Seminar on Outcome Based Education: An Overview and Documentation

Academic Development and Planning Committee (ADPC) invited Prof. S. Ilanko from University of Waikato, New Zealand to conduct a workshop on Outcome Based Education (OBE) on 25th April 2016 (Monday) from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. The title of the session was ‘Outcome Based Education: An Overview and Documentation’. Prof. Ilanko has a vast experience in working accreditation committee backed in New Zealand. He also involved in preparing documents for accreditation. He kindly agreed to share his insights in OBE.Continue reading

Dean and Heads attended workshop on financial regulation on 25th April 2016

University of Jaffna has altogether 10 faculties operating in importantly three different places such as Jaffna, Vavuniya and Kilinochchi. It is a challenge for the administration to operate with minimum number of human resources. Therefore the finance branch conducted a workshop on the newly developed structure on delegation of powers for efficient operations. This was held on 25th April 2016. All the administrative staff including deans and head of the departments participated in this workshop.

Equipment Purchase to the Faculty of Engineering – 2016 (Second set)

Invitation for Bids – Supply of Civil, Computer Engineering, IT Equipment and Laboratory Furniture: The bid has been called on 20th April 2016 to supply equipment for the Department of Civil Engineering, Department of Computer Engineering and IT Equipment and Laboratory furniture. Both Heads of the Departments, Lecturers and Technical Officers were working very hard as excellent team to order the best standard equipment for the experiments to be conducted at the Faculty. Continue reading

Professor Alfred Antony Christy visited to the Faculty with delegates from University of Agder

Professor Alfred A. Christy who is from the Faculty of Engineering and Science, University of Agder, Norway, visited the Faculty of Engineering on 8th April 2016. He visited with his team to discuss the opportunities of pursuing postgraduate studies, staff exchange and possible research collaborations. It was an excellent discussion with the team of the staff from the University of Agder. Continue reading

Dr. Tony Sahama visited to the Faculty for a discussion with young staff and Heads of the Departments

Dr. Tony Sahama, who is the coordinator Queensland University of Technology (QUT) for the split program agreed upon between QUT and UGC, visited the Faculty of Engineering on 4thApril 2016. This visit was arranged to discuss about the opportunities of pursuing postgraduate studies at the QUT at Brisbane Australia. The University Grant Commission has signed an agreement with the QUT for motivating the young permanent academic staff to do the postgraduate studies at the QUT. There were collaborative fundings from both the UGC as well as QUT for this program. This has opened up an excellent opportunity for the young staff to complete their postgraduate studies with full funding. Continue reading