of Engineering and Technology

 

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            SCMS School of Engineering and Technology [SSET], Ernakulam

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            SCMS School of Engineering and Technology [SSET], Ernakulam

            Ernakulam, Kerala AICTE | Estd 2001 MGU, Kottayam Private
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            Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech]
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            BROWSE STREAMS Civil Engineering Automobile Engineering Computer Science And Engineering Electrical And Electronics Engineering Electronics & Communication Engineering Mechanical Engineering

            KEAM 2018

            01 Feb 18 – 10 Apr 18
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            23 Apr 18 – 24 Apr 18
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            Sreehari k j , BE/B.Tech, Pursued: ON 2017 – 2018

            6.8/10

            “I cracked keam,l select this collge becuase its the best college for me for my keam rank,there was direct admission for merit students according to their ranks,i like the stream iam doing”   Read More


            SHOBIN VINOD , Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech.] (Hons.) Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE), Pursued: Fourth Year ON 2017 – 2018

            5.3/10

            “The admission process was simple initially i got in to Adi sankar institute during my first allotment then during the second allotment I got in to Scms the entire admission process was carried out at scms school of engineering and technology ,karukutty.In the admission process I have to submit all m”   Read More


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            Noufal M A , MCA, Pursued: 1st year ON 2015 – 2016

            7.3/10

            “I attend MCA entrance examination and got 1024 rank and i selected SCMS as my good choice i know there is have good environment for study so opted this college.”   Read More


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            6.3/10

            7.1/10academic

            5.5/10accommodation

            7.8/10faculty

            8.4/10infrastructure

            5.1/10placements

            3.9/10social

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            Sreehari k j BE/B.TechPursued 2017 – 2018
            6.8

            STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

            Nice college with average infrastructure,good staffs,and great students

            Remarks –

            Nice experience overall, the college lacks a proper ground,the library facilities are nice.the college provided nice auditorium and also the college owns a 3d printing and scanning lab.

            7/10academic
            7/10faculty
            7/10infrastructure
            7/10food & accom
            7/10placement
            6/10social life
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            SHOBIN VINOD Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech.] (Hons.) Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE)Pursued Fourth Year 2017 – 2018
            5.3

            STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

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            Remarks –

            The college is really good in academics but the management has to put more effort in working to give the students more hand on experience

            5/10academic
            5/10faculty
            7/10infrastructure
            5/10food & accom
            5/10placement
            5/10social life
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            Raj Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Electrical Engineering)Batch : 2014
            5.5

            STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

            Place to know yourself.

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            Need more extra curricular activities to be added to the system also involve the alumni to the school activities that will definitely help more genuine admissions.

            8/10academic
            9/10faculty
            10/10infrastructure
            2/10food & accom
            3/10placement
            1/10social life
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            Anagha Raj Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Electrical Engineering)Batch : 2014
            5.5

            STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

            Place to know yourself.

            Remarks –

            Need more extra curricular activities to be added to the system also involve the alumni to the school activities that will definitely help more genuine admissions.

            8/10academic
            9/10faculty
            10/10infrastructure
            2/10food & accom
            3/10placement
            1/10social life
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            Anjana B.TECHBatch : 2013
            3.0

            STUDENT SATISFACTION RATINGS

            Average College

            Remarks –

            The college is an average one. If you want to have fun and extra curricular activities, this college is not a choice. If you are not going to stay in hostel this college is an option. Fee structure is feasible.

            4/10academic
            5/10faculty
            4/10infrastructure
            3/10food & accom
            1/10placement
            1/10social life
            26 Nov 2015 0 0 report Read More

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            about college

            The SCMS School of Engineering and Technology was established to aspire state of art education in the field of Engineering and Technology. SSET is counted among the first ten institutions to be set up in the state of Kerala under the private self-financing scheme. The college provides an integrated system of learning in all the basic branches. The faculty of the college is well trained, motivated and dedicated towards their assigned roles. The college provides a state of the art infrastructure for its students with a blend of various extra-curricular activities.

            Facts and Figures of SCMS School of Engineering and Technology, Kochi, Kerala

            Year of establishment

            2001

            Affiliated to

            Mahatma Gandhi University  (Kerala)

            How to reach

            Through National Highway No. 47C

            ISO Certification

            ISO 9000:2008 certified by Rina

            Admission Through

            Entrance Exam Conducted by State Entrance Commissioner and Marks of 12th grade

            Institutional Area

            29 acres Campus

            Hostel Accomodation

            475 –Boys

            350 -Girls

            Why to Join SCMS School of Engineering and Technology, Kochi, Kerala?

            • Ranking and Awards: The SSET has been recognized by various authorities and has been awarded for various field:
              • Ranked 6th position among the Ranking of Top Promising Engineering Colleges of Excellence, in an all India, ranking in the survey conducted by GHRDC 2013 (Global Human Resource Development Centre (GHRDC)
              • Ranked 1st position among the ranking of engineering colleges by state during the survey conducted by GHRDC in 2013
              • Ranked 63rd position in The Outlook-MDRA survey 2013 conducted to identify India’s Best Professional College.
              • Ranked 99th position at the All India Level as part of the survey conducted by The Week-Hansa Research
              • Awarded the Advanced Partner Status in recognition for Outstanding Infosys Campus Connect Activities during 2011-12
            • Placements: The College holds a track record of recruiting its students in highly recognized companies of the nation. Some of the recruiters of SSET are Infosys, Cognizant, IBM, Face Academy, Suyati Technologies, etc.

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            Vidya Nagar, Palissery, Karukutty
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            torat hamelech english translation

            Max Blumenthal

            Inside Torat Hamelech, the Jewish extremist terror tract endorsed by state-employed rabbis

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            Religious ultra-Zionists attempt to storm the Supreme Court after the arrest of Dov Lior, a state-employed rabbi from Kiryat Arba who endorsed Torat Hamelech

            Religious ultra-Zionists attempt to storm the Supreme Court after the arrest of Dov Lior, a state-employed rabbi from Kiryat Arba who endorsed Torat Hamelech

            Last year, I reported on a convention of top Israeli rabbis who gathered to defend the publication of Torat Hamelech, a book that relied on rabbinical sources to justify the killing of gentiles, including infants “if it is clear that they will grow up to harm us.” The most prominent rabbinical endorsers, Kiryat Arba’s chief rabbi Dov Lior and Yaakov Yosef, had dismissed police summons at the time, insisting that man’s law could not touch the halakha. A year later, in late June, the Israeli police finally arrested Lior for his role in endorsing and promoting the book.

            Riots broke out almost immediately in the wake of the arrest, with mobs of religious Zionists burning tires and attempting to storm the Israeli Supreme Court compound. Fearing more riots and with sales of Torat Hamelech surging , the police handled Rabbi Yosef with kid gloves , requesting he come in for questioning but not arresting him. In the end, the state neglected to remove Lior, Yosef, or any other state-employed rabbi from his position for endorsing Torat Hamelech.

            Why is Torat Hamelech so explosive? Yuval Dror, an Israeli journalist and academic, excerpted some of the book’s most incendiary passages. What appeared was Jewish exclusivism in its most extreme form, with non-Jews deemed permissible to kill, or Rodef, for the most inconsequential of wartime acts, including providing moral support to gentile armies. The book is a virtual manual for Jewish extremist terror designed to justify the mass slaughter of civilians. And in that respect, it is not entirely different from the Israeli military’s Dahiya Doctrine , or Asa Kasher and Amos Yadlin’s concept of “asymmetrical warfare.” The key difference seems to be the crude, almost childlike logic the book’s author, Rabbi Yitzhak Shapira, marshals to justify the killing of non-Jewish civilians.

            Here are passages from Torat Hamelech, as excerpted by Dror and translated by Dena Bugel-Shunra:

            II. Thou Shalt Not Commit Murder

            Maimonides wrote in the Halachas of Murder, Chapter A, Halacha A:

            He who kills one soul of Israel violates a prohibition, as it is said “thou shalt not commit murder, and if he committed murder maliciously, in front of witnesses, his death shall be by the sword…

            It is therefore made explicit that the “thou shalt not commit murder” prohibition refers only to a Jew who kills a Jew, and not to a Jew who kills a gentile, even if that gentile is one of the righteous among the nations… we have derived that from the verse “thou shalt not commit murder”, one cannot learn that there is a prohibition on killing a gentile.

            (Page 17-18)

            VIII. Conclusion

            I. A gentile must not kill his friend, and if he has killed, he must die.

            II. The prohibition “thou shalt not commit murder” refers to a Jew who kills another Jew.

            III. A Jew who kills a gentile is not required to die.

            IV. The prohibition on a Jew killing a gentile derives from the fact that a gentile is not allowed to kill a gentile.

            (Page 27)

            I. A gentile is killed for one death, and with one judge

            A gentile who violates one of the seven rules [of Noah] must be killed, and he is killed based on the word of one witness and with one judge and with no warning.

