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SLIIT Main student intake ‘2018/2019 Inauguration Ceremony’ was held on 05th November 2018 at the Main Auditorium, SLIIT Malabe Campus. The key highlights of the ceremony were: Students & Parents Assemble, Lighting of the traditional Oil Lamp, Welcome speech by Professor L.L. Rathnayake, Chancellor, SLIIT; Address the audience by Professor Lalith Gamage, Vice Chancellor, SLIIT;
Combining the excitement of sport with science and technology, SLIIT’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, SLIIT, concluded another successful edition of its much awaited annual robotic competition ‘ROBOFEST 2018’ recently. This year’s ‘ROBOFEST 2018’, held for the 9th consecutive time took place from 6-7 September at SLIIT’s Main Auditorium. ‘ROBOFEST 2018’
The Brandix Group engaged with nearly 1,000 undergraduates from leading Sri Lankan universities and professional institutions on the critical skills required for the future work place and also shared talent development insights of Brandix, Sri Lanka’s single largest apparel exporter. Two sessions conducted at the Universities of Kelaniya and Moratuwa recently under the 2014 edition
Parents in Sri Lanka place high emphasis on higher education for their child that will ensure a lucrative career with job satisfaction. SLIIT is an institute that understands this important need and is able to provide students with not only learning the subject but also how best to present onea��s potential as a prospective employee.
SLIIT alumni, Ganindu Nanayakkara, has made Sri Lanka proud by winning USD $500,000, at the ‘Verizon 2015 Powerful Answers Award’ contest for his novel project titled ‘iHelmet’. Competing with over 1,400 entrepreneurs, Ganindu, was adjudged the first runner-up. Ganindu’s journey with venture Helmet started as a final-year student project for his undergraduate degree at SLIIT.