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Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Grama Niladhari Exam Results & Interviews Details

COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION FOR RECRUITMENT TO GRADE III OF GRAMA NILADHARI SERVICE
Grama Niladhari Exam Results Released Sri Lanka

Web Site for Results - Link >>>

Grama Niladhari Exam Results released and Passed students list have been published in the web site.>>>  http://www.pubad.gov.lk


Interviews to recruit 4,000 Grama Niladhari officers will begin on the 20th of this month.   

Minister W.D.J Senevirathne says interviews to recruit Grama Niladhari officers will begin on the 20th of this month. The candidates who have scored higher marks at the examination conducted by the department of examinations recently will be called for interviews. The interviews will be conducted at regional level.
The government expects to recruit 4,000 new Grama Niladhari officers for the vacancies existing islandwide.Source - SLBC

Grama Niladharies  ග්‍රාම නිලධාරී – Results of North western, Central and Northern provinces are not issued due to Provincial Council Election and result will be issued after the Election. http://www.pubad.gov.lk

Examination for recruiting class III Grama Niladharies  ග්‍රාම නිලධාරී – 2012/2013 - 
List of candidates that have been selected for the interview - (Results of North western, Central and Northern provinces are not issued due to Provincial Council Election)


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1 comment:

  1. when will the new grama niladari appoinmented for the vocant?

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