Memorandum of Cooperation was signed between the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia and the Civil Registry Agency of the Ministry of Justice. Memorandum envisages automatic exchange of data between two structures. First Deputy Minister of Education and Science, Koka Seperteladze and Deputy Minister of Justice, Chairman of the Civil Registry Agency, Giorgi Vashadze signed the Memorandum.
According to the Memorandum, Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia will receive the information online from the Civil Registry Agency of the Ministry of Justice.
After introduction of electronic ID cards, electronic Diplomas will be included in these electronic ID cards as well.
Free registration of the schoolchildren was held in 2009 at the territorial offices of Civil Registry Agency. As the result, data base of school age children was created. It supports different interested agencies to implement social programs effectively.
After signing the Memorandum, responsible employees of MES will check the schoolchildren’s data through the base of the Civil Registry Agency online.
Exchanging of information online between these two agencies reduce such administration costs as copying the documents and sending the letters.