Internal Examination Division


Staff


Mrs. A.M.K.J Atapattu
Designation: Assistant Registrar (Internal Examinations)
Department: Internal Examinations Division
Official Telephone: +94112857784, Ext: 1133
Personal Telephone: +94722402491
Email Address: arexam@bpu.ac.lk


Activities

  1. The following activates are handled by the internal examination division of Buddhist and Pali University of Sri Lanka.
  2. Register students for internal examinations.
  3. Conduct internal examinations.
  4. Release of the results of the examinations.
  5. Issue of examination certificates.
  6. Charge fees for the repeat students.
  7. Take necessary action to grant scholarships and prizes.
  8. Reply to the requests of the internal students.
  9. Assist to conduct the general convocation.

Examination Process

The following methods are applied in conducting examinations at the Buddhist and Pali University of Sri Lanka under the course system for the first degree programme.

Methods of Course Units

Evaluation of each course unit consists of two parts-continuous assessment and end-semester examination. In order to be evaluated and offered a grade, a student must have completed both the continuous component and the end-semester examination.

Continuous Evaluation

Continuous assessment requires students to be evaluated at least once during a semester before the end-semester examination. All the subjects related to continuous assessment will consist of one or more of the methods such as mid-semester examinations, oral or written tests, assignments, presentations, class participation, practical tests and the like. The lecturer may decide the combination of methods of assessment to be used in a particular course. 20% out of the final marks is allotted for continuous assessments.

End-Semester Examination

It is compulsory to sit the examination conducted for each course at the end of each semester. Usually, an end-semester examination paper is set for 3 hours 80% marks are assigned for each course of the end-semester examination.

In parallel to the end-semester examination of the first year, examinations will be conducted for both compulsory English and compulsory Buddhist counseling courses. The students should participate in these lectures. This is not included in the number of credits that the students have to complete and it will also not be counted for GPA. If these subjects cannot be passed in the first year, they should be passed in another attempt before the degree is obtained.

Grading Criteria

Award of grades and their respective points of value are as follows:

Range of marks

Letter grade

Numerical value

85-100

A+

4.0

70-84

A

4.0

65-69

A-

3.7

60-64

B+

3.3

55-59

B

3.0

50-54

B-

2.7

45-49

C+

2.3

40-44

C

2.0

35-39

C-

1.7

30-34

D+

1.3

25-29

D

1.0

00-24

E

0.0

Grade Point Average(GPA)

The GPA is the credit-weighted average of the grade points of value of all the courses taken towards the degree programme. In order to calculate the GPA of an undergraduate, first, credit value of each course unit (followed by undergraduates) should be multiplied by the relevant numerical value of the grade earned by the student for each course (as indicated in the table above) then, the total amount of grade points earned should be divided by the total points of credit value.

In other words, a student's GPA is calculated by dividing the total amount of grade points earned by the total amount of credit value (compulsory course units courses are not factored in student's GPA.

An example:

The following example shows how the GPA is calculated.

A student who has completed four course units each of 4 credits and two course units each of 2 credits with grades A,B,C,D,E, and A+ respectively would have the GPA .

= 3x4.0 + 3x3.0 + 3x2.0 + 3x1.0 + 2x3.0 + 2x0.0
3+3+3+3+2+2

= 12+9+6+3+6+0
16

= 36
16

=2.25

= 2.3

To eligible to obtain the B.A. (General)  Degree, a student should have accumulated a minimum of 90 credits at the end of the course at the rate at least 30 credits in each academic year and he/she should obtain a minimum of 2.0 GPA  at the end of the course.

GPA =Total Grade Points Earned
Total Number of Credits

Repeating Examinations

A student, who receives grades of d or e, is offered the chance to upgrade that by repeating the examination in that course. The student should repeat it in the first occasion that the same course unit is offered. The student should complete the continuous evaluations/assessments of the course and marks obtained in the first chance shall not be carried forward to the repeat examinations.

The maximum grade that can be obtained for a repeat course is “C”. If a student receives a lower grade at a repeat examination than a grade received in earlier attempt, the better grade shall be retained.

Degree Courses

  • B. A. (General)  Degree
  • B. A.( Special) Degree

B.A. (General) Degree

  1. A student should complete 90 points of credit value within 3 years, by successfully completing 30 course units at one level (year).
  2. The average of 90 points of credit value should be d or a grade better than that and the GPA should be 2.0 minimum.
  3. All the above requirements should have been completed within a period of 5 years.
  4. Failure grades (E, AB) should not have been obtained.
  5. Compulsory English and compulsory Buddhist counseling subjects should have been passed.

