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RC Review

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8. The applicants should have ORCID, ResearchGate and Google Scholar which have
been made public. Google scholar account should have the University of Kelaniya
address and kln.ac.lk email verification.

9. The abstract of the paper should be published in the ResearchGate profile of the
applicant.

10. Applications prepared as per the format approved by Research Council should be sent
to the Chairman of the Research Council with the recommendation of the Director/
FRC, Head of the Department and Dean of the Faculty. The applicants should provide
documentary evidence showing that the journal is listed in a reputed citation index
together with an invoice from the journal editorial office.

11. A reprint of the paper should be submitted with the application, which will be deposited
in the University Library.

12. A PDF version of the abstract of the paper together with the web link to the paper
should be submitted with the application to be published in the University e-repository.

13. Online journals that do not have a printed version will be considered for
recommendation upon submission of the relevant DOI, (Digital Object Identifier).
However, the applicant should provide sufficient evidence to support that such journals
do not have a printed version, (e-journals only).

14. The publication should not be a redundant/duplicate publication.
15. Publication fee up to maximum of LKR 300,000.00 for journal articles listed in Scopus

will be provided irrespective of impact factor of the journal.
16. Publication fee up to maximum of LKR 70,000.00 for journal article published in

journals indexed in other citation indices namely
• Arts and Humanities Citation Index
• Science Citation Index Expanded
• Social Science Citation Index
• or 4* journals listed in ABS Academic Journals list or A* journals listed in ABDC

journals list;

will be provided depending on the impact factor of the journal in the following manner.

• Impact Factor • Citation Indices/4*journals in ABS/ A*

journals in ABDC (LKR)

• 0≤ IF <1 • 10 000
• 1≤ IF <2 • 20 000
• 2≤ IF <3 • 30 000
• 3≤ IF <4 • 40 000

• 4≤ IF <5 • 50 000
• 5≤ IF <6 • 60 000
• IF ≥ 6 70 000



17. When providing publication charges, the same research work should not have been

submitted to obtain Foreign Travel Grants and the applicant should submit a

declaration for that. In case the applicant is found to breach this condition, he/she has

to refund to the university the publication fee awarded and will not qualify for funding

for publication charges in the future.

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5.7 Junior Research Fellow

5.7.1 Guidelines for Junior Research Fellows positions leading to PhDs

A special meeting held on 6th August 2018 24th November 2005 regarding a scheme for
the award of Junior Fellowships and
chaired by the Vice Chancellor with DVC, appointment of Junior fellows in
Departments attached to the Faculties of
Deans of Faculties, Chairman University Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences. The
same scheme can be adopted by all
Research Council decided to allow Faculties and Institutions in the university
academics to recruit a “Junior Research system according to the above mentioned
Fellow (JRF)” to support their research and circular
academic activities with effect from 1st

January 2019. This decision was taken

based on the UGC circular No. 867 dated

5.7.2 Terms and Conditions

Position Junior Research Fellows attached to the Faculties of Commerce & Management,
Computing & Technology, Humanities, Medicine, Science and Social Sciences

JRF is required to carry out research leading to a PhD under supervision of the academic and
assist in teaching activities of his or her supervisor.

Any academic staff member who can act as a PhD research supervisor could should make a
request from the Vice Chancellor through Head and Dean for a Junior Research Fellow for a
period of three years or more with a service break every year.
Value of award: An annual 12-month grant awarded for a period of 3-4 years’ renewable after
evaluation at the end of each 12-month period, payable in monthly instalments, an equivalent
to half the remuneration (including all appropriate allowances approved by the UGC) attached
to post coming under the salary code B-05 as stated in UGC circular No. 867 dated 24th
November 2005.

There should be a university agreed number of Junior Research Fellow positions to a
Department.

Qualifications:
• (a) Category 1 —

A 4-year degree with specialization in the relevant subject with First or Second Class (Upper
Division)

• (b) Category 2 –

A 4-year Degree with specialization in the relevant subject with Second Class (Lower Division)

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And

A Postgraduate Degree or Diploma of at least 01 academic years' duration in the relevant
subject.

• (c) Category 3 —

A 4-year Degree with specialization in the relevant subject without a class

And

A Postgraduate Degree of at least 02 academic years' duration in the relevant subject with a
research component.

Method of selection: By open advertisement.

All candidates under categories 1, 2, and 3 below may be interviewed and evaluated on one
and the same occasion.

Funding for PhD research except for JRF salary:

It is the responsibility of the supervisor to secure funding for consumable items, capital
/equipment, travel and other costs of the research project.

Nature and period of Award and Appointment:

Primary duties of the Junior Research Fellow are to perform research under supervision of
the academic member concerned and complete the PhD helping teaching activities of the
supervisor in the Department of the Faculty to which they are attached, as assigned to them
from time to time by the Supervisor, Head of the Department or Dean of the Faculty, as the
case may be.

This condition should be clearly stated when the Junior Research Fellow positions leading to
PhDs are advertised.

1. The Junior Research Fellowship is basically an award and an appointment to
encourage and enable outstanding graduates in all fields of the Faculties of Commerce
& Management, Computing & Technology, Humanities, Medicine, Science and Social
Sciences who are successful in winning an award, to undertake PhD.

2. Junior Research Fellows are expected to complete PhD degree within a period of three
or four years, according to the duration of the award (although completion of a
postgraduate: degree within that period is to contribute 2 ½ days each week towards
the academic activities (including teaching) of the supervisor in the Department of the
Faculty to which they are attached, as assigned to them from time to time by the
Supervisor, Head of the Department or Dean of the Faculty, as the case may be.

3. Junior Research Fellows are also required to contribute 2 ½ days each week towards the
academic activities (including teaching) of the supervisor in the Department of the
Faculty to which they are attached, as assigned to them from time to time by the
Supervisor, Head of the Department or Dean of the Faculty, as the case may be.

Although an award of a Junior Research Fellowship and appointment as a Junior Research
Fellow is designed for a period of three or four years (at the discretion of the Faculty or
Department concerned), the Junior Research Fellow will be evaluated by the Supervisor, Head

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of the Department and Dean of the Faculty at the end of each 12 month period during the
duration of the fellowship, and the award and appointment renewed for a further 12 month
period on the basis of a positive evaluation, on the recommendation of the Supervisor, Dean
and the Head of Department (or by the Supervisor and Dean of the Faculty alone if the Junior
Research Fellow is attached to a Faculty rather than to a Department). Conversely, a negative
evaluation would result in the termination of the award and the appointment by the Council of
the University on the recommendation of the Supervisor, Dean and the Head of Department
(or on the recommendation of the Dean of the Faculty alone if the Junior Research Fellow is
attached to a Faculty rather than to a Department.)

4. A Junior Research Fellow may, of his or her own accord terminate the award and the
appointment with one month’s notice after completion of 3 years of the PhD studentship
agreement.

5. No awardee of a Junior Research Fellowship will be eligible for any other award of a
Junior Research Fellowship and appointment as a Junior Research Fellow in the
University of Kelaniya after he or she has completed a total period of four years as a
Junior Research Fellow.

6. It must be clearly understood that a Junior Fellowship is essentially a facility to
encourage postgraduate studies and research, facilitate academic activities of the
supervisor and to promote human resource development, and does not carry with it any
indication that the awardee will be absorbed into the academic staff of the Faculty or
Department concerned.

7. Junior Research Fellow should sign an agreement with the University for 3 years in
order to be appointed to the post.

8. Junior research fellow should report to the supervisor and a letter of assumption of
duties should be sent to the Vice Chancellor through proper channels.

Selection procedure:

1. Selection of suitable candidates for the post of Junior Research Fellow should be based
on a Marking Scheme.

2. A maximum overall mark of 80 or more is required for the award of a Junior
Fellowship.

3. Short listing of candidates may be done by a Committee comprising the
undermentioned:
• Dean/FGS should be the chair of selection committee
• The Dean of the Faculty concerned.
• The Head of Department of Study concerned.
• PhD Supervisor

9. Chair Professor or a Senior Member of the Department/Faculty not below the rank of
Senior Lecturer nominated by the Vice Chancellor.

4. Short listed candidates are required to make an oral presentation of about 5 - 10
minutes at the final interview

5. The composition of the Selection Committee is as follows
• Dean/FGS should be the chair of selection committee
• The Dean of the Faculty concerned
• The Head of Department of Study concerned.

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• PhD supervisor
• Chair Professor or a Senior member of the Department not below the rank of an

Associate Professor (a Senior Lecturer may be considered only if such Senior
Academics are not available)
• A Senior member of the staff not below the rank of an Associate Professor from
another Department/Faculty nominated by the Vice Chancellor.

Creation of Cadre Provisions –

1. Faculties or Department who wish to award Junior Research Fellowships has to
resource these awards by the replacement of cadre position/s available with Junior
Research Fellowships.

2. Faculties or Departments who opt to replace Temporary Lecture positions with Junior
Fellowships are required to progressively phase out Temporary Lecturer cadre
positions and to replace all existing and future Temporary Lecture positions with
Junior Fellowships, once the existing staff who have completed their permitted period
of appointment.

3. Once a Faculty or Department opts for the replacement of Temporary Lecturer
positions with Junior Research Fellowships, they cannot revive the converted
Temporary Lecturer positions, as the purpose of the new scheme is to progressively
replace all Temporary Lecturer positions with Junior Research Fellowships. However,
the option of adopting the new scheme or retaining the existing Temporary Lecturer
system is left to the Faculty or Department concerned.

4. Persons who have completed their permitted period of appointment as Temporary
Lecturers are eligible to compete for Junior Research Fellowships.

