Student Thugs inside Sri Lankan Universities’……….
Posted on September 29th, 2012

Ajantha Premarathna

The only solution to the university education crisis in Sri Lanka is establishing “Private Universities” with foreign collaboration and allow private sector to invest in university education as government is not capable to invest such a huge budget while attending to other similar priorities such as health, transports, other infrastructure developments etc. The salaries of the private universities would definitely be more attractive than government universities. It will naturally be forced the government to match the salaries of the private universities.

What FUTA fighting is illogical and absurd. They all know very well that it will not work and will fail very soon, as 6% of GDP is 25% of the government income only for education. This shows their sinister motive behind to destabilize the country as all whole and work for foreign NGOs agendas such as Pro-LTTE and church. The track records and behavior of leadership of the FUTA is not Sri Lanka friendly.

But so called Dr Dewasiri, Dr Mahin Mendis and other FUTA support crowd like “Friday Forum” lead by Rev. Fr. Chikkera are Pro-LTTE Tamil Terrorists. Their past and present acts are not Sri Lanka friendly. How all of sudden FUTA wanted to support Sri Lanakn by enhancing the education sector. Where were FUTA when thugeory and brutal ragging of undergraduate are going-on in their universities??

Because, they got payment from foreign NGOs to de-destabilize the country (which is US/EU sub-contract) and work for Pro-LTE Tamil Terrorists diaspora and their money by asking to reducing Sri Lankan defense budget which is a pro-LTTE TNA  demand and increase the education budget by 6% which is an impossible task to a developing country without private (university) investments. In short, FUTA is not working interest of Sri Lanka but for their pay masters like US/EU back NGOs and LTTE Tamil diaspora.

So, all Sri Lankans should be alarmed what FUTA  is doing under the cover of University Education

The current strike by the FUTA seems to sabotage the education system in Sri Lanka and create a people struggle in order to unstable the country. This can be proved when look at the people who are leading this; the President of FTUA Dr. Dewasiri, spokesman Dr Mahin Mendis and supporters like Rev. Fr. Chikeara, Fee Media Moment, Vikramabahu  are supporters of LTTE Tamil terrorists. They must be getting handsome payment from Tamil diaspora who are majority is pro-LTTE Terrorists fighting to keep their asylum seeking and refugee status in West and US. Mahin Mendis himself is a person who discredit the image of Sri Lanka in several occasion now outcry about human right and fairness.  This attitude of FUTA leadership clearly shows that they are dancing to tune of their NGO paymasters to discredit image of Sri Lankan in the international forum. He is threatening to bring international force for their so called struggle proves this factor.

Government and mindful other university academics and people should not trap with so call campaign taking by FTUA to sake developing of education in Sri Lanka. They are working to damage the image of Sri Lanka and working for their personal gain and give a life to LTTE by reducing the national defence budget which is a demand of proxy LTTE political party TNA .

These so called FUTA academics have been caught leaking exam papers to their blue eyed boys and girls. Some were caught stealing microscopes from the very faculty they work. Some were caught fixing video cameras in girls’ toilets. Hard disks of the university computers have made one way journeys to the homes of academics. Many “ƒ”¹…”academics’ were found guilty of using their research grant money to buy furniture and build houses. Many have produced documents little better than toilet paper in order to secure promotions and professorships. In one instance a “ƒ”¹…”preliminary’ study was submitted to secure professorial points! These sort of academics are now crying to safe guard the education.

Further, SLMC and GMOA boosting that foreign doctors are not qualified and making lots of negligence. However, our experience is that almost all the malpractice and medical negligence in Sri Lanka are being done by members of GMOA and SLMC. These allegation  to foregone qualified doctors by both GMOA and SLMC merely to safe guard their lucrative private practice and privileges that they are enjoying now but nothing towards to the benefit of general public.

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 Thrish Says 

Nice to see your views about SL higher education. As you said, funds alone can not improve the situation. The problem is the lack of a vision. The weak interpretation of why higher education is needed has led to a steady fall of funding and increased political interference. In my view the whole tertiary education should be given a deep thought by all citizens given the reality that the business model of the highest income generators (house maids, tea, garments, etc) depend on eternal poverty of the respective workforces. Ex. Tea won’t be profitable without the tea plucking workforce living in appalling conditions, FDIs in the Garment industry depend on cheap machine operators, house maids get victimized in various ways due to their low bargaining power. A serious drive to expand tertiary education could in the long run promote these communities to higher income brackets sustained by different business models. Better higher education is needed to generate more out of the box thinkers who could generate spin offs with alternative business models and to attract those at a bigger operational level too. Ex. Dialog, Virtusa, etc, depend on university graduates, and close technical collaboration with local unis.

