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The Institution of Engineers Sri Lanka

Impact on two core issues encountered by Engineers

In this 2nd edition of the Digital SLEN for this year I have to share with you some very good news that will impact on two core issues encountered by engineers, especially those in the provinces. Please view the video recording for details.

Watch the President's Corner video.

What types of Engineers will we need in the future?
editorial Have we ever thought of the above question? At this moment, our academic institutions are thinking of increasing the intake to cater for the demands in 2020. Are we really serious about this? How many civil engineers (or for that matter engineers of other engineering disciplines too) would be required in 2020? As IESL we have to address this issue in a logical manner. Simply doubling the intake would only create job seekers if we could not address the real demand. Read more >>>

Dr Thusitha Sugathapala
Emission Control in Sri Lanka - Interview with Dr.Thusitha Sugathapala

Digital SLEN had the opportunity to engage in a video interview with Dr.Thusitha Sugathapala, Director General Sri Lanka Sustainable Energy Authority who is a member of the expert committee appointed by the government to advice on enhancement of the quality of fossil fuels for managing air quality in Sri Lanka. Read more >>>

Road Lighting in Expressways in Sri Lanka

Roadway lighting standards are based almost exclusively on vehicular traffic safety considerations. Benefits of road illumination for drivers include easing of flow of traffic, reduction of night time accidents, visibility of adjacent users, and general way of finding assistance. Road lighting is used specially to highlight hazards despite the glare of headlight beams and reveal signage, in riskier environments, such as urban streets and interchanges where there are exits and entries from local roads. Read more >>>

World Wide Web

 A roundup of things to come in the future gathered from reputed websites in the world wide web  brought to you by  your Digital SLEN. New discoveries, inventions, , products, processes, procedures or whatever else that may change the way we live in the future …..
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Books donated by Eng. Arjuna to the Students' Chapter of IESL at the South Eastern University
arjuna manamperi

Eng. Arjuna Manamperi, C.Eng, graduate of University of Peradeniya Engineering Faculty – 1981 batch, has donated a collection of books recently to the Students’ Chapter of the IESL at the newly established Engineering Faculty, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka (SEUSL), Oluvil. Read more >>>

"Meet The President of IESL" - Conference by Ruhuna YMS
IESL Southern Provincial Centre Holds AGM

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