Message from the Vice-Chancellor

Message from the Vice-Chancellor

All Students of the Wayamba University of Sri Lanka,
 
As you are aware, the interruption of the regular teaching learning process in all our universities is enormous, which needs to be resurrected with a concerted effort by all of us.It should be the determination of the knowledgeable people like you to ensure that not all are lost and we rebound to normal life with minimum damage and maximum restraint during these calamities in our lives.
 
The Chairman of the UGC has instructed the Universities to make arrangements to facilitate online learning systems for all study programs through the Faculties.The UGC is taking appreciable steps to offer this facility for all university students to access the University/ Faculty Web and proceed with their online learning activities free of any internet cost.You are strongly urged to make use of this opportunity and be engaged in self-studies at home and stay ready to resume academic programs/ examinations/ training etc. as soon as we call you back to the University through a web notice, after disinfecting the University Premises at our earliest.In addition, the faculty specific instructions shall be issued to you by the relevant Deans from time to time.You are also instructed to corporate fully with the law enforcement authorities and take utmost care of yourself and your loved ones for the sake of the others as well.May you all be invoked with the blessings of the Triple Gem and all Gods.
 
Prof. EMP Ekanayake
The Vice-Chancellor
Wayamba University of Sri Lanka
24.03.2020
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