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HSC 2018 Results proclaimed: pass rate 74.9%

HSC 2018 Results proclaimed: pass rate 74.9%
Date:February 08, 2019|Domain:Education & Training

​GIS - 08 February, 2019: The Cambridge Higher School Certificate (HSC) 2018 results were proclaimed this morning and the names of 45 laureates were announced. The Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and National Develo


Government is committed to creating more opportunities for the youth, says Prime Minister

Government is committed to creating more opportunities for the youth, says Prime Minister
Date:January 10, 2019|Domain:Economy & Finance--Education & Training

GIS - 10 January, 2019: Government is determined in its endeavours to invest in education and training with a view to better equipping youngsters with modern and technological tools for their future. The introduction of free access to tertiary educa


Cabinet Decisions - 30 NOVEMBER 2018

Date:November 30, 2018|Domain:Education & Training--Economy & Finance--ICT--Law and Order--Foreign Affairs

​  CABINET DECISIONS – 30 NOVEMBER 2018     1.         Cabinet has agreed to the introduction of the Constitution (Electoral Reform) (Amendment) Bill into the National Assembly.  The main object of the Bill is to reform certain aspects of the el


Cabinet Decisions - 23 NOVEMBER 2018

Date:November 23, 2018|Domain:Agriculture and Food Security--Arts & Culture--Business & Industry--Consumer Protection--Education & Training--Finance--ICT

CABINET DECISIONS  –  23 NOVEMBER 2018     1.         Cabinet has agreed to the introduction of the Ombudsperson for Financial Services Bill into the National Assembly.  The object of the Bill is to provide for an Ombudsperson for Financial Servi


CABINET DECISIONS – 16 NOVEMBER 2018

Date:November 16, 2018|Domain:Economy--Family--Education & Training--Health--Tourism

​  CABINET DECISIONS – 16 NOVEMBER 2018   1.         Cabinet has agreed to the introduction of the new Mauritius Family Planning and Welfare Association Bill into the National Assembly.  The main object of the Bill is to repeal the Mauritius Fami


Prime Minister highlights importance of education to enhance life chances

Prime Minister highlights importance of education to enhance life chances
Date:October 05, 2018|Domain:Education & Training

GIS  - 05 October, 2018: Schools are important institutions that help Government in the task of equipping the future generation with the necessary knowledge, skills, aptitudes and personal development, for them to be successful as the future leaders


Mauritius set to become an Education Hub in the region, reiterates Prime Minister

Mauritius set to become an Education Hub in the region, reiterates Prime Minister
Date:September 18, 2018|Domain:Education & Training

GIS – 18 September 2018: Government’s aim is to transform Mauritius into an Education Hub for the region and beyond. We are heading in the right direction and the presence of the African Leadership College is undeniably value addition to our Educati


Prime Minister launches book entitled Zistwar depi enn bob afrikin

Prime Minister launches book entitled Zistwar depi enn bob afrikin
Date:August 23, 2018|Domain:Arts & Culture--Education & Training

​ GIS – 23 August 2018: The book Zistwar depi enn bob afrikin was launched by the Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and National Development Unit, Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Mr Pravind Kumar Jugnaut


National Cooperative College poised to professionalise the cooperative sector, says Prime Minister

National Cooperative College poised to professionalise the cooperative sector, says Prime Minister
Date:August 10, 2018|Domain:Business & Industry--Economy & Finance--Education & Training

​GIS  - 10 August, 2018: The National Cooperative College (NCC), a first-of-its-kind in Mauritius, will provide training and educational programmes with a view to give a professional edge to the cooperative sector. Government is investing massively


International cooperation needed to effectively address drug scourge, says Prime Minister

International cooperation needed to effectively address drug scourge, says Prime Minister
Date:May 10, 2018|Domain:Education & Training--Law and Order--Health

​GIS– 10 May, 2018: The prevention of early use of drugs is not only one of the top national priorities of Mauritius but is also one of the world’s most pressing challenges, said the Prime Minister, Mr Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, this morning at Le Siri