            II. A witness becomes a judge

            For the Sons of Noah [gentiles] the witness can himself be a judge. This mean: if one person saw the other committing a crime – he can judge him and kill him for this, as he is the witness and he is the judge… Moses [moshe rabbenu] saw the Egyptian hitting a man of Israel, and killed him for that. So there Moses is the witness and is the judge, and this does not delay the carrying out of the law upon the Egyptian.

            (Pp. 49-50)

            What transpires from these matters is that when you judge a gentile for crimes that he has committed – you must also consider the question of whether he has repented, and if he has – he must not be killed… moreover: it is better that the gentile repent than that we kill him. If we come upon a gentile who does not abide by the Seven Laws [of Noah], and the importance of abiding by them can be explain to him, so he will repent – we would prefer to choose that path, and not judge an kill him.

            (page 70)

            It is explained in Yerushalmi [codex] that when a [child of] Israel [a Jew] is in danger of his life, as people tell him ‘kill this particular gentile or you will be killed’ – is permitted to kill the gentile to save himself… and the [interpreters of the law] Rashi and Maimonides say that the law of requiring to die rather than commit the crime is only valid in case of a Jew against another Jew, not in the case of a Jew against a stranger living among them… It is clear from these statements that when the choice is between losing the life of a stranger living among them and losing the life of a child of Israel [a Jew] – the simple decision is to permit [the killing].

            (Pp. 157-158)

            When the question is of a life of a gentile weighed against the life of a child of Israel [Jew], the initial proposal returns, which is that a Jew can violate  law in order to save himself, as what is at stake is the soul [life] of a Jew – which supersedes the entire Torah [code of law] – in contrast with the life of a stranger living among us, which does not permit any Torah prohibition to be superseded.

            (page 162)

            To save the life of a gentile, one does not violate the Sabbath rules, and it is clear from this that his life is not like the value of the life of a child of Israel, so it may be used for the purpose of saving the life of a child of Israel.

            (page 167)

            An enemy soldier in the corps of intelligence, logistics, and so forth aids the army that fights against us. A soldier in the enemy’s medical corps is also considered a “rodef” [villain who is actively chasing a Jew], as without the medical corps the army will be weaker., and the medical corps also encourages and strengthens the fighters, and helps them kill us.

            A civilian who supports fighters is also consider Rodef, and may be killed… anyone who helps the army of the evil people in any way, strengthens the murderers and is considered to be Rodef.

            (page 184)

            III. Support and encouragement

            A civilian who encourages the war – gives the king and the soldiers the strength to continue with it. Therefore, every citizen in the kingdom that is against us, who encourages the warriors or expresses satisfaction about their actions, is considered Rodef and his killing is permissible. Also considered Rodef is any person who weakens our kingdom by speech and so forth.

            (p. 185)

            We are permitted to save ourselves from the Rodef people. It is not important who we start with, as long as we kill the Rodef people, and save ourselves from the danger they pose. And see for yourself: if you say that the fact that there are many of them brings up the question of whom to start with, and that that question is supposed to delay us from saving for ourselves – why it stands to reason: the existence of any one of them postpones the salivation, and this is the reason to treat each and every one as a complete Rodef, and to kill him, so he will not cause this ‘life-threatening’ question…

            Whoever is in a situation where it is clear that he will chase and danger us in the future – it is not necessary to give it fine consideration as to whether at this moment, exactly, he is actively helping the chasing [harassment?] of us.

            (Pp. 186-187)

            X. People who were forced to partner with the enemy

            We have dealt, so far, with gentiles whose evil means that there is a reason to kill them. We will now turn to discuss those who are not interested in war and object to it with all force…

            We will start with a soldier, who is party to fighting against us, but is doing so only because he has been forced by threats to take part in the war.

            If he was threatened with loss of money and such things – he is completely evil. There is no permission to take part in chasing and killing due to fear of loss of money, and if he does so -he is a Rodef in every definition thereof.

            And if he was threatened that if he would not participate in the war, he would be killed – according to the MAHARAL [rabbi]… just as he is permitted to kill others – so, too, can others (even gentiles)kill him, so we will not die. And for this reason, according to the MAHARAL, it is simply evident that such a soldier may be killed.

            And according to the Parashat Drachim [rabbi? Or possibly book of law?] – he must not participate in the murdering even if he must give his life due to this. And if he does so [participates] – he is evil and may be killed, like any other Rodef.

            We will remind, again, that this discusses all types of participation in the war: a fighter, a support soldier, civilian assistance, or various types of encouragement and support.

            (P. 196)

            XVI. Infants

            When discussing the killing of babies and children – why on the one hand, we see them as complete innocents, as they have no knowledge, and therefore are not to be sentenced for having violated the Seven Laws, and they are not to be ascribed evil intent. But on the other side, there is great fear of their actions when they grow up… in any event, we learn that there is an opinion that it is right to hurt infants if it is clear that they will grow up to harm us, and in such a situation the damage will be directed specifically at them.

            (Pp. 205-200)

            IV. Killing the enemy like killing our own men

            If the king is permitted to kill his own men for the purpose of war – that same opinion also holds with regard to people who belong to the evil kingdom. In a war of righteous people against evil people, we assume that the evil will eventually hurt us all, if we let it raise its head, and the people of the evil kingdom will also suffer from it.

            We are, in fact, arguing to any person from the evil kingdom: if you belong to the evil king – you are liable to be killed for helping murderers; and if you do not help him – you should help us, and it is permissible to kill you as we kill our own people (as we are all in trouble together, and in such a situation it is permissible to kill the few in order to save the many.)

            This theory also permits intentional hurting of babies and of innocent people, if this is necessary for the war against the evil people. For example: If hurting the children of an evil king will put great pressure on him that would prevent him from acting in an evil manner – they can be hurt (even without the theory that it is evident that they will be evil when they grow up.)

            (P. 215)

            VII. Revenge

            One of the needs which exists, in the hurting of [Evil people?] is the revenge. In order to beat [win the war against] the evil people, we must act with them in a manner of revenge, as tit versus tat…

            In other words, revenge is a necessary need in order to turn the evil-doing into something that does not pay off, and make righteousness grow stronger; and as great as the evil is – so is the greatness of the action needed against it.

            (Pp. 216-217)

            Sometimes, one does evil deeds that are meant to create a correct balance of fear, and a situation in which evil actions do not pay off… and in accordance with this calculus, the infants are not killed for their evil, but due to the fact that there is a general need of everyone to take revenge on the evil people, and the infants are the ones whose killing will satisfy this need; and they can also be viewed as the ones who are set aside from among a faction, as reality has chosen them to be the ones whose killing will save all of them [the others from that faction?] and prevent evildoing later on. (And it does indeed turn out that to this consideration, the consideration that we brought forth at the end of the prior chapter also definitely is added – which is, that they are in any event suspected of being evil when they grow up.)

            4 thoughts on “Inside Torat Hamelech, the Jewish extremist terror tract endorsed by state-employed rabbis

            1. chayma100

              Superb piece Max, the best i’ve seen on this subject. Thanks for the translation, Shunra, wonderful work. You two make a deadly duo
              Possibly the most lethal weapon facing these wannabee mass murderers!

              I heard that Rabbi Lior signed his name to the book, or wrote a preface, not sure which. Some deny that he lent support, but if he wrote a preface, that means he endorsed it.

              The book is a virtual manual for Jewish extremist terror designed to justify the mass slaughter of civilians. And in that respect, it

              Yes, and whilst it’s perhaps to be expected that these zealots would want to kill non Jews, (Baruch Goldstein and his ilk come to mind) what is less known is that it legitimises killing of Jewish civilians too, if they are seen as enablers or helpers. There is already one solid case of this “Rodef” law being put into practice, that of Yygal Amir’s murder of President Rabin for signing Oslo

              Yygl Amir, had tried to get a Rabbi’s sanction for his assasination of Rabin as a “Rodef”, using this religious law, but none were willing to give it to him. It’s debateable whether that was because they feared arrest, or because they disagreed with him. Therefore, Amir decided that when God gave him the sign he would kill Rabin, and he attempted twice before succeeding on his third attepmt. According to these interpretations, cedeing Israeli territory wuld classify the “traitor President” as a “din rodef” thus a legit target for assasination under this law, (“law of the pursuer”). Anyone classified as such has to be killed. It’s not murder then. Yygal Amir thought he was carrying out God’s will.

