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
The Department of Examination released 2013 G.C.E (O/L) Examinationss rescrutinised result on www.doenets.lk. those who applied for Recorrection to G.C.E (O/L) Examination could obtain the result by Clicking below Link
Nearly half of the Ordinary Level (O/L) candidates have effectively failed the exam as they failed to obtain pass marks in Mathematics which is a compulsory subject.
According to statistics issued by the Education Ministry on Friday, of the 264,177 school candidates who sat for Mathematics on their first attempt, 112,987 or 42.77 per cent failed to obtain at least 40 per cent, the standard pass mark, or a simple pass.
Higher Education Ministry Secretary stated that passing in Mathematics was compulsory to pass the O/L exam, adding that, to qualify for the Advanced Level (A/ L), every student was required to obtain pass marks in Mathematics.
We allow some students who have passed in other subjects to enter the A/L stream, on the condition that they clear Mathematics before they sit for the AL exam. These students are allowed to offer only Mathematics in the following exam to enable them to sit for the A/L exam.
However, statistics released by the Education Ministry state that 66.67 per cent of school candidates taking the exam for the first time, qualified for the Al.
Meanwhile, over half the candidates who sat for the English Language paper at the O/L have also failed to obtain pass marks. Of the 264,157 students who sat, 52 per cent failed. Students performed better in Science where 67.5 per cent obtained pass marks.
The results of the G.C.E. (O/L) Examination 2013 have already been dispatched to Principals of Schools and to private candidates.
Application for Re-scrutiny of results of the above Examination, prepared on a form (30cm x 20cm) in accordance with the specimen of application, should be sent by Registered Post to reach the ’’Commissioner General of Examinations, Evaluation (School Exams) Branch, National Evaluation and Testing Service, Department of Examinations, Pelawatta, Battaramulla’’ on or before 25.04.2014. Please indicate “Re-Scrutiny of Results (O/L) 2013” on the top left-hand corner of the envelope.
In Re-scrutiny the relevant answer scripts are examined fully by a number of members of the Re-Scrutiny Board. The purpose of Re-Scrutiny is to evaluate answers or part of answers not evaluated properly and to correct any errors in calculation. It is notified that as a result of Re-Scrutiny either an upward revision or a downward revision of marks and grade is possible.
Before sending the applications, please make sure and satisfy yourself that the particulars given in the applications are correct.
Please adhere to the following instructions in preparing the application form:
Applications of school candidates should be sent through Principals of their respective schools, and private candidates should send their applications directly to the above address by Registered Post.
Applications should be prepared according to the specimen form.
The fee for Re-Scrutiny per subject is Rs. 150/ – (Hundred and Fifty Rupees). This amount should be paid to a Post Office / Sub Post Office (separate receipt for each application) and the receipt obtained should be pasted firmly on the other side of the application. Please note down the number of the above receipt and keep it along with the postal registration receipt of the application. (It is advisable to keep a photocopy of the receipt for payment, if possible).
Money, Stamps, Cheques, Money Orders or Postal Orders will not be accepted.
A separate application should be sent in respect of each subject applied for:
The Index Number, Name of the Examination Centre, Subject, Subject Number, Medium and Grade obtained as indicated in the results sheet should be correctly entered.
Applications with incorrect or incomplete information, those sent after the closing date and applications without the prescribed fee will be rejected without any information. Fees paid in respect of rejected applications will not be refunded.
Commissioner General of Examinations,
Evaluation (School Exams) Branch National Evaluation & Testing Service,
Department of Examinations, Sri Lanka,
Private candidates should complete 1 to 7 only.
Application should be sent by Registered Post to reach the Commissioner General of Examinations, Evaluation (School Exams) Branch, National Evaluation & ‘lasting Service, Department of Examinations, Pelawatta, Battaramulla.
See below image for more information and specimen of calls G.C.E. (O/L) Examination 2013 Re-Scrutiny form