The Scheme of Recruitment is effective from 01.01.2019. It will be applicable to all Faculties,
Departments of the University of Kelaniya.

JRF should register for a PhD at the Faculty of Graduate Studies of the University of Kelaniya,
will have the privilege of paying the full instalment of registration fee at the end of the course
before the viva voce examination.

5.8 Providing Registration Fees for Local Symposia

5.8.1 Introduction

The Research Council of the University carry out research which are important for
decided to provide registration fees for the national development and disseminate their
staff members to enable them to present research findings at the national level.
their research findings at research symposia These guidelines will be made effective
held within Sri Lanka. This scheme is from the 01st October 2018.
initiated in order to encourage academics to

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5.8.2 Terms and conditions

1. The applicant should be a member of the permanent staff of the University of Kelaniya.
2. The research paper should have been accepted as an oral presentation or a poster

presentation at a symposium or a conference organized by a state university,
recognized institution or a professional organization/association.
3. One research paper is entitled for only one registration fee.
4. The name and address of the University should appear below the name of the author(s).
5. The presenter should be the applicant. If a student is the presenter, Corresponding
author should be the supervisor, affiliated to the University of Kelaniya and the cost of
participation (Registration fee, travel cost and other cost) for the presenting author
should be applied by the supervisor and the cost of participation is awarded to the
supervisor with regard to the requirement of the student.

Therefore, the condition mentioned in the point no 14 will be applicable to the supervisor.

6. The e-mail address of the corresponding author should be the university e-mail (i.e.,
username followed by @kln.ac.lk).

7. The applicant should have Google Scholar and ResearchGate profiles which have been
made public.

8. When there are several co-authors, registration fees of only the presenter will be paid.
9. Applications prepared as per the format given below should be sent to the Chairman of

the Research Council with the recommendation of the Director/FRC, Head of the
Department and Dean of the Faculty.
10. The letter of acceptance of the abstract/extended abstract/research paper and the
documentary evidence for the amount of registration fee should be submitted with the
application.
11. The same paper should not have been submitted to and/or presented at any other
national or international symposium/workshop and the applicant should submit a
certificate stating this. In case the applicant is found to breach this condition, he/she
has to refund to the university the registration fee awarded and will not qualify for
foreign travel grants to present papers at international symposia in future.
12. A hard copy of the abstract/extended abstract that had been accepted for presentation
should be submitted with the application.
13. PDF version of the abstract should be submitted with the application to be published
in the e-repository of the university.
14. A staff member is eligible to receive registration fees for a maximum of two symposia
per year.
15. Abstract of the paper presented should be published in the Research Gate profile of the
applicant.
16. Failing to comply with the Guideline 14 will disqualify the staff member for future
awards.

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6 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH GRANTS

The University provides research grants to three types of grants provided: Foreign
the confirmed members of the academic Travel Grant, Sabbatical Leave Research
staff. The applications should be prepared Fellowship, and Innovative Pilot Research
according to the format given. There are Project Grant.

6.1 Foreign Travel Grants respective Faculty Research Centres prior
to forwarding applications to Research
6.1.1 Introduction Council. The E-journal of the conference
proceeding must be an indexed journal. The
In order to encourage the staff members to Research Council will provide registration
disseminate their research findings at the fee, visa fee, air fare, cost of
global level, the Research Council of the accommodation and incidental expenses
University of Kelaniya decided to subject to a maximum of LKR 300,000 for
implement a travel grant scheme to promote once in 2 years. These guidelines are
participation in the international research effective from the 01st October 2018.
symposia. This is in addition to the travel
grant scheme already in existence at the
Faculty level through Faculty Research
Centres. Applicants are advised to seek
funding for travel initially with the

6.1.2 Terms and conditions

1. The applicants should be the members of the permanent academic staff of the University
of Kelaniya.

2. The research paper should have been accepted as an oral or a poster presentation at a
prestigious international meeting or conference, relevant to the field of study. The same
paper should not have been submitted to and/or presented at any other national or
international symposium/workshop and the applicant should submit a certificate
stating this. In case the applicant is found to breach this condition, he/she has to refund
to the university the full travel grant awarded and will not be qualified to apply for
future travel grants under this scheme.

3. Eligibility for the foreign travel grants will be based on the criteria stated in the point
number 19, 20, and 21.

4. In order to qualify for the award, the University address should appear below the name
of the author and the corresponding author should be the applicant. If the paper does
not contain the words “University of Kelaniya” in the address, the travel grant will not
be awarded.

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5. The e-mail address of the presenting author should be the University of Kelaniya e-
mail (i.e., username followed by @kln.ac.lk).

6. The applicants should have Google Scholar and ResearchGate profiles which have
been made public in University of Kelaniya domain and university of Kelaniya email
address ([email protected]) should appear.

7. When there are co-authors, only the presenter will be awarded the grant. If a student
is the presenter, corresponding author should be the supervisor, affiliated to the
University of Kelaniya and the cost of participation (registration fee, travel cost and
other cost) for the presenting author should be applied by the supervisor and the travel
grant is awarded to the supervisor with regard to the travel requirement of the student.
Therefore, the condition mentioned in the point no 18 will be applicable to the
supervisor.

8. Only one grant will be made in relation to any one symposium.
9. Applications prepared as per the format given should be sent to the Chairman of the

Research Council with the recommendation of the Director/FRC, Head of the
Department and Dean of the Faculty.
10. A hard copy of the abstract/extended abstract that has been accepted for presentation
should be submitted with the application.
11. The PDF version of the abstract/extended abstract that had been accepted for
presentation should be submitted with the application to be published in the University
of Kelaniya e-repository.
12. An individual staff member will be awarded not more than maximum of Rs. 300,000.00
on any one occasion.
13. Foreign travel grant requests should be first submitted to faculty grants scheme. If
there are no funds available in FRC, travel grant request should be forwarded to the
Research Council.
14. A report should be submitted within 2 weeks of returning from the meeting. The report
should be made according to the format provided in the web site of the research council.
15. After returning to the country, the applicant must make a presentation to the Faculty
Board on the research he/she had presented at the international forum.
16. Directors/FRCs should keep track whether the presentations are made after returning
to the country and report to Research Council.
17. Failing to comply with the Guidelines 13 and 14 above and also failing to publish the
abstract in Google Scholar and ResearchGate profile will disqualify the staff member
for future awards.
18. Once an award has been made to a staff member, he/she is not eligible for another
foreign travel grant from the Research Council until at least two years have lapsed
from the date of first award.
19. Applicants applying for the first time: any peer–reviewed conference in which the
conference proceedings are published in the form of abstract or full research paper
will be considered.
20. Applicants applying for the second and third time: the conferences co-hosted or hosted
by Times Higher Education top 1000 universities or a reputed international conference
held in a foreign country which is accepted as one of the three Faculty recommended
premiere conferences in the subject area accepted by the Research Council or Scopus
indexed conference proceedings/included in Scopus conference list will be considered.

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21. Applicants applying after their third time: only the three Faculty recommended
premiere conferences in the subject area accepted by the Research Council or Scopus
indexed conference proceedings/included in Scopus conference list will be considered.

22. The publication should not be a redundant/duplicate publication.
23. If the applicant is registered for more than one paper in the same Conference which is

Scopus indexed conference proceedings/included in Scopus conference list, the
research papers should have been accepted as an oral or a poster presentation, and the
applicant should be the presenter for all the accepted papers then total Registration fee
will be provided within the maximum of LKR 300,000

6.2 Sabbatical Leave Research Fellowship

6.2.1 Introduction

This has been introduced recently to sabbatical leave period on doing a major
promote collaborative research of research activity which can be presented in
University of Kelaniya. This grant is the form of an acceptable publication
provided for those who wish to spend their finally.

6.2.2 Terms and Conditions

These guidelines are made effective from the 01st October 2018.

1. University academics and other staff members entitled for sabbatical leave are eligible
to apply.

2. Awarded up to a maximum of LKR 2 million.
3. Awarded for research proposals relevant to Sri Lanka which can be carried out either

in Sri Lanka or abroad or both during the sabbatical period.
4. Outcome should have the potential to publish at least 2 research articles in indexed

journals. (i.e. Scopus, SCI, AHCI, SSCI and other journal lists recommended by the
University Research Council) and “University of Kelaniya” should be included in
author affiliation.
5. The objectives of the proposed research should address National Development Goals.
6. If the proposed research work is carried out as a collaborative work with an overseas
institute, a justification for doing the work in the said overseas institute and the
components of the research intended to be carried out in the overseas institute should
be provided.
7. In an event of failure to publish 2 research papers in indexed journals from the
proposed research, Research Council consider other means of dissemination of
research information accepted by the University Grant Commission. (i.e. Scholarly
work, Creative work, Patents, Monographs, Text books and Scientific and Literary
Communications).

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8. Applicants should have Google Scholar & ResearchGate accounts which have been
made public with a “[email protected]” email address and the address of University of
Kelaniya.

