Wednesday, December 23, 2015

GCE A/L Exam Results Released Janaury 2nd week via

2015 GCE A/L Exam Results Release December 31
Updated - 
Most anticipated 2016 G.C.E Advanced Level (2016 GCE A/L Exam - උසස් පෙළ ප්‍රතිඵල Aposa Usaspela Prathipala) Results  will release January second week , Before January 14th 2017 via or according media reports based on Examination Department sources. 

This Delay is due to Technical Stream practicals & work load due to O/L Examination. 

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Candidates can check their results online from the department’s Official website or

2015 A/L Exam held from August 4 to 29.Sri Lankan Commissioner General of Examinations said that 309,069 applicants sat for the examination this year, which held at 2180 centers.

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"Lanka University News" has extracted last 8 years A/L Exam results released dates.


Results Released Date

3 January 2015**

27 December 2014
20 December 2013
30 January 2013
25 December 2011
07 December 2010
26 November 2009

02 January 2009

**forecast data

University Entrance process will be as follows. 

1.     First re-scrutinized A/Level results 2015 should be released. 
2.     Then University Hand Book will be issued. 
3.     After issuing the Hand Book students should be fill it and send to UGC.
4.     Based on students’ desired course students have to apply for Aptitude Tests after publishing on national newspapers. 
5.     After that students have to sit for Aptitude Tests depend on their selected courses. Then aptitude test results will released by relevant universities.
6.     Z score cut off marks will be released with selected degree course.
7.     Finally University Registration!

Higher education Ministry sources says that the students who are qualified for the 2016 University Academic year based on 2015 A/L results will be admitted before the end of 2016.
Contact UGC for more information 011-2695301,011-2695302, 011-2692357 or 011-2678731 

Here we, "Lanka University News" has forecast Re scrutiny, University Handbook issuing, Z score Cut off marks and Leadership Training Dates. Lanka University News will update details as soon as we get the exact information.

University entrance application handbook
Re-scrutinized A/Level Results Released
2011 A/L
Jun 27, 2012
2012 A/L
JUNE 30, 2013
2013 A/L
April 23, 2014
2014 A/L
May 8th, 2015
2015 A/L
May 2016*
*forecast data

Re Correction / Re-scrutinized A/Level Results 
Re-scrutinized A/Level Results Released
2011 A/L
Jun 27, 2012
2012 A/L
Jun 19, 2013 
2013 A/L
April 26, 2014      
2014 A/L
May 21, 2015
2015 A/L
Jun 2016*
*forecast data

Z Score Cut off Marks
Cut Off Marks Released
2010 A/L
May 27, 2011
2011 A/L
December 28, 2012
2012 A/L
November 9, 2013
2013 A/L
September 6, 2014
2014 A/L
October 6, 2015
2015 A/L
November 2016
*forecast data

"Lanka University News" has extracted last 8 years A/L Exam results released dates and forecast it will release on November / December.


Results Released Date

November / December 2015**

27 December 2014
20 December 2013
30 January 2013
25 December 2011
07 December 2010
26 November 2009

02 January 2009

**forecast data

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Tuesday, December 8, 2015

2016 GCE O/L Exam December 6-17. Time Table download. Good Luck

GCE O/L Exam December 6 Time Table DownloadSri Lanka ,2016 GCE (Ordinary Level -  අ.පො.ස. සාමාන්‍ය පෙළ   විභාගය Samanya Pela) examination O/L Exam to be held from December 6 to 17.

Candidates for GCE O/L exams beginning December 6 requested to be in their halls before 8.30am despite inclement weather, the Exams Commissioner says.

The GCE Ordinary Level Examination will commence December 6 at 5669 examination centers islandwide. The Commissioner General of Examinations says most number of students in history is expected to sit for the exam this time. Nearly 700,000 students are sitting for the exam. This shows a 30,000 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 2016!!! 

2016 O/L New Time Table Download Here >>>>

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 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. hopes the results of the GCE Ordinary Level Examination 2016 will be released on April or May  Month 2017.

2016 O/L New Time Table Download Here >>>>

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 November 29.

Commissioner General of Examinations  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. 

