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Grade 5 Scholarship exam: Cut-off marks released

2018-12-12 18:02:38
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The Examinations Department today released the cut-off marks for the enrolment of students to Grade 6 next year, based on the Grade 5 Scholarship examination held on August 5, 2018.

In Sinhala medium, students will be admitted to three parallel classes as the entrance to Grade 6 classes as follows:

Eighteen have been listed as boys’ schools to admit students to Grade 6 for parallel classes. Dharmaraja College, Kandy topped with the cut-off marks of 186 and Royal College, Panadura registered the last at 168 marks.

Thirty-nine have been listed as girls’ schools for parallel classes to admit children to Grade 6. Southlands College, Galle topped with the cut-off marks of 184 and Bandaranayaka Balika Maha Vidyalaya, Ampara listed the last at 186 marks.

Forty-four have been listed as mixed schools for parallel classes to admit children to Grade 6. Dutugemunu Madya Maha Vidyalaya, Buttala topped the list with the cut-off marks of 175 and Hedunuwewa Central College, Hatton listed last with 163 marks.

Maliyadeva College, Kurunegala listed first with the cut-off marks of 186 among eight boys’ schools which listed for two parallel classes to admit children to Grade 6, while Nalanda Central College, Minuwangoda listed the last with 168 marks.

Mahamaya Balika Vidyalaya, Kandy was listed for two parallel classes for girls’ schools with the cut-off marks of 185 and Newstead Girls’ College, Negombo listed last with 169 marks.

Nineteen mixed schools were listed for two parallel classes and Maliyadeva Adarsha Maha Vidyalaya, Kurunegala listed with the cut-off marks of 179 as first in the list. Malwaththawala Central College, Wellawaya listed last with 165 marks.

Nine boys’ schools listed for three parallel classes while Royal College, Colombo topped with the cut-off marks of 187 and St. Aloysius National College, Ratnapura listed with 168 marks.

Fourteen girls’ schools were listed for three parallel classes with Visakha Vidyalaya, Colombo as the highest cut-off marks of 189 and Sumana Balika Vidyalaya, Ratnapura with 166 marks.

Fifty-two were listed as mixed schools for three parallel classes and Sivali Central College, Ratnapura listed the highest cut-off marks of 182. Poramadulla Central College, Rikillagaskada listed last with 163 marks.

Meanwhile, eleven schools were listed for Tamil medium boys’ schools and Royal College, Colombo listed first with the cut-off marks of 187. R.K.M. Sri Koneswara Hindu College, Trincomalee listed last with 162 marks.

Fourteen schools with Tamil medium listed for girls and Girls’ High School, Kandy listed first with the cut-off marks of 185. St. Cecilia's Girls' College, Batticaloa listed last with 164 marks.

Finally, nineteen Tamil medium schools were listed and Highland Central College, Hatton listed first with the cut-off marks of 178. Al-Minhaj National School, Hapugastalawa listed last with 162 marks. (Chaturanga Samarawickrama)


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