Exam frauds committed by some students wearing hijab
Posted on August 8th, 2019

Courtesy Ceylon Today

The Commissioner General of Examinations recently announced the candidates not to sit for the G.C.E. Advanced Level Examination wearing hijab due to the situation which prevailed in the country recently.

Yet, as reported, some students in several schools of the Eastern Province, have been seen wearing hijab during the examination.

Accordingly, some have complained that the rules and regulation of the examination have been violated by the above mentioned students who were wearing the hijab during the time of examination.

As reported, exam frauds have been committed by some of these students who were wearing the hijab. 

 CT Web 01:42 PM Aug 08 2019  0   

2 Responses to “Exam frauds committed by some students wearing hijab”

  1. Dilrook Says:

    Cheating at the GCE A/L exam particularly by minorities is well known. In the 1980s Nanda Mathew, MP presented in parliament a detalied report on this.

    The only solution is ethnicity based university standardization.

    This is prompt each group to be fair. Otherwise the losers will be them and not others.

    It is also fair by taxpayers. 75% of tax is collected from Sinhalese and it is only fair Sinhalese get 75% of university opportunities in each faculty. Same goes for others.

    Until it is done, our education system will produce frauds.

  2. jay-ran Says:

    AND ITS A MUST AS IF SOME DISOBEYS SRI LANKAN LAW,THEY SHOULD BE EXTRADITED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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