University of Moratuwa

The University of Moratuwa (UoM) on December 22, 1978 under the Universities Act No. 16 of 1978 and operates under the general direction and guidance of the University Grants Commission (UGC), Sri Lanka. However, its origin can be traced back to the Government Technical School (GTS) which was established in Maradana, Colombo 10 in 1893.

The GTS, was renamed as Ceylon Technical College (CTC) in 1906 and in January 1933, The CTC was authorized to prepare candidates for the external degrees in engineering of the University of London and for the Associate Membership Examinations of the three major professional institutions (Civil, Electrical and Mechanical) in England. A Junior Technical Officers (JTO) course was also inaugurated at the CTC in the late 1940’s.

Technical education at Katubedda commenced in 1960 when the technician courses at the CTC were transferred to a new establishment called the Institute of Practical Technology (IPT) constructed at the current premises of the university. It was a gift from the people of Canada and its primary aim was to provide full-time JTO courses for technicians of sub-professional grades. The Government of Ceylon (GoC) in 1961 realized that an effective system of specialized education and training, capable of supplying the country with necessary scientific and technical personnel, was a pre-requisite to achieve and sustain rapid development. The GoC, therefore, appointed a Commission of Inquiry on Technical Education. As engineering education at professional level was provided at that time exclusively by the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Ceylon, the Commission in its report of 1963 recommended the expansion of facilities at Katubedda to cater to professional engineering education.
The Ceylon College of Technology (CCT) was thus established at Katubedda in 1966 which offered practically oriented engineering diploma (Diploma in Technology, abbreviated to Dip. Tech.) equivalent to a degree. It was, developed and offered with technical assistance from UNESCO. The CCT commenced its diploma course with specializations in civil engineering, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering, initially utilizing the physical facilities available at the IPT. The IPT which continued to offer its full-time courses from the same premises was amalgamated with the CCT in 1967 and the JTO course was restructured and renamed as the Technician’s Course. At the beginning of the third year of the Dip.Tech. programme, the electrical engineering stream was bifurcated to electrical engineering and electronic and telecommunication engineering specializations. The Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering was thus formally established in 1969.

The CCT at Katubedda earned university status, as the Katubedda Campus of the then University of Ceylon on February 15, 1972. The Department of Architecture which was located in Colombo at that time was transferred to Katubedda with the formation of this new Campus. The campus at the beginning had only one faculty, i.e. Faculty of Engineering and Architecture. The first president of the campus, Dr. L.H. Sumanadasa, who steered the progress of the Institution, was in fact the principal of the IPT. With Ceylon becoming a republic on May 22, 1972, the corporate name of the university was changed to read as the University of Sri Lanka. Consequently,   the Dip.Tech. programme was upgraded to a B.Sc. Engineering degree programme and all students from the first intake of Dip. Tech. became eligible for a degree. Further, the name of the Technicians Course was changed to read as the National Diploma in Technology (NDT).

With the gaining of university  status,  the  technical  education  programmes  conducted  at the Katubedda Campus were expanded. The Department of Town & Country Planning was established within the Faculty of Engineering & Architecture in 1973. Furthermore, in 1974, with the formation of a link-programme between the University of Moratuwa and the University of Leeds in the UK, the School of Applied Science was instituted. Under this school, the Departments of Chemical Engineering, Materials Science and Mining & Minerals Engineering were established. In 1975, a Computer Centre with a modest computer IBM 1130 computer was established within the Department of Electrical Engineering to serve the entire university. With the development in engineering education at Katubedda, the first postgraduate programme was inaugurated at the Department of Civil Engineering in 1976.

Faculties

Faculty of Architecture

About the Faculty

The Faculty of Architecture is the only University Faculty in Sri Lanka that provides undergraduate and postgraduate studies in the disciplines of Architectural, Quantity Surveying & Planning education.

At present there are more than 2000 Undergraduates and Postgraduate students and the Faculty functions its academic activities with more than 80 academic staff.
The Faculty of Architecture comprises the following 4 academic departments.

The Faculty also has the following divisions and units in addition to the above four departments which provide training and research for the academics and the professionals. 

The Faculty of Architecture at present offers the following Undergraduate Degree programmes. 