9. The duly filled application of Sabbatical Leave Research Fellowship which is available
in the Research Council website should be submitted accordingly.
(units.kln.ac.lk/research council/)

10. Application should be forwarded to the Chairman/Research Council through proper
channels (Director - FRC/HOD/Dean).

11. A subcommittee will be appointed to evaluate proposals submitted by applicants with
two copies and the grant is awarded on the basis of subcommittee recommendation.
Subcommittee comprises

• (i). Chairman/RC and two members from the Research Council.
• (ii). Two evaluators (evaluations made according to descriptive guidelines and

checklist).
• One internal evaluator from each discipline of submitted applications from the

Faculties of Commerce & Management, Computing & Technology, Humanities,
Medicine, Science, and Social Sciences and one external evaluator accepted by the
University (paid through honorarium).
12. If the researcher cannot complete the research within the stipulated period, an
extension may be given for a maximum of 1 year and in the event the researcher still
fails to complete and submit the report, the awarded amount may be surcharged from
the salary according to the existing financial rules and regulations of the University.
13. The grant would be released in portions 3 or 6 monthly/or yearly basis based on the
progress of the research and the duration of sabbatical leave period. *The full amount
of the grant will not be released at the beginning of the research under any
circumstance which is effective from 02nd May 2018.
14. The applicant should provide the progress reports as applicable and inability to
provide progress reports will lead to the termination of the agreement. In addition, the
progress reports will be reviewed by the Research & Publications committee and
inability to show reasonable advancement according to the time frame will also lead to
the termination of the agreement.
15. The applicants are kindly requested to stick to the budget format in the application
form.
16. Funding for return air tickets to travel the country where sabbatical work is carried
out cannot be included in the research budget since these provisions are already
provided to academic staff who obtained sabbatical leave. However, the cost of
overseas accommodation and living costs could be included in the grant budget if the
applicant’s sabbatical stay is not funded by the overseas institute or the University.
17. If cost of accommodation and/or living cost are requested, the applicant should
provide a statement from the overseas institute that they do not provide funds for
accommodation and living costs. In addition, the rent agreement indicating the cost of
rent and period of stay should be provided. The allocation under accommodation
and/or living cost should not exceed 1/3 of the total grant amount.
18. The publication should not be a redundant/duplicate publication.

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6.3 Innovative Pilot Research Project

6.3.1 Introduction

This has been introduced to promote and related work of scholars in University
innovations, creative and artistic research of Kelaniya.

6.3.2 Terms and Conditions

1. The project should be innovative in nature and should address an issue of national
concern in creative ways / new trends within the discipline / innovative interdisciplinary
work / with the potential for a patent outcome.

2. University academics are eligible to apply.
3. Awarded up to a maximum of LKR 1 million and a maximum of three grants annually

on competitive basis. Three copies of bond agreement to be signed by grantee and the
Vice Chancellor indicating the grant amount, the title and the start date.
4. Awarded for research proposals relevant to Sri Lanka which can be carried out in Sri
Lanka
5. Outcome should have the potential to publish at least 2 research articles in indexed
journals. (i.e. Scopus, SCI, AHCI, SSCI and other journal lists recommended by the
University Research Council) and “University of Kelaniya” should be included in
author affiliation.
6. The objectives of the proposed research should address National Development Goals
as outlined in the application form.
7. In an event of failure to publish 2 research papers in indexed journals from the
proposed research, Research Council considers other means of dissemination of
research information accepted by the University Grants Commission. (i.e. Scholarly
work, Creative work, Patents, Monographs, Text books and Scientific and Literary
Communications).
8. Applicants should have Google Scholar & ResearchGate accounts which have been
made public with “[email protected]” email address and the address of University of
Kelaniya.
9. The duly filled application form of Innovative Pilot Project funding scheme should be
submitted accordingly. Application form is available in the Research Council website.
10. Application should be forwarded to the Chairman, University Research Council
through proper channels (Director - FRC/HOD/Dean).
11. A Subcommittee will be appointed to evaluate proposals submitted by applicants with
two copies and the grant is awarded on the basis of subcommittee recommendation.
Subcommittee comprises

i. Chairman, RC and two members from the Research Council.
ii. One evaluator from each discipline of submitted research proposals

from the Faculties of Commerce & Management, Computing &
Technology, Humanities, Medicine, Science, and Social Sciences.
12. If the researcher cannot complete the research within the stipulated period, an
extension may be given up to a maximum of 1 year and in the event the researcher still

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fails to complete and submit the report, the awarded amount may be surcharged from
the salary according to the existing financial rules and regulations of the University.
13. The grant would be released in portions 3 or 6 monthly/or yearly basis based on the
progress of the research. *The full amount of the grant won’t be released at the
beginning of the research under any circumstance which is effective from 02nd May
2018.
14. The applicant should provide the progress reports as applicable and inability to
provide progress reports will lead to the termination of the agreement. In addition, the
progress reports will be reviewed by the Research & Publications committee and
inability to show reasonable advancement according to the time frame will also lead to
the termination of the agreement.
15. The applicants are kindly requested to stick to the budget format in the application form
which is available in the Research Council website.
16. Research Proposal should clearly describe the expected outcome and how it will
contribute nationally and at university level to achieve its goals including financial or
academic goals.

6.4 Foreign Travel Grants/Registration fee reimbursement
for Undergraduate students

6.4.1 Introduction

At 04/ 2019 Research Council Meeting held Accordingly, the Research Council held on
on 03rd April 2019, it was discussed that the 03rd April 2019 decided to amend the
undergraduate students should be guidelines for Foreign Travel Grants and
encouraged to participate for International Guidelines for Providing Registration fees
Research Conferences by providing foreign for local symposia to encourage the
travel grants and Providing Registration undergraduate students to present their
fees for local symposia to present their research articles in Scopus listed journals.
papers in the conferences which are listed Application to be submitted by the
in Scopus. supervisor, on behalf of the undergraduate
for the cost of participation of the
undergraduate student.

6.4.2 Terms and Conditions

• Foreign Travel Grants

The undergraduates should meet the following criteria to be eligible for the award.

• The research paper should have been accepted as an oral or a poster presentation at a
prestigious international meeting or conference, relevant to the field of study and the
student should be the presenter. The applicant should declare the presenting paper

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should not have been submitted to and/or presented at any other national or
international symposium/workshop. In case the applicant is found to breach this
condition, he/she has to refund to the university the full travel grant awarded and will
not be qualified to apply for future travel grants under this scheme.
• The same paper will not be eligible for another travel grant for the supervisor who is a
permanent academic staff member.
• The University address should appear below the name of the student. If the paper does
not contain the words “University of Kelaniya” in the address, the travel grant will not
be awarded.
• The e-mail address of the presenting student should be the university of Kelaniya e-
mail (i.e., username followed by @stu.kln.ac.lk) while the e-mail address of the
supervisor should be the university of Kelaniya e-mail (i.e., username followed by
@kln.ac.lk).
• The supervisor should have Google Scholar and ResearchGate profiles which have
been made public in University of Kelaniya domain and university of Kelaniya email
address ([email protected]) should appear.
• The particular conference proceedings should be listed in Scopus
• The award will be made to cover the cost of participation (registration fee, visa fee, air
fare, cost of accommodation and incidental expenses) for the presenting student and
this would be issued to the supervisor who should be a permanent academic staff
member.
• However, this student travel grant will not be counted as a travel grant awarded to the
supervising staff member.
• Initially one grant can be allowed for each department depending on the number of
departments and Faculty requirements in each faculty. The department of the
supervisor can be considered as the department. Number of departments in each faculty
is considered as the maximum number of grants per faculty.
• Selection criteria developed by the University Research Council should be used to
select the best student presentation from the faculty for recommending a Research
Council travel grant. (Annex a)
• Only one grant will be made in relation to any one research project.
• Applications prepared as per the format given should be sent to the Chairman of the
Research Council with the recommendation of the Director/FRC, Head of the
Department and Dean of the Faculty.
• A hard copy of the abstract/extended abstract that has been accepted for presentation
should be submitted with the application.
• The PDF version of the abstract/extended abstract that had been accepted for
presentation should be submitted with the application to be published in the University
of Kelaniya e-repository
• An individual undergraduate student will be awarded not more than maximum of Rs.
300,000.00 on any one occasion.
• Foreign travel grant requests should be first submitted to faculty grants scheme. If
there are no funds available in FRC, travel grant request should be forwarded to the
Research Council.

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• A report should be submitted within 2 weeks of returning from the meeting. The report
should be made according to the format given Annex 4b.

• After returning to the Country, the student must make a presentation to the Faculty
Board on the research he/she had presented at the international forum.

• Directors/FRCs should keep track whether the presentations are made after returning
to the country and report to Research Council.

b). Providing Registration fees for local symposia

The undergraduates should meet the following criteria to be eligible for the award.

• The research paper should have been accepted as an oral presentation or a poster
presentation at a symposium or a conference organized by a state university,
recognized institution or a professional organization/association and the student
should be the presenter.

• The same paper will not be eligible for another grant for the supervisor who is a
permanent academic staff member.

• One research project is entitled for only one registration fee.
• The e-mail address of the presenting student should be the university of Kelaniya e-

mail (i.e., username followed by @stu.kln.ac.lk) while the e-mail address of the
supervisor should be the university of Kelaniya e-mail (i.e., username followed by
@kln.ac.lk).
• The supervisor should have Google Scholar and ResearchGate profiles which have
been made public in University of Kelaniya domain and university of Kelaniya email
address ([email protected]) should appear.
• The particular conference proceedings should be listed in Scopus
• The award will be made to cover the Registration fee for the presenting student and this
would be issued to the supervisor on behalf of the undergraduate who should be a
permanent academic staff member.
• However, this student travel grant will not be counted as a travel grant awarded to the
supervising staff member.
• Initially one grant can be allowed for each department depending on the number of
departments and Faculty requirements in each faculty. The department of the
supervisor can be considered as the department. Number of departments in each faculty
is considered as the maximum number of grants per faculty.
• Selection criteria developed by the University Research Council should be used to
select the best student presentation from the faculty for recommending a Research
Council grant. (Annex a)
• Only one grant will be made in relation to any one research project.
• Applications prepared as per the format given should be sent to the Chairman of the
Research Council with the recommendation of the Director/FRC, Head of the
Department and Dean of the Faculty.
• The letter of acceptance of the abstract/extended abstract/research paper and the
documentary evidence for the amount of registration fee should be submitted with the
application.
• Applicant should declare the presenting paper should not have been submitted to
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the applicant is found to breach this condition, he/she has to refund to the university
the registration fee awarded and will not qualify for Research Council grants to present
papers at national symposia in future.
• A hard copy of the abstract/extended abstract that had been accepted for presentation
should be submitted with the application.
• PDF version of the abstract should be submitted with the application to be published
in the e-repository of the university.
• Abstract of the paper presented should be published in the Research Gate profile of the
applicant.

