All set for tomorrow’s A/L examination: Com. General | Sri Lanka News


All arrangements have been finalised for the Advanced Level Examination which is to commence tomorrow at 2200 examination centres islandwide, Commissioner General of Examinations Amith Jayasundara said.

He told media that Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (PUCSL), Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) and Lanka Electricity Company (LECO) have given assurance to cooperate with uninterrupted power supply while the examination is in progress.

“We have requested PUCSL, CEB and LECO to provide continuous power supply during examination hours and they have given their assurance,” he said.

He said the candidates could produce their National Identity Card (NIC), Passport, Driving Licence or the temporary identification document issued by the Department of Registration of Persons for those who have applied for the NIC to sit for the examination.

The Commissioner General said no candidate can keep in their possession any smartphone, smart watch or Bluetooth devises during the examination and that if anyone was found violating the rule, will be barred from appearing for examination for five years.

He said steps have been taken to allocate additional ten minutes for essay-type questions this year.

A total number of 278,196 school candidates and 53,513 private candidates have been registered for the A/L examination which is scheduled to be held in 2200 centres. (Ajith Siriwardana)

 

 

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