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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Law College Registration Postponed:Sri Lanka


Law College Colombo Sri Lanka
updated:
Registration of the new students who passed the Law entrance exam held in August 2012 has been postponed by one week said the Principal of the Law College Sri Lanka. The registration was scheduled to be held tomorrow(15-Jan).

Old News
Registrations for the new intake at Sri Lanka Law College have been postponed by a week following a discussion between representatives of the Bodu Bala Sena and the Principal of Law College today.
A tense situation arose yesterday outside Law College when demonstrators attempted to handover a petition to the principal at Hulftdrop alleging a majority of students selected to the collage this year were Muslims students. 
The Sri Lanka Law College has postponed by one week the registration of new students for the year 2013, in the wake of protests and clashes following reports of alleged irregularities during the college’s entrance exam.
The decision was announced this morning by the principal of the law college, secretary of the law faculty students’ union Eranda S. Wanasinghe said.
The institute had commenced the process of enrolling the 309 students selected through the entrance exam held in August 2012.
155 Sinhala medium students, 133 Tamil medium students and 21 English medium students had gained entry to the law College.


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