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Conducting coaching or tuition classes targeted at the 2020 GCE Ordinary Level (O/L) Examination will be prohibited after February 23 midnight, the Department of Examinations said.

Examinations Commissioner General Sanath Pujitha said the prohibition will be effective until the examination is concluded.

Accordingly, organizing, conducting subject oriented lecturers, seminars or classes, printing exam oriented papers, distribution and giving publicity via electronic media, posters and banners claiming to provide similar questions prior to the examinations are strictly prohibited.

The examination would begin in March (????) and end on March 10, 2021.

“If a person or an institution is found violatinh the regulations, complaints could be lodged with the nearest Police Station, the Examinations Department or by diallinh the numbers given below,” he said.

Police Head Quarters: 0112421111

Police Emergency unit: 119

Hotline (Examinations Dept): 1911

Examination Commissioner General's Office: 0112785211, 011275212

Schools Examination organising Branch: 0112784208 / 0112784537. (Chaturanga Samarawickrama)

  Comments - 2

  • Boom Monday, 15 February 2021 05:02 PM

    They will also have to ban ZOOM!!!

    Abdhar Rahman Irshad Tuesday, 16 February 2021 03:04 PM

    We people didn't evn have a class to get banned its very thanks to this info and to spoiling our studies...great job u all..


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