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16 top performers win prizes at CA Sri Lanka’s September Business Level virtual exam



16 top performers win prizes at CA Sri Lanka’s September Business Level virtual exam


A total of 16 high performing students of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka) have won the main merit and subject prizes offered at the Business Level virtual exam held in September. Accordingly, the Business Level merit prizes were won by six aspiring Chartered Accountants, whilst 12 students bagged the subject prizes under the Business Level I & II exams respectively.

CA Sri Lanka also took steps to fast track the issuance of the virtual Business Level exam results, releasing the results in double quick time on 21st October, just 11 days after the exams concluded on 10th October 2021.

At the Business Level I exam, Anjalee Dilshi Handaragama won the first in order of merit, while Fathima Bushra won the second merit prize, and Kavindu Deshan bagged the third merit prize at the same level. At the Business Level II exam, Shashini Navodi won the first in order of merit prize, whilst Ashya Nayanarangi won the second merit prize and Mubarack Mohamed Muzaffer won the third merit prize.

The Financial Accounting (BL1) subject prize was shared by Anjalee Dilshi Handaragama and Devmi Dahamya Wijekoon, while the Business Mathematics and Statistics (BL2) subject prize was shared by two CA students, namely Pramoth Lakshitha and Kusal Prasad Maduranga.

The Business Law (BL3) prize was won by Yasasya Savindi Atapattu while the Business Environmental and Economics (BL4) prize was bagged by Anjalee Dilshi Handaragama. The Audit, Business Process and Digitalization (BL5) subject prize was won by Shashini Navodi.

The Management Accounting (BL6) subject prize was jointly won by four students, including Shashini Navodi, Dineth Induwara Rathnayake, Pawani Madhushika Perera and Badurdeen Mohammed Zaid.

Kithmini Arunoda Perera won the Business Taxation (BL7) subject prize, while the Digital Business Strategy (BL8) prize was shared by Anuththara Divyanjali Fernando and Inuri Ruwanka Dharmasena.

Over 3400 candidates sat for the Business Level I & II exams which commenced in September and concluded in October. Due to the island wide lockdown, the exams were conducted virtually. This was the third Business Level exam held this year, as the Institute took steps to ensure there was no delay in conducting exams by converting the physical exams into virtual exams, in line with the health guidelines issued by the authorities and to ensure the safety of all students.

Students who complete the Business Level of CA Sri Lanka successfully will qualify as a Certified Business Accountant (CBA), while students who complete the Corporate Level will qualify as a Certified Corporate Accountant (CCA). The Strategic Level is the third and final level of the CA Sri Lanka professional programme, and students who complete this level successfully will be awarded the benchmark Chartered Accountant (ACA) qualification.