              Since there is a clear precedent, it can be safely assumed that if Netanyahu, (or whomever succeeds him as President) signs a peace deal or decides to cede territory he will be declared a “Rodef”.

              This whole incident, about Torat HaMalech, the arrests, acquittal and the reluctance of the state to do anything, raises some troubling questions that need addressing:

              1. How many people in Israel actually support Torat Hamelech? Have there been any polls or reliable data? The Jewish Taliban is actually on the increase in Israel

              2. How many Israeli’s would agree with the “Rodef” law being put into practice should a final peace deal be signed which included ceding territory?

              3. Has Israel’s Chief Rabbi or other prominent Rabbi said anything about Torat Hamelech either endorsing it or otherwise?

              4. Is Torat Hamelech actually taught to Yeshiva students anywhere in Israel if not in Kiryat Arba?

              Does anyone have any answers preferabely with reliable data? If so, please elaborate…

            2. chayma100

              Here is an Israeli website that takes a criticial look at the likes of Rabbi Lior’s theological interpretations of Othodox Judaism. It’s run by Rabbi’s who are atheists, and ones doesn’t have to agree with all their conclusions or outlook, nevertheless, the text they source is worth looking at as they quote from sources used by these extremists.

              Of course not all Orthodox Jews follow these dicates, and when reading, it should be remembered that these daat Emet Rabbis are anti Orthodox but this is precisely why they are anti Orthodox. It gives an insight into how some these Jewish extremists like Rabbi Lior, form their opinions and justify attacks on civilians in Israel, and attacking the religion of their followers, since attacking false prophets is encouraged. Hence their support of hate, is a mitzvah, it probably explains the role of the Pamela Gellers, in the the Islamophobic industry. Residents who are non Jews are classed either as resident aliens or resident converts and are not spared from being legit targets of death in Israel. The fate of secular Jews doesn’t appear to be any better, as Yygal Amir proved in murdering President Rabin using the “Rodef” law discussed in the article above.

              The website is Daat Emet, and the President of the Editorial Board and Founder: Rabbi Moshe Segal OBM

              If any readers can shed light, it would be interesting to debate…..do we have any Rabbi’s here? I wish there was a separate discussion forum here at your website Max, many of your articles lead to interesting spin off subjects that need to be delved into deeply. Perhaps you could add one? 🙂

              ———-
              The Distinction between Jews and Gentiles in Torah
              http://www.daatemet.org/articles/article.cfm?article_id=119lang=en
              Rabbi David Bar Chaim
              Yeshivat Mercaz HaRav
              Introduction
              1. Between Jews and Gentiles – In Halacha

              A. Killing a Gentile

              It is written in the Torah (Leviticus 24:17): “He who kills any man shall surely be put to death,” and it is also stated in the portion of Mishpatim (Exodus 21:14):

              *

              We learn from the Mechilta that a Jew who killed a Gentile with intent is not put to death by the Beit Din, as he would be had he killed a Jew. The halacha is the same concerning a ger toshav,

              *

              In contrast, a ger toshav (and all the more so a Gentile) who killed a Jew, even unintentionally, is put to death, as we learned in chapter 2 of Tractate Makkot, mishnah 3, and in the Gemara there (9a), and as Maimonides wrote in chapter 5 of The Laws of a Murderer and Protecting Life, halacha 4: “A ger toshav who killed a Jew without intent — even though he did it unintentionally, he is put to death.”

              *

              The Secular Jew’s Place in Halacha
              http://www.daatemet.org/articles/article.cfm?article_id=121LANG=en
              In this essay we will see how the Jewish Halacha and laws forbid the secular person any access to Jewish culture, communal or ceremonial involvement. We wonder why the public which values democracy and critical thought has abandoned the wealth of Jewish culture to the Rabbinic-Charedi public which jealously guards its hide-bound rituals as unchangeable, which lives off the secular public and yet ridicules it, which sees this public as inferior and discriminates against it every chance it gets, on all Halachic issues.

              Morality in Halacha
              Therefore it is first appropriate to clarify the commandment Love your fellow as yourself and from that you will learn all the subsections of deeds of kindness.

              http://www.daatemet.org/articles/article.cfm?article_id=117LANG=en
              Know that what is written in Deuteronomy 10:19,
              “And love the stranger because you were strangers in the land of Egypt,”
              applies only to the a convert (and not a ger toshav who has not converted) as Maimonides wrote in Sefer HaMitzvot, positive commandment 207: “And the 207th commandment is that we are commanded to love the stranger, as the exalted One said (Deuteronomy 10:19), ‘And love the stranger.’ Even though such a one is included in what He said of the people of Israel, ‘Love your fellow as yourself’ — as this is a righteous convert — since he entered the covenant of the Torah, G-d added more love to him and dedicated a specific commandment about him.”

              So you see that the supreme value of one who observes Torah and the commandments is the worship of G-d. Whoever is not in this category (non-Jews, apostates, secular Jews who do not fulfill commandments, etc.) is not included in the commandment “love your fellow”! It is not for naught that the Torah ended the verse “Love your fellow as yourself” with the phrase “I am G-d.”

            3. chayma100

              video clip from Al Jazeera

              Torat HaMelech (???? ????) –
              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1kpchmAD7Qfeature=related
              Killing Gentiles and the Halachah

            4. Chayma

              More from Daat Emet, the Israeli watch dog whose Rabbi’s monitor Jewish Orthodox Fundamentalism

              The rabbi’s words about the law of rodef
              Answer: Publication date: 11-07-2004
              Title: The rabbi’s words about the law of rodef
              Content: Dear Yigal,
              http://www.daatemet.org/questions/index.cfm?MESSAGEID=1444
              According to Judaism, when the Jews hold power and they have religious authority, it is forbidden to allow gentiles in the Land of Israel unless they have accepted upon themselves the seven Noachide commandments. Thus did Maimonides write: “None of these matters [which are practiced to keep the peace with gentiles] is applicable except when the Jews are in exile amongst the idolaters [he meant the gentiles, even if they do not worship the stars and the zodiac] or when the idolaters have sway over the Jews, but when the Jews hold power over them it is forbidden for us to allow idolaters in our midst, even temporarily or in passing from place to place for business. They shall not pass through our land until they have accepted upon themselves the seven Noachide commandments” (Idolatry 10:6).

              Sincerely,

              Daat Emet

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            Thursday, November 04, 2010



            Torat HaMelech – Part 5

            I’ve finally finished reading Torat HaMelech Part 1, cover to cover, all 230 pages with the footnotes. In an earlier post I suggested that I would write a review of the book. So here it is:

            Torat HaMelech Part 1
            R’ Yitzchak Shapira and R’ Yosef Elitzur
            230 pages
            Yeshivat Od Yosef Chai

            Torat HaMelech is the book that the Torah observant soldier has been waiting for. The books for religious soldiers up until now dealt for the most part with the private miztvah observance of the soldier: how to keep the Sabbath, dietary laws, etc. in the army. Finally, someone has taken the responsibility to clarify what is proper in time of war and what is not, relying on Torah sources and not from what he or she imagines to be “moral”. We learn our morals from the Torah, and not from the Sabbath desecrating judges of the Israeli High Court of Justice.

            The pedagogical technique of the book is fantastic. The authors take the reader step by step, teaching him the foundations of these laws before moving on to more complex situations. Everything they write is backed up by Rabbinic sources, which they quote in their original language and later explain in modern day Hebrew. This gives the reader the feeling that he is listening to a lecture. At the end of the book is a three page summary of the book’s six chapters. You really feel that the authors are doing everything they can to make the deep halachic inquiries understandable to the average religious Jew who has a background in Jewish learning.

            It is no secret that the book caused an uproar among the ignorant and among the learned as well. Personally, I could not care less what the ignoramuses have to say. They lack the tools to understand such a work. What’s more, their desire to promote their warped version of reality often compromises any intellectual integrity they might have had. On the other hand, I am very interested in what the Rabbis have to say about the book. The gauntlet has been thrown down! Any Torah Scholar that does not agree with the book will have to pick up the gauntlet and show where the authors are mistaken, using Torah sources. Blanket condemnations that are not backed up with appropriate references to Rabbinic literature will not be accepted!

            The relevance of the book is obvious. Immoral people spread their mistaken notions of morality through the mass media. Combat soldiers are sent to jail for using “nohal shachen“, which Torat HaMelech teaches us is a completely acceptable practice according to the Torah. The IDF endangers the lives of its soldiers in order to protect the lives of the enemy’s civilians, a practice which is against Jewish Law and common sense.

