The Education Ministry is devising a system with the assistance of the Elections Commission to detect grade one students whose school admission applications contain false information on their permanent address, a senior Ministry official said. Accordingly the system is currently being developed and the Ministry plans to introduce the scheme by 2023. Under the programme, [...]

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New system to track false addresses: Ed. Ministry

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The Education Ministry is devising a system with the assistance of the Elections Commission to detect grade one students whose school admission applications contain false information on their permanent address, a senior Ministry official said.

Accordingly the system is currently being developed and the Ministry plans to introduce the scheme by 2023.

Under the programme, the applicants names will be entered into a data base and checked with the Elections Commission data base regarding the declaration made regarding the permanent address.

“If we discover that the parent is living in another address during the specified period, the student’s application will be rejected,” the official said.

An estimated 600,000 applications are sent for grade one admissions every year, and the issue usually concerns around 125,000 applications to national schools. A separate team of officials will be appointed to check the applications.

The Ministry also plans to offer an opportunity for students from remote areas to fill in the vacancies of?the rejected applications. The selected students will also be entitled to hostel facilities of a national school.

The moves comes after a series of fraudulent cases regarding grade one admissions was reported recently.

 

 

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