Civil Service Mauritius
It is no longer necessary to hold a School Certificate (SC) or a Higher School Certificate (SC) to integrate the public. Steve Obeegadoo released a document from the Ministry of Public Service for this purpose.
22 Feb 2013, business.mega.mu
The 18th Civil Service Kermesse was held at the Gymkhana Grounds on Sunday. This event was organised by the Public Officers’ Welfare Council. The minister of Civil Service and Administrative Reform, Sutyadeo Moutia who inaugurated the event said, “This fair is free for everyone and I have seen the efforts put in by the officers [...]
31 Oct 2011, The Independent Daily
Public procurement is increasingly becoming a critical factor in the process of national development as well as in international trade. This is what minister of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms Ashit Gungah had to say during an award ceremony for procurement officials at the Sir Harilall Vaghjee Hall, Port Louis on Thursday. “Living in a [...]
27 May 2011, The Independent Daily
The Government Secondary School Teacher’s Union (GSSTU) is planning to hold a demonstration in Phoenix to demand the resignation of minister of Education Vasant Bunwaree. This was stated by unionist Naraindranath Gopee. He wants to know the reason why the National Inspectorate and the Quality Assurance Division have not yet been created. The ministry had [...]
13 May 2011, The Independent Daily
At the launch of the workshop on ‘Modernisation of Civil Service through e-services’ at La Cannelle, Domaines les Pailles on Monday, the minister of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms Ashit Gungah highlighted the importance of e-services. He believes these services are a critical element that determines the success of any reforms strategy. “There is a [...]
28 Mar 2011, The Independent Daily
The president of the Federation of Civil Service and Other Unions, Toolsyraj Benydin, organised a press conference on Thursday to announce the expectations of public officers from the forthcoming Pay Research Bureau (PRB) report.
25 Feb 2011, The Independent Daily