6.4.3 Annex A

• Any student who submits a paper for a travel grant without the recommendation of a
supervisor who should be the joint author will NOT be considered.

• The applicant should be an undergraduate or working as a temporary staff in a
department not more than 3 months since the validation date of the degree.

• The paper should appear in a Scopus Indexed publication.
• Both the principal supervisor and/or the principal author should have kln e-mail

address and the affiliation of the corresponding author should appear as the University
of Kelaniya.
• Only one award is given per department per year.
• If more than one applicant from a department applies for the award, the selection will
be done by a panel appointed by the Research & Services Centre of the Faculty. The
evaluation is based on a presentation of the research work by the application to a 4
membered panel. The composition of the panel to be Dean, Head of the respective
department and two faculty members outside the department.
• The research paper should be either related to fundamental research or related to
applied research.
• The presenting research should address one or more United Nations Sustainable
Development goals listed below.

o No Poverty o Reduced Inequality sustainably manage forests,
o Zero Hunger o Sustainable Cities and
o Good Health and Well- combat desertification, and
Communities
being o Responsible Consumption halt and reverse land
o Quality Education
o Gender Equality and Production degradation and halt
o Clean Water and Sanitation o Climate Action
o Affordable and Clean o Conserve and sustainably biodiversity loss

Energy use the oceans, seas and o Peace and Justice Strong
o Decent Work and Economic
marine resources for Institutions
Growth sustainable development
o Industry, Innovation and o Protect, restore and o Strengthen the means of

Infrastructure promote sustainable use of implementation and

terrestrial ecosystems, revitalize the global

partnership for sustainable

development

• Source: https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/sustainable-development-goals/

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7 RESEARCH PROMO

7.1 Research Connect Conference- “Building World
Leading Research Universities

Research Connect Conference- “Building Ariyarathna Jayamaha - Dean- Faculty of
World Leading Research Universities: Graduate Studies, Prof. Patrick Ratnayake -
Elsevier and University of Kelaniya co- Dean- Faculty of Humanities, Prof. B.M.
hosted - Research Connect Conference- Jayawardena - Dean- Faculty of Science,
“Building World Leading Research Cadre Chair & Senior Prof. N.P. Sunil
Universities” jointly organized by the Chandra - Chairman/Research Council,
Research Council, University of Kelaniya Senior Prof. Vidyajothi H. Janaka De Silva,
and Elsevier was held on the 17th of Chairman - National Research Council,
December 2018 at The Kingsbury Hotel, University of Kelaniya, Senior Lecturer G
Colombo. H B A De Silva - Revamping Consultant,
University of Kelaniya, Prof. Ananda
The conference was organized with the Jayawardena - Director General of National
objective of sharing and building upon Science Foundation, Dr. Geetha
valuable information in support of long- Abeysinghe - Programme Director of
term research management efforts; COSTI, Vidyanidhi Prof. Tikiri
strategies and best practices that together Wanninayake - Member of Research
help to build a world- class research Council/Council Member of University of
university. Kelaniya, Dr. C.C. Jayasundara, Librarian
of University of Kelaniya & the Librarians
The event was held under the patronage of of other State Universities, Vice- Presidents
Prof. D.M. Semasinghe, the Vice- of Research, Research Managers &
Chancellor, while Prof. P.S.M. Gunaratne, Research Administrators from all faculties
Vice Chairman- University Grants and all universities, Ms. Shalini Dubey,
Commission presided over the event as the Marketing Development Manager- South
Chief Guest. Asia, Mr. Vijay Sekhar Reddy, Solutions
Sales Manager- South Asia and Dr. Shubra
Present at the occasion were Prof. Upul Dutta Sarkar.
Dissanayake, Vice- Chancellor- University
of Peradeniya, Prof. E.M.P. Ekanayake, The University of Kelaniya especially
Vice- Chancellor- Wayamba University, thanks the co-hosts "Elsevier team" for their
Dr. P.N.D. Fernando - Dean- Faculty of selfless dedication to make this event a big
Commerce & Management Studies, Dr. success
Gamini Wijayarathna - Dean- Faculty of
Computing & Technology, Prof.

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7.2 Research Press Conference I: 21st of December 20172

John W. Creswell states that, “Research is a produce a suitable antivenin drug for
process of steps used to collect and analyse snakebite, the professor further added. Dr.
information to increase our understanding Anuradhani Kasturiratne, Senior Lecturer
of a topic or issue”. It consists of three and Head, Department of Public Health,
steps: pose a question, collect data to Faculty of Medicine, University of
answer the question, and present an answer Kelaniya also commented on this research.
to the question. The University of Kelaniya
with a long tradition of research and A research on solar energy, which is jointly
innovation places a high regard on carried out by the Department of Physics of
excellence in research and supports the University of Kelaniya and the Solar
research of different disciplines. The Energy Solutions Centre was also
University also works hard at pushing highlighted. In this research, not only a fan,
research boundaries, and takes pride in its a radio or a torch which can be recharged
achievements and in the application of by means of a rechargeable solar cell has
research knowledge to beneficial outcomes. been produced, but also a wheelchair with
Accordingly, a press conference organised an emergency SMS service powered by
by the Communication & Media Unit of the rechargeable solar cell had been created.
University of Kelaniya to highlight three This programme is funded by the Ministry
outstanding researches conducted by of Science, Technology and Research.
researchers of Faculties and Institutes of the Under this project, it is planned to train the
University of Kelaniya was successfully younger generation about the productive
held on the 21st of December 2017 at the use of free solar energy. Prof. Ruwan
Government Information Department. Wijesundara of the Department of Physics,
Dr. C.A.N. Jayatissa, Dr. (Ms.) Sujeewa De
At this conference, three researches Silva and Dr. Charith Jayathilaka also
conducted by the researchers of the Faculty commented on research at this Press
of Medicine, the Faculty of Science and the conference.
Postgraduate Institute of Archaeology were
highlighted. At the press conference, a Prof. Raj Somadeva joined the Press
national level research carried out by the Conference to explain about the research on
Medical Faculty of the University of the ‘Prehistoric hunter-gatherers in
Kelaniya on the identification of snakebite transition’, which is conducted by
risk zones in Sri Lanka was announced. Postgraduate Institute of Archaeology,
Vidyajothi Professor Janaka de Silva, University of Kelaniya together with the
Senior Professor of Medicine, Faculty of National Science Foundation. This project
Medicine, University of Kelaniya and is carried out in the mountainous highlands
Chairman of the National Research Council in Sri Lanka. The research revealed
of Sri Lanka, said that more than 80,000 evidence showing a techno-cultural
snakebites have been reported annually in transformation of the traditional hunter-
Sri Lanka which directly affects the health gatherers inhibited in that areas in mid
and the economy of our country. Within the Holocene. Intensification of wild plant
next two years, it will be possible to exploitation and a leap towards symbolism
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explicit in the artefacts excavated in four In addition to the above mentioned
distinct dry tropical cave habitations of the researchers of the University, Cadre Chair
hunter-gatherers. Scientific dates suggest in Medical Micro Biology & Senior
that this event was set in motion in the Professor N.P. Sunil-Chandra, Chairman of
period between 8000 and 5500 cal. VP. The the Research Council of the University of
transformation has mainly occurred in Kelaniya and Prof. Rohana Lakshman
terms of technology, cognition and Piyadasa, Director of the Communication
economy, and the findings of this project & Media Unit of the University of Kelaniya
will help us to discover the cultural identity also participated in this event
of the citizens of this country, he added.

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7.3 Research Press Conference II: 25th of July 2017

Research provides a stage for creativity and ano” was carried out by Dr. D.L. Jayaratna,
innovation in the university system. and the fellow researchers of the
Research is vital for economic and social Department of Microbiology, Department
development of our nation and it is crucial of Chemistry, Gampaha Wickramarachchi
to the mission of our university. A Press Ayurveda Institute of the University of
Conference organized by the Kelaniya.
Communication & Media Unit of the
University of Kelaniya to highlight research Dr. M.G. Kularatna, Senior Lecturer of the
conducted by researchers of the Faculties Department Economics, the Director of the
and the Institutes of the University of Research Centre for Social Sciences
Kelaniya was successfully held on the 25th (RCSS) of the Faculty of Social Sciences of
of July 2017 at the Government the University of Kelaniya and Dr.
Information Department. Hemantha Premarathne, Senior Lecturer in
Economics of General Sir John Kotelawala
At this conference, three researches Defence University discussed “High-tech
conducted by the researchers of the Faculty Japanese Solution (ERS) for Municipal
of Medicine, Gampaha Wickramarachchi Solid Waste (MSW) Management in Sri
Ayurveda Institute and the Faculty of Lanka”.
Social Sciences were highlighted. Dr.
Menaka Hapugoda and the fellow Present at the Media Conference were Prof.
researchers of the Molecular Medicine Rohana Lakshman Piyadasa, the Director
Unit, Faculty of Medicine presented their of the Communication and Media Unit of
comprehensive research on “an operational the University of Kelaniya, Cadre Chair and
model to control dengue in Sri Lanka using Senior Prof. N.P. Sunil-Chandra, the
multiple vector control intervention, new Chairman of the Research Council of the
product development and community University of Kelaniya, Prof. Nilmini Silva
engagement”. Gunawardhane of the Faculty of Medicine,
Prof. Janitha Liyanage of the Faculty of
The study on “anti-microbial activity, Science, Dr. Nayana Gunathilake of the
chemical analysis and clinical efficacy of Faculty of Medicine, Dr. Ranil Dissanayake
kshara sutra in the management of fistula in of the Faculty of Medicine and journalists.

