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Date: 19 Aug 17 02:52am
With several students copping top spots in this year’s CSEC examinations, this publication caught up with the Regional Chairman of Region Six, David Armogan, Kyrie Irving Cavaliers Swingman Jersey, and he expressed his views on the performance of students from Berbice.He stated that “we are satisfied with the results, because it is a little better than last year and we keep getting better every year, and that is important; that is really the whole idea behind the education push that we have been making in the region to ensure that we can do a little bit better every year”.He further stressed that this year compared to last year the region saw a 67% improvement in the results, with Berbice High moving ahead as the top school in the region with 86% passes from grades 1-3, with New Amsterdam Multilateral coming out with 82%.Armogan also noted that the J.C. Chandisingh Secondary which did exceptionally well last year saw a decrease this year, he pointed out that they will be focusing on improving that school to bring it back to its former glory.Another school that has been doing well is the Skeldon Line Path Secondary with 70-odd percent. The best graduating student came from New Amsterdam Multilateral. According to Armogan “we continue to see good performances from schools that continue to do well over the years and we don’t seem to be able to bring up the performances of some of these schools that continue to do badly”.Schools like Skeldon High, formerly known as the Skeldon Lutheran School, was a high performing institution along the Corentyne and today that school has dropped to the lowest level in performance in the region.The chairman reiterated that the regional administration will be working with these schools to bring them to parity. He disclosed that the region cannot be completely satisfied until over 80 – 90 % of the students in Region 6 can gain grades 1-3 in five subjects and over, inclusive of Mathematics and English.Armogan also revealed that there is a significant improvement in Mathematics for this year compared to last year and the previous years, pointing out that the region is above the national average in this regard.“The performance in English is over 50 % and the performance in Mathematics is almost 50 %. So I think we are doing better in these two core subjects that we have set ourselves to improve in the last two years.” Armogan did not fail to mention that the New Amsterdam Multilateral’s performance this year has dropped, highlighting that they once competed with the top schools in Guyana.Meanwhile according to the Regional Chairman, another thing that will be happening this year, is the introduction of some additional subjects in some of the pilot schools, some of the senior secondary schools in the region.“They are putting out a pilot programme with the inclusion of additional subjects outside of the academic curriculum, subjects such as Music and a push in the area of Physical Education, ” Armogan said. He stressed that one concern encountered is land not being available to schools such as Line Path Secondary to facilitate students who may be writing Agriculture Science as a subject. According to him, this is an embarrassment, and the region, together with the Education Department, will be working to address the prevailing issue faced by students.He revealed that the Minister of Education Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine has asked that some of these subjects be reintroduced into the schools, noting that the whole idea is to make students rounded in their educational pursuits.The outgoing chairman divulged that the school’s uniform vouchers that were recently increased to $2000 will be distributed during the week so that parents can receive them in a couple of days before schools reopen.
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Date: 18 Aug 17 09:57pm
Khirul NajidamBy Michael JordanHomicide ranks here are worried at what appears to be a pattern of brutal murders of elderly women who live alone. Of the nine women slain so far for the year, three of them were between the ages of 68 and 74.In each case the motive appeared to be robbery, but police said that two of the victims were sexually assaulted. Two were strangled and the throat of the third was slashed.“Is a sadist seeking out old people who live alone?” one source speculated yesterday. “We can’t do away with this theory. We are dusting frantically for fingerprints (to see if they match).”In mid-February, the bound body of 64-year-old Prampattie Ramsundar called ‘Aunty Daro’ was found in the bottom flat of her Lot 88 Second Street, Newtown, Enmore home. Her hands were bound and a telephone cord was wrapped around her neck.A sister who found the body said that there was no sign of forced entry to the victim’s house. She believed that this suggested that her slain sister knew her attacker and willingly opened her door.Ramsundar’s house was ransacked and there were ashes in her home, indicating that her attackers were smoking in the house. According to the sister, over $500, 000 in cash was missing.Neighbours had heard screams at around 03:00 hours on the day that the elderly woman was slain.Prampattie RamsundarOne neighbour recalled peeping through her window and calling out to Ramsundar, but getting no answer.The neighbour also recalled seeing the victim’s door ajar. However, when the neighbour peeped outside about an hour later, Ramsundar’s door was closed.According to reports, a police tracker dog led investigators to a house some two corners away from the slain woman’s home. The house was reportedly occupied by a man who was often abusive to Ramsundar.In early March, two schoolgirls found the body of 74-year-old Khirul Najidam, called Babloo Saddick, in a store room located in the lower flat of her 1215 Gaulding Place home. She was bound and gagged and her home was ransacked. Saddick was last seen alive around noon on the same day she was slain.The victim had operated a small confectionery stand.At around 15:00hrs that day, a group of school children went to the woman’s house to make a purchase.After calling and getting no response, two girls ventured further into the yard and found the woman’s body in the storeroom.One neighbour claimed to have seen three young boys running from the house some time beforeSukhdai Ramkilaum15:00hrs, but thought nothing of it, since some persons would often try to steal the woman’s fruits.And on Wednesday, the partly nude body of 68-year-old Sukhdai Ramkilaum, called ‘Mama Rose’ and ‘Rosaline, ’ was found in a pool of blood in the bedroom of her Lot 80 Vryheid’s Lust North residence. Her throat had been slit and her home was ransacked.Like the other victims, Ramkilaum also lived alone.The dead woman’s nephew, who lives next door, said that the first sign that he and his wife got that something was amiss was when the woman didn’t respond to calls on Tuesday afternoon.His wife then observed blood dripping from the floor boards to the ground below.He then contacted the police, Jose Abreu White Sox Jersey, who accompanied him to the house where they made the grisly discovery.
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