            This book is not easy reading. It is not a novel. If you do not have a background in Jewish learning the book is not for you. However, if you do have a background, and you are interested in knowing what the Torah has to say about morality in war, the book is highly recommended. I cannot wait for Part Two.

            6 comments:

            Non Jew With a View
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            Dean
            said…

            Thanks for the review, I suspected as much. Where can I get a copy in translation?

            Point of Information: the Catholic Church also published extensively treatise under the rubric of justifications for war and I don’t see the Israeli government prosecuting priests for inciting actions as are being prosecuted agasint Rabbi Lior.

            Cosmic X
            said…

            Dean,

            You are welcome. I don’t think that the book has been translated into English.

            Wes
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            This comment has been removed by the author.

            MC Complete
            said…

            This is not the book that the soldier has been waiting for. Soldiers should do what their commander tells them (except in very extreme situations). Halachot of war are relevant to policymakers, not foot soldiers.

            Cosmic X
            said…

            MC,

            What are these "very extreme situations"?

            For the soldier that is faithful to the Torah, anything that is against halacha is a very "extreme situation".

            Therefore, it is very important to know what the halacha has to say. The laws of God are more important than the laws of man.


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            By Chris Swimmer on March 21, 2013 in GRE Score

            This post was updated in May 2018 to reflect the most recent information available.

            Applying to graduate school and wondering what’s the average GRE score for engineering programs? Want to know what score you need to get accepted to the best engineering schools, like those at MIT ? Unfortunately, the average scores vary greatly by school, and not all schools are forthcoming with their admittance scores. Luckily for you, each year, the US News and World Report is kind enough gather whatever score data they can get from graduate schools and put it all together for us in a nifty little book and website.

            Lucky future engineers! Unlike some programs, engineering programs do submit data to US News & World. This means that we know the GRE scores for admitted students in the top 100 engineering programs.

            So let’s take a look at that data, and then what that data tells us. (Because let’s face it: everyone knows that for engineers, data interpretation is more than a little important.)

            Average GRE Quant Scores for Engineering Programs

            US News & World RankSchoolAverage GRE (Quant) of Admitted Engineering Students
            1MIT166
            2Stanford167
            3University of California – Berkeley166
            4 (tie)California Institute of Technology168
            4 (tie)University of Michigan – Ann Arbor166
            5 Carnegie Mellon167
            7Purdue University165
            8Georgia Institute of Technology164
            9 University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign166
            10 (tie)University of Southern California166
            10 (tie)University of Texas – Austin165
            12 (tie)Columbia University167
            12 (tie)Texas A&M University164
            12 (tie)University of California – San Diego166
            15Cornell University166
            16University of California – Los Angeles165
            17Princeton University166
            18 (tie)Johns Hopkins University166
            18 (tie)University of Pennsylvania166
            20 (tie)Northwestern University165
            20 (tie)University of Wisconsin-Madison164
            22 (tie)Harvard University167
            22 (tie)University of Maryland165
            24 (tie)North Carolina State164
            24 (tie)University of California-Santa Barbara164
            26 (tie) Duke University166
            26 (tie)University of Washington163
            28University of Minnesota-Twin Cities164
            29 Ohio State University165
            30 (tie)Rice University166
            30 (tie)Virginia Tech163
            32 University of Colorado – Boulder162
            33 (tie)Pennsylvania State University164
            33 (tie)University of California – Davis163
            35 (tie) Boston University165
            35 (tie)University of California – Irvine164
            37 (tie)Northeastern University162
            37 (tie)Vanderbilt University164
            39 Yale University167
            40University of Virginia165
            41 (tie)New York University164
            41 (tie)Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute165
            43 (tie)Iowa State University165
            43 (tie)University of Florida163
            45 (tie)Arizona State University162
            45 (tie)University of Rochester165
            47 (tie)Brown University166
            47 (tie)University of Delaware166
            47 (tie)University of Pittsburgh164
            50 (tie)Case Western Reserve University165
            50 (tie)Washington University in St. Louis167
            52 (tie)Dartmouth College165
            52 (tie)Rutgers University164
            54 (tie)University of Dayton158
            54 (tie)University of Notre Dame163
            56 (tie)Colorado State University165
            56 (tie)Michigan State University163
            56 (tie)University of Tennessee – Knoxville160
            58 (tie)Colorado School of Mines159
            58 (tie)University of Arizona161
            58 (tie)University of Utah161
            61 (tie)Lehigh University165
            61 (tie)University at Buffalo-SUNY163
            61 (tie)University of California-Riverside163
            61 (tie)University of Texas-Dallas163
            65 (tie)University of Illinois-Chicago161
            65 (tie)University of Massachusetts-Amherst154
            67 (tie)Stony Brook University-SUNY164
            67 (tie)University of Connecticut162
            69 (tie)Clemson University158
            69 (tie)Tufts University163
            69 (tie)University of Houston161
            69 (tie)University of Iowa162
            74Illinois Institute of Technology160
            75 (tie)Auburn University154
            75 (tie)Oregon State University160
            75 (tie)Rochester Institute of Technology160
            75 (tie)Stevens Institute of Technology161
            75 (tie)Syracuse University162
            75 (tie)University of Central Florida159
            75 (tie)Washington State University161
            82Drexel University158
            83 (tie)Michigan Technological University161
            83 (tie)University of New Mexico158
            83 (tie)University of Texas-Arlington157
            86 (tie)George Washington University164
            86(tie)University of University of California-Santa Cruz 163
            88 (tie)New Jersey Institute of Technology158
            88 (tie)University of Missouri 162
            88 (tie)Worcester Polytechnic Institute163
            91 (tie)Texas Tech University160
            91 (tie)University of Cincinnati162
            91 (tie)University of Nebraska-Lincoln161
            91 (tie)University of South Florida158
            95 (tie)University of Alabama-Huntsville157
            95 (tie)University of Kansas159
            97 (tie)Brigham Young University162
            97 (tie)Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis162
            97 (tie)Louisiana State University-Baton Rouge160
            97 (tie)Southern Methodist University162
            97 (tie)Tulane University161
            97 (tie)University of Kentucky158
            97 (tie)University of Miami160
            97 (tie)University of Oklahoma159
            97 (tie)University of South Carolina159

            What Can We Take Away from Engineering Programs’ Average GRE Scores?

            If you’re applying to graduate programs in Engineering and are wondering about your GRE scores, this table provides an enormous amount of information. This is particularly true if you look at the data in terms of correlation between school rankings and GRE scores (quant). If you do, you may notice:

            • The average GRE score (quant) of students admitted to top-10 Engineering programs is 166
            • The average GRE score (quant) of students admitted to Engineering programs ranked 11-50 is 165. While this is very close to the scores of students admitted to top-ten programs, note that the scores from 11-30 push this average way up; scores only start to drop appreciably from around 31-50.
            • The average GRE score (quant) of students admitted to Engineering programs ranked 51-100 is 162.

            While GRE scores are not the only factor that adcoms look at, you’ll see that there is a strong relationship between a program’s rank and the scores of its admitted students.
             

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            Verbal Score for Engineering?

            So where’s the verbal data?

            In most cases, it’s available on the individual school pages on U.S. News & World. However, your verbal scores will play such a small role in your admission to engineering schools that it’s not worth stressing about. Average, in this case, is good enough! (Average verbal scores are around 150, while the average verbal scores of those intending to pursue entry into engineering programs are 149.)

            What does that mean for you? Well, while an average GRE quantitative score will put you at a major disadvantage in your application, an average verbal score will put you right in the middle of the pack.

            That’s not say don’t study for verbal! Definitely check with your intended schools and see what information they reveal about the weight of verbal scores. It could be that scoring in the 75th percentile puts you ahead, or it could be that only your quantitative score is important. That might ultimately be a mystery, but just keep in mind that scoring around average in verbal won’t be killer.

            Average GRE Scores for Future Engineers

            As we’ve seen, average quant scores may prove to be a disadvantage for you, especially if you’re applying to competitive programs. So just what is the average GRE score of test-takers intending to apply to engineering school? We’ve already seen that in verbal, it’s 149—but brace yourself, because it’s 159 in quant for engineers taking the test. To contextualize that 159, it’s in the 73rd percentile.

            Average GRE Scores by Engineering Focus

            However, those averages start to vary a little when we take focus and specializations into account. Check out the average GRE quant scores for different tracks.

            GRE Scores of Intended Engineering Students by Track

            Engineering TrackAverage GRE Quant Score of Students Intending to Study This Track
            Chemical Engineering161
            Civil Engineering158
            Electrical Engineering159
            Industrial Engineering159
            Materials Engineering162
            Mechanical Engineering159
            Other160

            Again, you can see there’s not a whole lot of flexibility in scores, but that’s not surprising, given the quantitative nature of engineering.