In addition, the Faculty of Architecture offers the following Postgraduate Degree programmes. 

The M.Sc (by research), M.Phils. & PhDs. are being conducted by the Postgraduate Studies Division of the Faculty.

 Faculty of Engineering 

The Faculty of Engineering is the largest faculty in the University of Moratuwa, comprising 12 academic departments with about 200 academic staff and around 4000 undergraduate and post-graduate students. The Faculty at present offers Honours Degree of Bachelor of the Science of Engineering degree in 9 disciplines, Honours Degree of Bachelor of Design in Fashion Design and Product Development and Honours Degree of Bachelor of Science in Transport and Logistics Management.

Academic disciplines offered for the B.Sc. Engineering degree include Chemical & Process Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Earth Resource Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronic & Telecommunication Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Textile & Apparel Engineering.

In addition, the Faculty offers many post-graduate courses and research degrees in various engineering and allied disciplines leading to Master of Science, Master of Engineering, Master of Philosophy, Master of Business Administration and Doctor of Philosophy.

FACULTY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

The Faculty of Information Technology is one of the five faculties in the University of Moratuwa and is the first ever faculty of its kind in the national university system of Sri Lanka. The Faculty was established in June 2001 to cater to the growing need for Information Technology(IT) professionals in the country. Presently, the Faculty conducts two internal degree programmes, namely, Bachelor of  Science Honours (B.Sc. Hons.) in Information Technology and Bachelor of  Science Honours (B.Sc. Hons.) in Information Technology & Management, and the external degree programme, Bachelor of Information Technology.

In addition,the Faculty is conducting a Master of Science in IT, a Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence, a Master of Philosophy and Doctoral degrees as postgraduate programmes starting from early 2004. A few professional development programmes have been designed to address the immediate needs of the local IT industry.

 Faculty of Business

“Transforming business through innovations”

Producing Sri Lanka’s next generation of knowledge precursors, Faculty of Business, University of Moratuwa reigns the tertiary education through its world class undergraduate degree programs in Business Science. The main goal of the Faculty of Business is to produce graduates who will be ready to take the businesses to a higher level in the next decade.

With the increasing use of data analytics for improving business efficiency, the world is looking for a new breed of business graduates who can bring fresh insights to an organization.  To bridge the market needs with sufficient breeding of industry required skills, Faculty of business, University of Moratuwa offers three Bachelor of Business Science degree programmes in Business Analytics, Financial Service Management and Business Process Management. 

With solid conceptual underpinning and vocationally relevant knowledge and proficiencies, students are empowered to steer contemporary organizations while reaping the best. The modules and course works are carefully designed with paramount coherence to impending needs of industry and global economy. With more emphasis on teaching, research and consultancy programmes, Faculty of Business is anticipating to utilize University’s technology based core competencies to share synergistic benefits with all its beneficiaries.
 
The key feature in all degree programmes is the focus on analytical skill development. These degree programmes are ideal for students with high quantitative and analytical skills and will be open to students who sat G.C.E A/L in the streams of Physical Science and Commerce and first intake of 100 students was taken in September 2017. Three specializations are catered by the collaborations of Department of Industrial management, Department of Management of Technology and Department of Decision Sciences under BBSc degree program.

Business Analytics
In a world driven by data, excellence in sound judgment and critical thinking are highly regarded. Business analytics broadens the boundaries giving the opportunity to steer-up the skills of the students pertaining to contemporary needs of the organizations. Thriving career opportunities and limitless scope to diverge in all the spheres of modern organizations make the degree worth pursuing.

Financial Service Management
Surpassing conventional financial jobs, Financial Service Management provides a portfolio of career opportunities to excel in the most lucrative financial industry. FSM will enable the overall development of budding managers to come up with the expectations of the corporate world. With thorough enrichment of skills, attitudes and knowledge pertaining to contemporary needs of the financial industry, students are geared to be the forerunners of their field.

Business Process Management
Fostering students with adequate skills and knowledge, Business Process Management degree breeds qualified employees with immense capability to examine and analyse modern day business processes. Improving quality via productivity while strengthening ad-hoc decision making skills to solve problems in real world business scenarios, enable the students to be competent candidates with solid academic background. 

