Guyanese journalist Vishani Ragobeer among three selected for India programme

Ria Bisnauth (second left) and Kumar Kissoon (right) with Indian High Commissioner, Dr K J Srinivasa (second right)

The High Commission noted that the ITEC programme began in 1964 as part of the government’s development experiences with fellow developing countries on the basis of partnership and cooperation for mutual benefit.

Ria Bisnauth, a Special Project Officer with the Guyana Forestry Commission, will be travelling to Indiranagar, Bengaluru to commence a two-week course on Climate Change Policy Development and Financing at the Environment Protection Training and Research Institute.

Kumar Kissoon, a Finance Manager with Teleperformance Guyana will begin his two-week course on Dynamics of High Performing Teams in Small and Medi at the Jaipuria Institute of Management in Lucknow.