Cut off marks of year 5 scholarship announced; Royal & Vishaka - 183

Monday, 07 January 2013 - 19:08


The cut off marks for last year's year 5 scholarship examination has been issued.


During a media briefing held at the Ministry of Education today, Subject Minister Bandula Gunawardhana noted that highest cut off marks had been allocated for royal college in Colombo, which stands at 183.


The highest cut-off marks for a girls school meanwhile has been allocated for the Vishaka college which also stands at 183.


According to Minister Gunawardhana in order to seek admission to the Thakshila College in Horana, which is a mixed school students are expected to have obtained 170 marks.

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