Today, Prime Minister S.Batbold held a meeting with head of the Mongolian Worker’s Union S.Ganbaatar, and head of the Mongolian Education and Science Laborer”s Union J.Batzorig. Workgroups commissioned by the Prime Minister started three-party talks with the Unions. As a result, teachers will end their strike on Monday, and schools and kindergartens will revert back […]
On Friday, the government discussed about the issue of salary raise and other financial benefits for state employees as demanded by the Mongolian Worker’s Union. They concluded that in accordance with article 3.1 of the 2010-2011 three-party Labor and Social Convention, the Government, the Mongolian Worker’s Union, and the Mongolian Employer’s Union will discuss the […]
The subject of making amendments to the educational law to improve the social well-being of teachers is being heavily discussed in the Government. Prime Minister S.Batbold supports the bill put forward by Parliament members D.Oyunkhorol, O.Enkhtuvshin, D.Ochirbat, D.Odbayar, S.Erdene, and P.Altangerel. The Parliament members presented the bill which includes modification to the current educational law.
An exhibition celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Outer Mongolian Revolution of 1911 opened it’s doors to the general public today in the National Museum. Among the attendees was the Deputy Minister of Mongolia, M.Enkhbold. The exhibition showcases many rare authentic antiques dating back to the National Revolution of 1911. These include flags from the […]
Mongolia and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) had agreed to pursue cooperation in education, Mongolian official press said Wednesday. An agreement was signed by the Mongolian National University and Kim Il Sung University on student exchanges and cooperation in education. The agreement came during a visit by Kim Il Sung University President Song […]
Challenger Institute of Technology Executives met with Mongolian vocational education representatives and a national member of TAFE Directors Australia last week to discuss future partnerships. The Mongolian delegates visited Challenger’s Australian Centre for Energy and Process Training (ACEPT) where they got to experience the practical elements of the centre and gain an insight into the […]