Akkaraipattu Muslim Central College

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Akkaraipattu Muslim Central College

Type National School
Mottoஓதி உணர்ந்து ஒழுகு
Established10 June 1946
GradesClass 1 - 13
Age6to 19
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AMC College (அக்கரைப்பற்று முஸ்லிம் மத்திய கல்லூரி), an education provider for the Muslim Community was founded in 1946 in the Green City of South Eastern Sri Lanka, Akkaraipattu. It became the sixteenth National Muslim School in Sri Lanka and third National School in the Eastern Province in 1992.


Primary school

The primary school has students from grade 1-5.

Junior Secondary School

Junior Secondary School comprises grade 6-9 . A school-based assessment system is introduced during this stage and students undergo evaluation on a weekly basis apart from term exam. An English Medium Secondary section runs parallel to the usual Tamil Medium. A provincial level evaluation exam is held the end of Grade nine.

Senior Secondary School

This comprises grades 10 – 13 with two segments i.e. Grades 10 and 11 for G.C.E Ordinary Level and Grades 12 and 13 for G.C.E Advanced Level. In ordinary level students sit for nine core subjects and three optional subjects. Advanced Level students are offered three compulsory subjects in four streams namely Biological Science, Physical Science, Commerce and Arts. A pass in the common general paper is compulsory to enter the university. IT and General English are offered.





Medical Service


Notable alumni

NameYear/degree Notability Reference
A. L. M. Athaullah Member of Parliament - Ampara (2000-2015), Minister of Local Government & Provincial Councils (2010-2015)

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