30th Rotaract District Assembly

After the successful conclusion of the Rotaract year 2019-20, the 30th Rotaract District Assembly was held on the 4th of July 2020, to appreciate the hard work and dedication of the Rotaract clubs of District 3220 and also to hand over the reins to a new District Rotaract Representative and a new District Steering Committee….

How to survive a Zombie Apocalypse

First things first. Before surviving a possible zombie attack, we need to identify who are these creatures. ZOMBIES– the word itself gives you a horrific feeling, and rightly so it should be. A zombie is an un-dead creature which rose from THE DEAD. Many people believe that zombies are fictional characters as there were no…

Make them smile ’19

Children’s Day began on the second Sunday of June in 1857 by Reverend Dr. Charles Leonard, pastor of the Universalist Church of the Redeemer in Chelsea, Massachusetts: Leonard held a special service dedicated to, and for the children. Leonard named the day Rose Day, though it was later named Flower Sunday, and then named Children’s…

A walk for a cause: Polio walk & carnival

POLIO, short for poliomyelitis, is an infectious disease caused by the polio-virus. After someone gets infected, there is a 0.5% chance of getting a muscle weakness resulting in an inability to move (paralysis). This paralysis can occur over a few hours to a few days of time. The weakness most often involves the legs. In those with muscle weakness, about 2-5% of children and 15-30% of adults…

Light up their world 2.0– Day 01

21 st September 2019, didn’t feel like a usual Saturday. Even the Sun looked over joyed as if it was waiting to light up the world. The weekend which is meant to be relaxing and dedicated for sleepy heads was full of enthusiasm and excitement. It was a long-awaited day for our Rotaractors of SLIIT….

We love the sea 19′

What is the source of this pollution? To where will this lead? “The ocean” the home for millions of aquatic animals and plants, is affected badly by human operations. The litter end up on coastlines and beaches washed up in with waves are mistakenly eaten by marine animals.In pursuance of the Global Beach Cleanup Day,…

Annual General Meeting of RACSLIIT for the year 2019/20

The Annual General Meeting of the Rotaract Club of SLIIT for the year 2019-20 was held on the 11th of July 2019 at the Faculty of Computing. It was the first significant occasion of the year as the new Board of Directors was introduced. The meeting was commenced according to the Rotaract formalities of flag…

Say NO to Dengue

DENGUE!  Everyone knows how much of danger that word contains. Dengue fever is a mosquito-borne tropical disease caused by the dengue virus. Symptoms typically begin three to fourteen days after infection. This may include a high fever, headache, vomiting, muscle and joint pains, and a characteristic skin rash. Recovery generally takes two to seven days….

R e t h i n k   T r a s h – Mission Arugambay

Arugam Bay, located in the dry zone of Sri Lanka’s southeast coast is one of the many enticing locations unique to this tropical island. Famous for the quality of its surf breaks, the bay attracts surfers from all over the world and has hosted several international surfing competitions. The deep blue waters, fine sandy beaches…

සුරකිමු කෝට්ටේ 19′ (Surakimu Kotte 19′)

The Sri Daladha Perehera of Kotte Raja Maha Viharaya was held on 07th of September 2019 for the 119th time. Kotte Sri Daladha Perehera is one of the oldest and the grandest festivals of all Buddhist festivals in Sri Lanka, featuring dancers, fireball acrobats, musicians, and lavishly decorated elephants. Annually, the Kotte Raja Maha Viharaya…