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The Kegalle College Speech and Debate Forum introduced the Kegalle District Online System with the aim of discussing the modern agricultural pattern on a proposal made by the Minister of Agriculture and Environment at the inaugural session of the Thirteenth Student Parliament of Kegalle College.

Kegalle College Principal H S M G Herath delivered the Welcome Speech and explained the objectives and Acharini Kumudini Ranaweera, Head of the Kegalle College Speech and Debate Association, briefed the contestants on the rules of the competition.

Assistant Director of Education, Kegalle Education Zone, Administrative W P G Karunaruwan and Sinhala Teacher Instructor of Kegalle Education Zone R P Ratnayake delivered the judgment of the debate. The opposition won the contest under the theme “Modern Agricultural Patterns Adverse to Sri Lanka’s Development “ and the Leader of the opposition Charith Dissanayake was named as the Best Speaker of the debate.

Director of Communications of the Parliament Shan Wijethunga made a number of valuable remarks in appreciation of the Kegalle College Student Parliament. Executive Chairman of the United Nations Association of Sri Lanka Dr M M M Rushanudeen expressed his views in appreciation of the programme.

Sabaragamuwa Province Governor Tikiri Kobbekaduwa, and Kegalle Zonal Director of Education Roshan Hemantha made some valuable remarks in appreciation of the Kegalle College. Kithsiri Liyanagama, Director of National Schools, Ministry of Education, Sepala Kuruppu Arachchi, Sabaragamuna Provincial Director of Education, and Assistant Director of Education Sabaragamuwa Province S P Jesupillai congratulated the Kegalle College. Acharini Kumudini Ranaweera, in-charge of the Kegalle College Speech and Debate Forum, thanked all those who supported in making this unique event a success.