Top CAPE performers as released by the Ministry of Education

Several candidates recorded outstanding performances at this year’s Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE). Among the top performers are Shawn Shewram of St Rose’s High and Vamanadev Hiralall of Saraswati Vidya Niketan who secured Grade One passes in eight units:

Shawn Shewram
St Rose’s High
Caribbean Studies 1 I
 Economics  1I
 Entrepreneurship    1I
 Entrepreneurship   2I
Accounting 2I
Economics 2I
Law    2I
Management of Business2I
 Vamanadev HiralallCaribbean Studies  1 I
Saraswati Vidya NiketanBiology         2I
Chemistry 2I
Computer Science 2I
Environmental Science2I
Information Technology2I
 Pure Mathematics  2I
 Physics          2I

Other outstanding performers are:

Ashley Anthony
Queen’s College
Communication Studies 1 I
Integrated Mathematics 1I
Applied Mathematics          2I
Biology         2I
Pure Mathematics  2I
Physics          2I
Shannon WoodroffeCommunication studies1 I
Integrated Mathematics1I
Applied Mathematics2I
Pure Mathematics  2I
Physics         2I

Drilling at another ExxonMobil site set

In keeping with its aggressive exploration programme, ExxonMobil’s subsidiary, Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Ltd (EEPGL) is set for drilling at a new site called Sorubim which is northwest of its famous Liza find.

Captain Fantastic propels Afghanistan to the World Cup

HARARE,  (Reuters) – Afghanistan qualified for next year’s cricket World Cup as captain Asghar Stanikzai played through the pain barrier to produce a heroic innings and lead them to a five-wicket victory over Ireland on Friday.

Murdered T&T woman had made repeated complaints to police about stalker

(Trinidad Guardian) Domestic violence murder victim Anita Bahadur made her last complaint to the San Juan Police Station five days before she was killed, head of the T&T Police Service’s corporate communications, Ellen Lewis, confirmed yesterday.

Police complaints body still without head more than a year on

Misconduct complaints against police ranks cannot be properly dealt with by the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) as it remains headless more than a year after its chairman, Justice (retired) Cecil Kennard was forced out because of his age.

Windsor Estates residents say being victimised after objections to hike in homeowners’ fee

Some residents of Windsor Estates, on the East Bank of Demerara, yesterday accused the developer of the gated community of seeking to victimise them after they protested an increase in their homeowners’ association fee.


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