Thursday, April 16, 2015

University Admission Hand Book Release Today, students can buy this weekend

Sri Lanka University Academic Year 2014/2015

Much awaited University Admission Hand Book for the 2014/2015 Academic year will be released Today (May 7th) University Grants Commission sources said to “Lanka University News”.  

Students can buy the HandBook this weekend. Still the HandBook not received for Book Shops. 
Make a call & ask whether book has received or not before you go to buy the book.

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The Sri Lankan University Grants Commission (UGC) would call applications for the 2014/2015 Academic year university admissions based on the 2014 GCE A/L examination.

UGC Hand book, a student guide that contains the application form will be available at major bookshops soon.  

University HandBook Distribution Agents District wise - Click

The Campus Application Form should be filled carefully and all courses that the candidate qualifies should be mentioned according to his or her preference and sent to the University Grants Commission.

According to the sources, UGC have added several new courses to the new university entrance handbook.

The admission of new students will take place in this year September or October.  Around 25,000 students are to be admitted to the universities.
The university Handbook delayed two months due to changes in the UGC & Ministry under the new government.

Aptitudes Tests details, Z score Cut Off MARKS release dates & University Leadership Training details will be informed near future via “Lanka University News” and national Newspapers & Electronic Media. 

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