 FACULTY OF MEDICINE

GREETINGS FROM THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF MORATUWA!

“The Faculty of Medicine, University of Moratuwa is the newest addition to the Sri Lankan medical faculties”

The faculty, as the latest medical faculty, aspires to be innovative in teaching and create for the students a vibrant learning environment. It is the only Faculty in the country to have a Department of Medical Technology, which is a new addition to the Sri Lankan medical education. Technology for Medicine stream is novel and has been incorporated to the curriculum with a vision to promote the development of new technology offering better and more cost-effective health-care solutions.

TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT DIVISION (CITES)

University of Moratuwa (UoM), Sri Lanka’s leading technological university has a long history in networking being a pioneer in connecting Sri Lanka to the global Internet. For decades, UoM has been producing graduates who have made a name in the area of Networking. To further cement its leadership role in networking, UoM – Center for IT Services (CITeS) has partnered with the global vendors and training partners to enhance technical skills of UoM students as well as to fulfil corporate training requirements . In 1990s, University of Moratuwa has established Center for IT Services (CITeS) to fulfil the University computer maintenance requirements and in 2017 CITeS established Training & Development Division according to the Council approved new organizational structure. Currently, the Training and Development Division is delivering their own training programs as well as Cisco Networking Academy and AWS Academy training programs.

ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES

FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE 

FACULTY OF BUSINESS

  • Honours Degree of Bachelor of Business Science

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING

FACULTY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

POSTGRADUATE DEGREES

Research based Degrees

Degree of Master of Science (MSc)

Degree of Master of Philosophy (M.Phil)

Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D)

Taught Courses

Faculty of Architecture

Department of Architecture

Degree of Master of Urban Design

Degree of Master of Science in Architecture

Degree of Master of Science in Architectural Conservation of Monuments and Sites

Degree of Master of Science in Landscape Design

Degree of Master of Science in Interior Design

Department of Building Economics

Degree of Master of Science in Project Management

Degree of Master of Science in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution

M.Sc in Occupational Safety and Health Management

Department of Town and Country Planning

Degree of Master of Science in Town & Country Planning

Degree of Master of Spatial Planning Management & Design

Faculty of Engineering

Degree of Master of Engineering

Department of Chemical & Process Engineering

Degree of Master of Science in Polymer Technology

Degree of Masters of Science in Sustainable Process Development

Department of Civil Engineering

Degree of Master of Science in Construction Project Management

Degree of Master of Science in Environmental Engineering & Management

Degree of Master of Science in Environmental Management

Degree of Master of Science in Water Resources Engineering & Management

Degree of Master of Engineering in Foundation Engineering & Earth Retaining Systems

Degree of Master of Engineering in Highway & Traffic Engineering

Degree of Master of Engineering in Structural Engineering Design

Degree of Master of Science in Transportation

Degree of Master of Business Administration in Infrastructure

Degree of Master of Business Administration in Project Management

Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Degree of Master of Science in Computer Science

Degree of Master of Business Administration in Information Technology

Degree of Master of Business Administration in e-Governance

Department of Earth Resources Engineering

Degree of Master of Science in Remote Sensing & Geographical Information Systems

Degree of Master of Science in Mining and Mineral Exploration

Degree of Master of Gemmology

Degree of Master of Science in Gemmology

Department of Electrical Engineering

Degree of Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

Degree of Master of Science in Electrical Installations

Degree of Master of Science in Industrial Automation

Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

Degree of Master of Science in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering (not currently conducted)

Degree of Master of Science in Telecommunications

Degree of Master of Science in Electronics & Automation

Department of Materials Science & Engineering

Degree of Master of Science in Materials Science

Department of Mathematics

Degree of Master of Science in Operational Research

Degree of Master of Science in Financial Mathematics

Degree of Master of Science in Business Statistics

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Degree of Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Systems Engineering

