Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Funeral of educationist R.I.T. Alles

Renowned Educationist R.I.T.Alles – His final journey

Renowned Educationist R.I.T.Alles – His final journey
The final rites of renowned educationalist, the late R.I.T. Alles will take place today.
Large crowds including politicians arrived at the residence of late R.I.T. Alles to pay their last respects on Sunday. Renowned educationalist,  R.l.T. Alles was 81 years old at the time of his demise.
The funeral committee notes that the final rites of the late R.I.T. Alles will be performed at 2 o’ clock on Monday afternoon at Gateway College, located at number 185 , down Koswatte Road in Rajagiriya.
Later the cortege of the late R.l.T Alles will proceed to the Borella Cemetery. The Funeral Committee has requested all those who wish to be present at the funeral ceremony to be present at Gateway College.


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Monday, March 18, 2013

GZC PPA Family Day Out 2013

Meet co Zahirians and Recap those joyful days.

Every year the Association holds a PPA Family Day Out open to ALL former students of the school. You don't have to be a member of the Association to attend and it's a great way to get to know other former students as well as meet up with people that you may have known during your time at the school. 

This year's outing will be on Sunday the  May 5th 2013 at Wijaya Holiday Resorts 
Details, including a ticket request follow :

Tickets Priced as
Adults Rs 1750.00, Kids Rs 850.00
Further details
Rushdi - 0777900274, Irfan - 0777875090, Imtiyaz - 0777374745, 

Thursday, March 14, 2013

City and Guilds Student Recognition Program


Mr. Mufthy Hashim the Regional Manager for City and Guilds South Asia rolled out a student recognition program which came into effect from 2013 January. All students with a First Class Pass at any of the following exams at any level.

Young Learners Exams
  • YESOL : Level 1 & 2
  • YSESOL : Level 1 & 2
General English Exams
  • IESOL : A2, B1, B2, C1, C2
  • ISESOL: A2, B1, B2, C1, C2 
Candidates from each province in Sri Lanka we operate will receive a medal for their achievement at our exams. Visit your nearest City and Guilds approved center or Call Us on 011361427/8


Monday, January 7, 2013

Father wants to make her name public.

Father of Indian student who died after gang rape wants to make her name public

The father of a 23-year-old student who died after being gang raped on a bus in India says he wants her name to be made public to help other sexual assault victims.
"My daughter didn't do anything wrong, she died while protecting herself," the father told Britain’s Sunday People newspaper, according to Reuters. “Revealing her name will give courage to other women who have survived these attacks. They will find strength from my daughter."

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/01/06/father-indian-student-who-died-after-rape-wants-daughter-name-to-be-revealed-to/#ixzz2HMch4G5Q

733 rapes in 2011

Haryana, India (CNN) -- She's just 16 years old and one month ago was about to sit her final-year exams when she says she was shoved into a car and gang-raped by eight men in a small village in the Indian state of Haryana.
I remember being driven by the canal, all the guys were standing there then four more boys came on a motorbike," said the teenager, who had been hoping to be the first female high school graduate in her family.

"There were approximately 12 men. Eight men raped me, they then fed me a pill, they filmed the whole thing and left."
The teenager kept her ordeal secret for 10 days before her mother noticed something was wrong.
"She would just lie in bed all day, she wouldn't talk, she wouldn't eat, I thought she was ill. Those rapists had threatened to kill our family and show the video to the entire village if she opened her mouth," she said.

The 16-year-old's mother also remained silent.
"People told me to forget about what had happened. They said this is a matter of your daughter's reputation. Who will marry her if people find out she was raped? Let it be, don't make a big deal," she said.