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

Register for School Examinations (GCE Ordinary Level (O/L) and Advanced Level (A/L)) as Private Candidates -

Application form Download Details here >>>

Private Candidate Application form Download Details here >>>

Full Details Here >>>>>

Monday, November 23, 2015

University Students Protest March Kandy to Colombo

University Students Protest March Kandy to Colombo "Anthare" Inter University Students Federation (IUSF) has launched a Huge Protest march Kandy to Colombo.
IUSF has started their protest march this morning and now reaching to Pilimatalawa town.

Sri Lankan Inter University Students Federation (IUSF) has planned to hold huge five day protest march from Kandy to Colombo for pressurize the government to stop the education privatization including Malabe SAITM.

The five day March parade started Today (23 November) from Peradeniya University Kandy and will reach the Colombo on 27 November.

The March parade will pass Mawanella,Ambepussa,Nittambuwa and Kelaniya towns along the A1 Road. There will be a heavy traffic along the main road.

2012 year IUSF has organized similar march.

Friday, November 20, 2015

Malabe Mahapola University Sri Lanka - New Campus !!!!

Malabe Mahapola University Sri Lanka - New Campus !!!!Sri Lanka Government is considering to set-up a new university. 
The proposed University will be named as Malabe Mahapola University. Government has allocated Rs 3 billion Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayak said while presenting the Budget 2016.

2017 Sri Lanka Budget Proposals Speech via Live Blogging

2016 Sri Lanka Budget Proposals Speech via Live Blogging
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Sri Lanka's Finance Minister Ravi Karunanayake will present the second reading of the Appropriation Bill for year 2017 (Budget Speech) in parliament Today (November 10) afternoon at 2:00 p.m.

"Lanka University News" ready to bring Live Web Blogging session for the 2016 Budget Speech from 2pm.

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ජාතික අයවැය - 2017

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03:28 PM

Rs 100 million allocation to National Science Foundation for CKD research
03:27 PM
Rs 200 million to upgrade nurses training schools
03:26 PM
Rs 750 million allocation in 2017 to tackle chronic kidney disease

03:24 PM
Vocational training centre to encourage courses in lapidary, gemology, etc

Rs 300 million to be allocated for scholarships to students engaged in state run vocational training centres
03:22 PM

Student loan scheme of Rs 800,000 per student for higher education in the private sector
03:21 PM
Private sector higher education institutions with quality education would be encouraged with the necessary laws in place.

5 year multiple entry visas for international students to be provided with the aim of creating an education hub and also provide education tourism
03:17 PM

University seminars to be extended to 8 pm daily
03:15 PM
10 storey building at Ruhunu Medical faculty to double intake to 300 students

Scholarships for deserving studentds to Harvard/MIT universites in the US and NUS-Singapore
03:13 PM
Rs.200,000 insurance cover for all school children
03:12 PM
Savings accounts to be opened for school children as CSR projects by banks

University admissions to be increased to 50,000 (from a current 20,000) annually
03:10 PM
Differently abled children to be given improved facilities

Agrahara insurance scheme to be extended to teachers
03:09 PM

Rs. 250 million to upgrade plantation schools

Tabs and laptops to be provided at a cost of Rs 5,000 million for high school students
03:07 PM
New subjects: Fashion designing, hospitality and logistics to be included in the school curriculum
03:06 PM
Rs 2,100 million for school labs and other facilities
03:05 PM
Additional financial resources of Rs 18,740 million for education

Smart classrooms to be created at a cost of Rs 600 million
03:03 PM
Rs. 21,000 million allocated for infrastructure development for classroom development
03:02 PM
Education - 13 year education period inclusive of high school education is mandatory
03:00 PM
Lahugala, Panama to get drinking water projects thro' foreign aid at Rs 20 million
02:58 PM
50 agro-metereological centres to be set up
02:57 PM
Growing of pepper and other related crops to be encourage on coconut and rubber lands
02:56 PM
Horticulture - 2000 nurseries to given grants
02:55 PM
Whole chicken - current Rs 420 per kg price to continue
02:53 PM

Galle, Hambantota and Jaffna fisheries sectors to be improved
02:52 PM
Local milk production to be increased through state investment of Rs 200 million

