‘Education industry needs a revolutionary change’
The Presidential candidate of the National Movement for People’s Power Parliamentarian Anura Kumara Dissanayake says a revolutionary change must be created within the education industry.
Revealing the education policy of the Movement MP Dissanayake said existing structures must be reformed.
The MP claimed that they do not believe that minor reforms can provide solutions to existing issues in the education sector.
Therefore, he pointed out that the education sector in the country needs a revolutionary change.
MP Dissanayake said the education sector must undergo radical changes, claiming the existing structure must be reformed, with policy decisions, subject modules and educational institutions also facing drastic changes.
He noted the education policy introduced by the National Movement for People’s Power will be a policy that represents this wide change.
(Source: News Radio)
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Please don’t change the existing structures. When I travel all over the world I need clean toilets and roads. We need our so called brainless graduates to fill those posts.
Please tone down.
SL Universities offering professional degrees have done very well.
The professionals who opted to stay in Sri Lanka or migrate to other countries, many of them do pretty well.
When a SL Professional Graduate reaches a Developed country, they are required to sit for a few exams to demonstrate competence. Many, many of SL Graduates have achieved this and are practising in their chosen professions including Blogger Amarakoon.
Even the Professional Graduates remaining in SL are doing well. Of course, the terrorist organisation called the GMOA thinks that all Dr’s should be rich.
We have a problem with Arts Graduates. They can only be employed by the Govt to uplift social standards. To do this, the Govt should have adequate revenue. That is lacking due to poor financial management by the illiterate and corrupt politicians whom WE send to Parliament.
Fiery Fernando. Let me tell you this. There are two petrol stations near where I live attended by two nice Tamil gentlemen who got degrees in Chemistry. Can you remember one Mr Alwis who had a SL degree in Electronics and came to UK and had a Master degree. He was stabled to death delivering pizza. When I was in Australia the couple who came to clean the room were SL graduates There are few doing well. But most of them end up doing meanial jobs. Have you been to middle east.If you don;t believe me just talk to them and listen to what they say.
No university in the world has this stupid rag other than SL universities. It shows there stupidity. Where in the world university students sell pens or what ever in trains and bus stations and always demonstrate blocking all the roads instead gaining knowledge.