1st Class Honors

In order to award a first class honors, a student must have:

  1. No grades below “C” for the entire degree program,
  2. Earned a GPA  of not less than 3.70 for the entire degree program,
  3. No failure grades E or ABs,
  4. Completed all the requirements within three (03) academic years,
  5. Passed all the compulsory courses.

2nd Class (Upper) Division

In order to award a second class (upper) division, a student must have:

  1. No grades below “C” for the entire degree program,
  2. Earned a GPA  of not less than 3.30 in the entire degree program,
  3. No failure grades-E or ABs,
  4. Completed all the requirements within three (03) academic years,
  5. Passed all the compulsory courses.

2nd Class (Lower) Division

In order to award a second class (lower) division, a student must have:

  1. No grades below c for the entire degree program,
  2. Earned a GPA  of not less than 3.00 in the entire degree program,
  3. No failure grades-E or ABs,
  4. Completed all the requirements within three (03) academic years,
  5. Passed all the compulsory courses.

B.A. (Special) Degree

  1. GPA obtained for all the 30 points of credit value should at least be 2.0 with grade “D” or “A” better grade for the first academic year.
  2. Grade “C” or “A” better grade for the respective 10 credit value of the subject chosen for specialization with 3.0 averages.
  3. The above pre-requisites should have been completed within one academic year.

Eligible students should submit the application forms to the respective departments.

The selection is done after a careful study of the application forms by the relevant departments and the number of students eligible to follow the degree shall be determined by the heads of the each department.

Requirements for the B.A. (Special) Degree

  1. Successfully completed a number of course units carrying a minimum of 120 points of credit value by completing 30 points of credit value at one level.
  2. Must have reached a minimum of 2.0 of GPA and the average of 120 points of credit value should be “D” or a better grade.
  3. No failure grades. (E, AB)
  4. Above requirements should be fulfilled within 5 years.
  5. Passed all the compulsory courses.

1st Class Honors

In order to award a first class honors, student must have:

  1. No grades below c for the entire degree program,
  2. Earned a GPA  of not less than 3.70 for the entire degree program,
  3. No failure grades-E or ABs,
  4. Completed all the requirements within four (04) academic years,
  5. Passed all the compulsory courses.

2nd Class (Upper) Division Honors

In order to award a second class (upper) division honors, a student must have:

  1. No grades below c for the entire degree program,
  2. Earned a GPA  of not less than 3.30 in the entire degree program,
  3. No failure grades-E or ABs,
  4. Completed all the requirements within four (04) academic years,
  5. Passed all the compulsory courses.

2nd Class (Lower) Division Honors

In order to award a second class (lower) division honors, a student must have:

  1. No grades below c for the entire degree program,
  2. Earned a GPA  of not less than 3.00 in the entire degree program,
  3. No failure grades-E or ABs,
  4. Completed all the requirements within four (04) academic years,
  5. Passed all the compulsory courses.

Advanced Certificate/ Certificate Courses

No.

Course Name
Duration

Advanced Certificate Course in Buddhist Counseling
2 years

Certificate Course in Information Communication Technology
1 year

Certificate Course / Advanced Certificate Course in English
1 year

Certificate Course / Advanced Certificate Course in Korean Language
1 year

Certificate Course / Advanced Certificate Course in Hindi Language
1 year

Certificate Course / Advanced Certificate Course in Chinese Language
1 year

Certificate Course / Advanced Certificate Course in Japanese Language
1 year

Certificate Course / Advanced Certificate Course in Tamil Language
1 year

Certificate Course / Advanced Certificate Course in French Language
1 year

On-going Certificate Course in English
1 year

 

General Rules

Valid reasons for absence from mid or end-semester examinations are mentioned bellow with coding.

  • Absent due to medical reasons. (MED)
  • Absent without valid reason (this is equivalent to failing a course)-AB
  • Absent with valid reasons and deferred, which has been approved.

