A/L best results in the Island

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R.A. Nisal Punsara of Rahula College, Matara has topped the Island rankings in Biology stream while K.D.M. Amaya Darmasiri from Maliyadeva Girls’ College, Kurunegala has topped the island rankings in Physical Science stream at the 2016 Advanced Level examination.

Meanwhile, M.M.A. Muditha Akalanka Rajapakshe of Ananda College, Colombo and R. Indeevari Gawarammana of Girls’ High School, Kandy have topped the Island rankings in Arts and Commerce streams respectively.

 A/L Best Results (2016):


1.    R.A. Nisal Punsara (Sinhala medium) - Rahula College, Matara
2.   M. Roshane Akthar (Tamil medium) - Kinniya Madya Maha Vidyalaya, Kinniya
3.    G. Klerin Dilujan (Tamil medium) - Carmel Fatima College, Kalmunai

Physical Science

1.    K.D.M. Amaya Darmasiri (English medium) - Maliyadeva Girls’ College, Kurunegala
2.    U.G. Chathura Jayasanka (Sinhala medium) – Richmond College, Galle
3.    M.B. Sawindu Dimal Thanuka (Sinhala medium) – Royal College, Colombo


1.    M.M.A. Muditha Akalanka Rajapaksa (Sinhala medium) - Ananda College, Colombo
2.    T.F. Onil Vindula Perera (English medium) – St. Joseph’s College, Colombo
3.    G.G.A. Nipuni Dhananjanee Rupasinghe (Sinhala medium) – Ananda Balika Vidyalaya, Hingurakgoda


1.    R. Indeevari Gawarammana(English medium)- Girls’ High School, Kandy
2.    Padmanathan  Kurupareshan (Tamil) – Hindu College, Manipai
3.    U.W. Amanda Paramee Kalpashyaka (Sinhala medium) - Viharamahadevi Balika Vidyalaya, Kiribathgoda

Engineering Technology

1.    Kanakasundaram Jathursajan (Tamil medium) - Skandavarodaya College, Chunnakam
2.    K.W. Nisal Kobbekaduwa (Sinhala medium) – Government Science College, Matale
3.    R. A. Sandeepa Anjalee Ranatunga (Sinhala medium) – Ratnawali Balika Vidyalaya, Gampaha

Bio Systems Technology

1.    K. Malithi Shashikala Dilrangi (Sinhala medium) -  Swarnajayanthi Maha Vidyalaya, Kegalle
2.    T. Mayumi Thathsarani (Sinhala medium) – Devi Balika Vidyalaya, Colombo
3.    Ilyas Fathima Arosha (Tamil medium) - Fathima Balika Maha Vidyalaya, Oddamavadi


1.    Thilara  Ekanayake (English) - Musaeus College, Colombo
2.   M.G. Dhananjaya Vimukthi Karunaratne (Sinhala medium) – private candidate, Pelpola Thummodara
3.   K.G.S.G. Lahiru Sasanka (Sinhala medium) – private candidate, Galle

  Comments - 6

  • Selvyn Saturday, 07 January 2017 01:04 PM

    We are now living in a highly technologically developed era so they must be given this knowledge free. via DM Android App

    Mandy Saturday, 07 January 2017 02:00 PM

    Very remarkable that out of Colombo schools doing so well while doctors demanding Colombo schools. May be someone compile data showing Sat/Passed schoolwise and best teachers felicitated.

    ali Saturday, 07 January 2017 02:25 PM

    Congrats! Hopefully, you guys will live in a better and a much-developed SL as professionals where migration would be meaningless. Happy New Year 2017!

    edu mast.. Saturday, 06 January 2018 05:31 PM

    congratulations...wish you good luck and a good future

    NP Sunday, 08 January 2017 06:28 PM

    Heartiest wishes to all, Nice to see a Josephian in the top rankings.. In scientia et virtute...

    ceylon Sunday, 08 January 2017 07:29 PM

    where are the universities for these students .just like private schoolsbuild private universities.one for every district. via DM Android App

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