21 September 2014
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The introduction of the nine-year schooling was the highlight among the educational measures announced in Budget 2014. This will result in the phasing out of the Certificate of Primary Education (CPE), considered too stressful and bulky at such a tender age.
A one-off grant of up to Rs 100,000 to each of the 125 private pre-primary disadvantaged schools. The existing crèche upgrading programme has been extended over another year for a maximum amount of Rs 200,000 per facility.
In a bid to couple Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) with pedagogical teaching, 62 State Secondary Schools (SSS) have set up and hosted their own school website. The launch was held last week in the presence of the two ministers concerned.
A training centre in Aeronautics Maintenance will soon be set up in Mauritius. The project will be carried out with the collaboration of ‘Institut de Maintenance Aéronautique’ (IMA) of Bordeaux, France, after accreditation from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The courses will thus gain international recognition and students will have the possibility of pursuing their studies abroad. The training is due to kick off in September 2014.
Friday, 25 October 2013 09:00

Chevening Scholarships 2014/15

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APPLICATIONS FOR Chevening Scholarships, the prestigious global scholarship programme of the UK government, are now open.
Friday, 25 October 2013 09:00

Forum on Higher Education next week Featured

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THE MINISTRY of Tertiary Education will be organising its first ‘Assises de l’Enseignement Supérieure’ on October 30 and 31 in Ebène.
Friday, 18 October 2013 09:00

International Youth Forum 2013

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International Youth Forum 2013 is the first ever being organised in Mauritius. It regroups some 100 participants coming from 26 countries to discuss topics of global relevance. The objective is to sensitise the youth on their responsibilities and participation as future world leaders.
Preparing our children for life. As the theme puts it, Les Assises de l’Education has for objective to make quality education for a holistic development accessible to every child in the Republic of Mauritius. From October 14 to 17, stakeholders from pre-primary to secondary through primary sectors discussed the various challenges in education, the best education system that is more appropriate to our country’s specificity and the skills and values that we want our children to acquire.
Friday, 04 October 2013 08:30

Revisiting our primary education system

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Education is a dynamic and organic process and, the ministry of Education will be organising for the first time l’Assises de l’Education during which, the primary education system will be reviewed so as to fit in today’s needs aiming quality education, 100% access to education and 100% pass at the end of the primary cycle.
Friday, 04 October 2013 08:30

School for the deaf – A ray of hope

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Deaf children require a special education. Their disability not only prevents them from hearing but also becomes a hindrance in their communication. In this regard, they require all support services and rehabilitation programs in their education.
Hamilton College is a boon to children in the south, offering those with fair academic performance the opportunity to shape a brighter prospect. With more than 45 years at the service of education in the country, the institution will open a new department in Ville Noire next year, an add-on to the existing four departments in Mahebourg and Blue Bay.
Friday, 27 September 2013 09:00

Photovoltaic Project in BEC schools

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Sustainable development and clean energy is the 21st century mantra. While the Mauritian government’s strategic policy gave the lion’s share to Maurice Ile Durable (MID) projects, educational institutions are alsojumping on the bandwagon. The Bureau d’Education Catholique (BEC) launched a photovoltaic project for its 39 schools, both primary and secondary on Tuesday.

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