In Mauritius, an increasing number of people are attracted by the possibility of studying social work. From making a real impact on society to discovering the unique landscape, culture and history that this paradisiacal tropical island has to offer, there are many fascinating reasons why people like studying social work in Mauritius.
In this blog post, we explore some of these exciting aspects which demonstrate why so many students choose Mauritian universities and other higher educational institutions for their learning journey into becoming successful and compassionate Social Workers or Mental Health Counsellors. For those looking for meaningful work, social work is a great choice. It empowers individuals to make changes in their own lives and helps build stronger communities through engagement.
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The National Education Policy 2020 is a landmark decision to transform the educational system of India. After three decades, this legislation overhauls the existing education structure and introduces comprehensive changes.
NEP seeks to promote equity, inclusivity, quality, sustainability and internationalisation of the Indian education system. It emphasises bringing access for all students regardless of their socioeconomic status or geographically challenged locations.
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Mental health and well-being are an essential part of everyone’s life, yet all too often, we find that access to the care and resources needed can be difficult or even impossible. Social work professionals are uniquely positioned to support individuals and families by providing critical services in order to ensure they receive timely access to quality mental health care.
In this article, we will talk about how social workers can help bridge the gap between people’s needs for mental health treatment and their ability to get it — thereby improving lives everywhere. From intervention strategies that can reduce wait times for appointments with providers, increase collaboration with other professions such as psychologists and psychiatrists, deal with insurance companies for reimbursements, and advocate for policy-level changes at a state or national level — there are numerous options available to social workers when considering ways in which access can be improved. We hope you join us as we explore these options further!
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Social work in India has become increasingly important with the rapid advancement of technology and economic development. With a population of 1.3 billion, it is essential to provide healthcare access to all segments of society, promoting gender and socio-economic equality, helping those affected by poverty or disability, improving education initiatives, addressing substance abuse issues and tackling other social challenges.
This article aims to examine the latest statistics surrounding social work in India today. We’ll explore how much progress has been made over time, which populations are most served by these services and what potential challenges could impede further growth. Ultimately we will outline some practical solutions that individuals can take on to help contribute to positive change in Indian communities through solidary efforts nationwide.
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This article analyses the implications of ChatGPT for academia – how should members of the academic world face this new technology? It explores cases that highlight both sides, examines current educational approaches with AI tools like ChatGPT and considers what may lie ahead for academics seeking to adopt or reject such technology as they continue their studies.
In this age of unprecedented acceleration and technological advancement, artificial intelligence (AI) has profoundly impacted every facet of our lives. Nowhere is this more evident than in content writing, where the AI platform ChatGPT holds tremendous potential to revolutionise academic writing and research. But despite its potential benefits, there are concerns that it could also lead to lower-quality work or even plagiarism.
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Corporate training is often seen as a necessary evil in today’s business world. Employees are pulled away from their work to sit through long, boring presentations and workshops. But it doesn’t have to be this way! Corporate training can be fun, engaging, and even beneficial for your career.
Corporate training is crucial to a company’s success. It helps employees learn and develop new skills, which encourages growth and innovation within the organisation. Corporate training can be anything from workshops or seminars to online courses and webinars.
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Are you looking forward to doing a PhD or confused if you should pursue it or not? This article will help you to make your decision. I’ve brought you 7 fascinating reasons why you should pursue a PhD. If these reasons interest you, a PhD is indeed a possibility.
A PhD, also known as a Doctor of Philosophy, is a research degree and the highest level of academic qualification. It involves original research, which is submitted in the form of a thesis or dissertation.
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Being consistent has been the key to success for many individuals worldwide. But have you ever wondered what makes you consistent or inconsistent?
Consistency refers to the quality of being steady and unchanging over time. It’s about being reliable, dependable, and maintaining a consistent level of performance or behaviour. Consistency can be crucial in various settings, including personal and professional. In personal relationships, being consistent can help build trust and strengthen bonds. In professional settings, consistency can be important for building a good reputation and achieving success. Being consistent can also be necessary for personal development. It can help you build good habits and routines and support your progress towards your goals. Consistency can also be significant for maintaining your mental and emotional well-being, as it can help you feel more stable and secure.
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Environmental Non-Governmental Organisations (ENGOs) are organisations formed to address environmental issues and promote environmental sustainability. This article ranks the best environmental NGOs in India.
ENGOs in India are involved in research, education, advocacy, and lobbying to create awareness and change. These organisations are independent of government control and are funded by donations, grants, and other sources. They are diverse and range from small, grassroots organisations to large, international organisations. They work on climate change, biodiversity conservation, energy, water, waste management, and air pollution.
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Several animal protection non-governmental organisations in India are dedicated to helping animals in need. This article ranks the best animal NGOs in India.
Animal-related NGOs focus on rescue, rehabilitation, education, and advocacy for animals across the country. Many of these organisations are run solely on donations, while other, more prominent NGOs receive partial funding from the Indian government. The main objective of these NGOs is to improve the overall welfare of animals. Some organisations focus on specific species, such as elephants, tigers, or dogs. Others are more general, providing aid to all types of animals. They provide veterinary care, food, shelter, and legal assistance.
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There has been a rise in the number of Indians learning foreign languages post-Independence, thanks to globalisation. This article discusses the fascinating history of the French language in India.
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We did it! Thank you to all those who supported Team Mauritius as our young team members competed in the sixth edition of FIRST Global’s international event. STEM Education has a platform to call home!
Despite the many challenges teams faced, youth from around the world came together to celebrate the beauty of STEM innovation, collaboration and working together to make our world a better place. Check out the photos and videos below for a taste of the excitement!
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Geneva is hosting the FIRST Global Challenge from 13 to 16 October 2022 at Palexpo, an international Olympic-style robotics competition. 7 young Mauritians reached Geneva yesterday to participate in this international robotics competition.
This is the 6th edition and the first event in Europe that will bring together future leaders in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) in a collaborative competition that aims to find solutions to the world’s biggest challenges. The event will be open to the public, but no advance tickets will be available.
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Human rights are not basic rights. They are fundamental rights that individuals possess simply because they are humans. History showed how important they were, and it is undeniable that they still carry a lot of importance.
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Seven young people will represent Mauritius at the FIRST Global Challenge, the world robotics competition to be held in Geneva from 13 to 16 October 2022.
The FIRST Global Mauritius team, composed of five secondary school students and two young mentors (below 22 years old), has been selected to participate in the international Olympic-style robotics competition that takes place every year in a different country and to which one team from each country in the world is invited.
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