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Sri Lanka University Ragging News. Intelligence unit to report rag

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Sri Lanka University Ragging News. Intelligence unit to report rag
Sri Lanka University Ragging Campus Rag News

Sri Lanka University Grants Commission (UGC) and Education Ministry are considering establishing an intelligence unit to report incidents of ragging and to keep a close watch on instigators of such harassment at universities.

New Minister prepares to take a tough stand against ragging!

The decision came after newly appointed Minister of Education Prof. G.L. Peiris stated that there will be zero tolerance on instigators of ragging.

UGC Chairman senior Prof. Samapath Amaratunga says “Soon after the Minister assumed duties, at the first meeting we convened to discuss the issues in the higher education sphere, a special focus was turned towards the ragging incidents that took place recently. We discussed at length about designing an incident reporting and complaint escalating process that would do justice to the undergraduates who are victimized.”

Prof. Amaratunga added that vice chancellors of all state universities have been briefed about the necessity to come up with a process for each of their universities with the assistance of anti-ragging communities, parents, undergraduates, the Police, and legal counsels.

He elaborated that only 5% of the student population is involved in ragging and that too should be further reduced in the years to come, also noting that in comparison to the situation 30 years ago, the current situation is in much better standards.

Source -The Morning

Sri Lanka Campus Ragging Hotline UGC

Sri Lanka University Grants Commission (UGC) set up an Online complaints mechanism to quickly lodge complaints about University Ragging, Harassment, intimidation, and bullying.

Sri Lanka University Ragging Hotline Complaints
Sri Lanka University Ragging Hotline Complaints to UGC

UGC said that every complaint will be investigated and that victims will be offered support and aid. Any member of the university, students, academics, non-academic staff, or administrative staff, can lodge a complaint by going to the UGC website or calling the UGC.

The UGC said all complaints once lodged would be investigated and cannot be withdrawn, while those who made false or malicious complaints would be subjected to disciplinary procedures.

Complain About Ragging Here >>>>

UGC said in a statement said that any member of the University Community could lodge a complaint regarding incidents of ragging, harassment, intimidation and bullying by accessing the link from the UGC web site http://www.ugc.ac.lk/rag/ Rag securely and confidentially.

Sri Lanka Airport BIA reopening dates

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Bandaranaike International Airport BIA Katunayake opening dates Sri Lanka
Bandaranaike International Airport BIA Katunayake opening dates Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Government hopes to reopen the Bandaranaike International Airport in Katunayake by the end of September, Minister of Tourism Prasanna Ranatunga says.

The Minister said the decision will be implemented only after obtaining approval from health authorities.

Tourists will be facilitated to visit Sri Lanka keeping in mind the safety of the citizens, he added.

All airports in Sri Lanka were temporarily closed from March 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

The Government helped repatriate all tourists who were stranded in Sri Lanka as a result, and also launched a special program to repatriate all Sri Lankans who were stranded overseas. Via (Newswire)

Meanwhile Sunday Times report that No concrete decision has been taken yet as to when Sri Lanka will open its points of entry fully and extensive discussions are underway among all stakeholders to work out the pros and cons.

The Health Ministry’s Chief Epidemiologist, Dr. Sudath Samaraweera, said that no specific date has been set to open the Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA), Katunayake, and discussions are on how to go about it, while ensuring the safety of the country against COVID-19.

Even though a possible date for the opening of BIA was set as September 15, many sources that the Sunday Times spoke to reflected the information given by Dr. Samaraweera.

The Sunday Times learns that those involved in the decision of when to open the BIA include the Airport & Aviation Services Ltd. (AASL), the Health Ministry, the Tourism Ministry, the Civil Aviation Authority and the army.

With regard to the numbers affected by COVID-19 within the country, Dr. Samaraweera said that all sub-clusters of the Kanadakadu cluster have waned but a few confirmed cases may still surface from the Senapura sub-cluster. Now those who are detected as positive are returnees who are in quarantine centres.