To achieve this, a mix of state and private education is needed. A 6% of GDP coming from both models will be a healthy situation. I am not sure how far state education can fill this goal, but in my honest view, aspiring to achieve this with or without private education is not a bad aspiration for a developing country aspiring to be a model in Asia.

I have not seen an open discussion done by any of the political parties in Sri Lanka on this regard. JVP had traditionally been opportunistic, UNP has traditionally had a weak confidence in state education, but never came up with a credible private education model like in Singapore either, and the present Government is nothing but a soup of many views without a clear policy.

In this sense, the current tri-demands – 1) increase government investment to 6% of GDP in education, 2) stop political interference in higher education, 3) increase salaries- sets the stage and context for the first time for a citizen discussion to fill the void.

Since national policy on education is essentially a political decision, involvement of all political parties is indefensible. In that sense, the present movement has attracted a wide involvement with a proportionately higher involvement of the inter university students federation. I wonder why mainstream political parties cannot get actively involved more and boldly express their views.

Regarding your remark on the trend of LTTE backed elements promoting the movement in the North, I would like to remind that the whole Tamil radical movements started with EROS (Elam revolutionary organization of students) who demanded for expanded opportunities in higher education that were ridiculed by the central government at that time pushing this student movement from an ideological debate to radicalism, and then to terrorism.

So, I urge you not to get carried away by people who might ridicule this repeating historical drive to build an intellectually advanced society in Sri Lanka by branding it as one of narrow minded radical politics.

We are closely monitoring the ground situation. My humble appeal from all friends in this list with diverse political views is to get your political parties to actively steer the destiny of this movement to a productive direction. Only democratic, peaceful, and visionary involvement can do that, not bigoted politics. Stay passive, you will shortly see how dangerous silence can be.

4 Responses to “Student Thugs inside Sri Lankan Universities’……….”

  1. mjaya Says:

    I have been saying this all the time. All you need to do is look at the political and religious connections of the main players in this strike.

    These rascals are ruining the lives of university students.

    Most of them do not deserve to be university lecturers in the first place!!!

  2. Geeth Says:

    There are facts. They are too massive to ignore.

    1. Education sector as a whole in the country is degenerated and is a mess. The faction that is striking and the faction against it are culpable to that degeneration and mess.

    2. The quality of education in SL can be raised with the existing resources, if the resources are properly managed, corruption ended, waste limited, if proper procedures established. Now the question is whether or not we want to buy the argument that lack of funding as the sole cause for above said degeneration and mess. This is the location that questions the credibility of the strikers.’ By hiding real problem, they have exposed their true intentions.

    3. We all agree that our education institutions have been degenerated; quality of education has gone into the gutter. But, like in Harry Potter magic, can we expect a boost in the quality of our education just by dumping 6% of GDP into this mess?

    4. Education is only one institution that has been over politicized, therefore degenerated to the current state. Similarly other institutions are also degenerated. This degeneration and corruption is the loophole that allows outsiders to fork their noses into our affairs including anti national forces/NGOs.

    5. We expected Pres. Rajapaksa to reverse many of these JR’s legacies, which includes Education. But the reason why he maintains these legacies is quite mysterious, and a valid question to ask? For instance, does he believe institutions like police department (a main part of judiciary) is a clean institute? Why he doesn’t want to clean these institutions?

    6. As a matter of fact, destroying free education in SL is an old horse. It began during JR’s era and tried to get it done through legislature but being unable to do so, he politicized the education sector applying Mathew Pieris theory of bringing slow death internally, not to mention with irreversible severe brain damage. The brain damage was done through hiring all Samavadee students into the cadres of faculties of universities from backdoor sidelining the truly academically qualified ones. I am sure those Samavadees of UNP also in the front line of the strike.

    7. Current system of education, although it is one of the main colonial remnants, but a positive one, that definitely can be utilized for the greater benefit of the nation.

    Since the colonial reason of establishing free education in SL has been achieved long ago, and now their products (the colonial sycophants) are handling administration, finance and economic policy planning, now the colonizer, the real father of current system of free education in Sri Lanka, demands to destroy it and to open the education sector to the free market forces so the future could be determined by market forces.

    8. It is entirely satirical to see how current situation has become so funny? Ajantha Premarathna blames that anti national forces of chanting national slogans. Do you know the reason Mr. Ajantha? The reason is because the forces we assumed to be national forces secretly now singing anti national songs these days. That’s why.

    9. The simple question is whether or not Rajapaksa administration wants to preserve free education? Is there any policy decision pending to privatize education sector? If not why is he waiting to resolve the issue?

