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Sri Lanka Universities reopen for Medical Faculty final year students from June 15

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Sri Lanka to open universities
Sri Lanka to open universities first Medical Faculties

Sri Lanka University Grants Commission (UGC) decided to reopen the universities following two months long coronavirus vacation. Under the re-opening process, Medical Faculties of all state universities for final year students will be reopen from June 15. Sri Lanka Universities reopen for Medical Faculty final year students from June 15.

UGC Chairman Professor Sampath Amaratunga says that the decision was taken to conduct examinations for final year medical students.

Prof. Amaratunga further says that permission was granted to recommence universities with strict health guidelines following a discussion between the UGC and the Director General of Health Services.

Final year medical students are to be provided hostel facilities, with arrangements to be provided as one student per room, while they are to undergo a quarantine period of two weeks as well, he said.

Professor Sampath Amaratunge said the reopening of other faculties for final year students will be carried out in stages, depending on the success of the medical faculties.

Sri Lanka Government decided reopen universities that have been closed for nearly three months due to the coronavirus pandemic. Universities will be reopened under several stages. Officials decided to reopen universities for final year exams from June 15. First, Second and Third year students’ lectures and exams will be further delayed and reopening dates will be announced later. Examinations of 4th-year students of all universities will commence from the 22nd of June, says the University Grants Commission (UGC).

Universities opening dates

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

First, Second and Third year students’ lectures and exams will be further delayed and reopening dates will be announced later.

Likewise, other faculties will also be reopened for exams after June 22, however, all universities are expected to conclude the exams by August 15, the UGC chairman said.

The final year examinations of all medical faculties will begin from June 15 as scheduled, Mr. Amaratunge said further.

Assigning seats for written exams and the number of students taking part in a practical test will be determined according to the health regulations.

For the time being, one room will be allocated to each student, when providing hostel facilities for those who are sitting for the exams, the UGC chairman said.

He also noted that until further notice, students will not be permitted to remain inside university premises after 7.30pm.

Assembles of any sort within or outside the university premises, entertainment or sports activities will also be prohibited until further notice, he said further.

Professor Sampath Amaratunge said the reopening of other students will be carried out in stages, depending on the success of this.

When Universities Reopening in Sri Lanka?

Officials say that a decision on the reopening of universities under several phases will be taken from June 15.

Universities opened for the non-academic staff. Some members of the non-academic staff have been requested to report for duty over the sterilization process carried out in the university premises.

There is no intention of opening universities under the traditional method, as social distancing may not be maintained, he added.

“Reopening universities for the undergraduates will take time as there is curfew and people would not be allowed to travel between districts. Even with the curfew being in effect, medical and science faculties of several universities are tasked with conducting real-time PCR tests these days. The staff affiliated with these faculties’ research and laboratory facilities are already following strict health and safety guidelines whilst conducting their test work. Therefore, the same level of precaution can be employed throughout the other faculties as well” Prof. Sampath Amaratunge said.

Universities and Campuses were to reopen in three stages starting from 4 May, but that date too has now been postponed. Now UGC decided to reopen the Medical Faculties of all state universities for final year students only, from 15 June 2020. If this medical faculty re-opening is success, officials to reopen other faculties for final year students first.

Reopening of schools discussion with Health officials

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Sri Lanka Education News Latest Updates Schools Universities Campus Breaking News

Sri Lanka Education Minister Dullas Alahapperuma says that children will be brought to the schools only after assuring 100% safety of children. He further said he would discuss with the health authorities on the reopening of schools. Special meeting will be held on May 26th. At the meeting government will decide when schools are re-opening.

Minister of Education says schools will not reopen until the safety of students has been 100 percent ensured

Minister of Education Dullas Alahapperuma has urged for various groups circulating false claims / fake news pertaining to the national programme implemented by the government for the safety of children to refrain from doing so. Speaking at a discussion Minister Alahapperuma said, the government will provide funds to all schools to enhance sanitary facilities.

Parents – Do NOT Panic

The Minister also says that schools will NOT reopen until the safety of students has been 100% ensured. Minister Alahapperuma said parents therefore need not create an unnecessary fear when schools reopen. Education Minister requested politicians and trade union representatives to refrain from spreading fakenews / false rumours based on various aspects.

One of the most common question asked by students and parents these days is “When Reopen schools and universities in Sri Lanka? There have been many discussions and communiques over how the country should return to normalcy amidst the coronavirus pandemic, and the students in the country is now feeling pressurized with the indecisiveness on school and university reopening dates.