Valid Reasons for Absence from an Examination

  • Severe illness, demise of an immediate family member or any other reason approved by the senate board are considered as valid reasons for students to be absent from examination.
  • Any student who has failed to appear for any examination due to serous ill-health should submit a medical certificate approved by the university medical officer to the office of the Dean of the faculty of ……, within fourteen (14) days with effect from the date of examination.
  • In the event that the medical report is accepted, the student shall receive a grade of med. This qualifies the student to take the examination again on "first attempt" basis.

Consider:

However, the student shall complete all the requirements of the course when s/he takes the examination again, including the continuous evaluation component. The senate has the final authority in deciding the kind of medical certificates to be accepted for examination purposes.

In the event of a death of an immediate family member, a certified copy of the "death certificate" and proof of relationship should be presented to the office of the Dean to be presented to the faculty board and to the senate. Under no circumstances, a "death notice" printed at the time of funeral shall be accepted as a valid document.

Leave of Absence

Students who wish to interrupt their studies at any time before graduation must obtain prior approval of the Dean. Such approvals are granted subject to the following guidelines:

  • Students are allowed to withdraw from academic work for one academic year on the basis of studying abroad, special training programs, capacity building, medical reasons and the like.
  • The faculty board shall decide other cases of request separately, one by one. It is the responsibility of the students to submit all the relevant details for consideration to the faculty board. Such submissions must be made at least one month prior to the commencement of the academic year or of the semester.
  • It is the responsibility of the student to obtain permission from scholarship committees for getting extensions. In such cases, the minimum period of one month specified above may not be sufficient to obtain permission from both the faculty board and such scholarship boards. Therefore, students must start the process of obtaining approval well in advance before their actual withdrawal date.
  • Students must return all the library books before they go on leave and they may not use university facilities during their leave of absence.
  • A student who obtains leave of absence for a specified period of time should report back to the faculty and the university immediately after returning from such leave.

They must make sure to register for the courses with all the other students during the regular registration period in order to restart their studies at the university.

Attendance of Students in Lectures

Attendance Requirement

Students are eligible to sit for their final (end-semester) examination only if they fulfill the following two conditions in each semester.

  • Students must have participated in the continuous assessments part (assignments, tutorials mid-semester tests and so on, relevant to the evaluation process.)
  • Students must have participated in lectures in the following way:

    1. Semester 1, first year - 60 per cent or above
    2. Semester 2, first year - 80 per cent or above
    3. Second year and above - 80 per cent or above

Method of Taking Attendance

  • Attendance of students in lectures is counted at department level by the lecturer in charge of each course with the assistance of tutors.

Informing Students about Their Class Attendance

Students are informed whether they are eligible to sit for the final (end-semester) examination immediately after the identification of students' poor attendance. Students who have not fulfilled the necessary attendance requirement can appeal to the Dean, of the related faculty, informing the reasons for their weak attendance for lectures. However, requests of the students committed dishonesty are not considered by the appeal board.

The students whose appeals are rejected by the appeal board can sit for the examination in the relevant semester of the following year or can take the examination, later, as repeat students, subjects, subject to all other criteria of the faculty.

Effective Date of the Degree

The effective date of the degree shall be the last day of the examination period of third year second semester in case of the B.A. (General) Degree, and forth year second semester in case of the B.A. (Special) Degree.

Fees That Will Be Charged for Repeated Sittings for A Referred

Question paper and for a part of the degree

The First Examination in Arts

  • Examination fee for one subject - Rs. 150/-
  • Examination for two or more subjects- Rs. 400/-

General Arts and Special Arts Degree Parts 

  • Examination fee for one subject - Rs. 200/-
  • Examination fee for two or more subjects - Rs. 450/-