Referring to the limited operations at the BIA and the Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport (MRIA), he said that until the points of entry are opened fully, everyone who comes into the country undergoes a mandatory quarantine period of 14 days at a centre run by the government or a designated hotel, followed by another 14 days of home-quarantine.

“Transit passengers who disembark for a short while are kept in a separate section at the airport with all safety precautions. Even the staff members who have minimal contact wear full Personal Protective Equipment (PPE),” he said.

Buddhist & Pali University and Bhiksu University under Education Ministry

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Sri Lanka Buddhist Pali University and Bhiksu University under Education Ministry
Sri Lanka Buddhist Pali University and Bhiksu University under Education Ministry

President Gotabaya Rajapaksa has decided to takeover both Buddhist & Pali University and Bhiksu University and keep them both under Education Ministry portfolio. At the request of Maha Sangha, President decided to bring Sri Lanka Buddhist and Pali University and Buddhashravaka Bhiksu University under the purview of the Ministry of Education.

President also paid attention to the possibility of placing these two Universities under the University Grants Commission. President instructed the officials to conduct monitoring their activities in a proper manner under the supervision of the State Minister while safeguarding their identities.

This decision was taken by the President during the 05th meeting of the Buddhist Advisory Council held at the Presidential Secretariat August 21.

President said he will present the steps taken by the Government and their progress pertaining to the proposals and advice given by Maha Sangha at 04 previous meetings at the next session.

Also President has instructed officials to consider to acquire both under University Grant Commission UGC supervision.

Sri Lanka President Gotabaya Rajapaksa took these decisions while having a meeting with chief monks. President decided to put both Buddhist and Pali University and Bhiksu University under Education Ministry.

Government decided to take over Buddhist & Pali University and Bhiksu University under Education Ministry portfolio.

Buddhist Pali University and Bhiksu University under Education Ministry Sri Lanka
Buddhist Pali University and Bhiksu University under Education Ministry Sri Lanka

Bhiksu University of Sri Lanka is situated in a location which surrounds Sri Maha Bodhi Tree, Swarnamali Stupa in Eight Sacred Places (Atamastana) and ancient Mihintale that was established with the Buddhist culture by Ven. Arahant Maha Mahinda Thero who introduced Buddhism to Sri Lanka.

Having started by the name Buddhasravaka Dharma Peethaya in the year 1969, this great educational institution was renamed as Buddhasravaka Bhiksu University in the year 1996 and Bhiksu University of Sri Lanka in the year 2012 but the objective of the first University Act remains unchanged. The administrative structure of the University consists of the Supreme Council, the Council and the Senate and the Faculty Boards for administering academic matters.

The Buddhist and Pali University of Sri Lanka, established in terms of the Act of Parliament No.74 of 1981 of the Democratic Socialistic Republic of Sri Lanka was ceremonially opened on the 22nd day of April 1982.

Development of Pali and Buddhist Studies in Sri Lanka and foreign countries – 1995
The objectives of this university were the propagation of Buddhism, the development of Pali and Buddhist Studies in Sri Lanka and foreign countries and the provision of facilities for research in the relevant fields. The above-mentioned Act has been revised by the Buddhist and Pali University of Sri Lanka (Amendment) Act No. 37 of 1995. With the activation of the amendments, the affiliated institutions became defunct.

New school syllabus to be implemented in 2021 for Sri Lanka Education

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Sri Lanka to introduce New school syllabus and to be implemented in 2021
New syllabus to be implemented in 2021 for school in Sri Lanka Ministry of Education

Sri Lanka Education Ministry considering to introduce a new school syllabus on par with international standards, suitable for the country. The new syllabus will be introduced to schools, next year 2021.

New school curriculum with international standards will suit the country’s job market and culture. Secretary to the Ministry, Professor Kapila Perera said students should be moulded according to job demands in the country by developing their creative skills along with ethics. New syllabus will be introduced from Grade-1 to 13 after obtaining public views at grassroots level.