When Schools Reopening in Sri Lanka?

Minister of Education Dullas Alahapperuma says that a decision is yet to be made on the date schools will reopen, and it will be based on the recommendations of the Ministry of Health and advice of the health authorities. Special meeting will be held May 26.

Government to supply Sink / Hand Basins, Thermometers, Hospital Bed or Patient Bed to all schools.

Once schools are subjected to a sterilization process, Principals and Teachers will be asked to report to schools first.

As the second phase, the schools will be open students facing the G.C.E. A/L exam and O/L examination. After that other grades and finally primary sections will be opened.

Schools were originally scheduled to reopen on 20 April, which was then postponed to May 11, and was again reconsidered as the number of cases kept increasing at an alarming rate over the past few weeks.

Education Ministry says in a statement that there is NO truth in the news reported by some print media, Social Media and websites that the Ministry of Education is planning to re-open schools for all grades by June 1. 

Meanwhile, the Education Ministry said that selected schools will be disinfected before the commencement of the second term. Schools which were used as quarantine centres will also be disinfected, the ministry noted.

University entrance process starts. Certify application May 27,28 & 29

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Sri Lanka University entrance process starts
Sri Lanka University New Academic Year Registration Application certify via schools

Education Ministry has extended dates of certify university entrance applications from schools. Three extra dates allocated for above purpose. Ministry announced that school applicants, who qualified for 2019/2020 university entrance, would be able to certify their university admission applications from May 27 to 29 via schools. It said every principals, head of schools had been advised in this regard. The certifying of university admission application process had been stopped due to coronavirus pandemic in the country. The application certifications should be done by the Principals and the Vice Principals of schools following the health care procedures recommended by the Health authorities.

The deadline to accept applications for University Registration Admission for the Academic Year 2019/2020 will be June 2.

Universities will be reopened after evaluating the current situation says President’s Media Division. Higher Education Ministry has advised universities officials to discuss with UGC and take a decision over re-opening dates.

The deadline to accept applications for University Admission for the Academic Year 2019/2020 will be extended until two weeks after the re-opening of schools for the 2nd term. New deadline has not yet announced.

Earlier Sri Lanka University Grants Commission UGC has decided to extend university online registration and submitting campus handbook application till April 9. But due to ongoing curfew, students are unable to post their applications. “We are monitoring the situation, if curfew continuous, we will extend the deadline again” UGC Chairman told. Hence he requested students not to panic.

University Admission Handbook for the new 2019/2020 Academic year already released and deadline was earlier on March 26. Later it was extended to April 9th. The new deadline is two weeks after re-opening schools. As the coronavirus is spreading Sri Lanka, UGC and Higher Education Ministry has decided to extend the deadline time to time.

According to the Sri Lanka University Grants Commission UGC sources whole admission and students intake process will be delayed due to coronavirus outbreak. University admission applications are not yet taken. Universities are not yet reopen. Earlier UGC was planning to issue Z Score cut-off marks for the new academic year on June or July months. But with the coronavirus outbreak, curfew and lockdowns Z score Cut-off marks will not be able to release on time. UGC has not yet officially announced the exact date of releasing Z score “Kada Im Lakunu”.

2019 A/L exam based university z score cut-off marks for new academic year 2019/2020 will be delayed.

University Z Score Cut Off Marks to release to www.ugc.ac.lk

A/L Re-Correction Results Re-scrutiny Released now www.doenets.lk

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2019 A/L Exam Re Correction Results Release 2020 June
AL Exam Re Correction Results Release

Update – RELEASED! Much awaited 2019 A/L Re Correction Results (Re scrutiny Results) Released to the internet https://doenets.lk/. A/L Re-Correction Results Released now www.doenets.lkExamination Department Commissioner Sanath Pujitha to “Lanka Education”. “Currently we have completed most of the tasks and there are few more to complete, we are doing the re-calculations, there are 63 subjects for this re-calculations, and we have to complete the Z re-calculations process again” Examination Department Commissioner Sanath Pujitha told to “Lanka Education”. He requests from students not to panic and they will release results as soon as they complete the process.

The Re-Correction Results (Re-scrutiny Results) of G.C.E. Advanced Level A/L Examination 2019 will be released to the internet https://doenets.lk/ before 2020 August 2nd week according to the Commissioner.

