Students already transferred from one national school to another school for Advance Level will not be affected by the circular canceling such transfers, Minister Bandula Gunawardane said.
The transfer of students from one national school to another for Advanced Level studies has been cancelled by the Education Ministry in a circular issued few weeks ago.
Students, after passing the Ordinary Level (O/L) Examination, seek enrolment in another school for their Advanced Level (A/L) studies. However, hereafter, this opportunity will not be available for national school students.(KB)
There is a know fact in Management, for some one to become a good Manager, he should have learnt Advanced Maths. for some one to become a leader, He should have very intelligent mind and foresight in addition to advanced maths knowledge. Those who did just simple matematics do not undestand or analyse the problems logically. they are suitable for just clarical jobs.
shantha madawelass Thursday, 17 May 2012 04:57 AM
as the education minister, he is not interested in education but in transferring and closing schools.....
kem Thursday, 17 May 2012 06:04 AM
First make most schools better and then cancel the transfer. Not all schools are in the same level for doing A/L. This is very unfair for students who would like to have a better better education for their A/L and to get into a uni. Also when making these policy DONT make it immediately and give some time say at least from next O/L batch. Another advice..please fix the z-score issue first before making any of these policies.
harry Thursday, 17 May 2012 06:51 AM
Circular still valid for next year?
Truth_Seeker Thursday, 17 May 2012 06:53 AM
These people r making the same mistake again and again. They never consult with relevant stake holders at all and seems to think that they know everything. Need radical changes to the cabinet; lets have educated, enthusiastic and able young!!!
Minister Thursday, 17 May 2012 07:56 AM
So why not make the rest also unaffected by your circular?
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