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Bandaranaike Airport Expansion Project
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President's Corner
 
Eng. Jayavilal Meegoda

It’s my pleasure and privilege to inform you that the Engineering Profession in our country now has a regulatory body, the Engineering Council.

 

Sri Lanka Parliament, on 23rd February, 2017 passed the bill to establish the “Engineering Council” which shall be responsible for the maintenance of professional standards and conduct of Engineering Practitioners; registration of different categories of Engineering Practitioners; and to provide for the matters connected there with.

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Editorial
 
Eng. Indika Walpitage

The much awaited Engineering council bill passed in the parliament on 23 rd February 2017. This was as a result of at least three decades of hard work of our members of IESL and the past and current leadership of the Institution with the blessings of political representation who believed that country shall have registered professional practitioners in field of Engineering and Technology.

 

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IESL MESC Lecture Series on Energy
IESL MESC Lecture Series on Energy (Video)
 
IESL MESC Lecture Series on Energy

The Mechanical Engineering Sectional Committee ( MESC ) has been holding a public lectures series on ENERGY with very valuable information to all engineers that you may have never seen / heard before. This initiative is lead by Eng. Parakrama Jayasinghe under MESC "TIE" ( transport - innovation - energy) theme to bring public awareness on all the three areas and to move on to actions find/provide national solutions in all those strategically imperative areas.

 

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Articles
Bandaranaike Airport Expansion Project, International Gateway to Sri Lanka - by Mr. S. M. R. Rafeek and Mr. M. G. Hemachandra
 
Bandaranaike Airport Expansion Project

Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) is Sri Lanka’s biggest Airport and main gateway to the world. BIA would act as a regional and national economic motor, as it creates necessary infrastructure for wide range of economic activities, as access to markets and international transport links are vital for economic development. On the other hand Sri Lanka as an island country will immensely benefit for regional cooperation and social inclusion.

 

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Regional Cooperation for ICT Sector Infrastructure Development & Service Plan - by Prof. (Mrs.) Niranjanie Ratnayake
 
ICT Sector Infrastructure Development

This is the text of the Country paper from Sri Lanka presented by President Elect, Eng. Professor (Mrs.) Niranjanie Ratnayake at the FEISCA Seminar on “Regional Cooperation for ICT Sector Infrastructure Development & Service Plan” held in Chittagong, Bangladesh on 28th January 2017 along with the 57th Annual Sessions of the Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh.

 

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The Uma Oya Multi-Purpose Development Project; Breakthrough in the Link Tunnel – by Eng. H.W. Isuru Indunil
 
The Uma Oya Multi-Purpose Development Project

The UOMDP includes two reservoirs, namely the Dyraaba and Puhulpola reservoirs. These two reservoirs are connected by a 3.871 km long Link Tunnel, essentially diverting water from the Puhulpola reservoir to the Dyraaba Reservoir. Water from the Dyraaba reservoir is then diverted through the Headrace Tunnel of 15.6 km length and finally through a vertical shaft, of 600 m height, to the underground Powerhouse at Karandagolla near Wellawaya, adding 120 MW of electricity to the national grid.

 

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UNIVOTEC concept should be preserved and further developed - by Prof Dayantha Wijeyesekera
 
UNIVOTEC concept should be preserved and further developed

In the year 2004, when I was the Secretary of the Ministry of Skills development, Vocational Training and Technical Education under the government of former President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunge, I chaired a drafting committee for the Act of the University of Vocational Technology. While doing so with the feedback from industry, Professional bodies and the Academia, I was told by the Minister at that time that along with the Director Planning I was building a "Castle in the Air".

 

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Industrial Visit Report - Thermo Plastics Private Limited
 
Industrial Visit Report - Thermo Plastics Private Limited

Mechanical Engineering Sectional Committee of The Institution of Engineers Sri Lanka (IESL) arranged an industrial visit to Thermo Plastics (Pvt.) Ltd. Homagama on 26 January 2016 with 18 Engineers. The purpose of the visit was to enhance industry exposure of the participants, get practical insights into manufacturing procedures and green energy management techniques.

 

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Industrial Visit Report - Ceylon Steel Corporation
 
Industrial Visit Report - Ceylon Steel Corporation

Mechanical Engineering Sectional Committee (MESC) of The Institution of Engineers Sri Lanka (IESL) arranged an industrial visit to Ceylon Steel Corporation, Oruwala on 14th February 2017 with the participation of 38 Engineers. The purpose of the visit was to enhance industry exposure of the participants, get practical insights into steel manufacturing processes and functional management techniques.

 

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IESL Cricket Fiesta 2017
 
IESL Cricket Fiesta 2017

The cricket tournament organized by Young Members’ Section for the IESL Members and University Students was held on Saturday, 18th February 2017 successfully at the Thurstan grounds. Twenty two (22) teams competed representing Sectional committees, Provincial chapters & Universities. Matches were conducted under two categories namely, ‘Members Category’ & ‘University Category’.

 

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IESL Day 2017 at University of Jaffna
 
IESL Day 2017 at University of Jaffna

The IESL Day event for the year of 2017, which is the very first event of its kind for the session was organized and successfully conducted on the 11th of February, 2017 from 8am to 4pm at the Faculty of Engineering , University of Jaffna. The IESL president Eng. Jayalal Meegoda graced the event with his presence as Chief Guest. The IESL Vadakin Chapter Chairman Eng. Barathithasan, the YMS Chairman Eng.Dayan Herath, Engineeers R.Rajkumar, N.Nantharupan and Aloycius Santhiapillai took part in the technical session as guests and resource personals.

 

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