Ministry of Primary & Secondary Education responds to parents’ concerns after eMap website goes down


The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has responded to parents’ concerns over the eMap website which went down over the weekend a day before the first deadline.

Ministry spokesperson Mr Patrick Zumbo said parents must not panicĀ as their children will get form one places anyway. Speaking to The Herald he said:

Parents should not panic over the electronic application platform as their children will eventually get places anyway.

As a result of the website going down a day before the deadline the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education extended the deadline at a yet to be announced date.

More: Herald

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