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7.4 Research Press Conference III: 02nd of July 2019

Third awareness press conference on Prof. Chandima Jayasooriya, Coordinator-
research organized by the Communication Scientific Glass Blowing Centre presented
and Media, University of Kelaniya was held a research paper on a study conducted by
on the 02nd of July 2019 at the Department the Scientific Glass Blowing Centre.
of Government Information.
Present at the occasion were the Cadre
Senior Lecturer Dr. Gamini Wijerathna, Chair and Senior Prof. N.P. Sunil Chandra,
Dean- Faculty of Computing and Chairman- Research Council, Senior
Technology, Senior Lecturer Dr. Kaushalya Lecturer Wijayanada Rupasinghe,
Yatigammana, Director- National E- Director- Communication and Media Unit,
Learning Resource Centre, Senior Lecturer Senior Lecturer Dhammika Bandara,
Darshana Somarathna, Deputy Director- Deputy Director- Communication and
National E- Learning Resource Centre were Media Unit, Mrs. H.K.D.W.M.S.K.
present at the occasion representing the Hapuhinna, Senior Assistant Registrar-
research team of the research study Research and Publication Division, nearly
conducted on the theme “Transforming Sri 40 journalists and staff members of the
Lankan Education with Interactive Communication and Media Unit
Multimedia Technology: The Journey to E-
Lankapura”.

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7.5 Awareness Programme on Scopus & Scival Analytics

An awareness programme on Scopus & Dr. Shikha Guptha, Elsevier Customer
Scival Analytics which is being Consultant Research Intelligence and Mr.
administered under Times Higher Vijay Sekhar Reddy, Instructor at Elsevier
Education Ranking was held on the 16th of Intelligence Institute on International
August 2018 at the Auditorium of the Staff Publications for North Asian Zone were the
Development Centre, University of resource persons of the event.
Kelaniya. The prime objective of this
programme which was organized by the Cadre Chair and Senior Prof. N.P. Sunil-
Research Council of the University, was to Chandra, Senior Lecturer Mr. G.H.B.A. De
make the academic staff members aware of Silva - Web Revamping Overall
Scopus and Scival database. Consultant, Directors of Research Centres,
Research Managers and academic staff
members were present at the occasion.

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7.6 Research Council Research Seminar I

“Researching towards National Development & Commercialization”

The first of the research seminar series University of Kelaniya. The seminar was
organized by the Research Council, followed by a technical session on Scopus
University of Kelaniya was held on the 07th & Scival Facilities for Publishing
of November 2018 at the Boardroom of the Research done by Overall Consultant Mr.
Faculty of Science. The prime objective of G H B Arjun De Silva.
this was to establish research culture among
the academics representing diverse fields, Vidya Nidhi Prof. W.M.T.B. Wanninayake
in order to improve the quality of research, graced the occasion as the resource person.
guide research towards national Present at the occasion were Cadre Chair &
development goals and promote Senior Prof. N.P. Sunil- Chandra,
innovations with patent outcomes that Chairman- Research Council, Senior
improves the livelihood of general public. Lecturer G H B A De Silva, Overall
Consultant/ Web Revamping, around 100
The seminar titled “Researching towards academic staff members of the University
of Kelaniya and staff members of the
National Development & Research Council.

Commercialization”, was organized

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7.7 Research Council Seminar II

Contemporary Research and the role of COSTI in R & D

The second of the series of ten seminars on Present at the occasion were Prof.
research organized by the Research Lakshman Senevirathne, the Deputy Vice
Council, University of Kelaniya was held Chancellor, Cadre Chair and Senior Prof.
on the 14th of February 2019 at the N.P. Sunil-Chandra, the Chairman-
Auditorium of the Staff Development Research Council, Prof. Ajith De Alwis,
Centre. The event was organized with the Director- COSTI, Dr. C.C. Jayasundara,
objective of promoting research in the Librarian of University of Kelaniya, Prof.
University of Kelaniya. The resource Prashantha Wijesinghe, Dean - Faculty of
persons of the seminar were Prof. Ajith De Medicine, Senior Lecturer G H B A De
Alwis, PhD - Director of COSTI, Prof. N P Silva, Overall Consultant of Web
Sunil-Chandra, PhD and the Librarian, C C Revamping Activities, academic &
Jayasundara, PhD who conducted the administrative staff members of the
technical session on predatory publications university and staff members of the
and indexes. Research Council.

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7.8 Special Training for the Research Managers by the
Research Council

A special training programme for the The programme focused on the researcher’s
research managers organized by the toolkit and using analytics.
Research Council, University of Kelaniya
was held on the 10th of April 2019 at the Present at the occasion were Cadre Chair &
Auditorium of the Staff Development Senior Prof. N.P. Sunil Chandra, Chairman-
Centre. Research Council, Lecturer G H B A De
Silva, Overall Consultant of Web
Revamping Activities and the invitees

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7.9 Strengthening Research Presentation (Year of Grant
2016) I

“Chronic Kidney Disease of Unknown Ethology (CKDu) – by Prof. N P Sunil Chandra”

Research Council and the Research & Sunil Chandra, Cadre Chair, Department of
Publication Committee of University of Medical Microbiology, Faculty of
Kelaniya decided to have research Medicine under the research titled “A Study
presentations by the researchers who on the Association of Hantavirus infection
completed research grants under and leptospirosis with Chronic Kidney
Strengthening Research grant scheme of the Disease of Uncertain Ethology (CKDu)
University Research Council. The 1st among patients in Sri Lanka”. Members of
presentation of the research carried out Research & Publication Committee and
under Strengthening Research 2016 grant Research Council were invited. In addition
was held on 07th August 2019 in the Senate those who interested were participated.
room. The presenter was Senior Prof. N. P.

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8 UOK RESEARCH SNAPSHOT

8.1 Overall research performance based on Scopus
Publications

Scholarly Authors Field-Weighted Citation Citations per h5-
Output Citation Impact Count Publication index
663 502 0.98 3,737 5.6 23

Table 1: SciVal (2019)

Figure 1: Publications from each Discipline | 2019

8.2 Scholarly Output – Scopus

Figure 2: Scopus Publications from 1996 to 2019 ( 2019 July to December not included)

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8.3 Scopus Topics & Topic Clusters: Between 2014 to 2019,
researchers of the University of Kelaniya have
contributed to

Figure 3: Bubble size: Scholarly Output/Contribution of University of Kelaniya

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8.4 Top 500 Scholars of the University of Kelaniya (2014 –
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Name Scholarl Cita Citations Field-Weighted H-
Citation Impact Ind
y tion Per ex
1.38 29
Output s Publication

De.Silva, Hithanadura 48 441 9.2

Janaka

Rajindrajith, Shaman 31 189 6.1 1.15 19
0.72 14
Pathmeswaran, Arunasalam 25 78 3.1
A. 463 20.1 2.27 15
Kasturiratne, Anuradhani 23 0.66 2
0.98 17
Chandradasa, Miyuru 22 9 0.4

Devanarayana, Niranga 22 147 6.7
39 1.9
Manjuri

Amarasinghe, Upali S. 21 0.49 11
4.43 20
De Silva, Nilanthi Renuka 20 550 27.5 1.12 13

Jayamanne, Shaluka 20 88 4.4
120 6.3
Francis

De Silva, Hithanadura Asita 19 2.07 15
1.17 7
Niriella, Madunil Anuk 19 79 4.2 0.52 5

Chandrasinghe, Pramodh 18 28 1.6
43 2.5
Chitral

Premaratna, Ranjan 17 0.69 14
0.44 5
Gunathilaka, Nayana 16 30 1.9 0.82 14
0.52 4
Wickremasinghe, Rajitha A. 15 62 4.1 0.56 11

Ediriweera, Dileepa 14 34 2.4

Dassanayake, Anuradha 12 33 2.8
30 2.5
Supun

Hapugoda, Menaka D. 12 0.43 5
0.62 11
Paranagama, Priyani 12 100 8.3
46 3.8
Ashoka

Premawardhena, Anuja P. 12 0.45 15
0.59 11
Abeyewickreme, 11 40 3.6
Wimaladharma 10 29 2.9 2.35 13
De Silva, Arjuna 10 86 8.6
Príyadarsin 1.73 9
Mettananda, Sachith 0.71 11
0.78 8
Siripala, Withana P. 10 65 6.5

Wijesundera, Ruwan 10 49 4.9 0.72 13
Palitha 9 62 6.9 1.61 11
Pathiratne, Asoka 1.18 13
0.37 5
De Silva, Deepthi C. 8 64 8

Gunawardena, Nalika K. 8 66 8.3

Kitulwatte, Indira Deepthi 8 18 2.3
52 6.5
G.

