It is a necessity of a country to build brilliant minds for the future successions. Education is the key to proceed on this mission. As Sri Lankans we are privileged with free education and there is no doubt that most of us are here due to that support. As UoM Leos we are always willing to return our gratitude for what we gained through this education system. We always try our best to find schools with minimum facilities, whom we can serve with maximum capabilities. Project “Vidu Nanasa” is one of those events.

Together with the idea and the support from Lecturer Sanjaya Weerakkodi of University of Ruhuna it was successfully held on 17th and 18th of March 2018 at Pudaluoya Jayahela National College from 8.00a.m. to 4.00 p.m. under the “Siyak Sipsal” project series.

This project was done aiming students who are going to face the Ordinary Level Examination. They were given the chance of engaging in all the practical sessions based on the syllabuses of grade 10 and 11 which became a tremendous help for their examination.

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