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Appointments for 110 Moulavi teachers

The Government will fulfill the long-felt need of the Moulavi teachers’ appointment in Muslim schools with the token grant of 110 such appointments at the Education Ministry today.

Solving teacher shortage
* 212 vacancies in 2008

* 212 vacancies in 2009

* 191 vacancies in 2010

The Cabinet earlier granted approval for the recruitment of 615 Moulavi teachers on the basis of vacancies available in Muslim schools islandwide.

Accordingly there were 212 such vacancies in 2008 and another 212 and 191 vacancies in 2009 and 2010.

The appointment today will represent the vacancies for 2008 and the remaining vacancies will be filled in due course.

The Government is fulfilling the long-felt need of the Muslim community, which existed for well over a decade, Education Ministry (Educational Services and Establishment) Secretary Mohamed Thambi told the Daily News.

Education Minister Susil Premjayantha will hand over these appointments at a ceremony today. 

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