Girls top SEA results again
Posted: Friday, July 6, 2012
Girls top SEA results again
Rebecca-Ann Jattan, Shemiah Grant, Nishtha Mohan and Victoria Majaraj have topped the Secondary Assessment Examination (SEA) results.
Rebecca-Ann Jattan, the top performer in the 2012 Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) Examination...
Girls Rule SEA
EDUCATION Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh turned up at the Canaan Presbyterian School in Duncan Village, near San Fernando, yesterday and named 11-year-old pupil Rebecca-Ann Jattan as the top performing Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) pupil for 2012.
'Hard work pays off'
The top Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) pupil in Tobago is 11-year-old Arron Ramroop of the St Andrew's Anglican School in Calder Hall.
Top 200 SEA pupils spread among 81 schools
The results are in and they show that pupils are performing better at the Secondary Entrance Assessment Examination (SEA) and the number of schools with top performing pupils has increased, Education Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh said yesterday.
Tablets for primary students
EDUCATION Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh yesterday hinted that the cost of providing laptop computers to each of this year's successful Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) students could be less than the $50 million which Government paid last year.
Penalty: $15,000 fine, 2 years jail
PERSONS who may have used computers to carry out the leak of raw data relating to the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) results could face a $15,000 fine and imprisonment for two years under the provisions of the Computer Misuse Act.
Ministry: Files taken before release on web
THE Ministry of Education suspects the leaked Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) results may have originated when the webmasters compiled the results that were to be used for the online release as well as for text messaging.
Minister: 361 WASA projects by next year
Minister of Environment and Water Resources, Ganga Singh, has thanked employees of the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) and their representative trade unions for their support when he served as chief executive officer.
THE Nursing Council of Trinidad and Tobago's (NCTT) registration examination had become outdated and removing this exam will not lower standards in the local nursing profession, Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan said yesterday.
Eye department at Mt Hope under probe
The Ophthalmology Department at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Mt Hope, is under investigation in wake of allegations that doctors have been luring cataract patients away from the hospital into their private practices.
'Loose ends' hold up case against 11 on fraud charges
The case against 11 men charged with defrauding Parliament of close to $270,000 was unable to start yesterday after the prosecution indicated "loose ends" were yet to be tied up.
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