The official said it would target the economic pattern of the country and job market to elevate skills by creating a creative mind imbued with humanity. He also said the mental stability of students is currently dismal, where studies and examinations have transformed children into robots. “Nowadays, students only know and want jobs in air conditioned offices with good facilities. No one wants to come up with new ideas. Everyone is reaching for top positions by parroting the syllabus,” he claimed, adding that therefore the new syllabus will not be a burden to children but a support future careers.

Meanwhile, views and suggestions of academics, professionals and those actively engaged in technical careers will be obtained in this regard. The syllabus is expected to be introduced towards the end of 2021.

“The program will be implemented based on the instructions of Subject Minister – Prof. G.L. Peiris,” Education Ministry Secretary, Prof. Kapila Perera said. Accordingly, the school syllabus from Grade 1 to Grade 13 will be revised.

The new syllabus will be prepared to suit Sri Lanka’s economic pattern, job market, and many other areas, the Secretary of Education noted, adding “Views and suggestions of professionals in the education sector, students, businessmen, and those from various grades in the technical field will be taken into account in this regard”.

Further, plans are also underway to alleviate the stress experienced by children due to the shortcomings of the current education system, Prof. Kapila Perera further said. The new syllabus will be introduced to schools, next year 2021.

Current school syllabus to be revised; New syllabus to be implemented in 2021: Ministry of Education

Professor K.K.C.K Perera who has been appointed as the new Secretary to the Ministry of Education assumed his duties.

Professor K.K.C.K Perera had been serving as the Vice Chancellor of the University of Moratuwa and he has also served as the Dean of the Engineering Faculty of the same university. During that period he has initiated several activities including the policy formulation and administration of the university, management of learning, rating the universities, standardizing the departments and also planning and implementation of staff development activities.

He has also worked as a lecturer on various subjects including energy technology and environment and the principles of thermo dynamics for undergraduate courses, graduate courses and post graduate courses. He obtained his first degree from the Moratuwa University in 1986 and has obtained PHD from the University of California. In addition to this Mr. Perera has been an active member of several institutions including Sri Lanka Energy Manager’s Association, Engineering Institution and Automobile Engineering Institutio

10,000 government jobs for graduates. Rejected grads. can now apply via DS office

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Sri Lanka to recruit 10000 unemployed university graduates for state sector jobs
Sri Lanka to recruit 10000 unemployed university graduates for state sector jobs

Graduates whose names were rejected in government program to provide jobs can appeal to nearest Divisional Secretariats (DS Office) before September 15. The cabinet August 19 gave approval to grant employment for another 10,000 graduates. The government has already decided to give jobs for 50,000 graduates. Recently government recruited 50,000 graduates. President meets with unemployed graduates opposite the Presidential Secretariat and says the Cabinet of Ministers approved to recruit an additional 10,000 graduates.

Cabinet approval was granted August 19 to provide employment to 10,000 more graduates under the programme formulated by President Gotabaya Rajapaksa to employ unemployed graduates.

The programme to provide employment to unemployed graduates that was suspended due to the General Glection re-commenced. Under this programme 50,000 unemployed graduates received jobs. With the decision of the Cabinet another 10,000 will be joining them.

A group of unemployed graduates who did not receive appointments staged a protest near the Presidential Secretariat today. The President, who is on his way after the Cabinet meeting, parked his vehicle near the protesters and told them that all the graduates would be given jobs.

“Go home now. Today we decided to give jobs to another 10,000 more,’’ the President told them.

Selected full list of 50,000 graduates eligible for employment published HERE – FULL NAME LIST RELEASED. Sri Lanka Government to release the selected list of unemployed graduates who gets jobs under 50,000 employment for unemployed university graduates program. Government requests them to report to work from September 2.
Sri Lanka President Gotabaya Rajapaksa decides to re-commence, without delay, the programme to provide employment opportunities to 150,000 persons that was halted due to the General Election.

