Sri Lanka's free education is under increasing threat after unprecedented economic crisis
21 complaints of ragging in state universities since the establishment of a special hotline two months ago
The Ministry of Education proposes to reduce the number of school grades from 13 to 12
Sri Lanka has been producing more Art graduates than technology-led grads
Cabinet approved proposal to enter into an agreement with Nepal to facilitate exchange programs.
Will prioritise regional schools with a focus on poorer and remote ones.
We aim to adopt successful education systems from around the world,” he said.
Symposium hopes to encourage effective and quality research that contributes to national development
Plans for new technology university in Kandy, and converting private higher education institutions into universities
Would allow students to better express themselves, understand scientific concepts, cut across class divisions
"The ultimate goal is to provide quality education to both students and educators,” he said.
All schools will be digitized from Grade 1 onwards starting from the reopening of schools next year.
India reemphasizes it commitment to IOTs in Sri Lanka.
The discussion also resulted in the decision to convene several online sessions to engage with other relevant parties.
Huawei announced its support to help Sri Lanka implement program to nurture software and hardware engineers
“Children are taught everything there is to learn at just three, four years of age. This is wrong."
Sri Lanka has seen stiff resistance for private medical degree for local students
The aim is to make the entire teaching community of Sri Lanka graduates
An impressive number of students expressed their eagerness to select Australia as their preferred location
Higher Education Ministry to introduce new regulations and a hotline for tips against ragging in universities
Negotiations are underway to reduce the study period by one year.
Minister slams leftists, Marxists for resisting private universities
Cabinet approved a proposal by the UDA to transfer land with housing complex to the University of Colombo
"Even now, our medical faculties are run amidst great difficulty,” he said.
Only six out of 980 students have got visa - Applicants
“Our focus must now shift towards advancing without regressing into the abyss that threatens our nation’s progress."