National Intellectual Council against multilingual law question papers

Friday, 01 February 2013 - 19:39


The National Intellectual Council states that the compilation of question papers intended for the Law Entrance Examination in all 3 languages may pave the way for conflicting issues.


Chairman of the NIC Bandula Chandrasekara addressing a media briefing held in Colombo today noted that this may create an issue similar to the 2011 Z score issue.




When inquired from the Principal of the Colombo Law College Professor W.D. Rodrigo in this regard he noted that it was unfair for various parties to draw conclusions regarding the proposed revisions to the curricula of the Law Entrance Examination in advance.

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