Examinations Department announced today that investigations have been initiated on some 6500 students who are suspected to have swindled at the 2010 G.C.E. O/L examination.
Examinations Commissioner Anura Edirisinghe told Daily Mirror Online that the inquiries which are being carried out by the Investigations Branch of the department initiated today. “We are planning to complete the probing within two weeks and release the results of students who are cleared from the charges as soon as possible,” Mr. Edirisinghe said.
Speaking further he stated that results of students whose charges are proven would be cancelled while a debarkation would be imposed on such individuals from sitting for examinations for a period of two - five years. Meanwhile the Examinations Department also took steps to withhold 2010 G.C.E. O/L results of more than 10,000 candidates who had sat for the examination by producing postal identity cards. (Lakna Paranamanna)
Then, when they are going send the result who produced postal identities? what is the problem with it?
sanjaya Monday, 25 April 2011 08:30 AM
Are there no body to investigate the allegations against the commissioner of examinations of reducing the pass marks for his future betterment...which were disclosed among media...? Poor students only to be investigated.....
kaputakukula Monday, 25 April 2011 09:57 AM
6500 cheaters!! Are they all going to be the prospect of our future leaders., they got the basic quality to be so...
harini Monday, 25 April 2011 03:52 PM
Miracle of Asia
Adrian Tuesday, 26 April 2011 07:21 AM
our country is led by a bunch of cheaters. Why worry about school children cheating?
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