02 October 2014
Petites Annonces Gratuite
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Premita Leelachand

Premita Leelachand

La Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) for Higher Education de la Grande-Bretagne est actuellement à Maurice pour une évaluation de l’enseignement supérieur. Suite à un exercice d’audit en ligne qui prendra fin le 31 octobre 2014, la QAA publiera un rapport en mars 2015 qui contiendra ses recommandations afin que Maurice puisse améliorer ce secteur.
Rise in absenteeism and indiscipline at school has not left our educators indifferent. Front liners to face the consequences, teachers have decided to get to the roots of these scourges which are detrimental to society at large. They suggest minor and major solutions which they think will curb problems that schools encounter with this generation of students.
Friday, 26 September 2014 14:00

Awaiting electoral manifestos

Parliament is yet to be dissolved but the electoral campaign has already kicked off on both sides. Meetings, congresses, banners and lobbying… the mood for the general election is already set. The focus is now on the manifesto of each alliance and the list of candidates for each constituency.
Friday, 19 September 2014 14:00

Women Power at Rotaract Clubs

This year, the ladies have taken control of the 12 Rotaract Clubs of Mauritius. What’s more, the District Rotaract Representative (DRR) is also a Mauritian lady. Dynamic and passionate about helping others, they have at heart the welfare of their community and endeavour to promote camaraderie. With the support of their club members and family, these 13 young women willingly sacrifice their time with the hope of bringing a positive change in society during their one-year mandate.
Friday, 19 September 2014 14:00

Rs 15 m expenditure on education and training

Statistics Mauritius issued on Thursday Education statistics for the year 2014. Government expenditure on education and training was estimated at about Rs 15,371 million, representing 13.5% of total expenditure.
Actuellement en visite à Maurice, le Country Director de la Banque mondiale (BM), Mark Lundell, dit apprécier les transformations apportées dans le secteur de l’Éducation à Maurice. Ce dernier a eu une rencontre avec le ministre Vasant Bunwaree à la MITD House, à Phoenix, lundi. Plusieurs sujets ont été discutés au cours de cette réunion.
International Literacy Day, decreed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisations (UNESCO) in 1965, was observed on Monday 8 September. Literacy, by its universal definition, is the ability to read and write a language.
This Sunday is the final leg towards the finalisation of a Labour/MMM alliance. The ball is in the court of the Assembly of Delegates of the MMM who will have to ratify its coalition with the Labour Party. This will be the domino effect which will lead to the general elections but Mauritius opting for a Second Republic is still not certain as opposing forces unite to bring the alliance down.
Friday, 12 September 2014 10:00

Admission en STD I : C’est le dernier jour

Il reste un jour aux parents avant la date butoir pour la fin des inscriptions pour les futurs de la standard I de l’année scolaire 2015. La liste provisoire des admis en STD I est affichée dans les différentes écoles primaires de l’île, depuis mercredi et ce, jusqu’à vendredi. Les parents, dont la demande d’admission n’a pas été acceptée, devront remplir un ‘Protest Form’ et le soumettre au Zone Directorate.
Friday, 05 September 2014 14:00

Let’s give archery a shot

From medieval times to modern days, the practive of archery has evolved and is now a crucial part of sports competition. In Mauritius, however, archery is much less known to the public; the misconception over the expenses involved and its requirements may be blamed for this. We gave it a try and played Robin Hood and, with sore hands, arms and shoulders, here is archery for amateurs.
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