Degree of Master of Engineering in Energy Technology

Degree of Master of Science in Building Services Engineering

Department of Textile & Clothing Technology

Degree of Master of Science in Textile & Clothing Management

Department of Transport & Logistic Management 

Degree of Master of Supply Chain Management

Faculty of Information Technology

Department of Computational Mathematics

Degree of Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence

Department of Information Technology

Degree of Master of Science in Information Technology

Degree of Master of Science in Multimedia Technologies

Faculty of Business

Department of Management of Technology

Degree of Master of Business Administration in Management of Technology

Degree of Master of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMAS

Taught Courses

Faculty of Architecture

Department of Architecture
Postgraduate Diploma in Urban Design
Postgraduate Diploma in Architectural Conservation of Monuments and Sites
Postgraduate Diploma in Landscape Design
(This programme is pending approval of the UGC) Postgraduate Diploma in Interior Design

Department of Building Economics
Postgraduate Diploma in Project Management
Postgraduate Diploma in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution

Department of Towna and Country Planning
Postgraduate Diploma in Town & Country Planning
(This programme is pending approval of the UGC) Postgraduate Diploma in Spatial Planning Management & Design 

Faculty of Engineering

Department of Chemical & Process Engineering

Postgraduate Diploma in Polymer Technology

Postgraduate Diploma in Sustainable Process Development

Department of Civil Engineering

Postgraduate Diploma in Construction Project Management

Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Engineering & Management

Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Management

Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Water Resources Engineering & Management

Postgraduate Diploma in Foundation Engineering & Earth  Retaining Systems

Postgraduate Diploma in Highway & Traffic Engineering

Postgraduate Diploma in Structural Engineering Design

Postgraduate Diploma in Transportation

Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration Specialised in Infrastructure

Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration Specialised in Project Management

Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Postgraduate Diploma in Computer Science

Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration Specialised in Information Technology

Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration Specialised in e-Governance

Department of Earth Resources Engineering

Postgraduate Diploma  in Remote Sensing & Geographical Information Systems

Postgraduate Diploma in Mining and Mineral Exploration

Postgraduate Diploma in Gemmology

Department of Electrical Engineering

Postgraduate Diploma in Electrical Engineering

Postgraduate Diploma in Electrical Installations

(conducted jointly with Mechanical Engineering)  Postgraduate Diploma in Industrial Automation

Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

(not currently conducted) Postgraduate Diploma in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

Postgraduate Diploma in Electronics & Automation

Department of Management of Technology

Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration Specialised in Management of Technology

Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration Specialised in Entrepreneurship

Department of Materials Science & Engineering

Postgraduate Diploma in Materials Science

Department of Mathematics

Postgraduate Diploma in Operational Research

Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Mathematics

Postgraduate Diploma in Business Statistics

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Postgraduate Diploma in Manufacturing Systems Engineering

Postgraduate Diploma in Energy Technology

(conducted jointly with Civil Engineering and Electrical Engineering) Postgraduate Diploma in Building Services Engineering

Department of Textile & Clothing Technology

Postgraduate Diploma in Textile & Clothing Management

Faculty of Information Technology

Department of Computational Mathematics

Postgraduate Diploma in Artificial Intelligence

Department of Information Technology

Postgraduate Diploma in Information Technology

Postgraduate Diploma in Multimedia Technologies

Faculty of Business

Postgraduate Diploma in MOT

Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship

CENTRES PROVIDING ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES

Teach English and meet CSD needs ofstudents and staff

  • CAD/CAM Centre

Promote CAE and industry interaction

  • Engineering Design Centre

Promote innovation in local manufacturing

To provide administrative support in delivering open and distance learning programmes. 

SCHOLARSHIPS

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

  • Millennium Information Technologies Scholarship:

This is a scholarship scheme within the CSE department to help students with financial needs. These scholarships are funded through industry collaborations. Presently, there are two scholarships available through financial support from Millennium Information Technologies (Pvt) Ltd (MIT). While the students will be formally informed about these scholarships at the beginning of semester 5, you must speak to your semester coordinator or the head of department if you have any financial problems with regard to your studies.

STUDENT AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering, Faculty of Engineering

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Faculty of Engineering

CLUBS AND SOCIETIES A-Z

Main Student Societies:

  • The University Students’ Union

This is the union consisting of all members of the Faculty unions of the University.

The union consisting of the representatives of students in the Faculty of Engineering , elected for a period of one year.

  • The Architecture Faculty Students’ Union

The union consisting of the representatives of students in the Faculty of Architecture.

  • The Information Technology Faculty Students Union

The union consisting of the representatives of students in the Faculty of Information Technology.

