A/L educational television lessons on Sirasa TV

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Updated 2013: Read Sirasa A3 New series telecasted during March – August 2013.
http://studentlanka.com/2013/03/01/sirasa-a3-program/

Sirasa TV started an educational program series for GCE Advanced Level students, telecast early morning from 5.00- 6.00 am. Leading professional teachers conduct lessons in this 30 minute program series, which started from third week of July 2010. The program is titled as A3.

Time table:

Monday –
5 am Combined Mathematics (Dushyantha Mahabaduge); 5.30 am Physics (Amith Pusella)
Tuesday –
5 am Chemistry (K Siri Vithanage); 5.30 am Biology (Hiran Amarasekera)

Wednesday-
5 am Accounting (Kumudu Liyanage); 5.30 am Business Studies (Bandara Dissanayake)
Thursday –
5 am Economics (Bandara Dissanayake); 5.30 am General English (Pujitha Wijesinghe)
Friday –
5 am Sinhala (Senarathna Kariyawasam); 5.30 am Political Science (Dinesh Idruse)
Saturday –
5 am Geography (Leonard Kumaragamage); 5.30 am History (Venarable Rahula)
Sunday –
5 am Logic (Anuradha Abeysekera); 5.30 am Buddihist Civilization- BC (Venarable Malimbada Pannasara)

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  1. Akila Aroshana April 10, 2013 at 1:47 pm -  Reply

    No one can teach like Prasanna Baddewithana. He is the teacher who makes the most amount of Chemistry “A”s a year. And also Nirosh Chaminda, one of the greatest Com.Maths teachers in Sri Lanka. The other one is Physics. Tilni De Silva is the best of it. His experience shows his excellence
    These 3 theachers makes our future a success…thank you all for your amazing teaching…!
    I would like to tell sirasa tv to bring these teachers to A3 program. And also, I have to tell this, A3 progame will be more fruitful if you stop advertising in that short period of time. Thank you.

  2. Akila Aroshana April 10, 2013 at 1:45 pm -  Reply

    No one can teach like Prasanna Baddewithana. He is the teacher who makes the most amount of Chemistry “A”s a year. And also Nirosh Chaminda, one of the greatest Com.Maths teachers in Sri Lanka. The other one is Physics. Tilni De Silva is the best of it.
    These 3 theachers makes our future a succes…thank you all for your amazing teaching…!
    I would like to tell sirasa tv to bring these teachers to A3 program. And also, I have to tell this, A3 progame will be more fruitful if you stop advertising in that short period of time. Thank you.

  3. vidura November 18, 2011 at 2:26 pm -  Reply

    Pussella and Dushyantha sir is the best…..Keep it up sir……But K Siri Vithanage not best teacher……Srinath wickramasingha is the best

  4. Name August 3, 2011 at 9:34 pm -  Reply

    senarathna sir is the best…………….

  5. Shazna April 7, 2011 at 3:20 pm -  Reply

    a3 program is realy good. can i know the correct shadual of the program of economics, accounting, business studies & english. plz send me soon.

    • Hiran April 7, 2011 at 9:42 pm -  Reply

      A/L educational television lessons on Sirasa TV
      Jul 20, 201019 Commentsby Hiran

      (Updated September 2009) Sirasa TV started an educational program series for GCE Advanced Level students, telecast early morning from 5.00- 6.00 am. Leading professional teachers conduct lessons in this 30 minute program series, which started from third week of July 2010. The program is titled as A3.

