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Over 5000 pass Korean exam

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At least 5302 candidates or 21.84 percent of those who sat for the Korean language Proficiency examination have passed, the Foreign Employment Bureau said.

The Proficiency test, held on the 30th and 31st of October, is the primary criteria for persons to be employed in South Korea. The Bureau intends to summon those successful at the examination for job interviews.

Some 29583 persons registered for the examination in August this year and 24276 persons sat for the examination. The results can be accessed through the following websites; www.EPS.go.kr and www.slbfe.lk.  (DS)

 
 

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-23+29 # Knight RIder 2010-11-18 16:17
It would be nice if the Sinhalese people first learn to speak Tamil at least they can then have a smooth communication within their country. They never had Arabic exams to send people to the middle east ?
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-16+23 # spark 2010-11-18 17:09
A true Sri Lankan should be able to speak in all three languages (Sinhala, Tamil & English). Unfortunately we have here is majority racists who are ready to dispise anything that does not belong to his race or religeon.
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-4+5 # knight Rider 2010-11-19 15:46
@Spark, the negative votes on our comments proves your point to be absolutely correct.
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-6+15 # Gobbaya 2010-11-18 18:15
Do you know that Sri Lankan civil servant servants (including Doctors) working in Tamil dominated areas have to pass a "spoken Tamil" exam already?
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-5+23 # Calistus Jayatilleke 2010-11-18 17:57
Very soon, all Sri Lankans will have to learn Chinese anyway.
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-1+4 # KamalaBandu Balakaya 2010-11-19 14:08
We are too late, the British government (your colonial worshipers) has already included Chinese language to their school curriculum as they know the future trend.
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-3+20 # Ibnu Batuta 2010-11-18 18:36
Learning an additional language, whatever it may be, is good.
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-1+1 # zorro 2010-11-19 14:09
Of course, no question but we should create jobs in SL and not sending our potential intellectuals to develop the economy of other countries; this way we are going to be exporters of man power and dependents of other economies; not self sufficient. What happens if south Korea do not want to have our guys are we going to learn Malay or Chinese?
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-4+3 # Rohan 2010-11-19 15:11
When I studied Moratuwa uni most of the forms were in SINHALA olnly. We need to pay people to fill these forms. Look at the bus sign board in Colombo only in SInhala. God save Tamil language in Srilanka rohan
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-1+8 # sumal 2010-11-21 10:56
10014392
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-2+4 # siraj mohmmed nizar 2010-11-21 11:50
how to find result
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-2+4 # ruwan kumara 2012-10-23 12:13
dr sri lanka 2012 korean exam result out date?
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