The Sri Lankan Examinations Commissioner yesterday said that he would take steps to stop private tuition classes being held in the country within two years. “There is nothing wrong with the papers that we have produced. All the issues are created by those who conduct private tuition classes,” Examinations Commissioner W. M. Pushpakumara said. “All the questions in this year’s paper are strictly from the school curriculum, and those who conduct tuition classes are creating issues because subject matter outside the syllabus – which they teach – has not been included in this year’s papers,” he said]]>

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