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Public Service: Funds provided in 2016-2017 Budget to fill more than 12,000 vacancies

Public Service: Funds provided in 2016-2017 Budget to fill more than 12,000 vacancies
Date:December 02, 2016|Domain:Civil Service--Economy & Finance

GIS - 02 December, 2016: Funds have been provided, in the Budget 2016-2017, for the filling of more than 12,000 vacancies in order to enable the Public Service to deliver on its mandate more effectively. These include vacancies which are meant to be


Civil Service Annual Kermesse scheduled for Sunday 06 November 2016

Civil Service Annual Kermesse scheduled for Sunday 06 November 2016
Date:November 04, 2016|Domain:Civil Service

GIS - 04 November, 2016:  The annual Civil Service Kermesse organised by the Public Officers’ Welfare Council (POWC), which operates under the aegis of the Ministry of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms, is scheduled for Sunday 6 November 2016


Diplomacy: Newly recruited Second Secretaries Acquainted with Mauritius foreign policy

Diplomacy: Newly recruited Second Secretaries Acquainted with Mauritius foreign policy
Date:October 31, 2016|Domain:Civil Service--Foreign Affairs

GIS – 31 October 2016: An induction course, aimed at apprising newly recruited Second Secretaries of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade, of the foreign policy of Mauritius and equipping them with basic dipl


E-Learning System (ELS): Winners of the 2016 Award

E-Learning System (ELS): Winners of the 2016 Award
Date:October 28, 2016|Domain:Civil Service--Education & Training

GIS - 28 October, 2016: The two winners of the 2016 Award for the E-Learning System, a web-based learning platform for the Public Sector, were announced yesterday. The Minister of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms and Minister of Environment,


POWC: Promoting the public speaking skills of public officers and the gender cause

POWC: Promoting the public speaking skills of public officers and the gender cause
Date:October 18, 2016|Domain:Civil Service--Gender

GIS - 18 October, 2016: ‘Gender equality is more than a goal in itself. It is a precondition for meeting the challenge of reducing poverty, promoting sustainable development and building good governance.’ This powerful statement by Kofi Annan was q


A batch of 150 new MSOs join the Civil Service

A batch of 150 new MSOs join the Civil Service
Date:October 18, 2016|Domain:Civil Service

GIS – 18 October 2016: A new batch of 150 recruits in the grade of Management Support Officer (MSO) joined the Civil Service yesterday. The Minister of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms, and Minister of Environment and Sustainable Development


Women urged to undergo cancer screening

Women urged to undergo cancer screening
Date:September 23, 2016|Domain:Health--Civil Service

GIS- 23 September 2016: The health imperative for women to be screened for breast and cervical cancers was the main focus of the message of the Minister of Health and Quality of Life, Mr Anil Gayan, yesterday at Sir Harilal Vaghjee Memorial Hall in


Sir Abdool Razack Mohamed SSS bags the 2015 Public Service Excellence Award

Sir Abdool Razack Mohamed SSS bags the 2015 Public Service Excellence Award
Date:September 19, 2016|Domain:Tourism --Civil Service

GIS– 19 September, 2016: The grand winner of the Public Service Excellence Award 2015 is Sir Abdool Razack Mohamed SSS. The award ceremony was held on 16 September 2016 at The Ravenala Attitude Hotel, Balaclava in the presence of the Acting Prime Mi


Induction course for a batch of 50 office care attendants/senior office care attendants

Induction course for a batch of 50 office care attendants/senior office care attendants
Date:September 13, 2016|Domain:Civil Service

GIS – 13 September, 2016: A two-day induction course for some 50 newly appointed office care attendants/senior office care attendants was launched this morning by the Ministry of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms in collaboration with Civil S


Sixty-two Word Processing Operators join the Civil Service

Sixty-two Word Processing Operators join the Civil Service
Date:August 30, 2016|Domain:Civil Service

​GIS - 30 August, 2016: A batch of 62 newly recruited officers in the grade of Word Processing Operators (WPO) joined the Civil service yesterday. The Minister of Civil Service and Administrative Reforms, and Minister of Environment, Sustainable Dev