Al Manar Central College, Maruthamunai

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Al Manar Central College, Maruthamunai
கமு அல் மனார் மத்திய கல்லூரி, மருதமுனை
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Al Manar Central College, Maruthamunai
Colombo-Batticaloa HighWay,


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32314

Sri Lanka
Coordinates 7°26′10″N81°48′46″E / 7.43611°N 81.81278°E / 7.43611; 81.81278 Coordinates: 7°26′10″N81°48′46″E / 7.43611°N 81.81278°E / 7.43611; 81.81278
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School typei AB Navodya Government Mixed School.
MottoLearn Through Wisdom
(கற்று அறிந்து தெளிக (Katru arintu teḷika))
Established1911
AuthorityMinistry of Education, Eastern Province.
CategoryGovernment School.
School number1608005
School code15043
PrincipalM. J. Abdul Haseeb
Grades1–13
GenderCo-education
Age6to 19
Number of students2350 (2013)
Education systemNational Secondary Education Curriculum of
Ministry of Education (Sri Lanka)
LanguageEnglish and Tamil
Colour(s)Maroon and Yellow   
Sports Cricket pictogram.svg Cricket 2, Basketball pictogram.svg Basketball 2, Football, Volleyball
School fees Free education

Al Manar Central College (Tamil : கமு அல் மனார் மத்திய கல்லூரி) is a public school located in Maruthamunai, Eastern Province, Sri Lanka. It was founded in 1911 and is one of the oldest schools in Maruthamunai.[ citation needed ] The school provides both Primary and Secondary education.

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List of Principals

P. Sinnaiya: 1912–1914
J. S. Veluppillai: 1914–1920
K. S. Vairamuthu: 1921–1935 & 1943–1948
V. Samithambi: 1935–1940
U. Sinnathambi: 1940–1941
K. Ilayathambi: 1941
T. Seenithambi: 1941–1943
A. M. Sharifudeen: 1949–1950 & 1952–1957
I. M. S. M. Faleel Moulana: 1950–1951
E. Uthumalebbe: 1951–1952
U. L. Iamail Marikkar: 1957–1962
A. Ahamadlebbe: 1962–1969
A. H. Mohamed: 1969–1976
A. H. Mohamed Majeed: 1976–1992
M. H. Cader Ibrahim: 1992–1994
A. L. Meera Mohideen: 1994–2002
S. L. Abdul Raheem: 2003–2009
Dr. S. M. M. S. Umar Moulana: 2009–2014
M. M. Hirbahan: 2014–2016
M. A. M. Inamullah: 2016 – 2017
P. M. M. Bathurudeen: 2017 – 2019
M. J. Abdul Haseeb: 2019 – to Date

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