Orr's Hill Vivekananda College

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Orr's Hill Vivekananda College
உவர்மலை விவேகானந்தா கல்லூரி
ඕර්ස් හිල් විවේකානන්ද විදුහල
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Orr's Hill Vivekananda College
Central road, Orr's hill, Trincomalee.

North East Province

, ,
31000

Sri Lanka
Coordinates 8°34′41.60″N81°13′23.30″E / 8.5782222°N 81.2231389°E / 8.5782222; 81.2231389 Coordinates: 8°34′41.60″N81°13′23.30″E / 8.5782222°N 81.2231389°E / 8.5782222; 81.2231389
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School type Public provincial 1AB
MottoEducation, discipline, purity
(கல்வி, ஒழுக்கம், தூய்மை)
Religious affiliation(s)Hindu
Founded10 February 1978 (1978-02-10)
FounderS. V. Veluppillai
School districtTrincomalee Education Zone
Authority Eastern Provincial Council
School number9721
School code29124
PrincipalMr.K.Ravithas
Staff100
Teaching staff90
Grades1-13
GenderMale and Female
Number of students1700
LanguageTamil and English
HousesGanga, Jamuna, Kaveri and Sinthu
Colour(s)Maroon and White   
SongUvarmalai kalluri Vivekanantha vaalka
Nickname TOVC
PublicationVivekaratham

Orr's Hill Vivekananda College (Tamil : உவர்மலை விவேகானந்தா கல்லூரி; Sinhala : ඕර්ස් හිල් විවේකානන්ද විදුහල) is a provincial school in Trincomalee, 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.CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)