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Results of 2018 O/L examination released

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First place - Nilakna Disiwari Warushavithana from Visakha Vidyalaya, Colombo

Three second places - G. S. Savithi Hansadi - Visakha Vidyalaya, 
P. M. Sanjani Dileka Kumari - Rathnavali Balika Vidyalaya, Gampaha 
K. K. Mindi Rebeka - Sujatha Vidyalaya, Matara

By Chaturanga Samarawickrama   

The Examinations Department yesterday announced that the GCE O/L examination results - 2018 had been released and could be viewed and downloaded from its website 
http://www.doenets.lk  

For further information contact the School Examinations Organization Branch on: 0112784202 / 0112784537/ 0113188350 / 0113140314. The emergency contact number is 1911.   

Commissioner Department of Examinations Sanath Pujitha told Daily Mirror that of those placed in the top ten, first place and three second places were recorded countrywide with the same marks whilst one fifth place and five sixth placed candidates were also classified.   Nilakna Disiwari Warushavithana ranked first in the country from Visakha Vidyalaya, Colombo.   
The three who achieved joint second places are -: G.S Savithi Hansadi from Visakha Vidyalaya - P.M. Sanjani Dileka Kumari from Rathnavali Balika Vidyalaya, Gampaha and K. K Mindi Rebeka from Sujatha Vidyalaya in Matara.   


The third place went to L.A.G Harshila Lihinikaduarachchi from St.Joseph Girls’ College - Kegalle.   The five students who achieved the fourth place were: S.M. Rathnayake from Devi Balika Vidyalaya, Sri Jayawardenepura - S.R.S. Yasanka Samarakoon and K.K.K Methnuka from Royal College Colombo 7 -S.A. Liyanage from Mahinda College, Galle - S.P.H.E. Samarasing Pathirana from Thakshila Madya Maha Vidyalaya, Horana.   The Commissioner said the department had decided to cancel the results of 1, 265 applicants who sat for the examination due to reports of several irregularities such as cheating by using high-tech equipment and violating examination rules and regulations. A total of 1, 315 such complaints were received.   “A total of 656, 984 applications were received for the examination out of which 518, 184 sat it. A total of 71.66 per cent of students of those that sat the exam qualified for the GCE A/L. The percentage of students who have passed in mathematics was 64.11 per cent while a total of 9, 413 students had obtained ‘A’ passes for the subject,” the commissioner said.   Those applicants who desire a re-correction should submit their applications before April 12 to the Examinations Department. School applicants should submit their re-correction applications to the relevant school and private applicants should follow the paper advertisements for this purpose.  

 

 

For further information contact the School Examinations Organization Branch on: 0112784202 / 0112784537/ 0113188350 / 0113140314. The emergency contact number is 1911.   

 

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