The Re-Correction Results (Re-scrutiny Results) of G.C.E. Advanced Level A/L Examination 2019 will be released to the internet soon according to the sources.

Results delay due to prevailing Coronavirus outbreak, curfew and public service shutdown. Earlier it was planned to release 2020 April.

Examination Commissioner has NOT yet confirmed the exact results release date or time so far.
Results DELAY due to coronvirus outbreak in Sri Lanka. Candidates can check their exam results through http://www.doenets.lk/exam/ Sri Lanka Examination Department official websites.

Most anticipated 2019 G.C.E Advanced Level ReCorrection Results (2019 GCE A/L Exam – Aposa Usaspela Newatha Sameekshana Prathipala to release 2020 August according to the sources.

Students can obtain results via official website www.doenets.lk

Candidates can check their results online from the department’s Official website www.doenets.lk or www.results.exams.gov.lk
Use below websites or check via SMS.

Get your Exams Result from Mobile Phone via SMS

Type EXAMS Space Exam Number Send to 7777 from Dialog Mobile

Ex: EXAMS 24300XXX

EXAMS and send to 7777 from your Dialog Mobile

EXAMS and send to 8884 from your Mobitel Mobile

EXAMS and Send to 7545 from your Airtel Mobile

EXAMS and Send to 8888 from your Hutch Mobile

Results delay due to prevailing Coronavirus outbreak, curfew and public service shutdown. Earlier it was planned to release 2020 April. Examination Department sources says results will release before August 2nd week. Examination Commissioner has NOT yet confirmed the exact results release date or time so far.

Stay Home -Stay Safe !

If you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical care early
Stay home if you feel unwell. If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention and call in advance. Follow the directions of your local health authority.

University Entrance process will be as follows. 

  1. A/L Results release
  2. University Hand Book release
  3. Buy University handbook & read it carefully
  4. Online Registration & Send print out via post to UGC
  5. Based on students’ desired course students have to apply for Aptitude tests after publishing on national newspapers. 
  6. Sit for Aptitude Tests depend on their selected courses. Then aptitude test results will released by relevant universities.
  7. Re-scrutinized / Re- correction A/Level results release. 
  8. Z score cut off marks will be release
  9. University Registration via online
  10. Students will receive selected Course & University

Higher education Ministry sources says that the students who qualified for the 2019/2020 University Academic year based on 2019 A/L results will be admitted before the end of 2020.

Certify university entrance applications from schools on May 20-22

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Sri Lanka University entrance process starts
Sri Lanka University New Academic Year Registration Application certify via schools

The Education Ministry has announced that school applicants, who qualified for 2019/2020 university entrance, would be able to certify their university admission applications on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday May 20-22. It said every head of schools had been advised in this regard. The certifying of university admission application process had been stopped due to coronavirus pandemic in the country. The application certifications should be done by the Principals and the Vice Principals of schools following the health care procedures recommended by the Health authorities.

The deadline to accept application for university admission extended two weeks after re-opening schools. Schools are planning to re-open probably in June. Hence the new deadline will be a date in June or July.

Universities will be reopened after evaluating the current situation says President’s Media Division. Higher Education Ministry has advised universities officials to discuss with UGC and take a decision over re-opening dates.

The deadline to accept applications for University Admission for the Academic Year 2019/2020 will be extended until two weeks after the re-opening of schools for the 2nd term. New deadline has not yet announced.

Earlier Sri Lanka University Grants Commission UGC has decided to extend university online registration and submitting campus handbook application till April 9. But due to ongoing curfew, students are unable to post their applications. “We are monitoring the situation, if curfew continuous, we will extend the deadline again” UGC Chairman told. Hence he requested students not to panic.

University Admission Handbook for the new 2019/2020 Academic year already released and deadline was earlier on March 26. Later it was extended to April 9th. The new deadline is two weeks after re-opening schools. As the coronavirus is spreading Sri Lanka, UGC and Higher Education Ministry has decided to extend the deadline time to time.

Z Score Cutoff Marks Release will delay

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Z Score Cutoff Marks Release will delay
Sri Lanka University Z Score Cut off marks 2020 academic year delay and will release UGC website

According to the Sri Lanka University Grants Commission UGC sources whole admission and students intake process will be delayed due to coronavirus outbreak. University admission applications are not yet taken. Universities are not yet reopen. Earlier UGC was planning to issue Z Score cut-off marks for the new academic year on June or July months. But with the coronavirus outbreak, curfew and lockdowns Z score Cut-off marks will not be able to release on time. UGC has not yet officially announced the exact date of releasing Z score “Kada Im Lakunu”.

