04-10-2015, 03:30 PM
Council of Legal Education will not interfere with the results
Act College entrance exam
The Council of legal education, which is the administrative organ of the Sri Lanka Law College, decided not to interfere with the findings of law on the college entrance exam for 2015 as well as to continue with the scheduled recordings, principal of the College, dr WD Rodrigo said in a press release yesterday.
The full text of the release: "in view of the statements made, and more media reports on the Law School entrance exam for 2015, the education body, vested with the responsibility of administrations in the Law College of Sri Lanka provides that they shall request the examining Division made the admission exam for several years. The selection of examiners to set paper, translating and marking script answer was the function and responsibility of the Department for examination.
At the conclusion of the marking script answer legal education Council decides the cut-off mark for admission of students to the College of Law of Sri Lanka. In view of the concerns expressed by the legal education Councils had discussions with Commissioner general of examination and after careful consideration of all relevant issues decided not to interfere with the findings at this stage and continue with the scheduled recordings. "