Two young men are now able to pursue studies in fields of their choice at the University of Guyana, Tain Campus, after they were awarded scholarships by Guyana Watch, a non governmental organisation that caters for the needs of those most in need.Raynor Mc Andrew,Matt Murray Penguins Jersey, 26, and Pooran Appadu, 20, both of Corentyne, Berbice will be pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Biology and an Associate Degree in Chemistry respectively.At a simple ceremony to mark the occasion in the office of the President of Guyana Watch,Saku Koivu Canadiens Jersey, Tony Yassin,Paul Coffey Penguins Jersey, the young men were both presented with cheques which represented payment for the first year of tuition. Additionally the lads will each receive $10,000 monthly,Alex Galchenyuk Canadiens Jersey, as a stipend.According to Mr Tony Yassin,J.T. Miller Rangers Jersey, the two were chosen by the University, since they have performed excellently for the short while they were at the University Campus at Tain. Yassin explained that the youths started their respective course last October after they acquired loans from the University’s loan department.While there the exemplary performance of the two youths prompted one of their tutors to seek assistance on their behalf.That tutor is Marlyn Ramjeet-Samad,Justin Williams Capitals Jersey, who explained that the men are among the top performers in their respective disciplines but financial constraints mean that they could not pay for their own education.Ramjeet-Samad said that this prompted her to seek avenues to have the young men sponsored and that quest led her to Guyana Watch.Speaking to Kaieteur News at the ceremony,Braydon Coburn Lightning Jersey, Yassin said that there are conditions attached to the scholarship. The men must achieve an overall B average for their entire programme.Upon completion they are expected to serve their country for a specific number of years. This, Yassin said,Jason Chimera Capitals Jersey, will serve as an incentive for the lads to endeavour for excellence.Expressing thanks at the benevolence of Guyana Watch,James Patrick Rangers Jersey, Mc Andrew and Appadu said that they will work assiduously towards making their families, communities and most importantly Guyana Watch proud.The youths disclosed that they have every intention to assist their communities so that they can make a difference in the end. Further the lads said that they will play their part in making a difference in Guyana’s development.Guyana Watch is a non governmental organisation that has been in operation since 1994.Although its main focus is in assisting to offset medical expenses, the organisation is also involved in other charitable deeds directed to the less fortunate and the underprivileged.