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Abortions in Sri Lanka
Avoid Abortions, Avoid Complications. What is an Abortion? It the process of removing a fetus before 28 weeks of pregnancy; which is currently a sensational but serious topic of discussion debated on socio-cultural and religious forums. An abortion could take place due to both natural and intentional influences; the latter being the complex one since...
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new-a_l_Syllabuses
Video lessons on GCE A/L new syllabuses are now available for free at Jayewardenepura Open Learning platform. National Institute of Education and Ministry of Education are going to implement new syllabuses from 2017 for 2019 A/L students. These video lessons were conducted by University Professors and Lecturers of University of Sri Jayewardeepura and University of...
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Dengue news paper article
A much awaited breakthrough for Dengue The Director of the Dengue Research Center of the University of Sri Jayewardenepura Prof. Neelika Malavige was interviewed by the “Ada” newspaper on 27th February 2017 regarding its promising medical breakthrough in the field of dengue. Speaking to the newspaper Prof. Neelika mentioned that the dengue hemorrhagic fever resulting...
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Prof. Ranil
For the first time in Sri Lanka, the health benefits of this Cinnamon are coming under the microscope in a comprehensive, multi-centre scientific study. Spices they came in search of to Ceylon in the Old World amongst which was the much-sought after cinnamon or kurundu. These days, housewives break off pieces of this spice and...
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Green Pulse Pledge: University of Sri Jayewardenepura As a proud member of this reputable university, I pledge wholeheartedly to do my utmost to help mitigate the Environmental impact of University of Sri Jayewardenepura. I will strive to minimise the ecological consequences of my decisions and actions; fulfil my responsibilities as a Sustainability Champion of University’s ; be a role model to my fellow...
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International Coastal Clean-up Day 2015 : Clean and Green is our Dream
Green Pulse Pledge: As a proud member of this reputable university, I pledge wholeheartedly to do my utmost to help mitigate the Environmental impact of University of Sri Jayewardenepura. I will strive to minimise the ecological consequences of my decisions and actions; fulfil my responsibilities as a Sustainability Champion of University’s ; be a role model to my fellow co-workers; and use the knowledge gained...
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Now you can watch video lessons and download pdf files on 2016 A/L Model Papers compiled by University Professors and Lecturers. You can access to these lessons in University of sjp Open learning platform (learn.sjp.ac.lk). A/L 2016 Model Papers – Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics A/L 2016 Combined Mathematics  Model Paper by Kapila Silva A/L 2016 Biology by Prof...
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Sarasavi tharunya
The menstrual cycle begins due to the hormonal changes that occur within the body of a girl child and it results in menstruation occurring every 28 days/monthly (approx.) However the this cycle may not be consistent and it may have certain unusual side effects. Is it a matter that one should be concerned of? The...
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Prof. Rohan Samarajeewa, Former Director General of Telecommunications in Sri Lanka, Mr. Anuruddha Pradeep Karnasuriya, Senior Lecturer, Department of Political Science, University of Sri Jayewardenepura and Prof Narada Warnasuriya, Former Vice Chancellor University of Sri Jayewardenepura joined for a dialogue on Private and State Universities at the recently held International Industrial Mathematics Conference 2016, organized...
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Harshi Gunawardana, A PhD Student of the University of Sri Jayewrdenepura who has extensive knowledge in the field of Mine Risk Education recently spoke of managing the residual clearance while sharing certain tips on minimizing the risk of the Salawa explosion. Speaking to both the Daily Mirror and the Sunday Observer, Ms. Gunawadana pointed out...
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