Best results of 2017 G.C.E. Ordinary Level exam
The Department of Examinations announced the names and schools of the students who obtained the best results in the island at the 2017 G.C.E. Ordinary Level examination.
Six 2017 G.C.E. Ordinary Level candidates were ranked first, the Examinations Department said a short while ago.
G.C.E. O/L – 2017 Island Best Results:
1. Kasuni Seneviratne – Rathnavali Balika Vidyalaya, Gampaha
1. Chamodi Subasinghe – Rathnavali Balika Vidyalaya, Gampaha
1. Navodya Ranasinghe – Girls’ High School, Kandy
1. Limasha Amandi Wimalaweera – Mahamaya Girls’ College, Kandy
1. Randi Lakpriya – Sujatha Balika Maha Vidyalaya, Matara
1. Kaveesha Prathibath – Sivali Central College, Ratnapura
2. Nipuni Herath – Devi Balika Vidyalaya, Colombo
2. Aneesha Fernando – CMS Ladies’ College, Colombo
2. Risini Kumarasinghe – Samudradevi Balika Vidyalaya, Nugegoda
2. Kaveen Siriwardena – St. Joseph’s College, Colombo
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Could some one explain to me what happened to the former students who obtained this type of best best results
Only time I give credit is when some one invent a new product or a new chemical etc. Just cramming and passing a exam does not mean anything to me.
I am sad to note that you do not value education.
We all do not have to be inventors of new products and chemicals to provide a valuable or useful service to society.
I obtained 2 degrees from the Ruhunu University but quickly realised that stupid public servants and company managers in charge of recruitment never valued or realised what I could do to their organisation using my education.
I embarked on a journey to fulfil my ambitions and worked as a cleaner and a call girl in Europe for 13 years. My education assisted in undertaking this work. As a Call Girl, I had to meet with average 3-4 customers every day and spend a long time (1 hr) with each of them. All these customers had different backgrounds, different habits, different expectations and different psychologies. But with the help of my education, I learnt to deal with all of them, satisfactorily and give them the happiness they were looking for. As a result of the extremely sincere customer focus attitude (developed with the help of my education) >75% of my customers came back for repeat business.
That is how I was able to accumulate wealth that is enough for the rest of my life.
Had I not completed the 2 degrees, I would not have been able to achieve my dreams and ambitions.
So Ranjith, the fault is not with the education but with those (Public Servants and Managers) who fail to realise and appreciate the value of education.