Tag: Scholarships

Gov’t pushing to develop human resource through education

Gov’t pushing to develop human resource through education

Shania Gonsalves Shania Gonsalves- July 30, 2022

Government continues its efforts to ensure every citizen has access to educational opportunities wherever they reside. Not only will this ... Read More

$2.8B approved for Gov’t scholarships in 2022

$2.8B approved for Gov’t scholarships in 2022

Isaiah Braithwaite Isaiah Braithwaite- February 7, 2022

-HR needs assessment to begin shortly Government continues to invest heavily in building the capacity of its human resource with ... Read More

GOAL scholarship programme targets 4,500 awardees in 2022

GOAL scholarship programme targets 4,500 awardees in 2022

Chevon Farley Chevon Farley- January 27, 2022

The Guyana Online Academy of Learning (GOAL) 20,000 scholarship initiative has been allocated $1.3 billion to continue the development of ... Read More

Gov’t offering over 14 post-graduate scholarship programmes for oil, energy sectors

Gov’t offering over 14 post-graduate scholarship programmes for oil, energy sectors

Kemol King Kemol King- September 19, 2021

─ delivers on promise to upskill Guyanese The Government has promised to mandate quotas for Guyanese in the oil industry, ... Read More

Ministry of Education to manage teacher benefits

Ministry of Education to manage teacher benefits

Staff Reporter Staff Reporter- September 14, 2021

-In response to complaints by teachers The Government of Guyana through the Ministry of Education had established a facility along ... Read More

Hinterland youths urged to study in fields that aid community development

Hinterland youths urged to study in fields that aid community development

Shania Gonsalves Shania Gonsalves- June 30, 2021

Minister of Amerindian Affairs Hon. Pauline Sukhai on Wednesday urged hinterland youths to take up studies in areas that could ... Read More

Government addressing crime with forensics scholarships, expansion of Smart city program –VP

Government addressing crime with forensics scholarships, expansion of Smart city program –VP

Kemol King Kemol King- May 25, 2021

Vice President, Hon. Dr. Bharrat Jagdeo said the Government is very concerned about what its statistics indicate about the crime ... Read More

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