Daily Archives: 03/22/2012

Opportunities in Education at USA Universities

For your information and interest of Guyanese students.  


 1.  WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY – Opportunity for minority students to attend its MBA program for FREE, and so far, the response has been very poor.  The contact person is DERRICK S. BOONE, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Marketing, Rm. 3139 Worrell Professional Center, Babcock Graduate Schoolof Management – Wake Forest University, Winston Salem, N.C. 27109-8738.  E-mail: derrick.boone@mba.wfu.edu or visit www.wfu.edu.  Phone Number             866-925-3622        (Toll Free).   Continue reading

Budget Day is March 30; no consultations with opposition

Budget Day is March 30; no consultations with opposition

Dr. Ashni Singh

(Demerara Waves) March 21, 2012 – Guyana’s National Budget is to be presented to the 65-National Assembly next week Friday, despite the absence of consultations with the opposition which controls the House.

Prime Minister, Samuel Hinds announced that March 30 has been identified as the day earmarked for the presentation of estimates of revenue and expenditure for 2012.

The Leader of Government Business in the House on Wednesday March 21, made the announcement while seeking an adjournment of the Assembly to next week Friday, March 30, 2012..     Continue reading

St. STANISLAUS SPRING FLING – Toronto – April 21, 2012

— Post #1222

Annals of development – Singapore

Annals of development – Singapore

Dangerous delusions

Mar 20th 2012, by R.C. | DILI AND SINGAPORE – The Economist

IT’s important to have ambitions, especially if you are a poor country at the bottom of the pile. And what better way to drag oneself up than to emulate somebody else’s success? Where better to turn to than Asia? The region, after all, is the very model of post-war economic development. This is where so many tigers seem to have miraculously conjured astonishing rates of economic growth and development despite their hobbled beginnings. Continue reading

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