Saturday, July 23, 2016

2016 A/L Z Score Cut Off Marks Release September month

Sri Lanka University Academic Year 2014/2015
2016/2017 University Academic Year students read this. (Important)

Handbook Release 2017 April !
Z Score Release September!
No Leadership Training !
Campus Starts November !

Sri Lanka Higher Education Ministry sources says that the students who are qualified for the 2017 University Academic year based on 2016 A/L results will be admitted to campuses before the end of 2017.

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University Handbook & Online Application Form for 2016/2017 Academic year will released April month. 

Z Score Cut off marks for the 2016/2017 university academic year will released September Month.
 Z Score Cut off marks for the 2016 university academic year 

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Z Score Cut off marks for the 2015/2016 university academic year release Today 12 noon.

Z score cut off marks can be obtained from web Site or

The cut off marks are based on the 2015 GCE Advanced Level results.
The new academic year is scheduled to start in November this year and UGC hopes to admit 27,000 students.

Students can also obtain Z-Score via Dial 1919 Hot Line.

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Minister of University Education Lakshman Kiriella says Sri Lanka government hopes to release 2015 A/L Z-score cut off marks for university entrance during August month.

In response to a question raised by JVP MP Bimal Ratnayake in Parliament today, Minister Lakshman Kiriella said several rounds of discussions have taken place in this regard and hope to release as soon as possible.
During the parliamentary session, MP Ratnayake said the Ministry of Education should consider releasing the 2015 GCE Advance Level Examination Z-score cut-off marks for respective universities and faculties before the commencement of the 2016 A/L exams.
He said it could help students hoping to sit for the examination for the second or third attempt to make an informed decision.
The JVP Parliamentarian noted the early release of 2015 Z-score cut-off marks will reduce the number of duplicate application for universities.