The programme to provide employment to 100,000 poorest of the poor will be implemented by the Task Force established solely for this purpose from 02nd, September.

The number of unemployed university graduates to be recruited is 50,000. For the remaining 100,000 jobs, candidates will be selected from families of the lowest strata of income earners in the society.

The programme to employ 50,000 graduates and 100,000 low-income earners was formulated within weeks after President Rajapaksa assuming office in November 2019.

Shortlisting suitable candidates from applications received from graduates commenced in the first week of February. A Multi-Purpose Development Task Force was established to recruit 100,000 low-income earners. The objective of the programme is to transform Sri Lanka into a country free from poverty as per the “Saubhagyaye Dekma” policy statement of the President.

Chairman of the Election Commission directed to suspend the program to offer jobs for 150,000 unemployed persons following the announcement of the General Election 2020. Accordingly, the programme was suspended. Immediately after the conclusion of the General election on the 5th of August, President Rajapaksa took measures to establish the executive of the Government adhering to the provisions given in the Chapter VIII of the Constitution.

The Prime Minister of the new government took oaths on Sunday, the 9th of August. The Secretary to the Prime Minister was appointed on the following day. A week after the election on August 12, both Cabinet ministers and state ministers were sworn in. Secretaries to the Ministries were appointed on the following day (August 13). The inaugural parliamentary session will ceremonially commence on the next Thursday (20). Following the formal establishment of the administration, the President has decided to implement the programme of providing 150,000 employment opportunities without any delay.

Selected full list of university graduates eligible for employment will be released to the official website of the Ministry of Public Services, Provincial Councils and Local Government on August 17. The Website is www.pubad.gov.lk. Download the name list.

HERE – FULL NAME LIST RELEASED.

Colombo International Book Fair on September 18 -27 at BMICH

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Sri Lanka Readers Book Lovers - Colombo International Book Fair on September 18 at BMICH
Colombo International Book Fair 2020 September 18 to 27 at BMICH Colombo Sri Lanka Poth Pradarshanaya

It is September Month, The Literary Month ! This is a good news for book lovers. Colombo International Book Fair CIBF 2020 begins at the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall (BMICH) from the September 18th Friday to the 27th Sunday. CIBF is considered as the Sri Lanka’s largest book Exhibition. There will be strict safety measures due to ongoing Coronavirus outbreak.

How to Register Online For Book Fair?

Use below link and fill the form

https://cibf2020.com/visitor-registration

We are kindly advising our visitors to use online registrations before the visit of CIBF2020.
Online registration will reduce the rushing of the waiting people at the entrance gate. That will help to do the Covid-19 Declaration. here to self-registration

When and what time Colombo Book Fair begin?

Here is a great chance for Pre-schools, school students, university students and higher education students to buy Books, Magazines and Stationery at special discounts. The Colombo international Book fair 2020 will be held from September 18 to 27th at 9.00 am to 9.00 pm.

Colombo International Book Fair 2020 – Largest Books Exhibition in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Book Publishers Association is organizing the fair for the 22nd year. Book Publishers Association says there will be about 400 stalls both local and foreign. Around 150 publishing companies will participate in the fair this year. Entrance is free for schoolchildren, university students, members of the clergy and armed forces personnel (in uniform). Others charge a fee of Rs.20.

CIBF is the largest book exhibition in Sri Lanka and event held annually drawing crowds from all parts of the island.

Special Discounts
The Book Fair will see publishers, importers and retailers of books in English, Sinhala and Tamil as well as stationery, offering their products at various discounts. Pre-schools, Schools and universities can get special discounts. Also discounts ranging from 5% to 70% grants at the event and lot of Bargain Books available at the exhibition. The fair starts at 9.00 am and end 9.00 pm.

Large Crowd
Last year Book Fair (CIBF) visited by a million customers during the nine days period. Due to coronavirus outbreak, there will be special health and safety regulations.

