16th Annual Convocation

at BMICH

16th Annual Convocation 2019 At BMICH

Session 1 - chief guest Prof. Gamini Pushpakumara

Dean- Faculty of Agriculture University of Peradeniya

16th Annual Convocation 2019 At BMICH

Session 2 - chief guest Eng. (Dr.) D.D.D. Suraweera

Dean - Faculty of Industrial and vocational technology

16th Annual Convocation 2019 At BMICH

Session 4 - chief guest Eng. Prof. Tirath manojya Pallewatta

Senior professor - department of civil engineering of the open university of sri lanka

16th Annual Convocation 2019 At BMICH

Session 5 - chief guest Senior professor. chandrika n wijeratne

vice chancellor - university of colombo

16th Annual Convocation 2019 At BMICH

Session 5 - chief guest Dr. tilakaratne a piyasiri

vice chairman (planning) -national education commission

16th Annual Convocation 2019 At BMICH

Session 5 - chief guest Hon. thilanga sumathipala

minister of technology and innovations

Notice

scheduled second semester end examinations to be started from 19th October 2020 has been postponed until further notice.

Our Vision : "To Become the Centre of Excellence in Technological Education"

Our Mission : "Creating Excellent Higher National and National Diplomates with Modern Technology for Sustainable Development"

As per the recommendations of the Committee appointed by Prof. Wiswa Waranapala, Deputy Minister of Higher Education in 1994, the Sri Lanka Institute of Advanced Technical Education (SLIATE) was formed in 1995, under the Sri Lanka Institute of Advanced Technical Education Act No. 29 of 1995, In 2001 the name of the institution was amended to read as Sri Lanka Institute of Advanced Technological Education, (SLIATE). It functions as an autonomous Institute for the management of Higher National and National Diploma courses. The main purposes of establishing SLIATE were to reform and restructure the entire technical and vocational education system in relation to the changing needs of economic development, to meet manpower requirements of national development strategies, and the promotion of privatization, with special concern for meeting the scarcity of trained technological manpower resources at the technician level.

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