2019 A/L exam based university z score cut-off marks for new academic year 2019/2020 will be delayed.

University Z Score Cut Off Marks to release to www.ugc.ac.lk

Minimum Z-scores for selection to courses of study of universities in respect of each district and detailed information of course selection based on the GCE (A/L) Examination in 2019 can be accessed through the following modes after release.


1. Websites

www.ugc.ac.lk

www.selection.ugc.ac.lk


2. Call 1919 (Government Information Centre)


3. SMS to 1919

Format:  ugc <space> Index Number -> send to 1919

Example: ugc 2223322 ->send to 1919


4. Call UGC – 0112695301, 0112695302, 0112692357, 0112675854


Z Score Cut off Marks

YearCut Off Marks Released
2010 A/LMay 27, 2011
2011 A/LDecember 28, 2012
2012 A/LNovember 9, 2013
2013 A/LSeptember 6, 2014
2014 A/LOctober 6, 2015
2015 A/LSeptember 20, 2016
2016 A/LJune 6, 2017
2017 A/LJuly 26, 2018 
2018 A/LJuly 26, 2019
2019 A/LJune 20, 2020*

*forecast data

Before the coronavirus outbreak, Government planning to prepare a mechanism to admit students to universities within 6 months period after A/L exam results release. Normally it takes about one year to admit students to local universities.  

Academic activities of Medical & Engineering faculties will start before 2020 November end. According to the reliable sources other faculties (Management, Science, Arts) will start from 2020 December to February 2021 period.

Online Applications for University Admission-Academic Year 2019/2020

The deadline to accept application for university admission extended two weeks after re-opening schools. Schools are planning to re-open probably in June. Hence the new deadline will be a date in June or July.

When universities reopen?

Universities will be reopened after evaluating the current situation. Higher Education Ministry has advised universities officials to discuss with Health Officials and UGC before take a decision over re-opening dates.

Several universities open for the non-academic staff. Some members of the non-academic staff have report for duty over the sterilization process carried out in the university premises.

“There is no intention of opening universities under the traditional method, as social distancing may not be maintained. Reopening universities for the undergraduates will take time as there is curfew and people would not be allowed to travel between districts. Even with the curfew being in effect, medical and science faculties of several universities are tasked with conducting real-time PCR tests these days” Prof. Sampath Amaratunge said.

Universities and Campuses will be reopen in three stages but the dates have not been announced officially.

A/L School Application Form 2022

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Application Form for GCE 2022 A/L in Government Schools
Application Form for GCE 2022 A/L in Government Schools

Online Application for students seeking Advanced Level A/L admission released. Education Ministry launched a program for 2019 O/L students to apply for new schools for do their A/L through the ONLINE system.

Sri Lanka Ministry of Education has provided opportunity to apply online basis for students seeking admission for G.C.E (A/L) classes in the year 2020/ 2022.

Accordingly, the prospective students can get application forms and apply via https://info.moe.gov.lk/. One applicant can apply maximum of 10 schools and the closing date of admission will be June 22.

INSTRUCTIONS

  • A student can apply for 10 schools Under this system
  • Applications should be sent to each school separately.
  • The deadline to accept applications is 2020/06/12
  • The Ministry of Education will forward these applications to the Principals of the respective schools.
  • If called for interview, You should participate along with your certificates and other relevant documents.
  • Use Unicode fonts to insert details in Sinhala and Tamil languages
  • You will receive a reference number after submitting the application. (Write it down for use when needed)
  • For any assistance required in submitting applications please call following numbers
    -Technical – 077-5440083 / 077-2302382 /071-3723318
    -Other – 071-2491011/ 071-5574958/071-3251503

The Ministry of Education has given the opportunity for students who are eligible to enter the GCE Advanced Level grades in 2020 to apply for schools through the ONLINE system. Accordingly, students wishing to apply for A / L grades can apply by visiting www.info.moe.gov.lk according to the statement issued by the education ministry. One applicant can apply for up to 10 schools and all applications must be submitted before June 12, 2020.

Application Form for GCE (A/L) in Government Schools

Apply via https://info.moe.gov.lk/.



