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We are pleased to inform you that the Internet Access Bandwidth of the University has been increased by three fold from 15th March 2016. Mr. Harsha Munasinghe, Officer in charge of CITS (Center for IT Services), University of Sri Jayewardenepura said that the International link was increased up to 525 Mbps and the Local link...
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Ruu Nada (රූ නද) 2015 dancing competition organized by Cultural Centre and Harmony project, University of Sri Jayewardenepura; was held on 26th of May at Reading Hall, Sumangala Premises. Senior dance Teacher & dancing advisor of the Ministry of Cultural affairs; Ravibandu Vidyapathi , Kalashoori Vasuki Jagadeeshwaran and Senior Lecturer in University of Visual & performing...
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Research center
A Task Force has been appointed by Prof. Sampath Amarathunge, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Sri Jayewardenepura, consisting a group of USJ senior academics to improve the  quality research and development. The preliminary studies and situation analysis carryout by the Task Force and suggested the importance of establishing a  University of Sri Jayewardenepura...
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MOU between waste managment authority DFES
A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING was signed between the Waste Management Authority of Western Province, Sri Lanka, and the Center for Sustainability of Department of Forestry and Enviornment Science, University of Sri Jayewardenepura to provide Technical Assistance for Monitoring and Mitigation of Environmental Pollution of Karadiyana Controlled Dump at Thumbovila. The Agreement was signed on 20th...
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Dr. Nileeka Malavige – Dengue Research Center
Dengue is the world’s most common mosquito borne viral infection which is transmitted by several species of mosquito within the genus Aedes, principally A. aegypti. It’s so common that it makes headlines on newspapers everyday. Annually there are about 390 million infections all around the world and it causes a significant problem for Sri Lanka...
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The symptoms of Dengue occur due to the increased leaking of fluid from capillaries, which if severe can lead to shock. The researchers at the Centre for Dengue Research (CDR) have identified a potential mediator that causes such vascular leakage and are currently in the process of conducting a clinical trial to determine the efficacy...
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