CTSU apologises for possible disruption of GIT exams due to strike

12 March 2019 - 474   - 0

The Ceylon Teachers Service Union (CTSU) has apologised for any inconvenience that would be caused to candidates attempting the General Information Technology (GIT) exam, due to their decision to abstain from work tomorrow (March 13).

The GIT exam which for the very first time is being conducted online commenced yesterday and will run until March 18.

However, the CTSU has notified the Ministry of Education, Examinations Department, and the Provincial District Secretaries that teachers will not be deployed to invigilate the exams.

(Reporting by Damith Wickramasekara)

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