The Belize Scholarship for 2011 eleven goes to Ravesh Sukhnandan. A release from the Ministry of Education names Sukhnandan at the scholarship recipient for his achievement as the Most Outstanding Candidate for the May-June Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations. Sukhnandan from St. Johnís College Junior College obtained five Grade Oneís in Caribbean Studies, Communication Studies, Physics Unit 1, Physics Unit II, Pure Mathematics Unit 1 and one Grade Two in Pure Mathematics Unit 2. In addition, Sukhnandan also achieved first place subject award in Belize in Caribbean Studies, Communication Studies, Pure Mathematics Unit 1, Physics Unit 1 and Physics Unit 2. Meanwhile, at the Secondary Education level, a student of St. Johnís College high school takes the top price. Romel Rudon is the Most Outstanding Candidate in Belize for the May-June 2011 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate examinations, while his schoolmate Aaron Stock is the runner up. Rudon obtained fourteen Grade Ones at the General Proficiency in Biology, Chemistry, English A, English B (Literature), Geography, Information Technology, Integrated Science, Mathematics, Physics, Religious Education, Social Studies, Spanish, Physical Education and Sport and Human and Social Biology and one (1) Grade Two in Caribbean History. Rudon also achieved first place in Belize in two Subject Groups, those being, Humanities and Sciences and is the top candidate for Information Technology in the country. Aaron Stock attained fourteen Grade Ones at the General Proficiency in Biology, Chemistry, English A, English B (Literature), Geography, Information Technology, Integrated Science, Mathematics, Physics, Religious Education, Social Studies, Spanish, Physical Education and Sport and Human and Social Biology and one Grade Two in Caribbean History. The Ministry of Education release says that Jonas Sanchez, a student of Edward P. Yorke High School, will receive the award for the most Outstanding Candidate in the region in Technical and Vocational studies. Jonas has been invited to attend the Ceremonial Opening of Council to be held in Trinidad and Tobago next month to receive his award. In addition, he will also be receiving Subject Group Award for the Technical Vocational subjects locally. Taze Russell Smith of Edward P. Yorke High School who will be receiving the Subject Group Award in Business. The Seventeenth Annual CXC National Award Ceremony is scheduled to be held on November 23, at the Bliss Centre for the Performing Arts in Belize City. This year three hundred and ninety-five Certificates of Excellence, four Subject Group Awards and thirty one Individual Subject Awards will be presented to deserving CSEC candidates.