Launching the digital platform “My Grant” for submitting university scholarship files


Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Kamal Badari during his supervision of the National Symposium of Universities

The Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Kamal Badari, announced, on Thursday, in Algiers, the official launch of the digital platform “My Grant”, which will enable students to deposit university scholarship application files remotely, provided that it is due on the 18th of every month.

While supervising the national symposium for universities, Badari explained that as part of the ministry’s efforts to digitize the sector and reach “zero paper,” the Ministry of Higher Education launched a new platform called “My Grant” dedicated to students who benefit from university scholarships to enable them to send their documents over the line and upload them to The 18th of every month.

He pointed out that this measure aims to “facilitate procedures by digitizing transactions between students and the administration and creating new governance” to manage university services, noting by the way that this new platform “is added to the 46 platforms developed in various sectors affiliated with the Ministry of Higher Education.”

By the way, Badari praised “the gesture of the President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, towards the students after his decision to raise” the value of the university scholarship from 1,300 DZD to 2,000 DZD per month.

In another context, the Minister stressed that the symposium is devoted to “evaluating and defining the sector’s strategy until 2029,” stressing “the importance of making the Algerian university, with its various specializations, an institution of innovation and creativity that contributes and works to achieve the goals of the new Algeria.”

In this regard, he highlighted the role of university institutions in “creating a break” with previous policies and “making them a locomotive for embodying the economic and social development to which – as he said – we aspire.”

By the way, the 23 universities that were classified for the first time in the “Times” classification were honored, which made Algeria ranked first in the Maghreb and second in Africa according to the number of higher education institutions classified. 10 university professors were also honored out of 57 who were classified as the most influential professors.

On the sidelines of the symposium, and regarding a question related to the fate of the students excluded from the Higher School of Mathematics and the Higher School of Artificial Intelligence during the last season, the Minister explained that “the number of those concerned is small, and some of them were excluded after they stopped studying,” indicating that “they will be directed to other university institutions in The same majors they chose the first time.

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