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New measures, including being barred from leaving Guyana, announced to rake in GYD$ Billions in outstanding student loans

Graduates and students of the University of Guyana (UG), who fail to repay tuition fees, will soon be barred from leaving the country, Finance Minister, Winston Jordan announced Friday. “All information on recalcitrant borrowers will be eventually put at all immigration points and we will also set up a desk at the same time for those who will be stopped ...

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CXC launches Green Engineering syllabus in Guyana

The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) on Thursday launched its Green Engineering Syllabus in Guyana Giving an overview of the syllabus at the launch held at the Theatre Guild, Parade Street, Kingston, Georgetown, subject panel member, Dr. Paulette Bynoe said the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) Green Engineering subject has two units- Introduction to Green Engineering and Application of Green Engineering ...

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Interest to be waived on outstanding University of Guyana student loans

Former students of the University of Guyana, who have not repaid student loans to the government, would soon have the interest rates waived, government hinted on Thursday. Briefing the media on the outcome of this week’s cabinet meeting, Minister of Natural Resources, Raphael Trotman said a detailed announcement on the future management of the student loan scheme would be made ...

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A lifetime chance for Guyanese youths to learn robotics

Guyanese youths will have a chance on Thursday to learn how to make robots as part of a larger push to cultivate their interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The STEM team of American siblings of Guyanese parentage will Thursday, July 21 hold its first robotics camp for Guyanese students at Saint Roses High School from 10 a.m. – 2 ...

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Education Ministry sets maximum limit for school registration fees

The Ministry of Education on Wednesday declared that no child must be denied registration because their parents or guardians could not afford to pay, while at the same announced a maximum limit for registration fees to be spent o n non-budgetary goods and services. The ministry expressed concern that some School Administrators have been requesting significant sums of money for ...

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Guyana’s social workers eye standards, self-regulation

by Gary Eleazar Social Workers across the country will on Wednesday converge at the Arthur Chung Convention Centre, to formulate a ‘road-map’ on the way forward on the industry’s Standards and Professional Practices. The initiative is spearheaded, in part, by the Ministry of Social Protection and is being done in collaboration with the University of Guyana , the Guyana Association ...

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UG students to pay graduation fee; lecturers to be punished for delivering late grades

University of Guyana (UG) graduating students will now have to pay a graduation fee, even as the administration of that tertiary institution warned that lecturers would be punished for delivering students’ grades late. The institution said the Finance and General Purposes Committee (F&GPC) of The University of Guyana (UG) at its statutory meeting on Monday, July 11, 2016, took several ...

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RELEASED: 2016 National Grade Six Assessment Results

  THE NATIONAL GRADE SIX ASSESSMENT 2016 AS RELEASED BY THE  EXAMINATIONS DIVISION OF THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION   The results of the National Grade SixAssessment (NGSA) written on 27 and2 8 April 2016 are being released to schools.Fourteen thousandthree hundred eighty six (14,386) candidates wrote this assessment. The results being released give a report on the candidates’ performance at National Grade ...

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From Nebraska to Guyana: A world of difference for Peace Corps volunteer

Reproduced from Omaha World-Herald By Courtney Brummer-Clark /  staff writer Every day for the past year, Emily Garcia has grabbed a basket of laundry and walked a short distance to the nearby river, where she not only washes her clothes but also bathes. It’s the rainy season in Malali, Guyana, so the river current is fast. When she finishes, she walks ...

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Lethem students to benefit from new, cheaper bus service

As part of its drive to improve on school attendance in Lethem, the Lethem Town Council plans to introduce a school bus service. Mayor of Lethem, Carlton Beckles, said that the Municipality will be purchasing two new 32-seater buses to start the new school year. “The president has charged us to get the children in the school,” the Mayor said, ...

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