2020 A/L Students can use Calculators for Exam

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2020 A/L Students can use Calculators for Exams
Calculators introduced for several A/L subjects Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Examination Department’s permission has granted to use Calculators in Accounting, Engineering Technology, Bio Systems Technology and Science for Technology subjects at the G.C.E Advanced Level Examination (A/L Exam) this year 2020 says Commissioner General of Examinations

Those sitting for this examination will be allowed to use a non-programmable calculator. The use of calculators will be allowed for this years’ Advanced Level (A/L) examination as well. Students who are NOT interested to use calculators, can sit exam without a calculator.

“Calculators will be allowed for A/L accountancy, bio system technology, engineering technology and science for technology examination papers ” Mr. Pujitha told.

The calculators will be thoroughly checked by invigilators before students enter the examination halls he said. However, Advanced Calculators, electronic calculators, calculators in mobile phones will be strictly prohibited.

Earlier examination department’s attention has been drawn on granting permission at the A/L exam this time for using Calculators for several subjects. Accordingly students have the opportunity to use the Calculator for A/L 4 subjects Accounting, Biological system technology, Engineering Technology, and Technology.

Similarly the examination department said that from 2020 year opportunity would be given for using the normal calculator at the competitive examination in the recruitment for the Sri Lanka Accountancy Service.

A/L Students can now count on calculators to be allowed at exams.
Invigilators appointed by the Examinations Department had been given training recently on inspecting calculators brought into examination centres, to make sure they are non-programmable ones, Examinations Chief Sanath Pujitha said.

For the first time in the history of state examinations, the use of a calculator allowed February 16 at the Sri Lanka Accountants’ Service’s competition exam.

The Open / Limited Competitive Examination for Recruitment to Grade III of the Sri Lanka Accountants’ Service – 2017 / 2018 (2020), conducted by the Examinations Department held on February 16, 22 and 23.



Weather Alert Sri Lanka -Expect Very Heavy Rains, Winds

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Sri Lanka Weather Alerts Monsoon Floods Heavy Rains Cyclones Updates
Sri Lanka Weather Alerts Monsoon Floods Heavy Rains Cyclones Updates

Sri Lanka weather updates via MET. Sri Lanka Monsoon, Floods, Cyclone and Weather Updates and Alerts.

The showery condition over the island, particularly in the south-western part is expected to enhance to some extent during 28 and 29 of July 2020 due to a low level atmospheric disturbance in the vicinity of Sri Lanka.
Very heavy rainfalls above 150 mm are likely at some places in Western, Sabaragamuwa and Central provinces and in Galle and Matara
districts.
Heavy rainfalls about 100 mm are likely at some places in Northern, North-central and Northwestern provinces and Trincomalee district.
Wind speed can increase up to (60-70) kmph at times in Southern province, Polonnaruwa, and Matale districts and along the western slopes of the central hills.

DAMAGE EXPECTED:

  • Heavy rains may trigger landslides in hilly areas.
  • Water inundation in low lying areas
  • Uprooting of large avenue trees.

ACTION SUGGESTED:

  • People living in hilly areas (particularly landslide prone areas) are requested to be
    vigilant.
  • Drivers and people using roads in the hilly areas are requested to be vigilant.
  • Take adequate precautions to minimize damages caused by lightning activity.
  • Beware of fallen trees and power lines.
  • Be alert on the advisories issued by the Department of Meteorology.
  • For emergency assistance contact the local disaster management authorities.
  • Cyclone Amphan moving away from Sri Lanka
  • Expect heavy rains some places
  • Expect strong winds
  • Water level of rivers rising
  • Minor Flood reports several areas
  • Landslides warning issued
  • People living in hilly areas (particularly landslide prone areas) are requested to be vigilant.
  • Naval and fishing communities are advised not to venture into the shallow and deep sea areas around the Island until further notice
  • Over 2600 people affected & 4 deaths reports
  • 9 houses fully damaged and 473 partially damaged

Old News ===

Prevailing showery condition in the South-western part of the country (particularly in Southern,
Western, Sabaragamuwa and Central provinces) is expected to continue further. Very heavy
falls above 150 mm will occur at some places in Nuwara-Eliya, Ratnapura, Kegalle, Kaluthara,
Galle and Matara districts during next 24 hours.

The Super Cyclonic Storm ”AMPHAN” (pronounced as UM-PUN) over west-central Bay of Bengal and neighborhood, lay centered near latitude 14.9°N and longitude 86.5°E, about 900 km North-east of Trincomalee at 11.30 p.m. yesterday (18th May). It is very likely to move north-northeastwards towards west Bengal coast during the afternoon of 20th May.

