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Tuesday, December 8, 2015

GCE O/L Exam December 8-17. Good Luck

GCE O/L Exam December 8-17. Good LuckSri Lanka ,GCE (Ordinary Level) examination O/L Exam to be held from December 8 to 17.

Candidates for GCE O/L exams beginning tomorrow requested to be in their halls before 8.30am dispite inclement weather, the Exams Commissioner says.

The GCE Ordinary Level Examination will commence tomorrow at 4,670 examination centers islandwide. The Commissioner General of Examinations Jayantha Pushpakumara says most number of students in history is expected to sit for the exam this time. 664,715 students are sitting for the exam. This shows a 87,000 increase compared to the previous year.

We, Lanka University News,  Warmly Wishes, All the Very Best and Good Luck for those who are doing O/L Examinations in 2015!!! 

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No Mobile Phones!
Taking a mobile phone into the examination hall is not only prohibited to those students sitting the Ordinary Level Examination this year, but also for invigilators and supervisors, the Examinations Department said.
No Copy !
Other examination malpractices that are punishable include impersonation, possessing relevant material, both printed and electronic devices, misconduct or creating disturbance in and outside the examination centre and obtaining help from invigilators, Examinations Chief N.J.Pushpakumara said.
No Tipp-Ex
Correction fluid (Tipp-Ex) and calculators are not allowed into the examination hall.

Carrying hand phones into exam halls are banned for candidates and teachers on supervision. Only examiners are allowed to carry hand phones to examination centres.
The Examinations Department announced that it is compulsory for GCE O/L candidates to have a NIC ID - National Identity Card or a valid Passport to sit for the examination to prove their identity. Only candidates who have not reached 16 years, by October 31 could produce the Postal Identity Card issued by the Postal Department at the examination and the candidate with postal IDs should forward two photocopies of page numbers 1 and 2 of Postal ID to the supervising officer of the Examination Hall.
LankaUniversity-News.com hopes the results of the GCE Ordinary Level Examination 2015 will be released on April or May  Month 2016.

Meanwhile, the Department of Registration of Persons says it has made necessary arrangements today to provide the national identity cards to the students who have not received so far.
The Department of Examinations says that any amendments to the admission cards issued in respect of the G.C.E Ordinary Level Examinations need to be brought to their notice before December 1.

Commissioner General of Examinations W.M.N.J Pushpakumara stated that such amendments should be forwarded to the School Examinations Unit of the Department.

Accordingly, those who wish to make amendments can contact the department on 1911 or 0112784208 or 0112 784537. He further noted that the admission cards have been received by the candidates through post.

The public is advised to report persons violating any rule related to examination to the nearest police station or to the Examinations Department hotline 1911 or 0112 784 208, 0112 784 537, 0113 188 350 , 0112 785 212. 
2015 GCE A/L examination results to be released December First week. 

Results , Time Table for the O/L examination Could get via www.doenets.lk Sri Lanka Examination Department official website.

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