Prizes and scholarships

  1. Mahopadyaya Golden Award.
    This has been established by most Ven. Dr. KakkapalliyeAnuruddhaThero, the first mahopadyayathero. Therefore this will be awarded to the graduate selected as the cleverest student of the year having obtained first class honors degree at the B.A. (Special) Degree examination. In the instance where GPA of the recipients of first class honors is the same, the award is distributed equally among the students.
  2. H.M. Thisera Memorial Award.
    This award has been established on 29.11.1984 by Mrs.  Thisera& her children in memory of late Mr.  H.M. Thisera, first registrar ofBuddhist &Pali University of Sri Lanka and it is awarded to the student receiving a GPA of 3.3 or above at the B.A. (General) Degree examination in English medium. In the instance where GPA is same, the award is distributed equally among the students.
  3. P. Subasinghe Award.
    This award has been established by Mr.  P. Subasinghe, first bursar of the Buddhist &Pali University of Sri Lanka to invoke merit on his late parents Mr. &Mrs. Subasinghe and it will be awarded to the highest mark recipient of the year at the certificate course in English. "An average of 60% or higher marks should have been obtained for the relevant course / subjects to claim this award". In the instance where an average of the marks is same, this award is distributed equally among the students.
  4. Pimbure Sri Wageeswara Mahanayaka Memorial Award.
    This award which has been established by the most Ven.KatugahahenaDammapalaThero in memory of his teachers will be awarded to the student scoring a GPA of 3.3 or above for the paper, Pali language and literature at the B.A. (Special)Degree examination. In the instance where GPA is same, this award is distributed equally among the students.
  5. Kalukodayawe Sri Pannasekara Mahanayaka Thero Award.
    This award which has been established by the most Ven. KatuheneDhammapalaThero in memory of his teachers will be awarded to the highest mark recipient at the B.A.(Special) Degreeexamination for Buddhist Philosophy. “GPA of 3.3 or above is needed to obtain for the relevant course or subjects to claim this award.” In the instance where GPA is same, the award is distributed equally among the students.
  6. MulinLiyange Memorial Award.
    This award has been established on 16/08/1984 by Mr.  W. P. Liyanage residing in London in memory of his mother Mrs.  Mulin with a donation of two thousand rupees (Rs.2000/=) and it will be presented to the highest marks recipient for the paper, Buddhism& Scientific Thought – BUPH41183(c) under the course Buddhist Philosophy at the first semester examination of the B.A. (Special) Degree examination. The GPA for this subject should be 3.3 or above. Instance where grade value of the paper is same, award is provided to the student who obtained highest GPA in the relevant semester. If this GPA also same, the award is presented to the student who obtain highest marks for the subject. If the subject marks also same, the award is distributed equally.
  7. Most. Ven. SirimalwatteAnanda Mahanayaka Memorial Award.
    This award has been established on 01/01/1990 with a donation of rs.70, 000/= received by Ven.MapalagamaWipulasara Thero from Dharmacharya Mr. Kon Hu, a Buddhist leader in HongKong. This was awarded to the highest marks recipient for the paper, Historical Approaches to Academic Study of Religions –REST 41203 (c) under the course Religious Studies and Comparative Philosophy at the first semester examination fourth year. In the instance where highest grade value is same, the award is presented to the student who has obtained highest marks for the subject. If those marks also same, the award is distributed equally. The student receiving the highest GPA for the two papers, Field Archeology ARCH 31123 and the Indian Architecture ARCH 31103 at the third year first semester examination for B.A.(Special/General) Degreeexaminations. When the GPA is same, the student who has obtained highest average mark for the above two subjects is awarded. However, if that average mark is also same, the award is distributed equally.
  8. Korean Nationalist Hay John Swamindra Scholarship.
    This scholarship has been established with a donation of us$ 2000/= to Mahopadyaya Fund by Korean nationalist Hay John Swamindra. This is awarded for the domestic students who obtain highest marks for Pali Language&Literature, Buddhist Philosophy &Buddhist culture at the third year first & second semester examination of the B.A. (Special) Degree. The GPA of 3.3 or above need to obtain for the relevant subjects. In the instance where, semester grade point averages are same, the award is distributed equally.
  9. Francis Hewavidana Award.
