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Date: 13 Aug 17 02:41am
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Texila American University (TAU) has said that it was justified in seeking to withdraw the visa of an Indian student and having him deported to India.Ragavendra Balakrishnan recently claimed that he was given no explanation why he was picked up by Immigration authorities, since he was in Guyana on a valid student visa.However, officials of the private university, located in Woolford Avenue, Georgetown, disputed his claim.Texila University has been in Guyana for two years and currently has over 100 students of ten nationalities studying here.Saju Bhaskar, the chief executive of Texila, said that the University sponsors visas for every international student, and it forms part of its obligation to keep Immigration Authorities informed when students are entering or leaving the university.As a result, Bhaskar said when Balakrishnan gave up studies at the university; sponsorship of his visa was withdrawn by Texila.The University officials claimed that Balakrishnan had put in writing that he was no longer a student of the university.The university also claimed that the student packed his bags and left with the immigration authorities and was not “taken.”Bhaskar and other university officials claimed that Balakrishnan was insistent that his degree in homeopathy could be grounds under which he could skip the first two years of the medical programme and be fast-tracked for clinical rotation in the USA.However, the university said that it did not accede to the request, saying that a person has to be eligible before they could be posted for clinical rotation. The student must complete the first two years of the programme. Clinical rotation is for third and fourth year students.The university said that Balakrishnan was failing his anatomy classes. He then complained that he was not aware of the passing grade. His next step was to seek to have his failing grades adjusted, Bo Jackson White Sox Jersey, something the University said that it could not do.The University said that all indications are that Balakrishnan was more interested in entering the United States and that the university was not into facilitating illegal activities.The University claimed that the student was trying to practice homeopathy in Guyana, and was trying to use the university to get him that permission to work here.Bhaskar said that the university made a conscious decision to come to Guyana after looking at the fact that the rest of the Caribbean has over 38 private medical schools.The University offers a 50 per cent scholarship to all Guyanese students.Bhaskar acknowledged that the University has problems, but these are associated with the fact that it is a growing university with a diverse student population.Bhaskar said that by October the University would have students from 15 different countries and that the student population could grow to 300 when facilities are expanded to a second campus at Sparendaam, East Coast Demerara.According to Texila, some students have indeed left the University. Bhaskar said that these were mainly Indian students who did not realise the kind of country that Guyana is and expected to be in a country that was more developed.He said that the university never sought the deportation of any. The only person whom the university caused to be deported was a dishonest lecturer.In addition, the university said that the Medical Council in Indian has taken time to issue eligibility certificate and those students who left sought to defame Texila and pull students away.
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Date: 13 Aug 17 12:55am
The much anticipated opening of the Berbice River Bridge has suffered another setback.A shipment of components for the retractor spans used on the construction has been delayed.According to informed sources, a consignment of much needed parts for the project has been returned to its point of origin in the United Kingdom, (UK) since last July.This was because the shipping company, EWL, contracted to bring the parts to Guyana ended up in bankruptcy, causing its operations to cease.Reshipment of the equipment was effected only last week and the required parts are therefore not expected to arrive immediately in the country.This will put back operations on the construction of the structure by more than two months, DJ LeMahieu Rockies Jersey, according to Bridge officials, making its planned commission in August virtually impossible.When contacted, the contracting company undertaking the bridge’s building promised to explain the reason for the delay but has so far failed to do so.
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Date: 13 Aug 17 12:55am
…test runs continueThe Guyana Sugar Corporation (Guysuco) continues to supply electricity to the Guyana Power and Light from its Skeldon plant at an average of six megawatts.In a release issued yesterday, the sugar company stated that six megawatts is the maximum that GPL is capable of taking from the corporation.The plant at Skeldon is capable of supplying 10 megawatts of power.As of Friday, the corporation was generating power from its turbine alternator using bagasse as fuel.Both Wartsila generating sets are fully operable and are on standby to generate power if required, Troy Aikman College Jersey, the release stated.Earlier reports had stated that the company was not producing the amount of power that was anticipated for GPL.This newspaper was reliably informed that the issues between GPL and the sugar company are of a financial nature.Meanwhile, Kaieteur News was told that grinding operations are continuing at the factory.This newspaper understands that the process was halted on several occasions as a result of slippages on the conveyor to the de-watering mill.As the tests progress, technicians are gradually increasing the capacity of cane to be ground.Yesterday, the grinding rate was an average of 130 tonnes of cane per hour with one punt dumper in operation.Kaieteur News was told that the factory is back on schedule, as efforts were made to rectify the problems that were experienced during test runs.Recently, Site Representative Andrew Jin told the media that the trial run showed that there were problems between the punt dumper and the conveyor belt.  Difficulties were also encountered with the shredder bearings.‘Choking’, he had said, was occurring when fresh water was pumped into the diffuser.This same problem recurred at the second and third evaporators.Following the discovery of the problems, an assessment was done.Two days after it was announced that the factory was having technical difficulties, Agriculture Minister Robert Persaud said that Guyana was examining legal options and remedies which can be enforced against CNTIC, the Chinese company contracted to build the facility.The minister said that fines can be imposed under the contract signed between Guyana and the Chinese company.These fines can exceed US$5M.Since the problems were discovered, CNTIC mobilized technical experts to bring the factory to a point of successful commission and full operation.Following the official handover of the factory, there are three further 72-hour tests which can be carried out by the owner during the next year, according to the agreement.During that period, the contractor is still responsible for defects arising from those tests, despite the fact that the factory would be in commercial use.The new factory is expected to produce 110, 000 tonnes of sugar annually.
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