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26 May 2024 | Sun 16:42
Salahuddin School reopens for new academic year
Salahuddin School reopens for new academic year
Ministry of Education
New academic year begins
Schools reopen for new academic year with over 96,000 students
This year, 2,250 students enrolled for Grade 1 in Malé region
Over 13,000 students will study in private schools from LKG to Grade 12
83,000 students will study at 217 government schools

The new academic year of 2024 has begun, with over 96,000 students.

Among the 96,000 students include 40,300 female students and 42,700 male students.

A total of 83,000 students are attending 217 government schools and includes 17,000 students seeking education in the Greater Malé Region.

Over 13,000 students from LKG to Grade 12 are studying in private schools across the country including more than 9,000 seeking education in the Greater Malé Region.

2,250 students have been enrolled in Grade 1, across the Greater Malé Region this year.

Further, the number of students who applied to enter grades other than Grade 1 in the Greater Malé Region is 2,081.

This academic year, 1,126 students have moved from schools in outlying atolls to schools in the Greater Malé Region, with 1,000 students transferred from one school to another in the region.

At the beginning of the new academic year, 12,662 teachers will be working across government schools including 10,729 Maldivian teachers and 1,933 foreign teachers.

This academic year, 162 government schools will operate under a single-academic shift basis and 55 other schools will operate under a double-academic session basis.

Satellite education will be offered across six schools this year including the Fehendhoo School, Fulhadhoo School, Kondey School, Rakeedhoo School, V. Thinadhoo School and ADh. Dhidhdhoo School.

Last updated at: 3 weeks ago
Reviewed by: Maryam Dhaanish Nasheed
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