Important Communique (Covid-19)

MAHATMA GANDHI INSTITUTE 

COMMUNIQUE

Reopening of the Library, the Indian Immigration Archives and the Folk Museum of Indian Immigration Members of the public and students are hereby being informed that The MGI Library, The Indian Immigration Archives; and The Folk Museum of Indian Immigration will resume normal services as from Tuesday16 June 2020. Strict sanitary precautions would have to be observed. Download full Communique Here!

 

4th Communiqué to Academics and Students of the MGI

Please refer to the 3rd Communiqué dated 21 April 2020 posted on the MGI & RTI Website. The University of Mauritius has informed the MGI on 29 April 2020 that the following decisions have been taken by its Senior Management with regard to submission of Continuous Assessment by non-final year students.

Continuous Assessment (CA)

The following deadlines are now applicable:

08 June 2020:   Last day to set any additional CA by academics

15 June 2020:   Last day for students to return their assignments to their respective lecturers (or earlier as per deadline set for the assignment)

Students are kindly requested to abide by the above deadlines.

/30.04.20

Third Communique to Academic Staff and Students

Please refer to the ‘Second Communique to Academic Staff and Students’ posted on this website on 13 April 2020 refers.

Students and academics of the MGI & RTI are hereby being informed that, the Management of the University of Mauritius has endorsed the decision of the MGI Board of Studies for the deadline for the submission of final year projects/dissertations for Under-Graduate Programmes of Studies to be one month after the end of confinement. The information in MGI’s communiqué dated 13 April 2020 is being maintained and the deadline for the submission of dissertation/project will, thus, be 05 June 2020. The same decision will apply for students of Diploma Programmes of Studies and for students of Level III of the School of Fine Arts, who are required to submit a project.

Students are reminded that the rules and regulations with respect to electronic submission of final year projects/dissertations continue to apply, wherever this has been provided for in existing regulations. Submission should be in electronic format only and the electronic copy should be accompanied by the Turnitin Report for degree students. Exceptionally, no hard-copy needs to be submitted this year. Students are required to submit their final year projects/dissertations, in PDF format, to their respective Project/Programme Coordinator and copied to their Dissertation Supervisor.

School of Fine Arts Projects: Students should liaise with their respective supervisors to complete outstanding project work, if any, as and when courses would resume. Students are advised to consult the MGI & RTI website (www.mgirti.ac.mu), as well as the UoM website (www.uom.ac.mu) regularly for updates. (dated :21.04.20).

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Second Communique to Academic Staff and Students

The first Communiqué posted on this website on 02 April 2020 refers. Students and academics of the MGI & RTI are hereby being notified that, upon the recommendation of the MGI Board of Studies, the Chairperson of Faculty Board of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Mauritius, has approved (under Statute 30 (22)) that the deadline for submission of final year projects/dissertations for Under-Graduate Programmes of Studies will be one month after the end of confinement. The same decision will apply for students of Diploma Programmes of Studies. The rules and regulations with respect to electronic submission of final year projects/dissertations continue to apply, wherever this has been provided for in existing regulations. Submission of electronic copy should be accompanied by the Turnitin Report for degree students. Exceptionally, no hard-copy needs to be submitted this year. Students are required to submit their final year projects/dissertations, in PDF format, to their respective Project/Programme Coordinator and copied to their Dissertation Supervisor. Projects: Students should liaise with their respective supervisors to complete outstanding project work, if any, as and when courses would resume. Students are advised to consult the MGI & RTI website (www.mgirti.ac.mu), as well as the UoM website (www.uom.ac.mu) regularly for updates. (dated :13.04.20)

First Communique to Academic Staff and Students

1. Following the press conference by the Honourable Prime Minister confirming the extension of the National Confinement period up to 15 April 2020 due to the outbreak of COVID 19, all students are being informed that, the amended calendar of activities for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes of Studies for courses run in collaboration of the University of Mauritius, will be as follows:

Scenarios

Activity

Proposed date

I (Based on Current Prevailing Conditions (Curfew Order and Lockdown)

 

Examination Period (Starting and Ending)

 

Mon 1 June – Sat 27 June 2020

Approval of Examination Results by ERC/Senate & Examinations Committee

Wed 15 July – Wed 12 Aug 2020

Induction Week (New Intake)

Mon 14 Sept – Fri 18 Sept 2020

Start of New Academic Year

Monday 21 September 2020

II (Worse Case – Further Extension of Curfew Order and Lockdown)

 

Examination Period (Starting and Ending)

 

Mon 29 June – Sat 25 July 2020

 

Approval of Examination Results by ERC/Senate & Examinations Committee

Wed 12 Aug – Fri 11 Sept 2020

Induction Week (New Intake)

Mon 12 – Fri 16 October 2020

Start of New Academic Year

Monday 19 October 2020

The following examinations will be, tentatively, held in June 2020:

  • Examinations for Certificate in Tour Guiding, short courses in Sanskrit (Basic/Beginners/Foundation, Certificate)
  • Examinations for Certificate Course in Ayurveda and Yoga Awareness and Certificate Course in Behavioural and Professional Ethics

As regards the June/July 2020 Examinations for Certificate and Advanced Certificate and Foundation Courses in Performing Arts, same will be held, tentatively, in August 2020.

Students will be informed of the exact dates of examinations in due course. 

