Ministry for Higher Education has announced that it has held discussions on how to recommence colleges and universities in the country after the lockdown is lifted.
Colleges and universities across the country have been closed for nearly a month due to the COVID-19 pandemic. President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih announced in a televised address that the country will be easing some of the restrictive measures in the country by the end of this month.
MInister Dr Ibrahim Hassan had online meetings with all private colleges today to discuss their operational plans for teaching and assessment for post-Covid era and quality of online teaching. pic.twitter.com/UOewyjzf4K— Ministry of Higher Education (@MoHEmv) May 20, 2020
A series of meetings held by the Ministry of Higher Education discussed how universities and colleges can resume studies after the virus lockdown.
Discussions also focused on the activities of these educational institutions. Minister Ibrahim Hassan also reviewed the quality assurance measures of colleges and universities and also discussed the challenges posed to the institutions.
The Maldives National University has also recently announced that it will be recommencing online classes on May 31.