Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Grade 5 Scholarship Cut Off Marks for Popular Schools


Sri Lanka Education Ministry will release the Grade Five Scholarship cut off marks for popular schools soon. Last year it was released December 9, According to sources it will be slightly delayed this year. 5 ශ්‍රේණිය / 5 වසර ශිෂ්‍යත්ව විභාගය සමත් සිසුන් සදහා ජනප්‍රිය පාසල් ලබාදීමේ කඩඉම් ලකුණු December.

Grade 5 Scholarship Cut off Marks for Popular Schools list will be released to Education Ministry Website.

2017 News - Here

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.

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

Scholarship Exam cut-off marks released

Courtesy : Adaderana


  1. how we exactly knows about cut off marks for schools.if my marks, 180 can i be selected for royal or ananda.or i must keep hopes only for the marks schools

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  2. Matara Rahula college has been removed from popular schools list??????

  3. my son is having only 170. according to the list which request us there is no school for him.. can we do appeal?.. how can he go to another school? can he apply now some other school according to the new list?
    pls reply

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    1. Where is Richmond College........?????????

  5. baranage.my son got 182 marks.we hope to get maliyadewa boys .we totaly disappointwe do have any opportunity

    1. Some times there are applitude tests in our school.. just call the office and ask

  6. my son got 170 and he likes to go Pannipitiya Dharmapala.. but according to the cut off marks he wants 174. is there a aptitude test in Pannipitiya dharmapala?

  7. Pl let us know how many students were selected in each school.,,,,

  8. Where is Kings wood College Kandy . What wrong ?

  9. Hemantha Dharmathilake,
    We believe that most popular schools in top of the list, they have reduced the number of students going to recruit this year . this is very unfair to the students who kept the hopes . We believe, there were lot of interim admission in recent past through some political influences. this is actually a disgrace to the free education.

  10. rahula college, matara????

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  12. please help me to make a toy airplane.I a'm 11 years old boy.

  13. Where is Richmond College Galle . What wrong ?

  14. plz let Me know about school cut off marks of 2014, as soon as possible.


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