Batticaloa Hindu College

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Batticaloa Hindu College
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Batticaloa Hindu College
Location in central Batticaloa
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Coordinates 7°43′15.10″N81°41′52.90″E / 7.7208611°N 81.6980278°E / 7.7208611; 81.6980278 Coordinates: 7°43′15.10″N81°41′52.90″E / 7.7208611°N 81.6980278°E / 7.7208611; 81.6980278
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School type Public provincial 1AB
Founded1946
School districtBatticaloa Education Zone
Authority Eastern Provincial Council
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Batticaloa Hindu College (Tamil : மட்டக்களப்பு இந்து கல்லூரி) is a provincial school in Batticaloa, Sri Lanka. [1]

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References

  1. "Province - Eastern" (PDF). Schools Having Bilingual Education Programme. Ministry of Education. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-07-10.