  • The N.D.T. Students’ Society

The society consisting of the representatives of students in the NDT program of the Institute of Technology, University of Moratuwa.

Other Societies:

  • Astronomical Society
  • Buddhist Society
  • Catholic Students’ Society
  • Civil Engineering Society
  • Computer Society
  • Electrical Engineering Society
  • Electronic Club
  • English Literary Association
  • Ethugalpura Students’ Circle
  • Gavel club
  • LEO Club
  • Majlis Ui Islam Society
  • Maritime Club
  • Media Club
  • Materials Engineering Students’ Society
  • Mechanical Engineering Society
  • Moratuwa Students Christian Fellowship
  • Nature Team
  • Building Economic Student Society
  • Rangamadale Api Rangakala Ekamuthuwa
  • Rotaract Club
  • Sinhala Cultural Society
  • Sisu Sahana Society
  • Student Development Society
  • Tamil Literary Society
  • Toastmasters Club

PHYSICAL EDUCATION DIVISION

Director: Mr. K.R.D.C. Rathnamudali

The programmes in the Physical Education Division are organized to cater to competitive as well as recreational sports and physical education for the student population. It provides opportunities for the students to achieve and maintain their physical fitness and to secure a gainful use of leisure time which is very useful for their health. The programmes also seek to foster closer staff student relationship. Physical Education Division also provides facilities to developed high performances in sports locally and Internationally too. 

Facilities for the following sports are provided to the students. 

The Gymnasium for weight training and physical fitness is available with the above mentioned facilities. The new gymnasium is also available for practicing badminton, table tennis, volleyball, basketball ,taekwondo etc. 

AthleticsElleSoftball Cricket
BadmintonFootballSwimming
BasketballHockeyTaekwondo
BaseballKarateTable Tennis
CaromNetballVolleyball
ChessRowingWeight Lifting
CricketRugby FootballWrestling

Student Counselling Service

Mission

To create a homely, friendly, healthy and conducive academic environment for the university of Moratuwa undergraduates to perform their level best in achieving their academic, extracurricular, personal and life goals

Counselling Service at UOM

Students enrolled at University of Moratuwa are responsible in playing a balancing act between academic, extracurricular and personal commitments to achieve their life goals fruitfully. Some of the students however might not sail through this academic journey smooth due to the loss of the said balance caused by reasons unique to them. 

The University of Moratuwa Student Counselling Service is dedicated to assist, uplift and empower such students ensuring their confidentially and with a greater level of understanding to manage their problems. 

Our committed team includes both male and female counsellors (n=50), who are caring and treating students as their own friends/children with the main objective of making the stay at university of Moratuwa a pleasant, meaningful, fruitful and a memorable one.

What is counselling?

Counselling is the process of assisting, guiding and empowering students to resolve their academic, personal, social or psychological problems/difficulties. It is a co-journey  which helps the counselees  to explore their problems more clearly, possibly from a different view-point. This process enables the counselee to focus on his/her feelings, experiences or behavior, with a goal of facilitating a positive change. At the end of this journey the counselee will acquire knowledge and skills to handle issues of same caliber by himself/herself with a greater level of confidence to successfully and efficiently perform in academic environment and the society as a whole. Advising or providing solutions to a problem is NOT counselling. 

In case of students with psychiatric imbalances/issues, while providing psychoeducation regarding their situation, a treatment plan will be introduced to manage the condition. The student will be referred to a consultant psychiatrist for treatment in case of need through the student counselling unit.  

Who is a counsellor?

A counsellor will actively listen to a counselee with empathy to provide him/her opportunity to clearly understand the problem and empower him/her with strength and guidance to take actions in managing/resolving the problem by their own. A counsellor facilitates a safe  and none judgmental space ensuring confidentially for the counselee to share any of his/her grievances.   

When do you need counselling?

When a particular issue has been troubling you over a period of time and you’re having difficulty in managing, controlling the situation or not having enough knowledge in finding a solution on your own you may seek assistance of a trained counsellor.

Why do you need counselling?

