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* Public urged not to block roads on GCE O/L examination days
Sat, May 21, 2022, 11:56 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

May 21, Colombo: The Department of Examinations requests the public not to block the roads and protest during the GCE Ordinary Level Examination.

The examination will be held from the 23rd May to the 1st of June.

Commissioner General of Examinations LMD Dharmasena said the students should be given the opportunity to sit for the examination with a peaceful mind during that time.

All question papers pertaining to the GCE Ordinary Level Examination were transported to the Examination Coordinating Centers today.

According to the Department of Examinations, 517,496 candidates are sitting for the GCE O/L examination this time.

The examination will be held at 3,844 examination centers from the 23 May - 01, June 2022.


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