Bosai awards top students

Chinese bauxite company Bosai Minerals Group (Guyana) Inc last Saturday handed out 61 bursary awards to top students from across the country, the sixth annual such award ceremony the company has held.

According to a press release from the company, bursaries were awarded to the top ten children of Bosai employees, the top ten Linden students and the top ten Guyana students. However students who fell into all three categories were entitled to bursaries at all three levels. The levels awarded for were the National Grade Six Examination, the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) and the Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE). Trophies were also awarded to the top performers of each level in the respective categories.

Timon Garner and Zenel Marks received double awards as they are children of employees who were in the overall top ten at the CSEC and NGSA respectively. Michael Bhopaul and Ramesh Ghir received awards for being Guyana’s top students at the last NGSA, while Ahsmar Angel and Modesty Hassanah received trophies for being Linden top students.

Sarah Hakh who gained 16 grade ones at the last CSEC examination walked away with the Guyana Top Student trophy, while Rochelle Sparman copped the Linden Top Student trophy as she had gained 12 grade ones.
Bosai’s Certificate of Achievement was also handed out to all students.

Delivering the feature address at the event, held in Linden at the Egbert Benjamin Hall, Public Relations Consultant Owen Hughes charged the students to continue in the path of intense information gathering as this was integral in their future development as aspir
ing leaders.

The students were also addressed by Bosai General Manager George Zhao who specifically gave the charge to his employees’ children to strive to receive the company’s top award.

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