Therefore large crowd will be visiting day time, Hence if you want select books freely recommended visit at night. Special shuttle bus service has arranged from Bambalapitiya to Borella. Because of the possible traffic, Police to launch special Traffic plan. In addition Police provides special parking plan near BMICH till September 27.

#CIBF #CIBF2020 will be this year hashtag for social media.

Unemployed graduates selected list for government jobs released August 17

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Unemployed graduates selected list 2020 for government jobs
Employment for 50000 unemployed university graduates and 100000 jobs for low income earners selected full list

Graduates whose names were rejected in government program to provide jobs can appeal to nearest Divisional Secretariats (DS Office) before September 15. Selected full list of graduates eligible for employment published HERE – FULL NAME LIST RELEASED. Sri Lanka Government to release the selected list of unemployed graduates who gets jobs under 50,000 employement for unemployed university graduates program. Government requests them to report to work from September 2.
Sri Lanka President Gotabaya Rajapaksa decides to re-commence, without delay, the programme to provide employment opportunities to 150,000 persons that was halted due to the General Election.

The relevant selected full list of graduates eligible for employment will be published on the official website of the Ministry of Public Services, Provincial Councils and Local Government on August 17. Website – www.pubad.gov.lk HERE – FULL NAME LIST RELEASED.

The respective Ministry will commence sending letters of appointment to those who got selected immediately. Appointed candidates should report to their nearest Divisional Secretariat DS office on September 2.

The programme to provide employment to 100,000 poorest of the poor will be implemented by the Task Force established solely for this purpose from 02nd, September.

The number of unemployed university graduates to be recruited is 50,000. For the remaining 100,000 jobs, candidates will be selected from families of the lowest strata of income earners in the society.

The programme to employ 50,000 graduates and 100,000 low-income earners was formulated within weeks after President Rajapaksa assuming office in November 2019.

Shortlisting suitable candidates from applications received from graduates commenced in the first week of February. A Multi-Purpose Development Task Force was established to recruit 100,000 low-income earners. The objective of the programme is to transform Sri Lanka into a country free from poverty as per the “Saubhagyaye Dekma” policy statement of the President.

Chairman of the Election Commission directed to suspend the program to offer jobs for 150,000 unemployed persons following the announcement of the General Election 2020. Accordingly, the programme was suspended. Immediately after the conclusion of the General election on the 5th of August, President Rajapaksa took measures to establish the executive of the Government adhering to the provisions given in the Chapter VIII of the Constitution.

The Prime Minister of the new government took oaths on Sunday, the 9th of August. The Secretary to the Prime Minister was appointed on the following day. A week after the election on August 12, both Cabinet ministers and state ministers were sworn in. Secretaries to the Ministries were appointed on the following day (August 13). The inaugural parliamentary session will ceremonially commence on the next Thursday (20). Following the formal establishment of the administration, the President has decided to implement the programme of providing 150,000 employment opportunities without any delay.

Selected full list of university graduates eligible for employment will be released to the official website of the Ministry of Public Services, Provincial Councils and Local Government on August 17. The Website is www.pubad.gov.lk. Download the name list.

HERE – FULL NAME LIST RELEASED.

All Universities to reopen from August 17

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Sri Lanka to reopen universities
Sri Lanka Universities Open Campus to Re Open June July months Dates

Sri Lanka University Grant Commission UGC decided to reopen the universities. UGC to reopen the universities from August 17 Monday for all years. First, Second and Third year students’ exams dates will be announced later. Examinations of 4th-year students of all universities already started. Earlier UGC decided to reopen the universities following two months long coronavirus vacation from June 15. Under the re-opening process, Medical Faculties of all state universities for final year students reopened from June 15.

“The UGC Chairman Prof Sampath Amaratunga says that lectures conducted online due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic have shown remarkable progress. All universities under National University System will commence their academic activities on August 17,” he said.