Due to the influence of the system, the prevailing showery condition over the island particularly in the south-western part is likely to continue further. Heavy showers above 100 mm are likely at some places. Wind speed can increase up to (50-60) kmph at times over the island. Cloudy skies can be expected over the island.

Showers or thundershowers will occur at times in Southern, Western, Sabaragamuwa, Central and North-western provinces with isolated heavy showers above 100 mm in Nuwara-Eliya, Kandy, Matale, Ratnapura, Kegalle, Galle and Matara districts.

Several spells of Showers will occur in North and North-central provinces.

General public is kindly requested to take adequate precautions to minimize damages caused by lightning activity during thundershowers.

Landfall possible from Odisha to Bangladesh next week. No direct impact to Sri Lanka.

Due to the influence of the system the prevailing showery condition over the island particularly in the south-western part is likely to continue further. Very heavy showers above 150mm are likely at some places. Wind speed can be increase up to (40-50) kmph at times over the island.

Showers or thundershowers will occur in Southern, Western, Sabaragamuwa and Central provinces with isolated very heavy showers exceeding 150mm.

Showers or thundershowers will occur elsewhere particularly in Uva and Eastern provinces in the evening or night

DMC released complete Guide, What To Do Before, During, and After a Disaster Situation

Sri Lanka: Floods from Southwest Monsoon

Anticipated crisis impact

Sri Lanka Disaster Management Centre (DMC) states that the current weather pattern in the sea areas off the coast extending from Puttalam to Batticoloa via Colombo, Galle and Hambanthota, is currently making heavy showers/thunderstorms and sudden increase of wind speed (up to 70-80 km/h) in the shallow and deep see areas likely. Warnings to the population, especially to naval and fishing communities have been issued.

The Southwest Monsoon is expected to arrive over Sri Lanka in mid to late May 2020. Colombo, Kalutara, Gampaha, Galle, Matara, Ratnapura and Kegalle districts are at very high risk of monsoon impact.

According to the National Department of Meteorology, an estimated 35,000 to 50,000 families may be displaced, based on analysis of previous floods and landslides.

Additionally, Colombo and Kalutara districts are identified as high-risk areas for COVID-19 outbreak, while Gampaha and Puttalam are at moderate risk. Special guidelines at central and district level have been issued for response and relief management, planning for early evacuations to pre-identified safe centres, camp management, and food supply. A separate quarantine centre will be established in each district exposed to the southwest monsoon.

Sri Lanka DMC Disaster Management Safety Tips – MET issued Weather Alerts Monsoon

Weather Updates.

Apply Online Students seeking admission for A/L classes. Application via https://info.moe.gov.lk/ website

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Sri Lanka O/L Students apply for A/L School online Education Ministry website www.moe.gov.lk
Sri Lanka OL Students apply for AL School online www.moe.gov.lk

Online Application for students seeking Advanced Level A/L admission from today. Education Ministry launched a program for 2019 O/L students to apply for schools for do their A/L through the ONLINE system.

Sri Lanka Ministry of Education has provided opportunity to apply online basis for students seeking admission for G.C.E (A/L) classes in the year 2020.

Accordingly, the prospective students can get application form and apply via https://info.moe.gov.lk/. One applicant can apply maximum of 10 schools and the closing date of admission will be June 22.

INSTRUCTIONS

  • A student can apply for 10 schools Under this system
  • Applications should be sent to each school separately.
  • The deadline to accept applications is 2020/06/12
  • The Ministry of Education will forward these applications to the Principals of the respective schools.
  • If called for interview, You should participate along with your certificates and other relevant documents.
  • Use Unicode fonts to insert details in Sinhala and Tamil languages
  • You will receive a reference number after submitting the application. (Write it down for use when needed)
  • For any assistance required in submitting applications please call following numbers
    -Technical – 077-5440083 / 077-2302382 /071-3723318
    -Other – 071-2491011/ 071-5574958/071-3251503

The Ministry of Education has given the opportunity for students who are eligible to enter the GCE Advanced Level grades in 2020 to apply for schools through the ONLINE system. Accordingly, students wishing to apply for A / L grades can apply by visiting www.info.moe.gov.lk according to the statement issued by the education ministry. One applicant can apply for up to 10 schools and all applications must be submitted before June 12, 2020.

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