            What GRE Score Do You Need for Engineering Programs?

            While there is no magic bullet score that will get you in to the best engineering schools, a quantitative score between 161-166 will put you in average company for the top 100 programs. Therefore, you should try to get into the 160s. Again, that’s not a ton of breathing room, but, hey, you want to be an engineer? You should probably be pretty decent at math.

            How Do You Get a Score Good Enough to Get In?

            The answer to this tough question depends on your available time and skill level in math (and verbal!). First you’ll need a good study plan , probably a math focused one. A lot of Magoosh students have used these schedules to great success. You’ll also need some good GRE resources . Be careful, there’s a lot of GRE prep materials out on the market to sift through, and a lot of it’s not great. My colleague Chris Lele has reviewed the major GRE prep books and it’s worth a read. And of course I’d be remiss if I didn’t recommend checking out Magoosh , as our students regularly experience strong gains in quantitative scores .

            **UPDATE!**
            Due to the overwhelming response in the comments, I’ve had to shut them off, so some final advice for those in search of whether or not your scores are good:

            1. Remember that schools assess more than your GRE
            2. The internet is your friend. Go through US News and then check the internet for schools that seem like a good fit.
            3. Snoop on the forums for more specific advice. There are always people willing to help there.
            4. If you still have questions, don’t be afraid to reach out to admissions committees, professors, and current students.

            Good luck, everyone!

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            Average GRE Scores by school

            What are Average GRE Scores of students who got admitted to a University?
            Not all universities publish that data (it’s hard to find on their websites. Also, many top Universities now have a policy “there is no min. GRE”.. well we all know there is a 1% chance of getting admission to Stanford if your GRE is <300. GRE is important (especially for International students). We also believe if your score is 160+ in Q, 155+ in V and 4+ A then you should try top 20 Universities (again depends on your GPA and other academic / extra-curricular / research work). Your previous university's rank, GPA, GRE and research work (like papers published), work experience are important factors for admission.Can I get admission in Top 20 University if my GRE score is high but my Undergraduate degree is from average University (no research/work experience etc)
            The answer is YES! We have seen this many times.

            What is a good GRE score?
            If your score is 320+ (with GRE Q >163+), then it’s good to apply to any University.
            If your GRE Verbal score is <145 you may not be able to make top 50 programs. Check GRE percentiles for your score. Many Universities publish requirements in percentiles.Is GRE Verbal important for MS/PhD in Engineering
            Yes it is important. If you want to get in a top college then GRE Verbal is important.

            UniversityCourseAverage GRE Score
            UT – AustinPetroleum Engg.155(V)
            165(Q)
            3.7(GPA)
            GATechECE158(V)
            167(Q)
            3.8(A)
            Stanford UniversityManagement Science &Engineering 160(V)
            166(Q)
            4.0(A)
            University of WisconsinChemical and Biological Engg.158(V)
            164(Q)
            4.3(A)
            Texas A&M Aerospace Engg.321(V+Q)
            University of WashingtonCS and EngineeringV (83%)
            Q (93%)
            A (61%)
            University of VirginiaEngineering155(V), 159(Q)
            Columbia UniversityEngineeringV (64%)
            Q (82%)
            MITCivil & Environmental EngineeringV(80%)
            Q(80%)
            4.6(A)
            UC DavisCivil & Environmental Engineering157(v)
            162(Q)
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            University of California DavisECE153(v)
            165(Q)
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            CSUN, FDU, Widener, Bridgeport (GRE not reqd. for Engg.), North Texas, Cal State Chico, NDSU

            GRE(V+Q>295-305) TOEFL>213 (80 iBT) GPA>3/4
            SJSU, Bradley, Texas A&M Kingsville, Western Michigan, FIT, with Good TOEFL or GPA
            SJSU, Portland State University….

            GRE(or V+Q>305-310) TOEFL>213 (80 iBT) GPA>3/4
            Wayne S.U., IIT Chicago, Texas Tech University, University of Houston, Dayton, Mississippi State, With Good TOEFL/GPA West Virginia, New Mexico State, Utah State, UT-Arlington,
            UT Dallas, U-Kentucky, UM-Rolla, Auburn, NJIT, Toledo…

            GRE(V+Q>305-315) TOEFL>213 (80 iBT) GPA>3/4
            SUNY SB, LSU, Boston University, U Utah (Competitive), Arizona, ASU, Cincinnati, Clemson,
            SUNY Buffalo, Tennessee-Knoxville, Washington S.U., UMBC, Worcester Poly,
            Syracuse, Oregon State (EE may be tough)..

            GRE(V+Q>310-320) TOEFL>250 (96-100 iBT) GPA>3/4
            North Carolina S.U., Michigan S.U. (V. Low acceptance rate), Iowa State, USC, UM
            Amherst (V. Low acceptance rate), University of Illinois
            Chicago, Texas A&M, V Tech., Vanderbilt University (V. Low acceptance rate).

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            The current nominal scores for successful applicants for admission are 750 for
            the quantitative part and 550 for the verbal part. The average scores of
            accepted applicants are generally higher than those scores. TOEFL>250+,
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            Above are Universities for mid range GRE scores. For High scores top 30 ranked Universities may be Used.

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            *213 (80) is minimum for TOEFL and score below this may not be acceptable or student may face visa rejection.
            *Above table is general and there may be deviations.
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            **60/65%(or 1st Division) are for India, UK.
            **80/100 are for China. 80/100 for Taiwan. 4/5 for Japan etc for few other countries, checkout GPA section.

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            A cool and fun thing to do.

            No modding or downloading needed. It was actually designed by the facebook team.

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              Hello,

              I want to plot types of methods vs their corresponding numbers. That is, X axes will be string and Y axes will be numbers. Currently, my matrix is cell as below:

              neworder =

               'N2' [0.1700] 'HC' [0.1700] 'SAGD' [0.1800] 'Steamflood' [0.4500] 'CSS' [0.4500] 'hot Water' [0.4500] 'CO2' [0.5100] 'Polymer' [0.6300] 'ASP' [0.6300] 'Combustion' [0.6500]

              I tried to plot string vs. numbers. It didn’t work out. Basically, my X axes is the first column and Y axes is the second column.

              Thank you,

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              neworder = 'N2' [0.1700] 'HC' [0.1700] 'SAGD' [0.1800] 'Steamflood' [0.4500] 'CSS' [0.4500] 'hot Water' [0.4500] 'CO2' [0.5100] 'Polymer' [0.6300] 'ASP' [0.6300] 'Combustion' [0.6500]
              bar([neworder:,2])
              set(gca,'XtickL',neworder(:,1))

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              With Matlab R2016a I need to use ‘XtickLabel’

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              I have a similar problem.

              I am trying to do this in my code

              data_strings = ... '-[(u^\prime\cdot\nabla)\omega_r^\prime]^*' [-2.5 -1.6 -1. -2.1 -1.25 -0.85]... '[(\omega^\prime\cdot\nabla)u_r^\prime]_\perp^*' [0.15 0.05 0.01 2.2 1.04 0.5]... '[(\omega^\prime\cdot\nabla)u_r^\prime]_^*' [0.3 0.25 0.1 -1.3 -0.65 -0.62]... '[-(2\Omega\cdot\nabla)u_r^\prime]^*' [0.87 0.7 0.77 1 0.81 0.79] '[\nu\nabla^2\omega_r^\prime]^*' [0.6 0.42 0.3 0.12 0.17 0.05];

              But I keep getting the following error.

              Error using vertcat

              Dimensions of matrices being concatenated are not consistent.

              Is there a way I can make this work?

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              figure1 = figure;
              axes1 = axes('Parent',figure1,'XTickLabel',neworder(:,1));
              box(axes1,'on');
              hold(axes1,'all');
              % Create plot
              plot(cell2mat(neworder(:,2)));

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              I am doing a school project on environmental analysis and was trying to compare various factors such as carbon emission energy consumption, forest area and population. I have managed to plot a simple 2D graph as below but am keen to place the names of the countries at the bottom of each bar vertically @ the x axis point. Would that be possible ?

              Also i felt that the way i am visualizing my data is rather bad or unclear. Is there a better way like adding colored bar or using graphs or 3d scatter ?

              My Code would be as below..