  • To avoid issues getting worse
  • To facilitate personal growth and self-empowerment 
  • To re-structure errors/distortions in thinking and behavior
  • To identify hidden skills and potentials
  • To clarify goals and set realistic steps to meet them 
  • To have fulfilling relationships by addressing the related difficulties
  • As a therapeutic approach to ensuring mental health and wellbeing 

Student Counselling Unit       

Student Counseling Unit is located at the 3rd Floor of the New Admin Building of UOM.  

  • Opening hours – Monday to Friday during working hours  
  • Direct line – 0112640538, Extensions – 1780, 1781                                                                                                      
  • Web site –  https://uom.lk/scu

How to meet a counsellor?

Student counselors are available at every Department to guide students at any time of need. Students are free to contact any coulsellor across Departments and Faculties over the phone, via email, social media or personally meet them  to discuss grievances. 
Students can make appointments through the student counselling unit to meet the chief student counsellor or any other student coulsellor. Further, the students can lodge their complaints or make appointments by logging in to the web site of the student counselling unit. 

STUDENT WELFARE FACILITIES

The Welfare Division of the University is providing following services to students;
•    Co-ordination of Mahapola Higher Education Scholarships and other Scholarships 
•    Selection and facilitating the payment of Bursaries
•    Handling Canteen Facilities
•    Handling Hostel Facilities
•    Facilitating formation of Students’ Unions, Clubs and Societies
•    Facilitating to obtain approval for events organizing by the students
•    Issuing forms / letters to obtain Railway/ Bus Concessionary Season Tickets 
•    Handling the service of “Sisu seriya” buses to students
•    Issuing Studentship Confirmation Letters, Student Progress Reports and Recommendation to obtain Lap top computer loans

SECURITY SERVICE

To ensure the safety and prevent breach of discipline of all students and staff within the university and to protect the property of the university from theft, destruction etc, a Security Service is made available in the campus. At present, the University Security Service comprises a Chief Security Officer, Security Inspectors and Security Guards. The services of a private security organisation are also obtained.

The rules & regulations for the conduct of students within the University is stated in the By-Law no. BRD 13 and available at Deputy Registrar (Academic&Publications) office (Ext-1110/1111).

In case of emergency, the students are advised to contact any security officer or the Chief Security Officer as soon as possible. The officer(s) will then advice/help you in the said situation.

Acting Chief Security OfficerExtension No.Building Code
Mr. Akila Thushara1901AD1
MarshalExtension No.Building Code
Mr. R.R. Abeywickrama1910AD1
Security InspectorsExtension No.Building Code
Mr. D. M. Rohana Dissanayake1902AD1
Mr. K.C. Eranga De Silva1902AD1

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

QuestionContact Person Where?
How do I register for the academic year?SAR / Examinations (Ext. 1401)Examination Branch
How do I register for subjects?Director/Undergraduate Studies       (Ext. 8201)
How do I find hostel accommodation?Male/Female Sub-wardens (Ext. 1850)Hostel Office
How do I find addresses of private boarding places?AR / Welfare (Ext.1831)Welfare Office
Whom should I contact for Bursary/Mahapola Scholarship?AR / Welfare (Ext. 1831)-(as above)-
How do I obtain bus / train season tickets?AR / Welfare (Ext. 1831)-(as above)-
What should I do if I fall ill? University Medical Officer (Ext. 1810) Medical Centre
What should I do if I miss practical or continuous assessments?Lecturer In-Charge of the subject 
What should I do if I miss an examination?SAR/Examinations (Within 48 hours)* (Ext. 1401) 011-2650586Examinations Branch
Whom should I contact for counseling matters?Chief Student Counselor or Counselors 011-2640484 / 0714269434Counseling Office
Whom should I contact for security related issues?Chief Security Officer (Ext. 1901)    011-2650559Security Office
Whom should I contact for highly personal matters?Professional Counselor (Ext. 1816)L-Block
Whom should I contact for matters related to academic work?Academic Advisor 
How should I get the approval to go overseas during academic semesters ?Director/Undergraduate Studies**    (Ext. 8201)

A student who has missed an end-of-semester examination because of illness or other compelling reason should appeal with supporting documents to the Dean through Academic Advisor through Head of Department for an Academic Concession within one calendar month from the date of examination.

Senate approval should be obtained by applying through Faculty Board.

Errors and Suggestion

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