University Grants Commission of Sri Lanka announces that University Entrance cut off marks for the G.C.E (Advanced Level) 2015 examinations will be released today on their website of http://www.ugc.ac.lk/.
If University Grants Commission website is not reachable, your can follow any of below options.
Call UGC – 0112695301, 0112695302, 0112692357, 0112675854
SMS to 1919
Format: ugc <space> Index Number -> send to 1919
Example: ugc 2223322 ->send to 1919
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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.
If you unable to visit any of above website you can check your result by using SMS.
Type EXAMS Space Your Index Number Send to 1919 from any mobile networks
Type EXAMS Space Your Index Number Send to 7777 from Dialog Mobile
Type EXAMS Space Your Index Number Send to 8884 from your Mobitel
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The Department of Examinations, Sri Lanka has publish the proposed planed G.C.E (A/L) 2015 Examination time table as follows, the details G.C.E (A/L) 2015 Time table with exam commencement date would be replaced once its original released nu department of examinations.
The Department of Examinations, Sri Lanka invites applications for the General Certificate of Education (Advanced Level) examination – august 2015.
Applications of private candidates for the above examination will be received from 06.02.2015 to 06.03.2015. Candidates are advised to read this notice carefully and follow the instructions given herein before filling up the application forms and also to make sure to select exactly the correct Town Number and Subject Numbers. Candidates are allowed to offer a maximum of three main subjects.
Click below Links to Obtain the G.C.E (A/L) 2015 Applications and information sheets from Department of Examination website.
The Department of Examination has published the G.C.E Advance Level 2014 time table for the G.C.E A/L 2014 Examination on 5th to 29th August 2014.
Admission cards and timetables of the school candidates has already been posted to the heads of the respective schools and those private candidates to the address given in their applications. Admission card sent to the head of schools should be immediately given to the relevant candidates.
Private candidates for GCE A/L who have not yet received admission cards, should come to the department of examination or inform the school examination organization branch of this department in writing, attaching photocopies of the application, the photocopy of the receipt of the payment of examination fees or a letter from post master confirming the payments of examination fee and receipt of postal registration of the application.
Private candidates, who have received admission cards, but need ant changes affected in subject, medium or any other respect on them should either directly inform the school examination organization branch of this department or trough the under mentioned telephone and fax number before 16th july 2014.
National Identity card issued by Department of Registration of Persons or the valid passport will be accepted as a valid proof of identity of a candidate of G.C.E (Advanced Level) Examination.
For more information Contact to Department of Examination on 011 2784208 or 011 2784537 or fax on 011 2784422
The Cabinet will take a decision on whether to admit students from international schools to public schools for continue their G.C.E (A/L) examination of Srilanka.
Education Ministry Secretary Anura Dissanayake stated that the Cabinet would take up a report by the Education Minister on his decision not to admit international school students to follow GCE Advanced level classes in public schools.
The Education Minister said that the Education Ministry believed that students of international schools should not be granted admission to public schools as they would then be taking the place of underprivileged students and he further said there was already severe competition among students who were going to public schools to get into public schools that offered G.C.E. Advanced Level (A/L) classes in the English medium and more competition would be detrimental to all.
At present, nearly 300 students who completed the G.C.E Ordinary Level (O/L) examination in international schools are seeking admission to G.C.E Advanced Level (A/L) classes in public schools on the basis that their future would be otherwise uncertain.
The G.C.E (A/L) 2013 ExaminationRe-Scrutiny (Re-Correction) result has been released to Department of Examination website http://www.doenets.lk/ . Those who have done their Advance Level examination in 2013, could obtain their result by Click Below link of Department of Examination website.
Department of Education invites applications for the G.C.E (A/L) Examination applications for the Private candidates.
The Applications of private candidates for the above examination will be received from 24.02.2014 to 28.03.2014. Candidates are advised to read this notice carefully and follow the instructions given herein before filling up the application forms and also to make sure to select exactly the correct Town Number and Subject Numbers. Candidates are allowed to offer a maximum of three main subjects.
Private Candidate (Only those who have obtained the school-leaving certificate can apply as private candidates. It is completely prohibited for anyone to sit this examination as a private candidate, while still being in school. If such a sitting is discovered, the examination results will be invalidated and they will be debarred from sitting any future examinations)
Needs of G.C.E (A/L) General English Subject too
Apart from the three main subjects and the Common General Test, candidates may apply for the subject, “General English” too. However, the grade obtained for this subject will not be considered for University Entrance. The grade received will be entered in the G.C.E. (A.L.) Certificate.