               %1-21, 22-42, 43-63, 64-84% combine = table(C1990, C1991, C1992, C1993, C1994, C1995, C1996, C1997, C1998, C1999, C2000, C2001, C2002, C2003, C2004, C2005, C2006, C2007, C2008, C2009, C2010,... F1990, F1991, F1992, F1993, F1994, F1995, F1996, F1997, F1998, F1999, F2000, F2001, F2002, F2003, F2004, F2005, F2006, F2007, F2008, F2009, F2010,... E1990, E1991, E1992, E1993, E1994, E1995, E1996, E1997, E1998, E1999, E2000, E2001, E2002, E2003, E2004, E2005, E2006, E2007, E2008, E2009, E2010,... P1990, P1991, P1992, P1993, P1994, P1995, P1996, P1997, P1998, P1999, P2000, P2001, P2002, P2003, P2004, P2005, P2006, P2007, P2008, P2009, P2010,... 'RowNames', Country)
              year = 1990:1:2010;
              h1 = combine(1:59 ,:)
              h2 = combine(:, 'C1990' 'F1990' 'E1990' 'P1990' ) 
              % Draw a bar chart for a number of variables
              vars = 'C1990' , 'F1990' , 'E1990' , 'P1990'
              ylabels = 'Carbon Emission' 'Forest Land Area' 'Energy COnsumption' 'Population';
              for i = 1: length( vars ) % field/variable names for structures/datasets must be char arrays variable = char( vars (i) ); % dynamically reference dataset variable data = combine.( variable ); figure; bar( data ); set(gca,'XTickLabel','Afghanistan','Argentina','Australia','Austria','Belgium','Bangladesh','Brazil','Canada','Switzerland','Chile','China','Czech Republic','Germany','Denmark','Egypt','Spain','Finland','France','United Kingdom','Georgia','Greece','Hong Kong','Hungary','Indonesia','India','Ireland','Iran','Iraq','IceLand','Israel','Italy','Jamaica','Jordan','Japan','Cambodia','Sri Lanka','Maldives','Myanmar','Malaysia','Netherlands','Norway','Nepal','New Zealand','Pakistan','Peru','Philippines','Poland','Portugal','Paraguay','Russia','Saudi Arabia','Singapore','Sweden','Thailand','Turkey','Ukraine','United States','Vietnam','South Africa','World') title( ylabels(i) ); %xlabel( 'x' ); ylabel( ylabels(i) );
              end

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              bar first — call bar with the data in an array and use the ‘grouped’ option. See examples at

              doc bar

              for options within the basic capabilities of bar

              As for the titles, unfortunately ‘xticklabel’ property doesn’t honor TeX interpreter so you can’t add rotation or such to them if you use tick labels. You can, however, set the ‘xticklabel’ property to [] to not display them and then use text to write the labels where you wish and with TeX interpreter properties.

              text(x,y,xtiklabs,'rotation',90)

              where xtiklabs is your above hardcoded labels array and x, y are the position vectors of the locations at which you wish to place the text.

              doc text % and links therein will provide examples and details...

              Enjoy… 🙂

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              I tried what you have suggested. They kinda work but its not really ideal as the alignment get messed up as it runs through the countries 🙁

              Also is it possible to draw a faint line to show the height difference between the bars ?

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              Well, they were drawn where you told them to be I’m sure… 🙂

              W/O code it’s not possible to do any real debugging.

              I’m also not sure what precisely you want; it’s a lot of stuff to wade through to read only w/o more description of what you expect.

              As noted, you need to use bar with the full array of data you want plotted in one call and the optional ‘grouped’ option to separate the groups. Problem is, reading a lot and trying to figure out what you really want is more time invested than I have to spend.

              ‘Splain more and particularly would be good to cut the dataset size down drastically — a small set works for demo purposes as well as large and is much easier to figure out.

              Again, I commend to you the doc for bar and the examples, particularly.

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              OK, I had a little time…not having your data nor a version with table, here’s a little sample…

              d=10000*rand(8,4); % some data of four variables for eight countries
              cntry='Afghanistan','Argentina','Australia','Austria','Belgium','Bangladesh','Brazil','Canada';
              bar(d,'grouped') % the bar graph grouped by country
              p=get(gca,'position'); % get the axes position vector
              p(2)=p(2)+.1; p(4)=p(4)-.1; % raise bottom, shorten height for label room
              set(gca,'position',p)
              text(1:8,zeros(1,8)-100,cntry,'rotation',90,'horizontal','right')

              From there you should see the general idea to get the effect you’re wanting. Note the axis x-values are still 1:8 at the center of the bars; if you were to try to label each bar with the variable, say, you have to adjust the x-positions to be at the middle of each bar which is the integer mean value plus/minus a small delta offset.

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              The international business degree offered at NYU is ranked #2 in the nation by U.S. News and World Report and New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business was ranked #20 by the same publication. For four consecutive years NYU has been ranked as America’s “#1 dream school” by the Princeton Review and is consistently ranked in the top ten dream colleges for both students and parents, making it one of the few colleges that appear in the top ten on the ranking list for students and the ranking list for parents. With 9,489 faculty members dedicated to providing a top-notch education to NYU’s 24,985 undergraduates and 24,289 graduate students, NYU is one of the largest producers of dynamic professionals in the world. The reason we have ranked this school as number two in our list is due to its remarkable rankings and its strong global ties, which allows NYU international business students to gain a strong foundation in the industry standards.

              Tuition and fees: $47,750 in-state, $47,750 out-of-state
              Undergrad Enrollment: 24,985
              Campus Setting: Urban
              Location: New York, NY
              Motto: Perstare et praestare – To persevere and to excel
              Website: http://www.nyu.edu

              3. University of Southern California

              3 - Southern Cal - 600x200The University of Southern California is a private, not-for-profit, and nonsectarian research university which was founded in 1880 and is currently located in downtown Los Angeles, California. As California’s oldest private research university, USoCa has historically educated a staggeringly large number of the region’s top business leaders and business professionals. In recent years, the university has also leveraged its prime location in the Los Angeles area to establish strong relationships with research and cultural institutions and programs all throughout Asia and the Pacific Rim areas. With a starting enrollment of 53 students and 10 teaching faculty members when USoCa was first established in 1880, those numbers are now 43,000 total students and 3,945 teaching faculty members, USoCa has grown tremendously and yet still sticks true to its roots of providing students with a high-quality education that has produced many of world’s top industry leaders and researchers.

              The international business degree offered by USoCa is ranked 8th in the World by the Financial Times and ranked in the Top-5 Undergraduate International Business Programs in the United States by US News and World Report. Forbes ranked the USC Marshall School of Business 3rd in the nation in producing graduates who are most satisfied with their jobs. There’s also a program available at University of Southern California that is open to all incoming first-year business and accounting majors, Learning About International Commerce (LInC) is an experiential learning opportunity that introduces students to business practices outside of the United States. The only program of its kind in the nation, LInC features a two-unit course in international business and an eight-day trip abroad to meet with top business executives and top business leaders of international business industries. USoCa was chosen as our third rank school due to the accolades the international program has received in junction with the offering of LInC.

              Tuition and fees: $50,210 in-state, $50,210 out-of-state
              Undergrad Enrollment: 19,000
              Campus Setting: Urban
              Location: Los Angeles, California
              Motto: Palmam qui meruit ferat – Let whoever earns the palm bear it
              Website: http://www.usc.edu

              4. University of Pennsylvania

              4 - UPenn - 2754x909The University of Pennsylvania, located in Philadelphia, is a private Ivy League university and is a part of a group of colleges that all claim to be the first college in America. Founded by Benjamin Franklin who advocated an educational program that focused as much on practical education for commerce, economics and public service as on the classics and theology, UPenn has been teaching students about business and economics for over 250 years. One of UPenn’s most well known academic qualities that make it stand out is the school’s emphasis on providing its students with an interdisciplinary education, which it promotes through numerous dual-degree programs, university minors, research centers and professorships, a unified campus, and the ability for students to take classes from any of Penn’s schools; the “One University Policy” that UPenn’s faculty strive to uphold to provide students a more well-rounded and dynamic education.

              The international business program at UPenn offers students a flexible education that involves experiential learning opportunities, lectures and guest speakers from top industry leaders giving students the knowledge and skills they need to become effective leaders in their chosen industries. UPenn was also ranked 18th in the world by the QS World University Rankings, 17th by the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU), and 17th by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. According to the ARWU ranking Penn is also the 8th best university in the world for business and economics. UPenn’s school of business consistently ranks in the top five of best business programs by U.S. News and World Report and the National Research Council. UPenn’s interdisciplinary approach to providing an education, it’s previously obtained rankings and the prestige that comes from obtaining a degree from a highly regarded Ivy League school are the reasons we have placed UPenn fourth in our list.

