The Ministry of Education wishes to respond to a letter published in the Tuesday, October 19, 2021 edition of the Kaieteur News, the Stabroek News and the Guyana Times newspapers written by Swani Aksharananda concerning the recital of the Universal Pray at last Thursday’s announcement of the CSEC and CAPE 2021 results.
While delivering remarks on Saturday at the ‘Celebration Day’ event hosted by the First Assembly of God Wortmanville Church, the Honourable Minister of Education Priya Manickchand disclosed that more than 2000 students have not turned out to school and sadly the reasons range from not having school uniform and school supplies to entering the workforce to not having transportation and money for same as well as fear of the pandemic.
In a statement, Minister Manickchand a decision has been taken to keep schools closed for the remainder of the school year, except for those classes that are allowed face to face learning.
The Ministry of Education during the course of this week engaged parents and teachers in each Administrative Region regarding the 2021 regional examinations.
The Ministry of Education during the course of this week, engaged parents and teachers in each Administrative Region regarding the 2021 regional examinations.
─ free access to past CXC exam questions
As Education Month activities concluded with the National Award Ceremony for outstanding performances among schools and students; Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo told the 2017 awardees that ‘there is room at the top for them’.
The May/June 2018 sitting of the CSEC examination is scheduled to be held from May 07, 2018 to June 09, 2017.
Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) continues to shine at the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examinations as three girls from the Essequibo Coast have emerged amongst Guyana’s best performers for 2020.
— Top CSEC student, Riana Toney hails from the Cinderella County
Despite the constant financial struggles that she faced which threatened to derail her academic dreams, Eshika Singh has persevered and is one of this year’s top Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate (CSEC) students.
“When I first heard the news, I was shocked and excited!”
(June 22, 2022) – Students from both Primary and secondary schools in Georgetown were on Wednesday honoured for their academic achievements as the Department of Education - Georgetown hosted its Regional Award Ceremony for the academic year 2020 – 2021.
Seventeen-year-old Rajni Persaud was born blessed although she is living with cerebral palsy.
Students in Grade 11 (Form 5) that will write the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examination this year, will write an English and Mathematics Diagnosis Examination on Wednesday, February 14th and Thursday, February 15th, 2018.
Guyana on Thursday walked away with eight awards at the Caribbean Examinations Council’s (CXC) Regional Awards ceremony for the 202o Caribbean Secondary Examinations Certificate (CSEC) and Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE).
-̶ cops 7 Regional awards for CSEC and CAPE
Guyana achieved a 63.68 percent pass rate with Grades 1- 3 at the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate Examinations (CSEC), this was announced today by Minister of Education Nicolette Henry.
With a total of 12,009 students sitting the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) 2020 examinations, Guyana has recorded an overall pass rate of 75.99 per cent as compared to 73 per cent in 2019.
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