Four gain Government of India scholarships

Stabroek News
January 4, 2003

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The Government of India, on the recommendation of Guyana’s government, has provided four more scholarships under its Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation Programme (ITEC).

According to a release from the Indian High Commission, the scholarships are to provide training in some of the best Indian institutes in various fields.

The four awardees are: Doodmattie Singh, District Education Officer in the Ministry of Education who will attend an ‘Advance Certificate course in Curriculum Design and Instructional Material Development’ being conducted by the Technical Teachers’ Training Institute, Chennai from January 6 to March 29, 2003; Kathleen Anita Dawn Dummet, Projects Director in the Amerindian Affairs Division in the Office of the President and Reginald Augustus Brotherson, Chief Accountant in the Office of the President, who will both attend a course in ‘Micro Planning for Poverty Reduction and Sustainable Development’ being conducted by the National Institute of Rural Development, Hyderabad from January 10 to February 10; and Terrie Ann Pyle, Principal Auditor in the Office of the Auditor General who will attend the course in ‘Audit of Public Enterprises’ being conducted by the Comptroller and Auditor General of India, New Delhi from January 6 to February 14.

According to the release, all expenses, including airfare, boarding and lodging will be borne by the Government of India under its ITEC programme.

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