2. Delivery of Lectures: Academic Staff (including Part-Timers) have been requested to ensure that the remaining 5 weeks of lectures should be completed using online facilities only (Moodle, Google Classroom, Zoom, Skype, Google Meet, etc.). Part-timers will have to ensure the smooth running of lectures via online mode of delivery, as far as is practically possible. 

3. Final Year Projects/Dissertations: as we approach submission deadline for final year projects/dissertations, the remaining weeks of supervision and guidance of students will have to be conducted online. The deadline for submission of final year projects/dissertations is being extended to Thursday 30 April 2020, but this new deadline could be subject to review. 

4. Rules and regulations with respect to electronic submission of final year projects/dissertations continue to apply, wherever this has been provided for in existing regulations. Submission of electronic copy should be accompanied by the Turnitin Report. Exceptionally, no hard-copy needs to be submitted this year. Students are required to submit their final year projects/dissertations, in PDF format, to their respective Project/Programme Coordinator and copied to their Dissertation Supervisor. 

5. Projects: Students should liaise with their respective supervisors to complete outstanding project work, if any, as and when courses would resume. 

6. Class Tests and Assignments: All remaining class tests have been cancelled. All continuous assessment for the remaining weeks will have to be conducted online. Lecturers will be in touch with students concerned for alternative modes of assessment (e.g. assignments, online quiz, etc.) in replacement of class tests to be applicable, to the extent possible. 

7. Students who are registered on programmes of studies offered by the MGI in collaboration with the University of Mauritius (UOM) are advised to consult the UOM website regularly for updates. 

8. Students registered on programmes of studies and courses  of the MGI are advised to consult the MGI website regularly for updates.  Students may also direct any particular query to the Examinations Section by e-mail to the following address: exams@mgi.ac.mu, copied to vidhu.appadoo@mgi.ac.mu.

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The foundation stone of the Mahatma Gandhi Institute was laid on 03 June 1970 by Shrimati Indira Gandhi, Prime Minister of India. 

Laying of the Foundation Stone

 Foundation Day - 03 June 2020

 Golden Jubilee – 1970 - 2020

“The future depends on what you do today” – Mahatma Gandhi

Fifty years is a major milestone for the Mahatma Gandhi Institute which celebrated its fifty years of existence on 03 June 2020.  With the world pandemic due to Covid 19, the celebrations that had been planned could not take place but the confinement period has given us an opportunity to pause, reflect and look back at our fifty-year journey.  

The Mahatma Gandhi Institute was set up as a national body to give formal impetus to the promotion of Indian Culture and traditions.  For the past fifty years, our Institute has been functioning as a temple of education and culture and is today rightly viewed as a meeting point for different cultures, driven by a vision and a mission inspired by Gandhian thoughts, rich in education and social values. 

Since its inception, the Institute has pursued its visions within an environment that has as core values mutual respect, co-operation, honesty, tolerance, trust, integrity, responsibility, loyalty, accountability and objectivity.  Over the decades, the Mahatma Gandhi Institute has achieved most of the goals that were spelt out in its successive Strategic Plans.

As the winds of change settle in, we look back and we can confidently say that we have been true and faithful to the dreams and objectives of our Institute.  We can say with pride that after 50 years of fruitful existence, our Foundation Day is also a moment to look ahead at the challenges that face us within the next normal environment.

The contributions of many people have indeed been crucial on this journey. Today, we pay tribute to our illustrious predecessors, to the Management and staff who have loyally served the Institution over the years.  Some are no longer with us, and on this special occasion, we are remembering them all.

Long live the Mahatma Gandhi Institute!

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Mahatma Gandhi InstituteThe Mahatma Gandhi Institute was set up by an Act of Parliament which was passed on 23 December 1970 as a joint initiative of the Governments of India and Mauritius.  On 03 June 1970, the foundation stone was laid by Shrimati Indira Gandhi, Prime Minister of India.  The Mahatma Gandhi Institute was inaugurated on 09 October 1976 by two distinguished personalities, Dr the Right Hon. Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam, Prime Minister of Mauritius, and Shrimati Indira Gandhi, Prime Minister of India.

The Mahatma Gandhi Institute Act 1982 together with the Mahatma Gandhi Institute (Amendment) Act 2002 and the Rabindranath Tagore Institute Act 2002 have provided for the Mahatma Gandhi Institute and the Rabindranath Tagore Institute (located in an idyllic setting at Ilot in the northern part of the country) to function under one Council and one Director-General.  By broadening its scope, the Mahatma Gandhi Institute is well settled on its path to cater for the growing educational, academic and cultural demands of the country and to contribute to the regional role of Mauritius.

The Mahatma Gandhi Institute is today rightly viewed as a meeting ground for different cultures.  The philosophy underlying the vision and the mission of the Mahatma Gandhi Institute takes example from Gandhian thought, rich in educational and social values.

The objects of the Mahatma Gandhi Institute as stipulated by its Act are:

  • To establish, as a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi, a Centre of Studies for Indian culture and traditions
  • To promote education and culture generally

The Mahatma Gandhi Institute is headed by One Director General (MGI & RTI) and One Director (MGI):

  • Mrs S. N. Gayan (GOSK) - Director General (MGI & RTI)
  • Dr (Mrs) Veedotma Dalmond Koonjal (Director MGI)

 

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