Unique Opportunities
Our Policy....find out more about our values,vision and mission
The Press Press
The Mahatma Gandhi Institute Press operates as any other University ...
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Infrastructure
The Auditorium of the Mahatma Gandhi Institute with its seating capacity ...
Infrastructure of MGI Areas of Activities
The Mahatma Gandhi Institute as a multi-faceted educational and cultural institution..
Tertiary Level Programmes
MGI.....aims at becoming a full-fledged  degree awarding institution ...
Ongoing class Secondary education with a difference
Secondary education has been a responsibility of the Mahatma Gandhi Institute from its very inception.
Cultural Activities
Through a calendar of cultural activities, including participation at national level ...
Dance performance by a young student
Music,Dance,Fine Arts,Folk Heritage
Reaching out to Society
The activities of the School of Music and Dance created in 1964 with the support of  the Government of India ... 
Library and Archives
The Mahatma Gandhi Institute Library was set up in 1975. At present it is housed in the School of Mauritian, Asian and African Studies ...
The MGI Library

Established by a Parliament Act in 1970, The MGI Secondary Schoolthe Mahatma Gandhi Institute was inaugurated on 9th October 1976, by Dr. the Right Hon. Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam, Prime Minister of Mauritius and Srimati Indira Gandhi, Prime Minister of India, as a joint venture.  They both shared the vision that the Mahatma Gandhi Institute would become a centre for the promotion of Indian Languages, tradition and cultuMrs. Indira Gandhi - Inaugural  Ceremonyre on the Mauritian soil.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The objectives behind the creation of the Mahatma Gandhi Institute were :

-    to establish, as a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi, a centre for study of Indian culture and traditions, and
-    to promote education and culture, in general.

Thus,  responding to both central policy decisions and to popular aspiration, the Institute has brought Indian Studies, especially Indian Languages and Performing Arts into the mainstream of Mauritian education.

The creation of the School of Mauritian, Asian and African Studies within the Mahatma Gandhi Institute meant to bring to fruition the long term vision of the makers of modern Mauritius to achieve an exemplary synthesis for a country which draws from the rich and diverse heritage of major world civilisations. The commitment to Mauritian Studies as a multi-disciplinary area, with a multi-cultural underpinning has given concrete shape to this philosophy of interactive pluralism. The Mahatma Gandhi Institute is rightly viewed today as a meeting ground for cultures.

Mahatma Gandhi Institute - Moka, Republic of Mauritius
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