Ranawaka, Udaya K. 8 0.82 8
1.03 1
Rupasinghe, Thashika D. 8 23 2.9 1.08 5

Siriwardana, Rohan 8 23 2.9 0.45 2
Chaminda 8 9 1.1
Udayanga, Lahiru

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Wickremasinghe, Ananda 8 632 79 5.28 7

Rajitha 8 12 1.5 0.41 5

Wijesinghe, Prasantha 7 13 1.9 0.26 10
7 26 3.7 1.02 10
Sudehana 7 16 2.3 0.68 3

Abeysena, Chrishantha 7 38 5.4 0.57 4
7 32 4.6 1.3 4
Chandratilake, Madawa N.
6 110 18.3 1.85 5
Gunawardene, Yasanthi 6 12 2 0.48 4
Illika Nilmini Silva
Jayathilaka, K. M.D.C. 6 10 1.7 0.62 3

Sumanasena, Samanmali 6 3 0.5 0.15 2
Priyanga 6 9 1.5 1.29 3
Amarasinghe, Mala D.
6 8 1.3 0.21 5
Chandrasena, Nilmini 6 21 3.5 0.83 4
6 4 0.7 1.03 7
T.G.A. 6 4 0.7 0.63 1
6 16 2.7 0.22 6
De Silva, Shamila Terrance 6 14 2.3 0.57 2
6 202 33.7 4.08 11
G.R.
5 16 3.2 0.82 2
Dias, Naomal G.J. 5 24 4.8 0.42 5
5 25 5 1.15 4
Dias, Ratnayake 5 16 3.2 0.82 2
5 9 1.8 0.17 13
Kaluarachchige Sriya 5 9 1.8 0.86 12
5 47 9.4 1.06 6
Fernando, Ranil F. 5 13 2.6 0.4 2
5 14 2.8 0.34 6
Herath, Rasika Pradeep 5 3 0.6 0.41 3
5 8 1.6 0.65 2
Kumarage, Sumudu K. 5 6 1.2 0.43 3
5 12 2.4 1.12 6
Mettananda, Sachith 5 51 0.2 1
5 14 2.8 2.83 1
Perera, Priyantha Julian

Rodrigo, Rexan

Wickremasinghe, Ananda
Rajitha
Atapattu, H. Y.R.

Attanayake, Renuka Nilmini

De Silva, Asita P.

De Silva, D. S.M.

Deen, Kemal Ismail

Dias, Thiran

Hemachandra, Chamini K.

Hettiarachchi, Shyamani

Hewavisenthi, Janaki

Liyanage, Sidath Ravindra

Luke, Nathasha Vihangi

Palihawadana, Thilina S.

Premathilake, Rathnasiri

Ranathunge, Tharaka

Siriwardhana, Dhammika
D.

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Wickramasinghe, Ananda 5 34 6.8 0.98 5

Rajitha 5 3 0.6 0.2 4

Wijeyaratne, Mudiyanselage 4 1 0.3 0.05 8

Jayantha Sisirak 4 11 2.8 0.49 5
4 2 0.5 0.38 3
Chandrasena, T. 4 9 2.3 0.39 2
4 82 0.37 8
G.A.Nilmini
4 82 0.59 4
Edirisinghe, P. A.S.
4 17 4.3 0.47 5
Fernando, Asvini D.
4 5 1.3 0.31 2
Jayathileka, K. M.D.C. 4 13 3.3 0.64 6
4 13 3.3 0.74 2
Jayawardana, Pushpa 4 2 0.5 0.12 2
Lalani Aranjan 4 12 3 0.82 3
Karunanayake,
Lionel 4 14 3.5 0.29 13

Liyanage, Chandika 4 10 2.5 0.25 5
4 3 0.8 0.24 1
Anuradha Habarakada 3 31 0.38 9

Nanayakkara, Ranil P. 3 93 3.43 2
3 11 3.7 0.59 3
Pathiratne, K. A.S.
3 13 4.3 0.26 4
Perera, Lakshman
3 00 0 0
Rodrigo, Asiri 3 11 3.7 0.25 2
3 23 7.7 1.12 4
Wickremasinghe, Anada 3 7 2.3 0.76 11
Rajitha 3 31 0.56 1
3 5 1.7 0.41 7
Wickremasinghe, Ananda 3 5 1.7 0.47 4
Rajitha 3 93 0.52 1
Williams, Shehan S. 3 2 0.7 0.32 2
3 1 0.3 1.16 7
Yatawara, Mangala
3 93 0.64 1
Abeywickrama, Krishanthi 3 1 0.3 0.24 1
P.
De Silva, H. Janaka

Deepananda, Kariyawasam

Heva Manage Ashoka

Fernando, Meranthi

Preethika

Fernando, P. M.P.

Godamunne, Pavithra

Gunawardena, Kithsiri N.

Jayakody, Jayakody R.P.

Jayasinghe, Chamilka Y.

Jayathilaka, Nimanthi

Jayawardena, Bimali

Kafi, F. S.B.

Kalingamudali, S. R.D.

Kuruppuarachchi, K.
A.Lalith A.
Luke, W. A.N.V.

Mettananda, Chamila

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Nanayakkara, L. D J F 3 4 1.3 0.19 1
3 00 0 2
Pandita, Ven 3 00 0 0
3 62 0.23 4
Perera, B. B.Upeksha P.
3 8 2.7 0.75 2
Perera, Harsha Kumara 3 1 0.3 0.01 4
Kithsiri 3 7 2.3 0.46 8
Rodrigo, Ranmali
3 17 5.7 0.74 4
Salgado, Sujatha Senadera 3 00 0 2
3 22 7.3 0.95 6
Seneviratne, Kapila 2 13 6.5 1.04 5

Nalawatta 2 63 0.82 1
2 1 0.5 0.14 1
Sunil-Chandra, Narapiti P. 2 21 0.76 17

Wickramarachchi, Ruwan 2 42 1.19 2
2 00 0 2
Wijekoon, Nirmala S. 2 7 3.5 0.55 2
2 5 2.5 0.27 3
Amarakoon, Amarakoon 2 21 0.07 1
Mudiyanselage Tissa
2 42 0.53 3
Athauda, Lathika K. 2 21 0.19 1

Bandara, K. V.Sandun N. 2 3 1.5 0.24 1
2 00 0 0
Daranagama, Dinushani
Anupama 2 44 22 1.2 2
Dassanayaka, Anuradha S. 2 84 0.81 5
2 10 5 0.89 2
De Alwis, A. Chamaru D. 2 1 0.5 0.48 1

Denipitiya, D. T.H. 2 42 3.25 1
2 14 7 0.67 2
Deshappriya, Nelum
2 63 0.42 2
Dimuthu Nilmini 2 3 1.5 0.48 1
2 1 0.5 0.12 1
Wijeyaratne, W. M. 2 00 0 2
2 21 0.5 2
Dissanayake, D. M.A.B. 2 00 0 0

Edirisinghe, Anuruddhi
Samanthika
Embuldeniya, Amanda

Fernando, Jayasuriya

Mahapatabendige Ruw

Fonseka, Saranga

Galhena, Prasanna Bandula

Goonathilaka, Gayan

Gunathilaka, Patikiri

Arachchilage Don Hasa

Gunathilake, Bhagya M.

Gunawardhana, L. K A D D
S
Gunetilleke, Bhagya

Guruge, B. M.A.

Hettiarachchi, Mangalika

Jayalal, Shantha G V S

Kannangara, Sagarika H.

Kasthuriarachchi, K. T.S.

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Kasturiratne, Anuradhani 2 00 0 0
2 00 0 1
Kularatne, Mohottala G. 2 63 0.43 3
2 84 4.21 7
Kumarasiri, Shanya G. 2 00 0 3
2 3 1.5 0.48 1
Kumarendran, Balachadran 2 42 1.96 8

Kuruppu, Anchala Ishani 2 1 0.5 0.37 8

Mahalingam, T. 2 21 0.22 1
2 1 0.5 0.43 7
Manamendra-Arachchi, 2 1 0.5 0.35 1
2 1 0.5 0.58 3
Kelum 2 00 0 1
2 3 1.5 0.24 1
Manamperi, Aresha 2 63 0.43 2
2 00 0 0
Sanjeewa P. 2 21 0.36 1
2 00 0 0
Manamperi, Nuwani H. 2 13 6.5 0.99 2
2 3 1.5 1.03 1
Mendis, Kumara 2 9 4.5 0.56 2
2 607 303.5 18.22 6
Munasinghe, I. U. 2 21 0.16 1
2 7 3.5 0.69 2
Muttiah, Nimisha A.
2 00 0 2
Nanayakkara, Julian
2 00 0 1
Narammalage, Harsha 2 3 1.5 0.48 1
2 1 0.5 0.1 1
Padeniya, T. 2 10 5 0.89 2
2 1 0.5 0.1 2
Peiris, Ravindu 2 00 0 0
2 10 5 0.23 2
Perera, B. D.C. 2 1 0.5 0.08 1
2 42 0.48 1
Perera, Kaushalya 2 12 6 1.05 2

Perera, Madushanka S. 2 1 0.5 0.06 3
2 21 0.5 1
Perera, Nandula

Perera, Pannilage Shiromi

Pinidiyapathirage, Janani

Pinto, Diluka

Prasadani, Withanage

Chaturi

Premawardhena, Neelakshi

Chandrasena

Pushpakumara, Chamli

Rajapakse, C. S.K.

Rajindrajith, Shaman

Ramees, Lebbe

Ranaweera, Amanda L.A.K.

Ranaweera, Mahishi

Samanthi, K. A U

Samaranayake, Rohini A.

Senanayake, Chathuri M.

