A/L cut off marks released, 10% increase in enrolements
The University Grants Commission (UGC) today released the cut off marks of the G.C. E. Advanced Level Examination in the year 2015.
Accordingly, 27, 603 students will be enrolled for this year in all government universities with a 10% increase when comparing to last year, UGC Media Unit said.
The enrolment of the students will be done by each particular university.
Cutoff marks for the G.C. E. Advanced Level Examination in the year 2015 can be obtained by logging onto www.ugc.ac.lk.
According to the Department of Examinations, 309,069 candidates sat for 2015 examination in which 236,072 candidates were school applicants and 72,997 private applicants.
(Daily Mirror – By Piyumi Fonseka)
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