      Time table:
      Monday –
      5 am Combined Mathematics (Dushyantha Mahabaduge); 5.30 am Physics (Amith Pusella)
      Tuesday –
      5 am Chemistry (K Siri Vithanage); 5.30 am Biology (Hiran Amarasekera)

      Wednesday-
      5 am Accounting (Kumudu Liyanage); 5.30 am Business Studies (Bandara Dissanayake)
      Thursday –
      5 am Economics (Bandara Dissanayake); 5.30 am General English (Pujitha Wijesinghe)
      Friday –
      5 am Sinhala (Senarathna Kariyawasam); 5.30 am Political Science (Dinesh Idruse)
      Saturday –
      5 am Geography (Leonard Kumaragamage); 5.30 am History (Venarable Rahula)
      Sunday –
      5 am Logic (Anuradha Abeysekera); 5.30 am Buddihist Civilization- BC (Venarable Malimbada Pannasara)

  6. sajana nisansala. February 19, 2011 at 8:28 am -  Reply

    I want help to do my A/l exam from yhis A3 programe on sirasa tv.Can I contact those who are subject that sinhala,history & logic.i ‘m from bandarawela.my school is bandarawela vishaka girls school.can i take that earlier programes which showed on sirasa tv @4>00 am.pleaz can u do that sent a message me for my emai address>this is my email address sajanab86@gmail.com.i like this programe very much.it help us to our education easy.

    • Hiran February 20, 2011 at 10:33 pm -  Reply

      sajana nisansala- I do not think you can get earlier programs. watch from the current program.

  7. sadatharakahiruni November 5, 2010 at 9:43 am -  Reply

    i like this channel & a3 progame.good…………

  8. pradeep August 25, 2010 at 8:31 am -  Reply

    This is the Real Peoples Chanel.
    and this programmed is best
    than other programmers we like it but i want 2catch up a missed lesson on commerce . i cant download those videos how can i get it ?

  9. Ranija August 22, 2010 at 9:47 pm -  Reply

    Sir I need 2010 A/L answers. How can I get it?

  10. Chenenka August 22, 2010 at 8:22 pm -  Reply

    i want 2catch up a missed lesson on geography bt i dnt knw hw to do it….cn some one help me plzzzz……

    • Hiran August 22, 2010 at 10:12 pm -  Reply

      Sirasa might repeat them. But follow the program from now on. New starts for new syllabus starts from September 2010.

  11. Dilny August 18, 2010 at 7:19 pm -  Reply

    Maxa prog.

  12. Kusum August 18, 2010 at 7:17 pm -  Reply

    Sevaral sirasa A3 A/L exam tips were correct.
    eg. Econ GSP+, Biology – importance of gene technology, plant hormones et.
    Keep up your good work.

  13. vishwa August 2, 2010 at 8:55 pm -  Reply

    It is very important us.because it is a good program.

  14. shanuki July 29, 2010 at 10:02 pm -  Reply

    Nice programs. Keep it up.

  15. BR July 27, 2010 at 4:42 pm -  Reply

    Best ECON & BUS class for Edexcel/Cambridge A/S A Level in Colombo. Lecturer from one of the oldest and leading International Schools in Colombo. Modern teaching methods, easy concepts and tips to understand and remember. Use of technology to explain complex theories and Individual Learning Plans for each student. A new approach to learning! First time in Sri Lanka. Success is guaranteed! Call and reserve your seat (maximum 50 students only) 0778755108

  16. Prasanga Perera July 26, 2010 at 1:07 pm -  Reply

    Watch Sirasa A3 Physics program by Amith Pussella

  17. Kanchana July 26, 2010 at 10:53 am -  Reply

    It , s very important us.

  18. Rohitha Sampath July 26, 2010 at 9:27 am -  Reply

    It is interesting to see Sirasa is going for educational programs. Rupavahini once conduced successful a/l programs, but later abandoned. Now ITN has some programs, amd NIE conducts programs for Dialog TV but those are monotonous and consume lots of valuable tv time by presenting simple boring facts.

    A3 program format is better than other channels. Popular tuition teachers are better presenters. It seems Sirasa has done it again by doing things correct with educational programs also.
    This program series is very valuable to students. Even parents can guide children to watch these programs.

  19. Samantha Hettiarachchi July 26, 2010 at 9:13 am -  Reply

    Sirasa Rox.

  20. MuhammedRihab July 25, 2010 at 10:10 am -  Reply

    Tnx loads for the infO sir.

  21. Senaka July 22, 2010 at 5:51 am -  Reply

    Nice program. Educational and interesting to watch.

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