              Tuition and fees: $49,536 in-state, $49,536 out-of-state
              Undergrad Enrollment: 9,746
              Campus Setting: Urban
              Location: Philadelphia, PA
              Motto: Leges sine moribus vanae – Laws without morals are useless
              Website: http://www.upenn.edu

              5. University of California, Berkeley

              5 - USCB - 1404x400The University of California, Berkeley is a public research university located in Berkeley, California. UC Berkeley is considered by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings as one of six university brands that lead in world reputation rankings in 2016 and is ranked third on the U.S. News and World Report’s 2015 Best Global Universities rankings conducted in the U.S. and nearly 50 other countries. The Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) also ranks the University of California, Berkeley fourth in the world overall, and first among public universities. UC Berkeley offers approximately 350 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in a wide range of disciplines. Established in 1868, UC Berkeley now has 38,204 students across all of its programs and an excellent student-faculty ratio. There are currently 7 Nobel Prize holders employed by UC Berkeley as faculty members, and Janet Yellen, the 15th Chair of the Federal Reserve Board, is a professor emeritus at Berkeley Haas School of Business and the Department of Economics.

              The international business degree program at UC Berkeley teaches students through a mix of experiential learning, lectures and guest speakers from industry leaders from the surrounding area. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings for 2015–2016 ranks UC Berkeley 13th in the world for academics and 6th in the world for reputation. Another publication in its 2016 edition, U.S. News  World Report ranked Berkeley 3rd in their “Best Global University Rankings”. In 2015, Berkeley was ranked 4th in the world by the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) and 26th in the QS World University Rankings. The Center for World University Rankings (CWUR) ranked the university 7th in the world based on quality of education, alumni employment, quality of faculty, publications, influence, citations, broad impact, and patents in 2015. Based on the merits and accolades the school has received, the school’s reputation for producing excellence and the teaching method UC Berkeley employs has earned the school’s place in our rankings.

              Tuition and fees: $13,432 in-state, $38,140 out-of-state
              Undergrad Enrollment: 27,126
              Campus Setting: City
              Location: Berkeley, CA
              Motto: Fiat lux – Let there be light
              Website: http://www.berkeley.edu

              6. Florida International University

              6 - FIU - 600x140Florida International University is an American metropolitan public research university located in Greater Miami, Florida. Florida International University is classified as a “tier-one” research university with highest research activity by the Carnegie Foundation and a first-tier research university by the Florida Legislature. FIU offers 191 programs of study with more than 280 majors in 23 colleges and schools and is the largest university in Southern Florida, second largest university in Florida and the fourth largest university in the United States. Established in 1969, FIU today has almost 60,000 students across all of FIU’s programs and more than 3,300 academic staff employed, giving the school a rough approximation of a student-faculty ratio of 20:1, which allows the students attending FIU to obtain one-on-one assistance from their professors and other faculty, leading to a better college experience for students; and a college experience that’s more likely to be successful.

              The international business program at FIU educates students through a unique combination of business courses and regional studies, so they can understand all functional areas of a firm, as well as the global, strategic management issues most businesses face today. Florida International University was ranked the #7 college in the United States by the Social Mobility Index college rankings, FIU’s College of Business is among the top 5% of elite business schools worldwide accredited by the AACSB International – the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business and U.S. News  World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” (2015) ranks the undergraduate international business program as the 6th best in the nation. The school’s excellent rankings, student-faculty ratio and location in an area that’s home to 16 Fortune 500 companies such as Office Depot, TECO Energy and Tupperware Brands is the reason we have included FIU in our top ten list.

              Tuition and fees: $6,496 in-state, $18,895 out-of-state
              Undergrad Enrollment: 40,974
              Campus Setting: Urban
              Location: Miami, FL
              Motto: Spes Scientia Facultas – Hope, Knowledge, Opportunity
              Website: http://www.fiu.edu

              7. Saint Louis University

              7 - SLU - 670x300Saint Louis University is a private research university with campuses in both St. Louis, Missouri and Madrid, Spain.Founded in 1818, SLU is the oldest university west of the Mississippi River and the second-oldest Jesuit university in the nation. It is one of 28 members of institutions of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities. For more than 30 years Saint Louis University has maintained a campus in Madrid, Spain and the Madrid campus was the first freestanding campus operated by an American university located in Europe and the first American institution to be recognized by Spain’s higher education authority as an official foreign university. The campus has 675 students, a faculty of 110, and an average class size of 15, meaning the school has a student-faculty ratio of 7:1, whereas the campus in St. Louis has 28,000 students across all programs and has a student-faculty ratio of 11:1. At SLU, 97 percent of first-time freshmen received financial aid in 2014 and SLU offers more than 90 undergraduate programs and nearly 100 graduate programs.

              The international business degree at SLU is ranked at #12 for the graduate program in 2016 and #7 for the undergraduate program both by U.S. News  World Report. Saint Louis University was named a College of Distinction in 2015-2016 for its commitment to engaging students, high-quality teaching provided by dynamic faculty, a vibrant community and successful student outcomes. SLU has also been recognized as a College of Catholic Distinction and a College of Missouri distinction by Colleges of Distinction. SLU was also named one of the top schools in the country for undergraduate education in the Princeton Review’s The Best 380 Colleges: 2016 Edition, which was based on student-given reviews. Due to the accolades SLU has received over the years, it’s core values of instilling a sense of community and community service and the positive student views we have given SLU a place in our list for the top international business degrees.

              Tuition and fees: $39,226 in-state, $39,226 out-of-state
              Undergrad Enrollment: 8,564
              Campus Setting: Urban
              Location: St. Louis, MO
              Motto: Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam – For the greater glory of God
              Website: http://www.slu.edu/

              8. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

              8 - UMich - 600x600The University of Michigan is a public research university in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Founded in 1817 in Detroit as the Catholepistemiad, or University of Michigania, 20 years before the Michigan Territory even became a state, making the University of Michigan the state’s oldest university. The university moved to Ann Arbor in 1837 onto 40 acres of what is now known as Central Campus. Considered one of the foremost research universities in the United States, the university has a very high amount of research activity. Ann Arbor is ranked in the top best college towns by U.S. News  World Report and with the region being home to some top Fortune 500 companies such as General Motors Co., Ford Motor Co., Dow Chemical Co., Whirlpool Corp. and TRW Automotive Holdings, this allows students to learn from executives and industry leaders from these corporations through UM’s guest speaker programs. Students at UM will also gain access to the school’s extensive network of over 45,000 alumni which spans over 88 countries.

              The international business degree program offered at UM’s Ross School of Business is taught by a school that is one of just 4 schools that have been in the Top 10 of every Bloomberg Businessweek ranking since it started in 1988. The University of Michigan is one of the most prolific and respected research institutions in the country, and they have a large collection of business research and resources available to their international business program students. With global intern and and study programs, global practicum courses, global exchange programs and global immersion programs, UM ensures business students will have a strong grasp of the global economy and global business practices. Due to the rankings the school and town have garnered and the school’s commitment in providing its students a strong global business understanding, we have chosen UM to be in our rankings list.

              Tuition and fees: $14,336 in-state, $43,337 out-of-state
              Undergrad Enrollment: 28,395
              Campus Setting: City
              Location: Ann Arbor, MI
              Motto: Artes, Scientia, Veritas – Arts, Knowledge, Truth
              Website: https://www.umich.edu

              9. Georgetown University

              9 - Georgetown - 600x200Georgetown University is a private research university in Washington, D.C. Founded in 1789, it is the oldest Catholic and Jesuit institution of higher education in the United States. Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business (which is commonly abbreviated as MSB) is one of the four undergraduate and one of the five graduate schools of Georgetown University. Founded in 1957, MSB has been providing Catholic and Jesuit students a nationally ranked education for over 50 years. Because MSB is located in the nation’s capital–which has an extensive and dynamic business sector–students attending Georgetown University will have access to many top industry leaders’ viewpoints and knowledge. Georgetown University offers undergraduate degrees in forty-eight different majors in the four undergraduate schools, as well as the opportunity for students to design their own individualized courses of study. All majors in the College are open as minors to students in the School of Business.

              The international business degree program offered at Georgetown University was created by two internationally acclaimed universities and three of the world’s most respected graduate schools and the program spans four richly diverse continents, allowing students an international business education that will give them the tools needed to make a positive impact. As a Catholic and Jesuit university, Georgetown stresses ethics and social justice in its curriculum; the McDonough School of Business retains two Jesuits for student guidance in these areas of core values. Financial Times ranks Georgetown University’s international business program as the 28th best in the world and U.S. News  World Report ranks it as the 15th best. Due to the school’s rankings and its commitment to providing students with a sense of ethics and social justice, Georgetown University makes it to the 9th place on our list of the best international business schools.

