No enrollment of students in intermediate classes | Sri Lanka News

The Education Ministry has decided not to issue letters pertaining to enrolling students in intermediate classes, the Minister of Education said.

Addressing the media, Minister Susil Premajayantha said the cabinet paper in this regard was approved today.

Accordingly, an announcement will be made after the Sinhala and Tamil New Year due to ongoing grade one admissions and grade six enrolments after the grade five scholarship examination, he said.

Soon after the above enrollments are completed, an announcement will be made to enroll students in intermediate classes, he said.

“A sample application will be published after April 15 through a public notice. The filled-out applications should be sent to the school where the parents expect to enroll their children. According to a circular issued to the schools, they are advised to make the selections according to the student vacancies under a certain marking scheme,” Minister Premajayantha said.

The list of the selected students should be sent to the Education Ministry to obtain approval, he said.

With the new program, parents do not have to waste their time coming to the ministry for their student enrollments. (Chaturanga Pradeep Samarawickrama)

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