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Friday, January 18, 2013

UGC Sri Lanka University Grants Commission Contact Details

UGC Sri Lanka University Grants Commission Contact Details
UGC Sri Lanka
UGC Sri Lanka The University Grants Commission විශ්වවිද්‍යාල ප්‍රතිපාදන කොමිෂන් සභාව - ශ්‍රී ලංකාව is the body responsible for funding most of the State Universities in Sri Lanka, and operates within the frame work of the Universities Act No. 16 of 1978,
The University Grants Commission (UGC) is the apex body of the University System in Sri Lanka.The functions of the UGC are; planning and coordination of university education, allocation of funds to Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs), maintenance of academic standards, regulation of the administration of HEIs and regulation of admission of students to HEIs.
It distributes public money, allocated by the Government for teaching and research to universities and university affiliated institutes, as such controls much influence and appointments at state universities

Contact Details
Telephone Local:
011 2-695301 , 0112-695302  , 0112-692357

Tel Foreign:
+94 11 2695301 , +94 11 2695302 
Fax :
0112-688045      +94 11 2688045
E-mail : 
Web:
Address:
University Grants Commission,
Ward Place,
Colombo 07.
Sri Lanka.


5 comments:

  1. what about aptitude test???

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  2. please,tell me can I do a change of my faculty academic year 2012/2013

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  3. I got the book today.
    ya u can postpone it by 1 year

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  4. i did my 3rd shy A/L in 2012 in matale distric. but i did my 1st and 2nd shy in kegalle distric. so my distric for university selection is kegalle . but in my result sheet they have given rank for matale distric . but i have to know my real distric rank for kegalle distric please some one help me how can i get it?

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  5. i just need some details about the external degrees

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