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Chair, National Commercial Bank (NCB) Foundation, Thalia Lyn (second right), transfers $13.9 million to the Overseas Examinations Commission’s (OEC) account to cover the cost incurred for the 3,334 students from government-approved public and private schools who sat Principles of Account and Principles of Business in June. Observing (from left) are Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information, Dean-Roy Bernard; Executive Director, OEC, Hector Stephenson; Director, NCB Foundation, Stuart Reid; Jamaica College student, Travell Thompson; Norman Manley High School student, Keisia Jackson; and Jamaica College student, David McKenzie. They were at the Foundation’s Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) National Bursary Programme’s handover ceremony, held at Jamaica College on October 17.

Chair, National Commercial Bank (NCB) Foundation, Thalia Lyn (second right), transfers $13.9 million to the Overseas Examinations Commission’s (OEC) account to cover the cost incurred for the 3,334 students from government-approved public and private schools who sat Principles of Account and Principles of Business in June. Observing (from left) are Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information, Dean-Roy Bernard; Executive Director, OEC, Hector Stephenson; Director, NCB Foundation, Stuart Reid; Jamaica College student, Travell Thompson; Norman Manley High School student, Keisia Jackson; and Jamaica College student, David McKenzie. They were at the Foundation’s Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) National Bursary Programme’s handover ceremony, held at Jamaica College on October 17.