The Southern Province ( SP) Education Dept says they have made arrangements to train the new principals recruited, commencing tomorrow at 10 centres.
The Education Ministry’s decision to turn down the North-Central Provincial Council's (NCPC) plan to close schools at 12 noon due to the prevailing heat, shows the lack of coordination between the PC Education authorities and the Central Education ministry, unions said.
The GCE Ordinary Level (OL) exam has been scheduled from December 6-17, said Examinations Commissioner W.M.N.J Pushpakumara.
The University Grants Commission (UGC) has approved the introduction of new degree programmes to render graduates more employable, a senior official said.
With an increase in pass rates, Sri Lankan students have regained their high performance trend at CIMA examinations. The pass rates from the March 2016 exams reveal a marked improvement from previous results.
'Logistics Day 2016', the annual Logistics Day of General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University (KDU) was held recently. It was organised by the Intake 31 undergraduates of the Department of Management & Finance, under the theme “Together towards tomorrow for sustainable Logistics Systems”.
Cabinet approved a proposal to print 30% of school textbooks in 2017 at the State Printing Corporation and the Dept of Government Printing.
According to the Report, 149,572 students were eligible for university admission at the 2014/15 GCE A/L Exam. However, the national universities were able to absorb only 25,624, which was 17% of the eligible students.
Wayamba University is to have a Faculty of Medicine based at the Kurunegala General Hospital.
There is the habit of handing over applications at the counter and the process of selection takes time, while the use of the University website to download the form and applying is more effective and secured methodology