Jaffna Hindu College Students poor performance – A/L Results.

The North and East Students have performed poorly as per the A/L results. The Jaffna Hindu College students who have released good results in the passed has shown poor results this year. The diaspora Hindu College Old boys Associations must spend their time and funds to help the current students achieve better results. Jaffna schools have produced good results in the past years which made the then PM Srimavo Bandaranajake government to introduce the injustice standardization to reduce the University entrance by the Tamil students in Sri Lanka and create better chances of Sinhala students to enter university who got lower marks than the Tamil students.

Even after the Standardization was introduced the the Tamil students made the head lines with best results in the island but this year shows the worst performance.

Will the old boys associations of the North and Eastern provinces contribute towards helping the current students get better results in future?

jhclogoDilini Sandunika Palihakkara of Sujatha Balika Vidyalaya, Matara has topped the Island ranking in Biology stream while Sridharan Duwarakan of Hartley College, Point Pedro has topped island ranking in Physical Science stream at the GCE Advanced Level examination, 2017.

S.A.Dulani Rasanthika of Sujatha Balika Vidyalaya, Matara and Ven. Pathberiye Munindawansha Thera of Saddarmalankara Pirivena, Ratnapura have topped the Island ranking in Commerce and Arts streams respectively.

Results could be obtained through http://www.doenets.lk/exam/ or http://www.results.exams.gov.lk//home.htm.

A/L Best Results -2017


1) Dilini Sandunika Palihakkara (Sinhala medium) – Sujatha Balika Vidyalaya, Matara
2) G.A.H.Geeth Gunasinghe (Sinhala medium) – Joseph Vaz College, Wennappuwa
3) K.I.Shaluka Ramanayake (Sinhala medium) – Ananda Collage, Colombo

Physical Science

1) Sridharan Duwarakan (Tamil Medium) – Hartley College, Point Pedro
2) P.M.P.Himan Somaratne (Sinhala medium) – Bandaranaike Vidyalaya, Gampaha
3) R.D.Jeyarajan Paul Janshan (Tamil Medium) – St. Patrick’s College, Jaffna


1) S.A.Dulani Rasanthika (Sinhala Medium) – Sujatha Balika Vidyalaya, Matara
2) P.K. Subashini Dabare (English medium) – Musaeus College, Colombo
3) F.Akila Iswar (Sinhala Medium) – St Paul’s Balika Vidyalaya, Colombo


1) Ven. Pathberiye Munindawansha Thera (Sinhala medium) – Saddarmalankara Pirivena, Ratnapura
2) S.Achana Wickremanayake (English medium) – CMS, Colombo
3) G.G.Dilki Sadupama (Sinhala medium) – Ferguson High School, Ratnapura

Engineering Technology

1) P.P. Ransirini Hettiarachchi (Sinhala Medium) – Mahinda Rajapaksa Vidyalaya, Matara
2) M.G.P.Ishan Madusanka (Sinhala Medium) – Narandeniya Central College, Kamburupitiya
3) W.A.M.P.Lakshan Adhipattu (Sinhala Medium) – Mayurapada Central College, Narammala

Bio Systems Technology

1) M.K. Lakshitha Chaturanga Medalagama (Sinhala Medium) – Sivali Central College, Ratnapura
2) W. P Ramesha Shreemali (Sinhala Medium) – Debarawewa Central College, Tissamaharama
3) Kamaleshwarie Sendilnaadan (Tamil Medium) – Vembadi Girls High School, Jaffna


1) Hiruni Shakya Abeytunga (Sinhala Medium) – Devi Balika Vidyalaya, Colombo
2) Shaveen Bhashitha Thilakaratne (Sinhala Medium) – Royal College, Colombo
3) Diyol Brandon Antony (Sinhala Medium) – De Mazenod College, Kandana

The department said a total of 253,483 candidates sat the examination with 163,104 being eligible for university entrance while there were 205 suspended-results.

The department said re-correction applications could be submitted before January 15 and announced that inquiries could be make with this regard on 0112 784208; 0112 784537; 0113 188350; 0113 140314 and via the hotline 1911. (Kalathma Jayawardhane and Chaturanga Pradeep)

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