    This award has been established on 23/07/1986 utilizing the donation of rs.25, 000/= made available to the Buddhist &Pali University of Sri Lanka by Mr.  J. Hewavidana, Eigodella, Pitakatuwana, Kamburupitiya. Students of the third year second semester of B.A. (Special/ General) degree are entitled for this. However the award is presented to four students who are fluent in conducting Damma sermons in English Language.
  10. Ven. BaduraliyeJinarama Thero Memorial Scholarship.
    This scholarship has been established on 16/09/1986 utilizing a donation of rs.10,000/= made available to the Buddhist & Pali  University of Sri Lanka by the former president r. Premadasa through Sucharitha Movement and it will be awarded to the highest GPA recipient to the paper Sanskrit Poetic Criticisms SANS 32133 (c) at the B.A.(Special/ General) Degree. The GPA of the student should be 3.3 or above. When the GPA values are same, the award is presented to the student who has obtained highest marks for above subject. If the highest marks are also same for two students, then the award is equally distributed.
  11. Ven. HeenatiyanaDammaloka Thero Memorial Scholarship.
    This award has been established on 16/09/1986 with a donation of Rs. 10,000/= made to the fund of the Buddhist &Pali University of Sri Lanka, by former president R. Premadasa through his Sucharitha Movement and it is awarded to the student scoring highest GPA for the papers study of Pali Sources II (Methods of Buddhist Meditation) PALI 31103&Pali prakrit Inscriptions & Chronicles PALI 32163 at the B.A. (General) Degree. The GPA of the student should be 3.3 or above. If the highest GPA values are same for two students, the award is presented to the student who has obtained highest average marks. In the instance where this mark is also same, award is distributed equally.
  12. Kumbuke Don Sanis Appuhamy & Wanniarachcilage Josthina Fonseka Memorial Award.
    This prize is awarded to the student receiving the highest marks for two papers of the subject of Law & Ethics ARCH 41173 and Heritage Management ARCH 41193 of the fourth year first semester examination of the B.A.(Special) degree programme. The GPA of the student should be 3.3or above. If the grade point averages are same for two students, the award is presented to the student who has obtained highest average marks. If the average mark is also same, the award is distributed equally.
  13. Ven. (Dr) Thumbulle Seelakkandha Thero Award.
    This prize was established by Ven. Prof. ThumbulleSeelakkandhaThero, former vice chancellor of the Buddhist &Pali University of Sri Lanka & chief incumbent of Sri Sumangala Viharaya, Wariyapola by donating Rs. 10,000/= to award for the student having obtained first or second class (upper) division pass having studied Pali & Literature course at the B.A. (Pali Special) Degree examination in English medium. The student should score a GPA of 3.3 or above. In the instance where GPA is same, the award is distributed equally.
  14. Sir Cyril De Soyza Memorial Schorlaship (Pali).
    This scholarship fund was established on 26/01/2006 by the Kalutara Bodhi Trust to award a sum of Rs. 10,000/= annually to the student receiving the highest GPA for the papers of Pali Language & Literature at the first & second semester examinations in the first year. When the GPA values are same for two students, award is presented to the student who has obtained highest average marks. In the instance where that value also same, the award is distributed equally.
  15. Sir Cyril De Soyza Memorial Schorlaship (Buddhist Philosophy).
    This scholarship fund was established on 26/01/2006 by the Kalutara Bodhi Trust to award a sum of Rs.10,000/= annually to the student receiving the highest GPA for the papers of Buddhist Philosophy at the first & second semester examinations at first year. When the GPA values are same for students, award is presented to the student who has obtained highest average marks. In the instance where that value also same, the award is distributed equally.
  16. GamaniJayasooriya Pali Scholarship.
    This scholarship fund was established on 31/05/2005 by Mr.  Anandajayasooriya, Mr.  Prasannajayasooriya&Mrs.  Devikavidyaratne in memory of their late father, gaminijayasooriya to grant scholarships, rs.2500/= each totally rs.7500/= annually to three students who are scoring the highest marks for the subject of Pali  at the following B.A.degree examinations of the buddhist and Pali  university of sri lanka.
  17. Awarded to the bikku student receiving the highest grade values for the paper Pali Language& Literature in sinhala medium at the first & second semester examination of the second year for B.A. (General) Degree. If the grade values are same for the students, the award is presented to the bikku student who has achieved highest marks for Pali papers. In the instance where that mark is also same, the award is distributed equally.
