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The school started since 1952. The school was started in a small hut with 3 teachers. The administration office was situated in Batticaloa. Next a building was acquired to the school from the Galoya Development board. The school was Sinhala and Tamil medium school. School was called as Inginiyagala Maha Vidyalaya and in 70’s it was renamed as D.S Senanayaka ...
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Due to limited internet connection speed, we were unable to upload more pictures,videos and audios to the net. Most of you asked us to upload them. Thank you very much for interesting us!
There was busy the city around two weeks up to now. Most companies had organised many sale points. So, the city prices were competitive. The town council and the chamber of commerce had organized various functions at the town hall ground with mega music events since a week.
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Mr. Pradeep Jayalath, who is a presenter in the Uva Fm, conducted a workshop on the topic of communication and media studies recently.
Plan International in Monaragala in Sri Lanka donated fully equipped radio studio to the school. By using this equipments we are to launch a testing radio transmission to get the experience to the children. The station is called Digamadulu FM.
Professor Sarath Wijesooriya did a great lecture to the parents to take care of the children to become good citizens. The event was held on 27th of March 2012. The lecture was recorded and transmitted through the Uva FM.
An arts workshop was conducted by Mr. Bandara who is the teacher instructor of Ampara zonal education office. Twenty five of the selected children was participated to this event.
The sport meet was held recently. The chief guest was zonal director of education, Bibile, Sri Lanka. The old boys association helped very much to success the event.
Media unit of the Inginiyagala D.S Senanayaka Maha Vidyalaya in Ampara, produced a radio program to transmit via Uva FM (98.4) in Bandarawela in Sri Lanka. Listen to the podcast
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