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“The first priority must be drawn to the education in the course of developing the country in addition to the national security. I am ready to take a new step in education in collaboration with people who work devoid of the differences such as party or c

min dalasThe Minister of Education Dullas Alahapperuma says that in addition to the national security the first priority has been drawn to the education in the course of developing the country within the policy declaration of The President and a tremendous change can be done in the country through that change.   

The minister stated these ideas today (22) at the Ministry of Education while participating in the occasion of officially taking up duties of his new ministry.   

 The minister further stated that many schools and classrooms in our country remains in the 19th century, the teachers are in the 20th century and the present problem is the educating the children who are in the 21st century. This situating has to be studied thoroughly and find the solutions.   

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Further expressing his views the minister said that The President Gotabhaya does not look at you through coloured spectacles. Your political color, ideology or point of view is immaterial to him. The political culture in the history was to send the blue coloured home when the green coloured come to power and when the blue colour comes to power the green ones are sent home. That must not be the practice. We need to go ahead with the efficient officers.  

3K1A5453The minister also requested not to spend any money to organize welcome functions for him and it is not necessary to display the posters or banners with the portraits of The President or the Prime Minister in any place of the Ministry of Education. The Secretary of the Ministry of Education Mr. M.N. Ranasingha and several officers had joined at this occasion.      

 

“The first priority must be drawn to the education in the course of developing the country in addition to the national security.

I am ready to take a new step in education in collaboration with people who work devoid of the differences such as party or colour.” – The Minister of Education Dullas Alahapperuma 

 

The Minister of Education Dullas Alahapperuma says that in addition to the national security the first priority has been drawn to the education in the course of developing the country within the policy declaration of The President and a tremendous change can be done in the country through that change.   

 

The minister stated these ideas today (22) at the Ministry of Education while participating in the occasion of officially taking up duties of his new ministry.  

 

The minister further stated that many schools and classrooms in our country remains in the 19th century, the teachers are in the 20th century and the present problem is the educating the children who are in the 21st century. This situating has to be studied thoroughly and find the solutions.   

 

Further expressing his views the minister said that The President Gotabhaya does not look at you through coloured spectacles. Your political color, ideology or point of view is immaterial to him. The political culture in the history was to send the blue coloured home when the green coloured come to power and when the blue colour comes to power the green ones are sent home. That must not be the practice. We need to go ahead with the efficient officers. 

 

The minister also requested not to spend any money to organize welcome functions for him and it is not necessary to display the posters or banners with the portraits of The President or the Prime Minister in any place of the Ministry of Education. The Secretary of the Ministry of Education Mr. M.N. Ranasingha and several officers had joined at this occasion.     

 

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