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A/L results to be released tomorrow

The results of 2017 G.C.E. A/L Examination will be released to the internet tomorrow morning (28), the Department of Examinations announced. Candidates can check their results online from the department’s website www.doenets.lk G.C.E. Advanced Level examination was held from August 8 to September 2, this year with 315,227 applicants at …

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Strict action against candidates violating exam regulations

Minister of Education Akila Viraj Kariyawasam has instructed the Commissioner General of Examinations and the Police to take stern action against examination candidates who violate the rules and regulations of the examinations. The law will be enforced not only under examination regulations but also through an investigation carried out by …

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No decision to remove history subject from school curriculum

Sri Lanka National Institute of Education says no decision has been made to remove the subject of history from the school curriculum and the media reports that claimed the Education Ministry has paid attention such a move are completely false. Issuing a statement the Director General of National Institute of …

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Distribution of uniform vouchers: Action against errant principals

Education Minister Akila Viraj Kariyawasam yesterday directed the officials to take stern disciplinary action against school principals who were having commercial motives in the process of distributing school uniform vouchers, without offering them to the students. Education Ministry Media Secretary Kalpa Gunaratne said that Minister Kariyawasam had directed that action …

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PM to tackle CoL with ‘relief pack’

At a meeting presided by Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe early this week, it was decided to introduce ‘subsidy shops’ with the participation of the private sector to provide relief to the consumers during the festive season and make available a pack of eight commodities including rice, dhal, sugar, sprats, onions …

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Minimum qualification for medical education to be increased

he minimum qualifications for medical education would be increased, the government announced yesterday.   Co-Cabinet Spokesman and Health Minister Rajitha Senaratne told the post Cabinet press briefing at the Information Department, that the current minimum qualification of three passes to enter university would be amended to two credits and one …

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Today O/L exam to begins

It is said that 688,573 school and private candidates will sit for GCE O/L exam today. Examinations Department requests candidates to be at exam centers early, our news sources said,

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