              Tuition and fees: $48,611 in-state, $48,611 out-of-state
              Undergrad Enrollment: 7,595
              Campus Setting: Urban
              Location: Washington, DC
              Motto: Utraque Unum – Both into One
              Website: https://www.georgetown.edu

              10. San Diego State University

              10 - SDSU - 334x84San Diego State University is a public research university located in in San Diego, California, and is the largest and oldest higher education institution in the San Diego County. Founded in 1897, it is the third-oldest university in the state of California. The Carnegie Foundation has designated San Diego State University a “Research University with high research activity,” placing it among the top 200 higher education institutions in the country conducting research. As reported by the Faculty Scholarly Productivity Index (FSP Index) released by the Academic Analytics organization of Stony Brook, New York, SDSU is the number one small research university in the United States and has been for four academic years in a row. SDSU also sponsors the second highest number of Fulbright Scholars in the state of California, just behind UC Berkeley. Since 2005, the university has astoundingly produced over 65 Fulbright student scholars.

              The international business program offered at SDSU gives students the opportunity to learn economics and business practices on a global scale with exchange programs, experiential learning, lectures and guest speakers. In Graduate School Rankings, QS Global 200 Business Schools Report ranks SDSU’s business college the 80th best in all of North America and SDSU ranks among the top universities for economic and campus ethnic diversity according to U.S. News  World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges 2012”. Internationally, SDSU offers 335 different international education programs in 52 countries. Thirty-four SDSU programs now require international experience before a program’s completion for a student to graduate. SDSU ranks first in California among universities of its type. SDSU also ranks 22nd among universities nationwide for the number of students studying abroad according to the Institute of International Education. The school’s accolades, international experience requirements and inclusive environment are the reasons we have decided to include SDSU in our international business school rankings.

              In-state tuition and fees: $6,976 in-state, $18,136 out-of-state
              Undergrad Enrollment: 28,362
              Campus Setting: Urban
              Location: San Diego, CA
              Motto: Leadership Starts Here
              Website: http://www.sdsu.edu

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              • Child abuse or paedophilia
              • Family or domestic violence
              • Fraud or a scam
              • Graffiti
              • Hoon behaviour
              • Inappropriate online content, spam emails
              • Online auction fraud
              • Rape or Sexual assault
              • Stealing

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              For life-threatening or time critical

              emergencies:

              • call 000
              • for the hearing/speech impaired call TTY 106

              Only use the 000/106 emergency service when an immediate response is required, to contact police while a crime is happening or if someone is in immediate danger.

              Before you call 000 or (TTY) 106, decide which emergency service you need:

              • Police;
              • St John Ambulance; or
              • Department of Fire and Emergency Services (DFES).

              More information:

              • About calling 000 and 131 444
              • Help with emergencies

              For non-emergency situations (police assistance):

              • call police on 131 444
              • for the hearing/speech impaired call TTY 106

              You may be required to attend your local police station , however, in many cases the operator will be able to provide information to you about police matters or take an incident report from you on the telephone, and issue you with an incident report number.

              SMS Assist

              SMSAssist © is a text messaging service for people who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired, which can be used for contacting WA Police and requesting assistance.

              It should not be relied upon in extreme emergencies andthe service only applies to Western Australia.

              Crime Stoppers

              Call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make an online report  to provide information about any criminal activity and in some cases a reward may be issued. You can remain anonymous.

              Crime Stoppers is staffed between 7am and 11pm weekdays and 8am to 8pm on weekends, but online reports can be made at any time.

              How to report specific crimes

              Report a missing person

              Reports will not be taken over the phone or by email—except if the matter is urgent, such as the disappearance of a young child or frail elderly person. In that circumstance, a preliminary report will be taken over the phone and police attendance will be organised.

              If the person reporting is unable to attend at a police station due to age, sickness, or disability, police attendance can be arranged by calling 131 444.

              Reports will not be taken:

              • When a person is sought in relation to debt, maintenance or divorce proceedings;
              • for the purpose of tracing long lost relatives. The Salvation Army have a Family Tracing Service and may be able to assist.

              When a missing person is found

              Many missing persons, once found, do not want their location divulged. Police will not divulge the whereabouts of the located person if he or she is an adult and objects to an enquirer being advised of their address.

              Report acts of terrorism

              If you see or hear anything that you believe to be a terrorist-related activity, telephone the National Security Hotline on 1800 123 400.

              More information:

              • Australian National Security – Protecting Australia
              • Help with emergencies
              • Protecting Australia Against Terrorism 2006

              Report burglary

              Call police on 131 444 if your home or business has been burgled.

              It is really important that you don’t touch anything. This will protect any evidence that may exist. For example, where a door may be broken or a window smashed. If there is evidence (such as footprints or a weapon) outside and there is a threat of rain, cover it up with a box or tarpaulin.

              If you have witnessed, or are witnessing, a burglary or break-in take place (the offender is still on the premises), you should call police on 131 444 immediately.

              Questions you may be asked:

              • A description of the individual(s), such as gender, age, height, tattoos, clothing, etc.
              • If there is a car involved, what is the registration and description, such as make, model, colour, etc.

              Report rape or sexual assault

              Call police on 131 444 to report an incident of rape or sexual assault.

              If you have been raped or sexually assaulted it is important not to wash, eat or drink as this will hinder the police and medical specialists in collecting forensic evidence.

              It is also important not to wash your clothes (or bedding, if this is where the assault took place) as more evidence can be gathered from these.

              Questions you may be asked:

              • What is the address where the incident occurred?
              • Are you the victim or is another person?
              • Do you (or does the victim) need an ambulance?
              • Do you know the offender?
              • Can you describe the offender? (gender, ethnic appearance, age, height, build, complexion, hair style and colour, facial hair, tattoos, clothing, etc)
              • Do they have a vehicle? Can you describe the vehicle (registration number, make, model, colour)?

              More information:

              Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC)
              SARC Crisis Line: (08) 6458 1828
              or FreeCall 1800 199 888

              Report stealing

              Call police on 131 444 if you have witnessed, or you are the victim of, a stealing offence.

              The operator will take an incident report, issue you with an incident report number and if necessary, arrange for police to attend.

              Questions you may be asked:

              • What exactly has been stolen and what is the value of it?
              • What is the address where the incident has taken place?
              • What is the registration number of the vehicle? (if the property stolen is a vehicle)
              • Were any weapons involved? Describe the weapon/s (if the incident is related to stealing with violence)

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              Simplified Chinese are used mainly in mainland China. They are standardized and simplified Chinese in form compared to traditional Chinese. Simplified Chinese forms were achieved by decreasing the number of strokes and simplifying the structure of considerable traditional Chinese characters. So it is possible that simplified forms and traditional forms of some characters are identical. Since the traditional Chinese characters have too many strokes and a relative complex structure, Simplified Chinese was promoted to increase literacy in China since 1950s. Though the ratio of illiteracy has dropped greatly in China due to simplification process, there are always voices over the revival of traditional Chinese, which is much better for the preservation of Chinese culture.

              To type simplified Chinese characters without installing a Chinese keyboard, you can use a virtual Chinese keyboard, which allows you to type simplified Chinese characters online by either clicking on the letters on the virtual Chinese keyboard or typing directly with your own keyboards. Then you can save your typing and copy text wherever you want.

              However, to type Chinese using an online keyboard, you need Internet access and you have to copy and paste your Chinese text every time you finish typing. So it is apparently inefficient if you need to type Chinese on a regular basis. In this case, you will need to install a Chinese keyboard to type quickly and conveniently.Generally speaking, Chinese keyboards used in the mainland China are the same as those in United States. However, since there are thousands of characters in Chinese and there is no one-to-one mapping between keys and characters, so special input methods are required to input Chinese.

              The most popular input method is Pinyin method, with which characters are entered by pronunciation. This method is easy to learn and good for people who know well about pronunciation of characters. Most Windows computers come with Microsoft Pinyin IME method, which is a kind of Pinyin methods, but it is rarely used in China due to its low efficiency. The most popular Pinyin input method in China is Sogou Pinyin, which can be downloaded for free here .Another popular input method is root shape method, with which characters are entered according to its structure. This method is good in that people who can not pronounce the characters can still type Chinese characters and it also proves to be faster than Pinyin method. But you will need some time to memorize and practice root shapes on each key. Below is a typical keyboard layout with Wubi method (a popular root shape method) labels on it. Some keyboards have Wubi labels on them for learners.

              To get familiar with the Chinese keyboard layout fast, it is suggested that you buy a keyboard or a keyboard sticker of Chinese, which has the Chinese keyboard layout printed on it and can be placed on the surface of your existing keyboard. However, whether you want to type with a keyboard or a keyboard sticker you need to first install the Chinese keyboard.

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