Senarathne, Udara

Dilrukshi

Silva Gunawardene, Y. I.N.

Siriwardana, Harshani

85

Siriwardana, Shirom R. 2 1 0.5 0.42 1
2 42 0.09 1
Sumanapala, Amila P. 2 00 0 1
2 3 1.5 0.72 1
Thrikawala, Sujani 2 1 0.5 0.48 1
2 21 0.56 2
Udayakantha, W. S. 2 00 0 0
2 3 1.5 1.03 1
Udayanga, N. W.B.A.L. 2 00 0 0
2 1 0.5 0.05 1
Warnakulasuriya, Tania D. 2 9 4.5 0.51 2
2 21 0.17 1
Weerabahu, Samanthi 2 1 0.5 0.42 1
2 00 0 1
Weerasooriya, Tharindu
2 00 0 0
Wijegunawardena, Asha 2 00 0 0
1 66 0.76 1
Wijerathna, Tharaka 1 13 13 1.62 1
1 11 0.13 1
Wijesinghe, Chamara A. 1 55 0.68 2
1 00 0 0
Wijesinghe, Shirley Lal 1 00 0 3
1 22 0.39 1
Wijesooriya, Lakmini Inoka 1 22 1.74 1
1 11 2.91 3
Wijeyaratne, W. 1 00 0 0
M.Dimuthu Nilmini 1 33 0.25 1
1 00 0 0
Withanaarachchi, A. S. 1 11 0.96 1
1 00 0 2
Yatigammana, M. R.K.N. 1 00 0 0
1 00 0 1
A.R., Wickramesinghe 1 00 0 0
1 44 0.15 1
Abegunasekara, Chithra 1 11 0.49 1
1 76 76 15.41 2
Abeyewicreme, W.
1 00 0 0
Abeykoon, Sarath C.A. 1 00 0 2
1 11 0.35 1
Abeysekara, Vikum

Abeysuriya, Vasitha

Abeysuriya, Visula

Abeywickrema, W. A.

Adikari, Gamini

Algiryage, Nilani

Amaranath, K. A.

Amarasinghe, Deepika

Amarasinghe, L. D.

Amarasiri, D. Lakmali

Anuk, Niriella Madunil

Asita De Silva, H.

Aththanayake, A. M.H.L.

Atugala, D. M.

Atukorala, K. R.

Balachandran,
Kumarendran
Balasooriya, Namal N.

Balasuriya, Aindralal

Bandara, Anushka J.M.A.P.

86

Bandara, W. A.R.T.W. 1 00 0 0
1 44 0.45 1
Bandara, Wijesinghe 1 00 0 0
1 11 0.19 1
Bandu Weerasooriya, M. K. 1 00 0 0
1 11 11 1.02 5
Batuwitage, Hide 1 66 0.52 1
1 00 0 0
Bhagya, Gunathilake Mahen
1 22 0.33 1
Chackrewarthy, Sureka
1 22 0.39 5
Chakrawarthy, Sureka
1 88 2.24 1
Chaminda, Siriwardana 1 33 0.1 1
Rohan 1 00 0 0

Chandrasekara, Withanage 1 11 0.19 18
1 22 0.97 1
Upali 1 00 0 0
1 00 0 0
Chandrasena, Lal 1 00 0 0
1 00 0 0
Gotabhaya 1 33 1.55 1
1 00 0 0
Chathirangika, Kalpani 1 11 0.25 1

Chathurika Harshani, H. B. 1 00 0 1

Chinthamanie Mohotti, 1 00 0 1
1 00 0 1
Chamari Ruvandika 1 00 0 0
1 16 16 1.17 5
Waniga
1 11 0.53 1
Cooper, Derek J.J. 1 11 0.56 1
1 00 0 0
Cooray, B. N P 1 00 0 0
1 11 0.23 1
Cooray, N. H K 1 11 0.7 1
1 00 0 0
Dabarera, Mangala 1 00 0 3

Dassnayake, A. S.

Dayananda, Nalika

De Alwis, A. C.S.

De Pasaual, M. K.

De Silva Hewavisenthi,
Janaki
De Silva Hewavisenthi,
Shivanthi Janaki
De Silva, Aruni H.W.

De Silva, Asantha

De Silva, B. Asantha

De Silva, Delpechitracharige
Gajabahu Ha
De Silva, H. Asita

De Silva, K. H.W.L.

De Silva, R. L.

De Silva, S. C.

De Silva, Sathya

De Zoysa, D. C Lakruwini

De Zoysa, H. B.H.

Deen, Raeed Y.

87

Denipitiya, Thanuja 1 55 0.76 1

Dhammaratana, I. 1 11 0.05 1

Dhammika, K. A S 1 00 0 0

Dissanayake, Duminda 1 11 0.16 1
00 0 0
D.M.C.

Dolawattha, D. D.M. 1

Edirisinge, Anuruddhi 1 00 0 0
00 0 0
Samanthika

Edirisuriya, Anuradha 1

Ekanayaka, H. 1 11 0.13 1

Epa, Udaya Priyantha 1 00 0 0
00 0 0
Kankanamge

Eranga, Danushka M.S. 1

Fernanado, Meranthi 1 11 0.16 1
1 66 0.58 1
Preethika 1 00 0 0

Fernando, Endahandige

Deepthi Prasadth S

Fernando, F. R.

Fernando, Roshanthi J. 1 11 0.72 3

Fernando, Thilan 1 55 0.57 2

Fernandopulle, Neil D. 1 11 0.19 4

Fujimoto, Takao 1 00 0 3

Galhena, Bandula Prasanna 1 33 0.59 1

Ganehiarachchi, G. 1 00 0 4
A.S.Mangala 1 00 0 0
Gangahawatte, S.

Goonatilleke, Dilith 1 00 0 0

Gulegoda, I. 1 00 0 0

Gunaratna, Gayana 1 11 0.73 1

Gunasekara, Sandya 1 11 0.52 1

Nishanthi

Gunasekera, Niroshini 1 00 0 0

Gunathilaka, Bhagya 1 6 6 0.62 2

Gunathillake, B. 1 00 0 0

Gunawardana, H. M.R.S.S. 1 33 0.39 1

Gunawardana, Kithsiri 1 11 0.1 1

Gunawardane, Nilmini 1 11 0.72 1
55 0.68 1
Y.I.S.

Gunawardena, C. 1

Gunawardena, Panduka De 1 55 0.61 4

S.

Gunawardena, Y. I.N.S. 1 11 0.17 1

Gunewardane, Mahendra 1 00 0 0

Guruge, P. A. 1 00 0 0

88

Habarakada, Liyanage 1 00 0 0

Chandika Anuruddha 1 00 0 3
1 00 0 0
Hapangama, Aruni 1 11 0.2 1
1 44 0.77 1
Hapugaswatta, Harsha 1 00 0 0
1 00 0 0
Harshani, S. R. 1 22 0.39 1
1 00 0 0
Hasan, R. 1 00 0 0
1 00 0 4
Herath, H. M.T.S. 1 44 0.21 6
1 11 0.19 3
Hettiaarachi, S.
1 44 0.35 1
Hettiarachchi, V. S.
1 00 0 0
Hettige, S. 1 66 0.31 4
1 00 0 0
Hewaarachchi, Anuradha P.
1 00 0 0
Hewage, Suwin Nilanga 1 38 38 1.6 1
1 00 0 1
Hewageegana, Prabath 1 00 0 0
1 00 0 0
Hewavisenthi, Shivanthi Jde
S. 1 11 0.19 1
Hewawisenthi, Janaki De 1 00 0 2
Silva 1 99 1.18 1
Ilangakoon, Tharushi 1 22 0.33 1

Janaka De Silva, H. 1 66 0.62 1
1 00 0 0
Janaka, De Silva
1 00 0 0
Hithadurage 1 00 0 0
1 00 0 0
Jayakody, Hemali 1 33 0.25 1
1 33 0.1 1
Jayalath, Kumudika 1 00 0 0

Jayamanne, B. D.W. 1 00 0 2

Jayantha, R. U.H.

Jayarathna, Chamari

Pamoshika

Jayasinghe, L. R.

Jayasinghe, R. P.Prabath K.

Jayathilaka, Charith

Jayathilake, Manjari

Bhagya

Jayathunge, Subani

Jayatunge, Dona Subani
Priyangika
Jayawardana, Samith B.

Jayawickrama, N.

Kalpani, Sumedha

Kalubowila, K. D.R.N.

Kannangara, D. N M

Karalliyadda, Hasnatha
Nuwan
Karunaratne, Hettige Don

89

Karunaratne, Radika 1 88 2.24 1
1 00 0 3
Karunasekera, K.
1 33 0.34 1
A.Wasantha 1 00 0 0
1 44 0.61 1
Kasturiratna, Anuradhani 1 00 0 0

Kasturiratne, K. T.A.A. 1 11 0.07 1
1 00 0 0
Kastuririratne, Anuradhani 1 00 0 3

Kastutiratne, K. 1 00 0 0
T.A.Anuradini 1 11 0.21 1
Kaushalya, C. H T C 1 00 0 3
1 11 0.23 1
Kobbegala, Vipuli Jayendra 1 22 0.33 1
1 00 0 0
Kodikara, Kodikara 1 00 0 0
1 11 0 1
Arachchilage Sunanda 1 22 0.49 1
1 00 0 0
Kodithuwakku, Sajith U.A. 1 16 16 1.17 1
1 00 0 0
Kottahachchi, Dulani
1 33 1.9 1
Kulatunga, D. D.Sarath 1 66 0.36 1
1 00 0 0
Kumara, K. R P S
1 00 0 0
Kumaran, Kumaralingam
1 00 0 0
Kumari, D. M S 1 00 0 0

Kuruppu, Saminda 1 00 0 0
1 11 0.45 1
Kuruppuarachch, K. A. 1 00 0 0
1 11 11 1.02 1
Kuruppuarachchi, Lalith 1 00 0 0
1 11 0.16 1
Lakmini, B. C. 1 11 0.19 2
1 22 0.19 2
Lakmini, Chamila

Lasanthika, Senarath

Chathuri

Liayange, Chandika A H

Liyanage, Chathurika

Liyanage, Saumya

Kumuduni

Lokubandara, Rajapaksha

Walimuni Mudiyansel

Luke, Dunya

Madduma Bandara,

Nadeeka Damayanthi

Maduranga, Kasun

Manampreri, Aresha

Manisha, U. K.D.N.