    10. When the pro nationals switch their position into anti-national agendas, you cannot expect the tag of ‘nationalism’ also to switch its position with them. Instead, nationalism will remain floating without a bearer. When there is no bearer, any culprit can hold the ownership of its slogans. that is what has happened

    But if Pres. Rajapaksa wants to reclaim the flag of nationalism, as I said, he can increase the GDP percentage of expenditure under the condition and determination to overhaul the entire education sector, reestablishing its traditionally upheld transparency and prestige, removing all gundas and their malpractices and depoliticizing all higher educational institutions.

    He must amend higher education act making all academics to prove their credentials once in a while including submission of their researches making it compulsory to remain in the job. Make ragging illegal and punishable five years imprisonment. This is what Pres. Premadasa did when JVP was carrying pro-nationalist flag by chanting ant-IPKF slogan. He reclaimed it by declaring IPKF as an occupying army. Pres. Rajapaksa can reclaim nationalist flag if he want.

    Increasing expenditure in education is not anti-national, actually it is pro-national. It is actually a capital expenditure. Any governments’ capital expenditure in GDP like in the education sector is positively and significantly correlated with economic growth, but comparing to this, current expenditure mainly in construction field (especially highways) is insignificant to the direct economic growth of the ordinary man. Secondly, the government investment and total expenditures in education are one among very few expenses that are significantly associated with growth although due to lack of quality and vision the nation has been currently deprived of it. Therefore, we must understand that education is the key to growth for all developing countries. Expenditure on education may help foster economic growth, enhance productivity, contribute to people’s personal and social development, and help reduce social inequalities.

    The highest public spending on education relative to GDP is recorded in Denmark (7.8 % of GDP), while Cyprus (7.4 %), Sweden (6.7 %), Belgium (6.5 %), Finland (6.1 %) and Malta (6.0 %) Sri Lanka can raise its expenditure at least to 5% of GDP, but not to fill pockets of some charlatans, but to foster a better educational system. Therefore government must take this golden opportunity to clean the education sector.
    But instead portraying the raising of GDP percentage for education as an act of terrorism undermining national security is not only a weak argument but also pretty venomous.

  3. Susantha Wijesinghe Says:

    What thef is the Government doing all this time, without arresting the STUDENT THUGS, MALES AND FEMALES, BOTH.?? Why is the Government Pussy-footing on this issue ? Can anyone enlighten why the Government is turning vegetative, instead of being Carnivorous and Pescetarian ? The Government is giving the wrong signal to the Perpetrators, and they are going to TOWN on it, litterally, and metophorically. Shame Shame Shame.

    Enough is Enough !!! The government should BAN all Students and Academics Strikes right now. Get the Police to arrest all Leaders, inciting to create disturbances in the Country for Political purposes. Round up all the NGOs and those who are complicit in lending a hand morally and financially, to create mayhem in the Country. Take them into custody and produce them in COURTS, as per the Law of the Land. THIS IS CIVILIAN TERRORISM. HAS TO BE NIPPED IN THE BUD.

    WITHOUT DISCIPLINE, THERE IS NO EDUCATION, PERIOD.

    Consider the Cardinal Factor FIRST~~~~ DISCIPLINE. Secondly, the Legislators should immediately consult Neuro Surgeons and get their Lumbar (Spinal Cord ) checked. If bone calcification is taking place, these legislators need a rest in a dormitary. Let His Excellency call in the TRI FORCES and the POLICE to quell this THUGGERY. If the present Law is weak, by an Act of Parliament during an Emergency Session, give more teeth to the Law, to put all main actors in the slammer, through judicial procedure.

    ROUND UP ALL THE SADISTIC STUDENTS WHO PARTICIPATE IN PERVERSE FORMS OF RAGGING RITUALS. HEREIN, IF THE LAW IS WEAK AND APPEAR TO BE A JACKASS, ADD MORE TEETH TO IT BY AN ACT OF PARLIAMENT. PLEASE TREAT THIS REQUEST AS MANDATORY. SHOULD BE DONE WITHIN THE NEXT TWENTY FOURS HOURS, PERIOD.

    FINALLY, IAM APPEALING TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE PRESIDENT TO SUMMON AN EMERGENCY SESSION OF PARLIAMENT, TO RE-INFORCE THE LAW TO BE MORE FORMIDABLE TO MEET STUDENT TERRORISTS, AND THEIR INCITERS.

  4. Susantha Wijesinghe Says:

    THE PROBLEM HAS GOT MALIGNANT. PHYSICIANS SERVICES DATES HAVE EXPIRED.

    IMMEDIATE SURGERY WITHOUT ANAESTHESIA, IS WHAT IS REQUIRED RIGHT NOW, TO STOP THE SPREAD OF THE VIRULENT DISEASE.

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