  18. Awarded to the bikku student receiving the highest grade value for the paper Pali Language& Literature in English medium at the first & second semester examination of the second year, B.A. (General) Degree. If the grade values for the students are equal, it is awarded to the bikku student who has achieved highest marks for the subject. In the instance where the highest mark is also same, the award is distributed equally.
  19. Awarded to the bikku student receiving the highest GPA for all the papers in Pali Language& Literatureat the second semester examination of the second year, B.A. (Special) degree. The GPA value should be 3.3 or above. If the GPA values are same, the award is presented to the bikku student who has obtained highest average mark. If the highest average mark is also same, the award is distributed equally.
  20. N. Somilawathie Belgodapitiya Scholarship.
    This scholarship fund was established in 1991 by the public trustee department to award sum of Rs. 9000/= annually to two student monks having obtained the highest GPA for the subjects of BUCU 11013 Buddhist Culture – Historical Background &BUCU 12023 Buddhist Culture – Fundamental Studies at the first year first &second semester examination for the B.A.(Special) Degree programme. If the GPA values are same, award is presented for the student who has obtained highest average marks. In the instance where that mark is also same, the award is distributed equally.
  21. VenaludeniyaPannananda Thero Memorial Pali Grammar Award.
    This prize was established on 20/10/2006 with a donation of fifty thousand rupees (Rs.50,000/=) made by Ven. Senior Prof. WegamaPiyarathana Thero, former vice chancellor of the Buddhist & Pali  University of Sri Lanka who being the disciple of the Late Most Ven. AludeniyaPannananda Thero, former chief incumbent of Bujaslena Raja Mahaviharaya, Weuda in memory of the letter and it is awarded to  two students scoring the highest GPA for the paper on PALI 11013 Pali Writing & Communicative Tradition at the first year first semester examination and the paper on PALI 12023 context of Pali Literatureat the first year second semester examination in both Sinhala&English medium. The GPA should be 3.3 or above. If the GPA is equal for students, the award is presented to highest average mark obtained student. However if that mark is also same for students, the award is distributed equally.
  22. Ven. Prof. MoratuweSasanarathana Anunayaka Thero Memorial Award Fund.
    A sum of Rs. 10,000/= has been donated to the university by Ven. Prof Kahapola Sugatharathana Anunayaka Thero being disciple monk of the late most Ven. Prof. MoratuweSasanarathana Anunayaka Thero in his  memory. This prize is awarded to the student receiving the highest GPA for the paper on SANS 11013 Sanskrit Language & Literature at the first year first semester examination and the paper on SANS 12023 Sanskrit Grammar & Introduction to Sanskrit Literature at the first year second semester examination. The GPA should be 3.3 or above. If the GPA is equal for students, the award is presented to highest average mark obtained student. However, if that mark is also same for students, the award is distributed equally.
  23. Most Ven. VerallaneWimalatissa Nayaka Thero Memorial Award.
    Thisprize was established with a donation of Rs.10, 000/= made available by the Ven. SastrapathiBaragama Wimaladamma Thero being a disciple monk of the most Ven. Late Werallane Wimalatissa Nayaka Thero in his memory & it is awarded to the student receiving the highest grade value for the paper BUPH 12023 Study of Early Buddhist Doctrines at the first year second semester examination. In the instance where the highest grade value is also same, the award is given to the student who achieved highest marks. However, if that mark also same for students, the award is distributed equally.
  24. 21. Ven. VitharandeniyeChandajothi Nayaka Thero Memorial Award.
    This award has been established with a donation of one hundred thousand (Rs.100,000/=) made available to the university by Ven. Prof. ItthademaliyeIndasara Thero, former vice chancellor of the Buddhist & Pali  University of Sri Lanka being a disciple monk of Ven. PandithVitharandeniya Chandajothi Nayaka Thero, chief  judicial prelate of the Colombo, Nawa Koralaya & chief incumbent of Sri Sambuddaloka Viharaya Colombo in his memory &  the interest on it is awarded to the best three students on equal value who obtain first or second class upper division pass for papers on Buddhist Philosophy, Buddhist Culture &Pali Language & Literature with GPA of 3.3 or above at the B.A.(Special) Degree examination. When there are two or more first class or second class upper division degree holders, the highest final GPA student is awarded. In the instance where, that mark also same, the award is distributed equally.