Addressing a press conference in Colombo Prof Amaratunga said the examinations of the third year students of medical faculties continued uninterrupted from July 15.

He added that all universities should comply with guidelines issued by the heatlh authorities to prevent the spread of Covid – 19.

Commenting on the hostel facilities at universities, the UGC Chairman said that only one student was allowed to occupy a hostel room due to concerns regarding the spread of the virus. “Accommodation facilities will be provided at universities as usual with the resumption of academic activities,” he said.

Sri Lanka Campus News

Universities opening dates

  • Final year examinations of all medical faculties started from June 15.
  • Examinations of 4th-year students of all universities commenced from the June 22.
  • Faculties of Arts, Science, Law and Education at the University of Colombo reopened for exams on June 29.
  • Faculty of Agriculture at the University of Peradeniya reopened on June 28.
  • Exams of the University of Sri Jayewardenepura continued from August 04.

First, Second and Third year students’ exams dates will be announced later.

All universities are expected to conclude the final year exams by August 15, the UGC chairman said.

Decision was taken by UGC after consult with health officials. Currently Sri Lanka is continuously taking measures against the coronavirus. The Government has made arrangements to provide the maximum possible facilities for students to distantly continue their education.

On March, Sri Lanka’s University Grants Commission ordered all universities to close after the country announced its first COVID-19 case.

Ministry of Higher Education has been informed to review the present situation and with the agreement of the University administrations and University Grant Commission UGC decide the date to open the universities for students.

Sri Lanka’s University Grants Commission has acknowledged that new admissions to universities could also be delayed due to the closures and public sector shutdowns as the government declared special holidays and curfew.

This is the fourth occasion that all universities have been closed in Sri Lanka. In 2019, all universities and schools closed after the deadly blasts in churches and hotels that killed hundreds of people on Easter Sunday. The closure lasted a month.

In August 2012, the government closed all universities after a two-month lecturer strike, while in November 2013, universities closed for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.

Professor Sampath Amaratunga added that in collaboration with the Ministry of Health a circular on healthcare measures to be taken to prevent coronavirus infection in universities will be issued soon in near future.

Colombo International Book Fair 2020 begins September 18-27 at BMICH

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Colombo International Book Fair 2020 September 18 to 27 at BMICH Colombo Sri Lanka
Colombo International Book Fair 2020 September 18 to 27 at BMICH Colombo Sri Lanka

Much anticipated event – 2020 Colombo International Book Fair begins on September 18-27 at Colombo BMICH Sri Lanka with COVID19 safety measures.

Finally, a good news for book lovers. Colombo International Book Fair CIBF 2020 begins at the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall (BMICH) from the September 18th Friday to the 27th Sunday. CIBF is the Sri Lanka’s largest book Exhibition. There will be strict safety measures due to ongoing Coronavirus outbreak.

How to Register Online For Book Fair?

Use below link and fill the form

https://cibf2020.com/visitor-registration

We are kindly advising our visitors to use online registrations before the visit of CIBF2020.
Online registration will reduce the rushing of the waiting people at the entrance gate. That will help to do the Covid-19 Declaration. here to self-registration

When and what time Colombo Book Fair begin?

Here is a great chance for Pre-schools, school students, university students and higher education students to buy Books, Magazines and Stationery at special discounts. The Colombo international Book fair 2020 will be held from September 18 to 27th at 9.00 am to 9.00 pm.

Colombo International Book Fair 2020 – Largest Books Exhibition in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Book Publishers Association is organizing the fair for the 22nd year. Book Publishers Association says there will be about 400 stalls both local and foreign. Around 150 publishing companies will participate in the fair this year. Entrance is free for schoolchildren, university students, members of the clergy and armed forces personnel (in uniform). Others charge a fee of Rs.20.

CIBF is the largest book exhibition in Sri Lanka and event held annually drawing crowds from all parts of the island.