Marasinghe, Eshani

Mendis, M. M.

Meththananda, Sachith

Mettananda, Kasuni C.

Motha, M. B.C.

90

Mufeena, Mohammadu 1 11 0.19 3
Nisar F.
Munagamage, Thilini 1 11 0.11 1
Munasinghe, Nalinda 1 00 0 0
Munasinghe, Sanjeewa 1 88 2.24 1
Najim, Mohamed Mujithaba 1 11 0.73 4
Mohamed
Nanayakkara, Sunali D. 1 00 0 0
Nandamuni, Y. 1 00 0 0
Nazar, Thaaqib 1 11 0.16 1
Nilmini Chandrasena, T. 1 33 2.2 1
G.A.
Nilmini Silva Gunawardena, 1 00 0 0
Y. I.
Niroshana, Dimuthu 1 00 0 0
Nishanthanie, Samudu W. 1 11 11 0.85 2
Nishanthi, Hewawaduge 1 00 0 0
Menaka
Nishanthinie, Samudu 1 22 1.13 1
Padmasiri, M. K.Dinithi 1 00 0 0
Pallewatta, P. G.A.A. 1 55 0.82 5
Pandithavidana, Dinesh R. 1 00 0 4
Pannila, Ananda S. 1 11 0.11 2
Pathiraja, Hashan 1 00 0 0
Pathiranage, D. M. 1 00 0 0
Pathiranage, Nandana P.W. 1 00 0 0
Pathiranage, T. W. 1 00 0 0
Perera, Dinusha P. 1 00 0 3
Perera, Harshani Suharshi 1 44 1.21 2
S.
Perera, Jayantha 1 22 2.07 1
Perera, K. V.H.K.K. 1 33 1 3
Perera, Nadini 1 11 1.15 1
Perera, Nimal 1 55 0.72 5
Perera, R. R.D.P. 1 33 0.25 2
Perera, Shanika C. 1 00 0 0
Perera, Ulms 1 00 0 0
Perera, Upeksha 1 22 1.63 1
Perera, W. S K 1 22 0.97 1
Perera, Wasantha L.M.V. 1 33 0.39 1
Perry, D. J. 1 22 0.19 1
Pilapitiya, Taraka 1 00 0 0
Piyadasa, R. A.D. 1 00 0 1

91

Piyumal, P. L.A.K. 1 00 0 0
1 00 0 0
Prasanna Galhena, B. 1 33 0.1 1
1 99 1.65 4
Premarathna, Akuratiya G. 1 00 0 0
1 00 0 0
Premaratne, W. A.P.J. 1 00 0 0

Priyankara, C. 1 00 0 0
1 45 45 3.7 1
Priyankara, H. A.C. 1 22 0.1 1
1 00 0 6
Rajapakse, R. K A D G 1 00 0 7
Kasun
Rajapakshe, Nimna 1 11 0.96 1
1 11 0.53 2
Rajidrajith, Shaman 1 22 0.39 1
1 00 0 0
Ranasingha, R. A T C S 1 11 0.07 1
1 11 0.11 1
Ranasinghe, Shalindra 1 00 0 0
1 00 0 1
Ranasinha, Channa 1 33 0.47 1
1 00 0 0
Dhammika 1 44 0.61 1
1 00 0 0
Ranathunge, R. M.T.B. 1 00 0 0
1 44 0.61 1
Ranawake, Udaya 1 44 0.61 1
1 11 0.07 1
Randeny, S. 1 11 0.16 1
1 77 0.42 29
Ranjanie, M. D.Samanthi
1 22 0.39 1
Rasangika, W. P M 1 00 0 0

Rathnayake, I. V.N. 1 22 0.33 1

Razi, Mohamed Jalaldeen 1 00 0 0
1 00 0 0
Rodrigo, Kusum M.D.J.
1 77 0.42 25
Ruchirani, H. P G R C

Rupasighe, Thashika

Rupasinghe, Nawamalika

Salvin, Karahinarachichige

Samarakoon, H. K.

Samaranayake, Hasaranga

Samarasinghe, Buddhini

Samaratunge, I. N.

Sampath, Wikum

Sánchez-Delgado, Roberto
A.
Sandamal, Y. S.

Sandaruwan Kumara,

Kawudugama Ralalage

Prasanna

Sandun Bulathsinghala,

Bulathsinghalage Kalana

Santhirasegaram, Sinthujah

Saranga, Palabendige

Sugeeth

Schrével, Joseph

92

Senanayake, S. Priyangani 1 33 0.1 2
1 109 109 11.21 1
Senanayake, Yasith Udara 1 00 0 0
1 11 1.66 1
Seneviratne, Yashodha 1 33 1.9 2
1 00 0 0
Silva, D. A. 1 00 0 0
1 00 0 1
Silva, Hiroshi J.
1 00 0 2
Silva, N. R.De 1 22 0.28 1
1 00 0 0
Silva, Thilakshi 1 00 0 0
1 33 0.17 1
Siriwardena, Rohan 1 00 0 0
Chaminda 1 16 16 1.17 1
1 00 0 0
Siriwardhana, Deepani 1 00 0 0
1 11 0.49 1
Sivasundaram, Thenuka
1 00 0 0
Subanky, Suvendran
1 00 0 1
Subasingha, Wasanthi 1 11 1.02 1

Subasinghe, Kalya 1 11 0.72 1
1 00 0 0
Subasinghe, S. M V 1 00 0 0
1 66 0.31 52
Subasinghe, Vindya 1 11 4.6 1
1 00 0 0
Subasinghe, Wasantha 1 00 0 0
1 11 0.05 1
Suchintha, Thilakarathne 1 11 2.06 1
1 36 36 3.82 1
Sumanasekera, Rukshala 1 11 0.96 1
1 11 1.01 1
D.N. 1 00 0 0
1 00 0 0
Supun, Dassanayake 1 00 0 0
1 11 0.19 2
Anuradha 1 88 2.24 7

Suranga Sampath, M. I.G.

Surangi, Hapugoda Achchi
Kankanammge Na
Suranjan, Marius

Suraweera, S. A.D.H.N.

Suvendran, Subanky

Teo, Yik Ying

Thilakarathne, Suchintha B.

Tilakarathne, Y.

Tilakaratna, P. M.Y.I.

Tissera, M. H A

Tyagi, Arti

Udara, W. S.A.A.Yasith

Uduwawala, U. M.H.U.

Uduwela, Wasana C.

Ven Pandita, Burma

Wadasinghe, L. G.Y.J.G.

Walisundara, D.

Wanigasekara, R. V.

Wanigasinghe, Jithangi

93

Waraketiya, Prabahvi R. 1 11 0.19 1
1 13 13 0.79 1
Warnakulasooriya, Tania
1 00 0 0
Dayanthi
1 11 0.31 1
Warnakulasuriya, Dianne
1 00 0 0
Tania Dayanthi 1 00 0 6
1 11 0.19 3
Weerakoon, Ranjan
1 00 0 0
Kumara 1 33 0.17 1

Weerasinghe, Gihan 1 22 0.27 3
1 00 0 0
Weerasinghe, Hesiri D.P. 1 22 0.59 2
1 66 0.26 1
Weerasinghe, Sanjaya 1 11 0.07 1
1 44 0.21 1
Kumara 1 00 0 0
1 44 1.13 1
Weerasiri, R. A S 1 28 28 1.92 1
1 99 1.21 1
Weerawardhena, 1 00 0 0
Senarathge R. 1 00 0 1
Weliange, Wasantha S. 1 11 1.01 2
1 11 2.06 3
Wickemasinghe, Rajitha
1 20 20 3.28 1
Wickramaarachchi, Dilani
1 00 0 1
Wickramaarachchi, S. 1 00 0 0
1 00 0 0
Wickramarachchi, P. A S R 1 11 4.6 1
1 14 14 7.12 1
Wickramarachchi, S. 1 77 0.53 1
1 00 0 0
Wickramarathne, Nethmi 1 00 0 0
1 00 0 1
Wickramasinghe, C. N. 1 10 10 1.34 1
1 30 30 2.32 1
Wickremashinghe, Rajitha

Wickremesinghe, A. R.

Wijayanayake, A. N.

Wijayanayake, W. M.J.I.

Wijayarathna, Gamini

Wijayasinghe, Yasanandana
Supunsiri
Wijayawickrama, Buddhika
Asiri
Wijegunawardana, Ndad

Wijenayake, S. I.

Wijenayake, Wasantha K.

Wijesinghe, Jeevani S.

Wijesundara, L. B D R P

Wijewickrema, Buddhika

Wijeyarathne, P. G.

Wikremasinghe, Rajitha

Williams, Senani

Williams, Shehan

Wimal, Abeyewickreme

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