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Following in the footsteps of free education pioneer C.W.W.Kannangara, the government launched free medical insurance scheme “Sisu Suraksha” for the 4.5 million students in the country. The scheme will be effective from October 1, 2017 in parallel with World Children’s Day covering all students in
All 1st places will be qualified to attend the National Level competitions.
Ahamed Umar Sahan Nethmina of Grade 8 Sinhala medium received a cash prize of Rs.10,000/- and a certificate from the President His Excellency Mathripala Sirisena for winning the 3rd place in the competition conducted in connection with World Postal Day by Sri Lanka Postal Department
The Fifth Founders’ Day Oration coinciding with 125 years of the existence of Zahira College was delivered by Mr M.M.Zuhair PC, a distinguished Old Boy of Zahira and former Chairman of the Board of Governors this evening. The title of the oration was “Reconciliation and
The much-anticipated Zahira Walk, organized by the OBA to commemorate 125 years of excellence, took place on the 5th of August, 2017 at the College premises. “The Walk was commenced from the College entrance and proceeded through T.B. Jayah Mawatha, Lipton Circle, Horton Place and
Wood Badge is a Scouting leadership programme and the related award for adult leaders in the programmes of Scout associations throughout the world. Wood Badge courses aim to make Scouters better leaders by teaching advanced leadership skills, and by creating a bond and commitment to
Congratulations to the 2 soccer stars of Zahira! We wish you all the best for your future matches.
What has Islam ever done for us? apart from the algebra, the trigonometry, the optics, the astronomy and the many other scientific advances and inventions of the Islamic Golden Age. Well, if you like art and interiors, there’s always the stunning patterns that grace mosques,
We live in a society that places a high value on the professions and white-collar jobs, and that still considers blue-collar work lower status. It’s no surprise that parents want their children to pursue careers that will maintain or increase their status. In high socio-economic