10 students successfully harvested the Beras Sembada 188 via the LiveWIRE AgroBIZ project. The newly-harvested rice is poison-free and is packed in airtight package. The success of the project was celebrated yesterday morning at the Institute of Brunei Technical Education, …Read More
By taking into account of the COVID-19 situation in Brunei Darussalam which is currently under control, with the consent of His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam, the Ministry of Health would like to inform the public …Read More
On the surveillance and additional screening tests which will be extended at the primary school level involving swab tests for SARS-CoV-2, the Minister of Health explained that it is being planned. 10 percent of primary school teachers will be given …Read More
COVID-19 outbreak has made a huge impact on our daily lives as we need to get used to the new norms. From social activity, educational, economic, employment and more, everything have turned differently. ‘Wherever there’s bad, there’s always good nearby.’…Read More
The Minister of Education also explained that the school has made preparation to receive the primary school students by ensuring the social distancing will be able to be implemented by re-organising chairs and tables inside the classroom, canteen area, library …Read More
Touching on the discovery year programme, the Minister of Education said that the programme is still running, however required a more thorough surveillance specifically for programmes that requires students to go abroad.
The Minister said that the Discovery year …Read More
The Ministry of Education through the Scholarship Division is actively monitoring developments in countries where Bruneians are studying. The Minister of Education said the Ministry will consult the Ministry of Health before sending the students back to continue studies overseas.…Read More