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Cabinet approval for In-Service Advisors

The Ministry of Education revealed that Cabinet approval has been granted to proceed forth with regard to the In-Service Advisors Service which has been a concern unresolved for nearly 62 years. Accordingly, the Ministry of Education further mentioned that once the gazette notification has been published, applications are scheduled to be called.

Accordingly, approximately 4,971 teachers will join the In-Service Advisors Service. The recent development of this process was discussed at the Sectoral Oversight Committee (SOC) on Education and Human Resources Development meeting held at Parliament on February 28 chaired by MP Prof. Ashu Marasinghe.

The Committee was informed that the matters concerning the Sri Lanka Principals’ Service and the Sri Lanka Education Administrative Service have been submitted for Cabinet approval whilst the discussion regarding Non-formal Education have reached the final stage of closure.

The Sri Lanka Teachers’ Service, the Sri Lanka Principals’ Service and the Sri Lanka Education Administrative Service thanked the Committee for their involvement in resolving the long-running issues.

In addition, the committee was also informed that the introduction of an industry-oriented computing degree programme into Sri Lankan state and non-state higher education institutions have also been submitted for Cabinet approval.

State Minister of Public Management and Accounting Lasantha Alagiyawanna, MP Rohini Kumari Wijerathna, MP (Dr.) Nalinda Jayathissa, MP Wijepala Hettiarachci were present at the meeting.

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In-Service Advisors Receives Cabinet Approval (16:49)

The Ministry of Education revealed that cabinet approval has been granted to proceed forth with regards to the In-Service Advisors Service which has been a concern unresolved for nearly 62 years.

Accordingly, the Ministry of Education further mentioned that once the gazette notification has been published, applications are scheduled to be called.

In light of the aforesaid, approximately 4971 teachers are said to join the service of in-service advisor service.

The recent development on this regard was mentioned at the Sectoral Oversight Committee (SOC) on Education and Human Resources Development meeting held at Parliament on the 28th ofFebruary 2020 chaired by MP Prof. Ashu Marasinghe.

The Committee was informed that the matters concerning the Sri Lanka Principals' Service and the Sri Lanka Education Administrative Service have been submitted for cabinet approval whilst the discussion regarding Non- Formal Education have reached the final stages of closure.


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