Final Waterloo Campus to benefit former Caroni Workers
Minister Karim and NIHERST sign agreement on Science and Technology with NISTADS India
Minister Karim forms strategic alliances with key Indian officials
Stakeholders Gather to Secure and Expand GATE
“The Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago has set the lofty but attainable goal of a sixty percent (60%) participation rate within the tertiary education sector by 2015,” Senator the Honourable Fazal Kari explained this during his address at a recent launch organized by the Accreditation Council of Trinidad and Tobago (ACTT). The MSTTE agency was launching the on-line edition of its 2011 - 2012 Compendium of Registered, Accredited andRecognised Institutions, Awarding Bodies and Programmes in the ALGICO Plaza pent house.
“Even as the Ministry focuses its attention on the development of an Education City in St. Augustine that will create a thriving hub for academia in North-East Trinidad, we are also investing our time and resources into the formation of a cluster development for Couva that would support the Point Lisas Industrial Estate and include training resources in a range of technical and vocational areas.” Senator the Honourable Fazal Karim, Minister of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education made this proclamation at the opening of the Energy Chamber’s Learning Center at Atlantic Plaza in Point Lisas on Tuesday September 6, 2011.
“The Ministry of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education intends to establish a multi-purpose campus at the former Agricultural Services Department of Caroni (1975) Limited.” Senator the Honourable Fazal Karim, Minister of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education revealed this news during the graduation of a successful computer literacy programme conducted in the Carapichima area. The graduation ceremony was held on Saturday September 10, 2011 at 3PM at the Waterloo Secondary School.