“The best example for Leadership is Leadership by example.”
24th of November 2015 marks a special day in the Nalanda College‘s calendar, being the most awaited day of the Prefect’s Guild of the College. The Installation of the New Top Board of the Prefects was held at the College premises today (24.11.2015).
The top board for the academic year 2015/16 is as follows;
Minura Ransika Perera
Deputy Head Prefects:
J. R. Lahiru Keshan
Isuru Yasas Perera
On this prestigious day, The Principal, Staff, Nalanda College Old Boys’ Association and students congratulate the New Top Board and convey our sincere gratefulness to the past board.
Old Nalandian Ashan Ariyawansa B.Sc. (Special Degree in Physics) of 2009 A/L Batch and a graduate at the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka, has awarded for achieving the highest GPA in physical science in 2014 at the General Convocation of the University of Colombo 2014 which was held on 22nd of July, 2015 at the BMICH.
He has also obtained five gold medals at the general convocation 2014 including Prof. Thilak Hettiarachchi Open Award for Academic Excellence and the Gulamhusein A. J. Noorbhai Gold Medal for Best Physics Research Project.
Mr. Ashan Ariyawansa obtained three A passes at the G. C. E. A/L Examination in 2009 and chose the path of Physical Science instead of Engineering. He was at the general convocation wearing Nalanda College Tie.
Congratulations dear son of Mother Nalanda. Mother Nalanda is proud of you !
Rakitha Malewana, a student from Nalanda College in Colombo, who developed a new method to cure HIV/AIDS, called on President Maithripala Sirisena today (18th of June, 2015) at the President’s Official Residence. President Sirisena congratulated the students who brightened the name of Motherland by discovering this new medicine. He also wished for his future endeavors and pledged to provide state patronage for him to conduct his research activities.
Scientists participated in the International Science Project Olympiad (ISPrO) Jakarta, Indonesia praised the Rakitha Malewana’s method which used Nano technology to control the spread of HIV/AIDS. Rananjaya Subhash Gamage, another Nalandian along with Rakitha Malewana managed to bag two gold medals out of four gold medals presented at the ISPr Jakarta, Indonesia.
Rakitha Malewana told President that he has no desire to enter into a foreign university, but wish to enter into the General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University to do further studies and research.
(NEWS and photos by President Media)