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Policies and Rules & Regulations to Follow Undergraduate Degree Programmes at Non-State Higher Education Institutes under Student Loan Scheme (IFSLS)
- Admission Policy for Non –State Higher Education Institutes
The opportunity is given to follow only the selected degree Programmes at degree awarding institutes that are entitled for the IFSLS. When selecting students for relevant courses, it is based on the minimum qualifications that they have to be fulfilled, the preferences given by them for degree courses, number of applications received and the seating capacity granted by the relevant degree awarding institutes. When the number of applications received exceeds the seating capacity for each course at the relevant institute, the selection will be done on the merit order of Z-score obtained at the G.C.E (A/L) examination by the applicants.
- Minimum Qualifications for Admission
The minimum qualification is considered for the admission of the academic year 2019/2020 at non-state higher education institutes under the IFSLS is the candidates who have sat G.C.E (Advanced Level) examination in the year 2017, 2018 and 2019 conducted by the Commissioner General of Examinations and have been notified as qualified for university entrance. The candidates should have fulfilled the conditions of ;
(i) having obtained simple (S) passes for all the three subjects in one and same sitting and not exceeding three sittings , and
(ii) having minimum of 30 marks for the Common General Test at any sitting described in above (i) or re-sitting for the Common General Test in the year 2020 subject to the condition of maximum three sittings.
A If candidates who failed to obtain 30% marks or above for the Common General Test and have been selected to a course at Non-State Higher Education Institute based on the ZScore in this academic year, they will not be eligible to register for the said course.
3 1.3. Criteria relevant for the admission to Non-State Higher Education Institutes approved by the Universities Act, No. 16 of 1978 (amended from time to time)
- Under the Student Loan Scheme, equal opportunities have been provided for all the students to follow courses at non-state higher education institutes.
- All the students are entitled for only one opportunity to pursue higher studies under government provisions.
- Opportunities are given only to study full time degree courses at approved non-state universities under the IFSLS.
- Opportunities have been provided to follow the degree courses only at main center of the nonstate higher education institutes. 5. Non–state higher education institutes approved under the Universities Act, No. 16 of 1978 (amended from time to time), which included in the Student Loan Scheme are as follows;
- Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology Guarantee Ltd- SLIIT
- National School of Business Management- NSBM
iii. CINEC Campus – CINEC
- Sri Lanka Institute of Buddhist Academy -SIBA
- Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka- ICASL
- SANASA Campus Ltd- SANASA
vii. Horizon College of Business and Technology Ltd – HORIZON
viii. KAATSU Highly Advanced Medical Technology Training Centre-KIU
- SLT Campus (Pvt) Ltd., – SLTC
- SAEGIS Campus (Private) Limited– SAEGIS
- Esoft Metro Campus (Pvt) Ltd., -ESOFT
xii. Aquinas College of Higher Studies – AQUINAS
xiii. Institute of Chemistry Ceylon –ICHEM
xiv. International College of Business Technology – ICBT
- Benadict XVI Catholic Institute – BCI
- The process of selection of students for Bachelor’s degree courses at above mentioned nonstate higher education institutes is described in this handbook. The rules and regulations mention in this hand book can be changed in conformity with the decisions made by the government and the Ministry of Education.
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