G.C.E. O/ L 2016 Examination result released now at Department of Examination Website of www.doenets.lk
Those who did G.C.E Ordinary Level examination in 2016 could obtain their result by typing your index number on given space at www.doenets.lk
EPC Chief Minister Ahamed Nazeer Zainulabdeen said that there were 5,021 teacher vacancies for 1,108 schools in the Eastern Province at present. There are 1,530 teaching vacancies for Mathematics, Science and English, he said.
He further said he hope to appoint 390 teachers to teach Mathematics, Science and English. And try his level best to fill up the remaining vacancies within the educational budget of Rs. 7.5 Billions which allocated for Eastern Province education.
You can check your G.C.E (A/L), G.C.E (O/L) & Grade 5 Scholarship Examination Result on Department of Examination of Sri Lanka website of www.doenets.lk. This website has encountered a slow in service due to the traffic so Department of Examination of Sri Lanka has launch new website of www.exams.gov.lk to cater same service.
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Department of Examinations, Sri Lanka invites applications for the G.C.E (O/L) 2015. Applications are called from 20.05.2015 to 20.06.2015 from all the school and private candidates who intend to sit the examination. The Specimen Application Form given here is only for the private candidates.
Every private candidate should read and understand this notice completely and complete the Application Form. A special consideration should be given to write the accurate number when mentioning the town number and subject numbers in the Application.
The relevant application forms have been sent in order to receive by 20.05.2015 to the government schools and approved pirivenas in which the students have sat the G.C.E. (O/L) Examination before. If any school has not received the applications by now such schools should inform the School Examinations Organization Branch immediately.
Only those who have left school can apply as private candidates. Any one applying for this examination as a private candidate while still being in school is illegal. If such an instance is revealed, it will result in being debarred from sitting examinations.
Private Candidates means Any person not attending any state school, non fee-levying approved school or recognized Pirivena may sit as a private candidate. Applications for this examination will be received from private candidates only up to 20th June 2015. And private candidates should select the town closest to their permanent residence for the examination.
For more detailed rules and regulations and specimen applications are attached below
The Colombo YMBA will award scholarships to students of schools in the neighborhood of the Colombo YMBA, Borella.
The schools include Ananda College, Nalanda College, Ananda Balika Vidyalaya, Devi Balika Vidyalaya, Gothami Balika Vidyakya, Yashodara Balika Vidyalaya, D.S. Sena-nayake College, Ratnaveli Balika Vidyalaya and Susamaya-wardhana Vidyalaya.
Scholarship recipients will be selected on the basis of a criteria adopted by the Colombo YMBA Trust Committee for students who have passed GCE O/L in 2013 and are continuing studies in AL classes. For details, contact Colombo YMBA Maj. Gen. Janmika Liyanage on Tel: 2682397 or via email email@example.com
A circular, which permits principals of State Schools to admit international and private school students who had successfully completed their GCE O/L to do their GCE A/L will be issued this week putting an end to the uncertainty and heated arguments on this matter, a senior source of the Education Ministry said.
This comes in the wake of a directive from President Mahinda Rajapaksa to Education Minister Bandula Gunawardana This comes in the wake of a directive from President Mahinda Rajapaksa to Education Minister Bandula Gunawardana directing him to issue the relevant circular as soon as possible after this matter was raised at last week’s cabinet meeting.
They argued that to ban a section of the students from obtaining free education in the national education system was a violation of their fundamental rights and the violation of the constitution.
The source said the withdrawal of a circular prohibiting the admission of private school students to government schools for their GCE A/L did not arise because the Education Ministry had not issued such a circular in the first place.