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The Education Department will be rolling out Standard Based Education Primary Cluster Roll out training nationwide. Please refer to the education secretary's notice below.
The Pacific Adventist University (PAU) has announced applications for Enrollment of 2019. The University is located about 15 kilometers out of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. The University comprises of students across the Pacific and the world. Download the application Forms on the following links for 2019 enrollments.
The National Executive Council has endorsed a proposal by the Department of Education for the Papua New Guinea Education Institute to be moved.
Prime Minister Peter O’Neill said that Cabinet has approved the relocation and redevelopment of the institute to its new site behind the Port Moresby National High School and the University of PNG.
Nine teachers’ colleges across the country have received a boost to their information and communication technology (ICT) departments.
They are Dauli Teachers’ College, Enga Teachers’ College, Melanesian Nazarene Teachers’ College, Holy Trinity College, Balob Teachers’ College, Madang Teachers’ College, Gaulim Teachers’ College and St Peter Chanel Teachers’ College.
The fulltime undergraduate students of Divine Word University (DWU) in Madang are gearing up for their Semester One examinations online over the next two weeks starting on Monday 4th June, 2018.
This is the fourth consecutive year that the students in the Madang campus would be doing their semester examinations online via the Moodle teaching and learning management platform.
Divine Word University has agreed to offer Bachelor and Master in Public Administration programmes to public servants.
This was announced on Friday when the Department of Personnel Management and Divine Word signed an agreement for the courses to be offered.
The agreement continues a collaboration between the university and the country’s public service capacity building needs.
The department’s acting secretary, Taies Sansan, said three batches of public servants – from national departments, provincial administrations and hospitals, a total of 72 participants – were involved in the two programmes.
She said the programme was being funded under the public sector workforce development programme at a cost of K576,220 for two years in a flexible learning arrangement.
He said the policy has enormous impact on the education of the students
Member for Moresby North East John Kaupa has applauded the National Government’s continuous support and funding for the Tuition Fee Free policy.
He said the policy has enormous impact on the education of the students.
Mr Kaupa was responding to the 2017 and 2018 TFF summary payment report on schools in National Capital District by Education Secretary Dr Uke Kombra last week.
As an increasing number of students every year sit the National Grade 12 examinations, spaces at Universities and tertiary institutions become limited.
Kopkop College, a private school, as a result is expanding their students’ educational options after their year 12 studies end.
Executive Director, Maria Kopkop who attended the Queensland Department of Education International Conference (QLDDEI 2018) in Brisbane, Australia on the 28th and 29th of May, said the school is looking at various options of study for their students.
THE restructuring of the Papua New Guinea education system started five years ago and there should not be any complaints about space or bigger infrastructures, Nick Kuman says.
The Education minister was responding to Markham MP Koni Iguan’s query about plans for more space to address likely overcrowding when elementary schools are largely done away with under the new structure.
Kuman said he was pretty sure that past MPs in the electorates had undertaken some of the reforms.
Education Secretary Uke Kombra, has announced that about 72,000 grade 10 students are expected to sit their Written Expression examination next week.
These are students from 322 provincial high schools and secondary schools and those from permitted schools that do not come under the national education system.
Last year, it was reported that about 69,000 students from 301 schools sat for the examination on June 8 and 63,000 in 2016.
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