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* Education sector trade union in Sri Lanka calls for releasing the report on GCE O/L paper leak
Mon, Feb 11, 2013, 09:35 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Feb 11, Colombo: The Ceylon Teachers' Union (CTU), an education sector trade union in Sri Lanka has called on the Examinations Department to release the report on the probe over the leaking of the GCE Ordinary Level Science paper in December 2012.

CTU General Secretary, Joseph Stalin has pointed out that the Examinations Department had conducted an inquiry simultaneous to the investigation carried out by the Criminal Investigation Department (CID).

He has explained that while free marks have been given to the affected students due to the issue, the persons arrested in connection with leaking the examination paper have been released on bail.

According to Stalin, the Examinations Department needs to release the report for the public to know what had gone wrong and to prevent such incidents from taking place again.

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