Friday, December 20, 2013

Erandi Kanchana Gampaha Rathnawali Balika Vidyalaya Island First in Commerce Stream

Erandi Kanchana of Gampaha Rathnawali Balika VidyalayaErandi Kanchana of Gampaha Rathnawali Balika Vidyalaya has become Island First in Commerce Stream in 2013 A/L Exam.

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Methsarani Lokuge Devi Balika Vidyalaya Best in Arts Stream

Methsarani Lokuge of Devi Balika Vidyalaya Colombo
Methsarani Lokuge of Devi Balika Vidyalaya Colombo 8 has become Island First in Arts Stream in 2013 A/L Exam.

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Adhitha Weerasiri Dias Richmond College Galle Island First in Maths

Adhitha Weerasiri Dias of Richmond College Galle
Adhitha Weerasiri Dias of Richmond College Galle has become Island First in Maths Stream in 2013 A/l Exam.

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Amaya Mahathanthila become Island First in Bio Science Stream

Amaya Mahathanthila of Ehaliyagoda Central
Amaya Mahathanthila of Ehaliyagoda MMV has become Island First in Science Stream in 2013 A/L Exam.


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A/L Results Released-Island Best Results

2013 A/L Results released.Candidates can check their results online from the department’s official Web Site. 

www.doenets.lk

Students who sat for the 2013 A/L Exam can submit re-correction requests prior to January 20th 2014 –Examination Commissioner.

Erandi Kanchana of Gampaha Rathnawali Balika Vidyalaya has become Island First in Commerce Stream in 2013 A/L Exam.

Amaya Mahathanthila of Ehaliyagoda MMV has become Island First in Science Stream in 2013 A/L Exam.

Adhitha Weerasiri Dias of Richmond College Galle has become Island First in Maths Stream in 2013 A/l Exam.


Methsarani Lokuge of Devi Balika Vidyalaya Colombo 8 has become Island First in Arts Stream in 2013 A/L Exam.
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Thursday, December 19, 2013

University Ragging Sri Lanka- 3 Pera Campus Students guilty for ragging Freshers

Three students of the Peradeniya University who pleaded guilty to ragging a new student were given a suspended sentence of six months rigorous imprisonment.
The Kandy Provincial High Court suspended the sentence for five years after which the three students will serve six month sentences while compensation will also be paid to the victim.
The students were convicted of ragging the victim on or during October 26 and 27, 2011 while six allegations were brought forward against them including forcing the victim to perform sexual acts. Extracted from :adaderana

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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

2014 Grade 5 Scholarship Cut Off Marks for Popular Schools-Full List

Update>>>

2014 Grade 5 / Year Five Scholarship Examination Cut Off Marks for Popular Schools Released

Full List here >>>



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Royal College Colombo 186 
Vishaka Vidyalaya 186
Dharmaraja College Kandy 184
Mahamaya College 183
Ananda College 183
Maliyadeva Boys 183
Maliyadewa Balika 182
Devi Balika 182
Pannipitiya Dharmapala Vidyalaya  174
Horana Thakshila Vidyalaya 174

Full School List Below (Extracted From Adaderana.lk)

The Education Ministry released cut-off marks for selection students for popular Schools of Grade 5 Scholarship Examination held 2013 August.
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The teachers' unions have threatened to take legal action against several schools that have refused to admit students who have passed the Grade Five Scholarship exam.
The Ceylon Teachers' Service Union (CTSU) yesterday said they will take legal action as the Ministry of Education has not issued the cut-off marks of several prominent schools, insinuating that they are not open to take in new students.
"The cut-off marks for Richmond College, Galle, Rahula College, Matara and Isipathana College, Colombo, have not been issued. They are not on the list of schools at all. This shows that they are not facilitating the admission of new entrants. Students worked hard to pass the examination, and there would be a large number who are hoping to enter those schools. Now they don't have that opportunity," CTSU General Secretary, Mahinda Jayasinghe, said.
Furthermore, the number of openings to admit new students has also decreased in most of these schools, when compared to the number of students who were admitted last year, he said.
Newspaper attempts to contact the Education Ministry authorities to clarify the reasons for several schools not being included in the cut-off marks list was not successful.

Source :CeylonToday


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