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New pathways and scope for Mandhu College Students through international affiliations

(Mandhu College made an official visit to its partnering universities in Malaysia from 28th to 30th July)


Chairman of the Mandhu College, Mr. Ibrahim Ismail had an official visit to Malaysia from 28 to 30 July 2015 under the college’s new vision on global reach and with recent International affiliations with the college for further discussions.  He was accompanied by the Chairman’s Bureau Chief, Ms. Aishath Shafina.

During his visit meetings were held with the following academic institutions, SG Academy, MAHSA University Malaysia and Brickfields Asia College (Partnering University in UK).

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Free 3G internet for all the students

The College Council yesterday decided to provide free 3G internet dongles and internet packages to ALL students starting from semester 2, 2015.

The Council urges all students to use this resource prudently to access the online databases of journal articles which are subscribed for by the College and other learning opportunities on the internet.

The College promotes good scholarship and a strong academic orientation in its students and encourages independent research and self learning. Hence, access to good library sources is important.

This initiative is to encourage students to do that. In particular, with the growing number of students in the Virtual Campus, where students reside in islands other than Male', the College recognizes the importance of providing access to adequate reading material.

The Council also hopes that this will assist students to do their research even when they are off campus.


The College is privileged to host the meeting of the Task Force on the Regional Initiative for a South Asia Human Rights Mechanism.

The meeting started at Mandhu College today at 9.00 am and will go on for the rest of the day.

The meeting is attended by eminent persons from India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Maldives, Pakistan, Bhutan and Afghanistan, and will be discussing challenges to the protection of human rights in the South Asia region. One session of the meeting has been dedicated to discussing the evolving situation in the Maldives.



The Chairman of the College Council, Ibrahim Ismail, has been appointed as member of the Task Force convened to work towards establishing a South Asia Human Rights Mechanism. The Regional Initiative for a South Asia Human Rights Mechanism has its secretariat in Kathmandu, Nepal, and is supported by Forum Asia. The Initiative is to bring the SAARC region in par with other regions in its efforts to protect and promote human rights. In particular, once established, the Mechanism will seek to redress violations of human rights in the region. The Task Force consists of an eminent person from each SAARC country and will be working closely with civil society groups in its work. The staff and students of the College congratulates the Chairman on his appointment, and wishes the Task Force well in its endeavours, and the College is proud for the recognition accorded to its Chairman for his untiring efforts to promote democracy and human rights.

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