The campaign will be in three phases.
Interested parties can register during this period for the competition by visiting BestWeb.lk website and receive details and updates about the competition. Latest updates will be published on our official Facebook page.
This will be the most critical stage of the Bestweb.lk competition. A panel of selected ICT industry experts, including academics, professionals, and business leaders will judge BestWeb.lk.
The final phase of the campaign is the judging and voting. Voting will take place for one week and judging for two weeks. General public can cast their votes through the website.
There will be a cut-off mark for the number of votes. The sites which have votes below that cut-off mark will get 0 for voting. Other sites will get more marks according to the number of votes they have got. The maximum mark will be 20.
The most outstanding websites against each category will be selected based on the selection criteria.
Overall winners will be chosen from the winners of all general categories.
All nominated websites confirmed for participation are eligible for special awards.
· Best Sinhala Website
· Best Tamil Website
· Best Web Developer
· Popular Website
The websites that get voting and traffic ratings more than the accepted level during the competition period (different for each category), will be eligible for this award. There will be a winner for this category from each main category, but the popular award will not be awarded for the main categories, which have less voting or traffic ratings. Multiple awards will be awarded, when there are more than one website, which are qualified for this award in one main category.
Total Marks by Panel of Judges
Number of Votes