15,000 cows to be imported
02:50 PM
100 %  capital allowance on sugar investments
Automated commodity exchange for tea, rubber and coconut

The Appropriation Bill outlining allocations to be made for each ministry for year 2017 was tabled in House for its First Reading on 20 October.
The government has estimated an allocation of Rs. 1.82 trillion (US$ 12.4 billion) for expenditure for next year, which is lower than the 2016 allocation of Rs. 1.95 trillion.
Minister Karunanayake said a development oriented budget with long term action plan to fulfill aspirations of all citizens will be presented to parliament. The theme of the budget this time is "Towards rapid development with benefits to all".
According to the Minister the next year's Budget 2017 has focused on strengthening the national economy of the country.
He said that priority has been given to the people's proposals in preparing Budget 2017 and, the needs and views of the people were taken into consideration in order to make them representatives in Budget 2017.
Among the wide range of groups whose views are included in the budget are farmers, fishermen, laborers, small, medium and big time entrepreneurs, self-employees, industrialists, investors, trade union representatives, civil organizations, political parties, professionals, university teachers, professors and religious leaders.
In addition, the Finance Ministry had received nearly 2500 proposals from the ordinary people living in different parts of the island to be considered for Budget 2017.
The Minister further said that close attention has been drawn to the proposals with a view to solve youth unemployment, new plans to reduce cost of living, plans to promote several sectors including investment, education, health and agriculture.
"The budget proposals this time is expected to take tangible initiative to end poverty in the country. It will also be the stepping stone for a Grand National operation to save the future generation from the prevailing colossal debt trap through its long term development agenda," he said.

Sri Lanka Budget 2016 (Budget Speech) will take place today (November 20) 2pm at the Parliament. 

Minister of Finance Ravi Karunanayake will present the Budget Speech.

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ජාතික අයවැය - 2016

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06:14 PM
- PAYE tax limit to be changed to Rs 2.4 million per annum from Rs. 750,000. PAYE will be reduced to 15% from 16 %. 
06:12 PM
- Two tax slabs - 15% and 30 % - to be introduced for different sectors while 35 per cent will be levied on casinos and 15% for other sectors 
06:11 PM
-  Current total of 35 taxes to be reduced by abolishing several taxes.
06:03 PM
- Kerosene oil reduced by Rs 10
06:03 PM
- Gas prices reduced by Rs 150
06:01 PM
-  Milk powder for children reduced by Rs 100
05:58 PM
-  Minister skips pages once again
05:53 PM
- Minister says some pages not printed and seeks permission to print them (later)
05:51 PM
- New contributory pension scheme for people joining government service from January 2016.
05:50 PM
-  EPF and ETF to be merged after consultation agreement with trade unions
05:43 PM
- Private sector to get involved in Mattala airport operations
05:42 PM
-  Central Procurement Office to be set up
05:41 PM
- Loss-making SriLankan Airlines to be transformed to a profitable regional carrier. The government carried the burden of 72 per cent of the losses to the detriment of the taxpayer.
05:39 PM
- Open skies policy to be created enabling international airlines to fly freely to Sri Lanka. Three new domestic airports to be opened.
05:37 PM
-  Government stakes in state owned companies - Hotel Developers, Lanka Hospitals, Mobitel, etc - to be divested (sold). Receipts to be used to pay off their debts.
05:34 PM
- State enterprises to be made independent units, Will be brought under one government owned company
05:33 PM
- Ports and airports won't privatised but transformed to independent institutions
05:31 PM
- Rs 100 million for Police Academy
05:30 PM
- Police stations to be increased to 600 from 428
05:28 PM
- Minister skips pages saying they would be tabled
05:26 PM
-  Kidney Dialysis centre to be established
05:24 PM
- Import tax on books, journals and magazines removed
05:24 PM
-  New private universities for foreign students to be encouraged with tax concessions. 30 per cent will be reserved for local students
05:20 PM
- Loans for students to buy laptops with Rs 300 million allocated.
05:20 PM
- New Mahapola University to be set up at Malabe at a cost of Rs 3 billion.