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“Determination & Dedication Brought Success to Jaffna Students,” – Jaffna Commander
[2012-01-22 12:15:45]

“Students in Jaffna area usually dedicated to learning. I know most of them go to classes early in the morning before going to schools. That dedication and determination brought success to them and helped them achieves best results in the examination,” said Commander Security Forces – Jaffna Major General Mahinda Hathurusinghe addressing a gathering of students, teachers and distinguished guests present on the occasion of felicitating students who got higher aggregate in 2011 G.C.E. A/L Examination.

Security Forces Headquarters - Jaffna (SF-J) in association with Kokuvil-based Kavaloor Jeganathan Foundation awarded such twelve budding scholars with valuable prizes appreciating their success in G.C.E. A / L Examination 2011. The ceremony to felicitate them was held at the J / Kokuvil Hindu College auditorium on Friday (20) afternoon with participation of Commander SF – Major General Mahinda Hathurusinghe as Chief Guest, Government Agent Jaffna Mrs. Emelda Sukumar, Chairman Kavaloor Jeganathan Foundation Mr. S.S. Kuhanathan and a host of distinguished guests and gathering of students and teachers.

A large number of hardworking Jaffna A / Level students this year scored higher marks qualifying to enter the university. Among them is Kamalakannan Kamalavasan of Uduppiddy American Mission College who scored the island’s highest aggregate in Mathematics stream. Anantharaja Sanjeyan of Jaffna St. Joseph’s College who sat the examination last year in Bio-Science stream became the second in the island.

Including those two students, Civil Affairs and Public Relations office and the Kavaloor Jeganathan Foundation awarded twelve students, three from each stream with highest performances at district level. Each student was presented with a voice recorder worth of Rs. 6000/- to be used during lectures when they start their university education.

Meanwhile, special scholarship system was launched for four university qualified students who are from families with low economical background. Each of them will be getting Rs. 1000/- monthly until they complete their higher education.

The list of students awarded during the felicitation ceremony is as follows;

a. Kamalakannan Kamalavasan of Uduppiddy American Mission College (1st Place in the island from Mathematics Stream)

b. Anantharaja Sanjeyan of St. John’s College (2nd Place in the islandand the 1st place in Jaffna from Bio-Science Stream)

c. Sri Sothinathan Sathiya of Vadamarachchi Hindu Girl’s College (1st Place in Jaffna from Arts Stream)

d. Kumaravel Nirubiga of Vembady Girl’s High School (1st Place in Jaffna from Commerce Stream)

e. Sivagnanachelvam Yoginee of Methodist Girl’s High School Point Pedro (2nd Place in Jaffna from Bio-Science Stream)

f. Krishnakumar Thanirojan of Uduppiddy American Mission College (2nd Place in Jaffna from Mathematics Stream)

g. K. Sanjeewan of Meesalai Weerasingham Maha Vidyalam (2nd Place in Jaffna from Arts Stream)

h. Selvavinayaham Kokila of Vadamarachchi Hindu Girl’s College (2nd Place in Jaffna from Commerce Stream)

i. Niththiyananthan Vahinee of Vembady Girl’s High School (3rd Place in Jaffna from Bio-Science Stream).

j. Kathirgamaraja Piratheep of Nelliady Central College (3rd Place in Jaffna from Mathematics Stream)

k. Jeyaseelan Mathanki of Valvettithurai Sithambara College (3rd Place in Jaffna from Arts Stream)

l. Araamuthan Sivajinee of Kanaharathnam Maha Vidyalaya (3rd Place in Jaffna from Commerce Stream)

Scholarships were given to Kokila Selavanayakam of Vadamarachchi Hindu Girl’s College, Araamuthan Sivajini Jaffna Kanagarathnam Maha Vidyalaya, Kathiragama Sanjeewan Meesalai Weerasingham Maha Vidyalaya and Jeyeseelan Mathanki of Valvettithurai Sithambara College.

A stock of books was donated to J/ Kokuvil Hindu College on the same occasion.


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