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Progress being Made On GATE Related Issues

by | Oct 20, 2014

Tertiary Education Minister, Fazal Karim

Tertiary Education Minister, Fazal Karim

News Power Now is told that progress is being made by the committee set up to review the Government Assistance Tuition Expenses Programme or GATE.

Students can obtain financial assistance for tertiary-level education through GATE.

The initiative funds cover 100 percent of tuition expenses for undergraduate students and up to 50 percent of tuition expenses, to a maximum of TT$10,000, for postgraduate students.

Minister of Tertiary Education and Skills Training, Fazal Karim,  in an interview this afternoon  said various measures have been taken by the committee to ensure greater level of accountability and efficiency.

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All students who accept GATE funds, including postgraduate students, will be bound by a period of national service that will be linked to the value of the funds received.

National service is defined as employment within the country  in either the public or private sector.

Minister  Karim added that emphasis is also being placed on monitoring the grades and performance of persons who benefit from GATE.

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Minister of Tertiary Education and Skills Training, Fazal Karim

News Power Now is told that progress is being made by the committee set up to review the Government Assistance Tuition Expenses Programme or GATE.

Students can obtain financial assistance for tertiary-level education through GATE.

The initiative funds cover 100 percent of tuition expenses for undergraduate students and up to 50 percent of tuition expenses, to a maximum of TT$10,000, for postgraduate students.

Minister of Tertiary Education and Skills Training, Fazal Karim,  in an interview this afternoon  said various measures have been taken by the committee to ensure greater level of accountability and efficiency.

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All students who accept GATE funds, including postgraduate students, will be bound by a period of national service that will be linked to the value of the funds received.

National service is defined as employment within the country  in either the public or private sector.

Minister  Karim added that emphasis is also being placed on monitoring the grades and performance of persons who benefit from GATE.

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Minister of Tertiary Education and Skills Training, Fazal Karim

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