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  2. Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts (Fiji) - Wikipedia

    The Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts is the ministry of Fiji responsible for overseeing Fiji's education system. The current Minister for Education, Heritage and Arts is Premila Kumar who was appointed to the position on 24 August 2021. Contents 1 Responsibilities 2 Ministers 3 See also 4 References Responsibilities

  3. Education in Fiji - Wikipedia

    Fijian education is a combination of multiculturalism and multiracialism and allows for the guidance and administration of numerous religious organizations. The Ministry of Education in Fiji is taking major steps to subsidize the educational fees and other costs related to it and hence bringing it under the affordability of everyone.

  4. Category:Education in Fiji - Wikipedia

    Religious education in Fiji‎ (1 C) U ... Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts (Fiji) Q. Queen Victoria School (Fiji) S. Suva Adventist College

  5. Cabinet of Fiji - Wikipedia

    The Cabinet of Fiji is a Government body of Ministers appointed by the Prime Minister of Fiji and responsible to the Parliament of Fiji. The Cabinet's constitutional basis is sections 90 to 96 of the 2013 Constitution of Fiji. Cabinet consists of the Prime Minister as chair and a number of Ministers.

  6. Foundation for the Education of Needy Children in Fiji

    School dropout rates are alarming and on the increase. In recent years, the Ministry of Education in Fiji has estimated that 19% children enrolling at Class 1 drop out of school by Class 7. Of this 19% - 4% dropout in Class 4, at the age of only 9 years old. Several reasons highlighted as the main contributing factors to these dropout rates.

  7. Premila Kumar - Wikipedia

    She is currently Minister for Education, Heritage and Arts and also for Local Government, Housing and Community Development. Kumar's diverse professional life has spanned across industries and shaped her perspective –– one that is driven by both the empowerment and protection of ordinary Fijians.

  8. COVID-19 vaccination in Fiji - Wikipedia

    By 24 September, 4,669 Education Ministry staff had been fully vaccinated while 8,524 others had received their first jab. By 30 September, the Ministry of Health had terminated 50 staff who had refused to vaccinate including nurses, doctors, health inspectors and other workers.