Ampara undergrads oppose Indian University study centres

The Ampara district undergraduate association urges the UGC to ban the operation of Indian University study centres in Sri Lanka and refuse permission for them to award degrees.

The Association complains that these study centres, in a bid to attract more students to earn money, conduct the examination in several parts of the country without any university supervision and allow the candidates to copy and impersonate freely at exam centres.

They also allege, that the candidates of these universities allow their students even to take their question papers outside and write the answers.

The association wants the VGC to take speedy action to protect the education system of the country and stop selling degrees in Sri Lanka.

Annamalai, Baradidasan, Madras, and Alagappa, Madurai are some of the Indian state Universities set up study centres in Sri Lanka.

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