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  • Other Workshop
    In addition to this workshop and seminars on current issues will be conducted for professional Journalists. Private Institutions also can request from
  • School Workshop
    Workshop and seminars are conducted for G.C.E. O/L and A/L students on Media and Communication studies. Workshop, seminars and discussions on communic
  • Provincial work Shop
    Workshop and seminars are conducted at district level for provincial journalists aimed at the development of their theoretical and practical knowledge
  • Diploma Courses
    Even though various state institutions, universities, private institutions and organizations conduct courses on Journalism, it is the responsibility o
  • News Paper Registrations
    Registration of Newspaper had become a prime objective of the Press Council with its inception in 1973. Since, a proper state institution for registra
  • Complaints
    Inquire into complaints against Newspaper Any person organization or an institution can make complaints against an injurious article published in any

NEWS PAPER REGISTRATIONS

Registration of Newspaper had become a prime objective of the Press Council with its inception in 1973. Since, a proper state institution for registration of newspapers , did not exist, ensuring the safeguard of character of Sri Lanka Press in accordance with the highest professional standards and discouraging absence publications had been occurred with the commencement of registration of newspapers. Further more as per Section 25 and 26 of Law No: 5 of 1973 the Editor and proprietor of the newspaper should register themselves with the Press Council.