Special Discounts
The Book Fair will see publishers, importers and retailers of books in English, Sinhala and Tamil as well as stationery, offering their products at various discounts. Pre-schools, Schools and universities can get special discounts. Also discounts ranging from 5% to 70% grants at the event and lot of Bargain Books available at the exhibition. The fair starts at 9.00 am and end 9.00 pm.

Large Crowd
Last year Book Fair (CIBF) visited by a million customers during the nine days period. Due to coronavirus outbreak, there will be special health and safety regulations.

Therefore large crowd will be visiting day time, Hence if you want select books freely recommended visit at night. Special shuttle bus service has arranged from Bambalapitiya to Borella. Because of the possible traffic, Police to launch special Traffic plan. In addition Police provides special parking plan near BMICH till September 27.

#CIBF #CIBF2020 will be this year hashtag for social media.

Download A/L Exam timetable. now released to www.doenets.lk Website

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A/L Exam timetable released to www.doenets.lk Website
A/L Exam timetable released to www.doenets.lk Website

Much awaited 2020 A/L Exam timetable has been released to examination department official website www.doenets.lk. 2020 A/L Exam will be held from October 12 to November 6.

All tuition classes and seminars related to 2020 A/L exam prohibited from midnight on October 06.

Download New syllabus Time Table Here
GCE 2020 A/L Exam timetable has been released to Examination Department website. 2020 A/L Exam will be held from October 12 to November 6.

GCE 2020 A/L Exam timetable has been released to Examination Department website. 2020 A/L Exam will be held from October 12 to November 6.
Download Old syllabus Time Table via Here

Normally, A/L exam is scheduled on August month, but exam was postponed due to Coronavirus outbreak. Earlier officials said 2020 A/L Exam will be held from September 7 to October 2. But students have requested to postpone it by three weeks. Now Ministry is having discussions with students, principals and teachers about this matter. Also ministry is decided to conduct online survey to obtain the opinion whether exam should held on September 7 or delay. Final decision on the date of the A/L Exam decided. Exam postponed again. 2020 A/L Exam will be held from October 12 to November 6. Relevant time table now released.

2020 A/L Exam is postponed. A/L exam will be held from October 12 to November 6. The relevant time table has published and timetable released to examination department official website. Download the A/L exam time table ONLY from examination department official website. www.doenets.lk

When is A/L Exam begins?

Normally, A/L exam is scheduled on August month, but exam was postponed due to Coronavirus outbreak. Earlier officials said 2020 A/L Exam will be held from September 7 to October 2. But students have requested to postpone it by three weeks. Now Ministry is having discussions with students, principals and teachers about this matter. Also ministry is decided to conduct online survey to obtain the opinion whether exam should held on September 7 or delay. Final decision on the date of the A/L Exam decided. Exam postponed again. 2020 A/L Exam will be held from October 12 to November 6. Relevant time table now released.

2020 A/L Exam is postponed. A/L exam will be held from October 12 to November 6. The relevant time table has published and timetable released to examination department official website. Download the A/L exam time table ONLY from examination department official website. www.doenets.lk

A Fake / false Advanced Level A/L Time Table is circulating on social media and the examinations department is to take action against the spread of fake Time Table.

“There is no truth to the document claimed to be this year’s GCE Advanced Level Examination time table, that is circulating on social media,” said Sanath B. Pujitha – Commissioner of Examinations.

Sri Lanka Examinations Commissioner requested the general public including students to act responsibly and only trust the official announcements issued by the Education Ministry and the Examination Department. Examination Department says that 364,761 students will sit for the examination this year which has been scheduled for August. Relevant timetable now released to official website of Examination Department.

Download New syllabus Time Table Here
GCE 2020 A/L Exam timetable has been released to Examination Department website. 2020 A/L Exam will be held from October 12 to November 6.

GCE 2020 A/L Exam timetable has been released to Examination Department website. 2020 A/L Exam will be held from October 12 to November 6.
Download Old syllabus Time Table via Here

When is the 2020 A/L Examination ?

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