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Friday, 10 May 2013 13:49

Advertorial – PTC Education consultants

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PTC Education Consultants is the oldest private recruitment and training agency in existence, having been in operation since 1988 and consists of 3 main departments: Overseas Study, Distance Learning & Professional Courses. Our Mission is to contribute proactively to the advancement of knowledge.
The United Kingdom is the second most coveted study destination for Mauritian students after the United States. According to the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) Report 2011, around 1,000 Mauritians chose UK for their higher education.
PTC Education Consultants are the oldest private recruitment and training agency in existence, having been in operation since 1988 and consist of 3 main departments: Overseas Study, Distance Learning & Professional Courses.
Friday, 19 April 2013 15:05

Studying law at London South Bank University

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There has never been a better time to study law at London South Bank University. For over 30 years LSBU has been providing excellent and innovative law courses. There exist several reasons for you to choose LSBU for your law studies.
From January till the first week of December, every Saturday as from 10 am to 12 pm, a team of Junior Chamber International (JCI) members is present at the community centre at Bois Marchand to help the children in their school work.
The Public Speaking Competition by the English Speaking Union is one of the major activities of students. The finals for 2013 edition were held last week whereby for the first time after four consecutive attempts, a girl won the competition. Dipanjali Samoo of Dr Maurice Curé State College will represent the country in London in May.
The construction of five new campuses across the country was announced in 2010. However, till date, no construction site is in view. The Ministry of Tertiary Education reassures that the construction of three campuses namely in Pamplemousses, Réduit and Montagne Blanche will start this year in July. The construction, costing around Rs 600 per site, will be carried out in parallel and after 15 to 18 months of work, all three campuses are expected to be operational in the beginning of 2015.
Friday, 29 March 2013 13:40

UOM Report – New schemes of service

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The restructuring report recommends eight new posts and the restyling of three others at the top management level while clear responsibilities have been assigned to the two Pro-Vice-Chancellors. These recommendations aim to establish a clearer demarcation of responsibilities in key management positions. Dev Manraj’s report gives clear indications for top management positions namely the appointment, duties, and salary.
Friday, 29 March 2013 12:42

UoM – Towards a restructuring process

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The University of Mauritius (UoM) is finally geared towards a major restructuring process since its creation. The report of Dev Manraj, visitor appointed by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), which was made public last week calls for a major decentralisation process with the introduction of new posts, a restyling of some existing posts, more faculties and transparency in the decisions of the institution.
Friday, 22 March 2013 15:13

13th PIKOM PLC

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The National ICT Association of Malaysia (PIKOM), in collaboration with Business Technovise International (BTI), is organising the 13th PIKOM Project Leadership Course (PLC) session of knowledge and best practices sharing with practical course work, case study and group work on April 8 to 12, 2013.
Friday, 22 March 2013 15:10

Road safety in schools

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The Ministry of Education has been assigned the role and responsibility to promote effective road safety education in schools and assist in the lifelong education of road users. In this regard, several activities have been introduced in schools since this year.
The Mauritius Examinations Syndicate (MES) has announced the introduction of HSC Professional (HSC Pro) on a pilot basis in 2014 on Tuesday. As an alternative to HSC Academic, HSC Pro will cater for non-academic students, preparing them to join the world of work at the end of secondary schooling. It is also hoped that the mismatch between academic and the needs of the labour market will be reduced.

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