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SLIC Suba Pathum 2018 second awarding ceremony in Matara


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The second event of the 2018 Suba Pathum awarding ceremony was successfully held at Baudhdha Vidyalaya Matara on 14 November, to be followed by another 16 regional awarding ceremonies island-wide.

SLIC Suba Pathum Scholarship Scheme, initiated with the aim to inspire and appreciate the future generation of Sri Lanka, launched its 2018 chapter earlier this November for the 4th consecutive time.

The Scholarship Scheme presents cash rewards to the students for academic excellence, and over the past years, it has proven to be a strength for the scholarship holders to achieve more.

SLIC Suba Pathum Scholarship Scheme presents 300 scholarships in total (per annum) for those who achieve the top rankings at District level (for Grade 5 Scholarship & O/L examination), National level (for A/L examination in Bio/Mathematics/Commerce & Arts streams).

This scheme is open for all children of Sri Lanka, irrespective of whether or not he/she is a child of a SLIC Life policyholder. However, there will be extended benefits if the scholarship recipient’s parents/guardian holds a SLIC Life policy.


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