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Encyclopedia > Hartley College

Hartley College, Point Pedro, Sri Lanka.

It was founded in 1838. It was named after the missionary and the Wesleyan priest Rev Hartley.

Ex-Speaker of the Sri Lankan Parliament K. B. Rathnayake was one of the school alumni.

The College has established its glory as a frontier scholarly institution worldwide. The College has continuously excelled with unparalleled academic performance in island-wide examinations and has produced thousands of professionals notablely in the fields of Engineering, Medicine, Arts and Science. Students are also actively involved in sports such as Cricket, Football, Volleyball, as well as Athletics.

Hartleyites are found in the top echelons of all disciplines and walks of life with eminence and outstanding ability, such as Prof. C. J. Eliezer, Prof. A. Thurairajah and Prof. A. Veluppillai. At present there are several professors like George Fernandez (University of Nevada Reno), M. Mahadevan (University of Arkansas /Lousiana) and S. Mahendrarajah (Australian National University), D. Thambapillai (University of Wollongong) and Gunaratnam (University of New South Wales) are all alumni of Hartley College.

External links

  • Hartley College Website



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