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Keep good grades or GATE will be shut
Tuesday, October 9 2012
INTERIM chairman of the planning committee in the Government Assisted Tertiary Education (GATE) program, Dr Michael Dowlath has noted that a proposal was put forward in which students would be required to maintain and prove that they have maintained a good grade point average in order to continue to access funding.
Speaking after a University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT) forum on the 2012/2013 Budget at the Southern Academy for the Performing Arts (SAPA) in San Fernando yesterday, Dowlath said the proposal was recommended by the planning committee as a means of eliminating abuse of the programme in which tens of millions of tax-payers’ money has been used for students over the years.
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