22. Prof. Oliver Abeynayaka Award.

  • This fund has been established by Prof. Oliver Abenayaka to award the scholarship to the student receiving the highest GPA for the papers under the course of Buddhist Philosophy at the fourth year second semester examination of the B.A. (Special) Degree programme. This does not include the individual dissertation. If the GPA values are same for students, the award is presented to the student who has achieved highest average marks. In the instance where that mark also same, the award is distributed equally.

23. Ven. Thichthien Son Abhinandana Pali Award.

  • This scholarship fund has been established on 08/12/2008 with a donation of Rs. 50,000/= by the chief incumbent of the Vietnam Buddhist Viharaya in Germany called "Pagoda Hpat Hue" and out of the interest  of the fund, cash prizes are  to be awarded to the student receiving the highest GPA in Sinhala and English medium for the paper PALI 11013 Pali Writing And Communicative Tradition at the first year first semester examination and for the paperPALI 12023 content on Pali  Literature at the first year second semester examination. When the GPA values are equal, the award is presented to the student with highest average mark. In the instance, where that mark also same, the award is distributed equally.
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24. H. M. GunetilakeBandara Herath, P.M.G.R. Punchimenike Scholarship Fund.

  • A scholarship fund with a donation of Rs.100, 000/= has been established Prof.(Mrs) H.M.Y.V.K.Herath, Department of Archeology,Buddhist & Pali  University of Sri Lanka  in the name of Mr.  H.M. Gunethilake Bandara Herath & the retired teacher Mrs.  P.M.G.R. Punchimenike Gamlath residing at No.3217,Dalugalla, Ampitiya, Kandy & it is awarded to the student receiving the highest GPA with first class division pass at the B.A.(Special) Degree programme. When the GPA values are same, the award is distributed equally.

25. Ven. BanagalaUpatissa Nayaka Thero Award.

  • This scholarship fund has been established with a donation of Rs. 100,000/= made available by Ven. Banagala Upatissa Nayaka Thero of the Sri Lanka Mahabodhi Society to award a prize out of the interest of the fund to the student who has completed the B.A. (Special) Degree programme receiving the highest grade point average. If the GPA is same for students, the award is equally divided.

26. AnagarikaDharmapala Memorial Scholarship.

  • This scholarship has been established as one component of the national festival held to mark the 150 birth anniversary of late Anagarika Dharmapala in keeping with the letter dated 28/11/2013 of Ven. BanagalaUpatissa Nayaka Thero, Chairman, Mahabodhi Society of the Agrasrawaka Maha Viharaya, Colombo 10. Accordingly it has been decided to award a gold medel and a certificate of merit to the student scoring the highest GPA for the paper, Pali Language& Literature of the fourth year at the B.A. (Special) degree programme. When the grade point averages are same for the students, the award is presented to the student who has achieved highest average mark. In the instance where that mark also same, the award is distributed equally.
  •  Ven. Hemmathagama Sri Siddhartha Nayaka Thero Award.
  • This scholarship is awarded for the student who has achieved highest grade value for the subject REST 32133 Religion & Contemporary Issues at the B.A. (General/Special) Degree examination at third year second semester English or Sinhala medium. If the grade values are same for the students, the award is presented to the student who has achieved highest marks. In the instance where that mark also same, the award is distributed equally.
  • Most Ven. Madihe Pannaseeha Mahanayaka Thero Memorial Scholarship Fund.
  • This scholarship is awarded for the student who has achieved the highest average value for all the papers in Buddhist Philosophy at the B.A. (General) Degree examination at the third year first and second semesters. If the average values are same for the students, the award is distributed equally.
  • 29. Most Ven. Ampitiye Sri Rahula Nayaka Thero Abinandana Scholarship Fund.
  • This scholarship is awarded for the student who has achieved the highest average value for all the papers in Pali subject at the B.A. (General) Degree examination at the third year first & second semesters. If the average values are same for the students, the award is distribute equally.
  • 30. Ven. WegamaPiyarathana Nayaka Thero Abinandana Scholarship Fund (Pali).
  • This scholarship is awarded for the student who has achieved the highest average value for all the papers in Pali subject at the B.A. (General) Degree examination at the third year first & second semesters. If the average values are same for the students, the award is distributed equally.
  • 31. Ven. KurunegodaPiyatissa Nayaka Thero Award.
  • This scholarship is awarded for the student who has achieved the highest GPA for the papers ENGL 21073 – Poetry, ENGL 21083 Making of English& its Structure at second year first semester and ENGL22133 Introduction To History Of EnglishLiterature, ENGL 22143 Fiction at second year second semester in B.A. (General/ Special) Degree. The GPA should be 3.3 or above. If the GPA values are same, the award is presented for the student who has obtained highest marks for the subjects. In the instance where that mark is also same, the award is distributed equally.
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  • 32. T.M.J.B. Thennakoon Memorial Award.

This scholarship is awarded for the student who has achieved the highest GPA for the subject ENGL 32213 Internship & Electronic Portfolio in EnglishLanguage Teaching at third year second semester, B.A.(General/ Special) Degree examination. The GPA should be 3.3 or above. When the GPA values are same, the award is presented for the student who has obtained highest marks. In the instance where, that mark also same the award is equally distributed

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