This article is an update to what has been written and hugely debated here back in 2009. Many have been able to express themselves on the scholarship topic and the due of the HSC laureates at the end of their studies, financed by the government. And we all know that a considerable number of laureates never came back to Mauritius.
To sum up the recent happenings, The University of Mauritius advertised a Bachelor of Pharmarcy (BPharm) course 4 years ago and a few weeks before the end of the first batch's course, the Pharmacy Board of Mauritius announced that they do not approve or recognize such course by the University.
Below is an article submitted by one of my readers. Well, it seems that this problem has not been widely published/broadcast in the media.
Was there any attempt of cover up?
NO! Yashvin was that lazy type of teen, doing only what he was expected to do, and sometimes even less. Today, I am sharing another part of my life...
While the students of Standard 1 (primary) and Form 1 (secondary) students joined their new schools/colleges respectively on last Friday, the holidays finally came to an end today for most of the pre-primary, primary, secondary and tertiary students. Let's see what's different between school normal days and school holidays! 😛
Back to University yesterday, this time to 'chill out' in The University Of Mauritius End of Academical Year Party 2008. Early in the morning, i set out for a long drive since i had taken my day off from work to hmm hmm... Late in the evening, i reached Reduit where i met lots of... Continue Reading →