Commissioner General of Examinations Sanath Poojitha stated that the process of releasing the results is in the final stages.
The Commissioner General of Examinations stated that due to the prevalence of the coronavirus, the results will not be posted to schools.
He said that accordingly, a methodology will be put in place to distribute the result sheets to the principals of schools.
The Zonal Director of Education and the Provincial Director of Education will likewise be provided with unique passwords and usernames to enable them to access online results.
The Commissioner General of Examinations stated that candidates can obtain the results by visiting the website www.doenets.lk and obtaining a temporary result certificate.
The Commissioner General of Examinations Sanath Poojitha further stated that a limited staff of the Department of Examinations has been used to issue the results and follow the instructions of the Director General of Health Services.
Last year 2019, 17,008 candidates sat the GCE O / L examination in 4,987 centers