Written by Zulfick Farzan
27 Jan, 2021 | 5:29 pm
Colombo (News 1st); The Court of Appeal on Wednesday (27) issued notice on Education Minister Professor G. L. Peiris and several others to appear in the court on the 10th of March.
They were noticed in order to submit facts with respect to the petition filed with the Court of Appeal seeking an order to prevent the decision taken by authorities on university admission based on the District Quota system and the classification as new and old syllabus.
The petition was filed by Sanumi Tharindya, a student from Ambalangoda and it was called up in the presence of Justices Sobitha Rajakaruna and Dhammika Ganepola.
Secretary to the Education Ministry Professor Kapila Perera, Chairman of the University Grants Commission Senior Professor Sampath Amaratunga, Commissioner General of Examinations Sanath Pujitha, and the Attorney General were named as respondents in the petition and they too were noticed by the Court of Appeal.
The petition informed the court via Attorney-at-Law Dinesh De Sival, that an injustice was caused to her by the new admission system as she was aspiring to enter the medical faculty after sitting for the G. C. E. Advanced Level Examination in 2019 in the BioSciences stream.
The petitioner requested the court to issue an order preventing the said admission process and to issue an order on the respondents to prepare a new system for university admission.
Further, the petitioner sought an order on the respondents to enroll her to a medical faculty at any university.
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