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Cooperative Month Award Ceremony Will Take Place Tomorrow

Students and Teachers who have made significant achievements under the Schools Cooperative Programme will be recognized for their efforts this week. They will be honored by the Cooperative Department in the Ministry of National Mobilization at the National Schools Cooperative Awards, set to take place tomorrow. The Department says the objectives of the Awards Ceremony… Continue Reading →

Children Are Willing To Take Fall For Other Students In Cases Of Vandalism

Deputy Principal of the Barrouallie Secondary School, Philbert John has highlighted the challenges which Educators face in addressing the issue of vandalism in schools Mr. John made the point, during NBC’s Face to Face Programme last week. He noted that it is very difficult for Teachers to identify the culprits of vandalism, because of lack… Continue Reading →

Government continues to help economically disadvantaged students.

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves says the Government is continuing to help economically disadvantaged students to pursue studies at the tertiary level. Dr. Gonsalves provided the nation with an update on the Economically Disadvantaged Student Loan programme, during a News Conference this week. The Prime Minister disclosed that close to 50 new students have received… Continue Reading →

Government has provided assistance to students for the New School Year

Government has provided assistance to over three thousand students for the New School Year, which began today. Speaking at this morning’s News Conference, Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves said assistance has been provided to students, through the Ministry of Social Development. He said the Government has expended significant sums to support the students across the… Continue Reading →

New College Students Are Asked Not To Get Side Tracked

Students who would entering the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College at the start of the new school year are being urged to remain focused and to manage their time wisely. The advice came from 2013 Teachers Credit Union Scholarship Holder, Jamarl Alexander during the Annual Bursary and A’ Level Awards Ceremony hosted by… Continue Reading →

Osborne Bowens On The Increase Of Students Enrolling At The Technical Division

Dean of the Technical and Vocational Educational Division of the SVG Community College, Osborne Bowens, said he is pleased with the level of interest shown by students in the programmes being offered at the institution. He was speaking on the Face to Face programme aired on NBC Radio on Tuesday, to discuss issues relating to… Continue Reading →