NCTF approves 16 flights for transport of national exam papers to hinterland

-flight dates to be determined

DPI, Guyana, Wednesday, June 2, 2020

To facilitate the sitting of exams in the hinterland region, the National COVID-19 Task Force (NCTF) has approved flights that will transport national examination papers and scripts between Eugene Correia International Airport (ECIA) and 16 locations.

While the flight dates are to be determined, Minister of Education Hon. Nicolette Henry has made the provision for the flights in the June 2, 2020 Gazette, under the COVID-19 Special Measures- Administration of National Examinations.

Below is a list of locations within the hinterland that will receive the National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) examination papers and return examination scripts to ECIA.

Region From To
1-Barima-Waini ECIA Bimichi (Moruca)

Mabaruma

Port Kaituma

Matthew’s Ridge

Baramita

1-Barima-Waini Bimichi (Moruca)

Mabaruma

Port Kaituma

Matthew’s Ridge

Baramita

ECIA
7-Cuyuni-Mazaruni ECIA Eteringbang

Kaikan

Kamarang

7-Cuyuni-Mazaruni Eteringbang

Kaikan

Kamarang

ECIA
8-Potaro-Siparuni ECIA Kato

Mahdia

Paramakatoi

Karisparu

Kopinang

Chenapou

8-Potaro-Siparuni Kato

Mahdia

Paramakatoi

Karisparu

Kopinang

Chenapou

ECIA
9-Upper Takatu-Upper Essequibo ECIA Koneshen (Guns)
9-Upper Takatu-Upper Essequibo Koneshen (Guns) ECIA

Further, below is a list of locations within the hinterland that will receive the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examination papers and return examination scripts to ECIA.

Region From To
1-Barima-Waini ECIA Bimichi (Moruca)
Mabaruma
Port Kaituma
1-Barima-Waini Bimichi (Moruca)
Mabaruma
Port Kaituma
ECIA
7-Cuyuni-Mazaruni ECIA Kamarang
7-Cuyuni-Mazaruni Kamarang ECIA
8-Potaro-Siparuni ECIA Mahdia
Paramakatoi
8-Potaro-Siparuni Mahdia
Paramakatoi
ECIA
9-Upper Takatu-Upper Essequibo ECIA Lethem
9-Upper Takatu-Upper Essequibo Lethem ECIA
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