Project Inherent

We declare that human rights are for all of us, all the time: whoever we are and wherever we are from; no matter our class, our opinions, our sexual orientation Ban Ki-moon Many have questioned the value of Human Rights in a world of huge refugee flows, seemingly interminable conflicts, and rising levels of xenophobia…

Project Kickstarter 2.0

My biggest motivation? Just to keep challenging myself. I see life almost like one long University education that I never had – everyday I’m learning something new Richard Branson The project Kickstarter was initiated under the Public Relations Avenue in order to emerge entrepreneurs and encourage small businesses during this pandemic. The project was held…

Motivation vs Habits

Find your reason and motivation will follow to keep you persevered on your habit  The alarm goes off, it’s “I will go to war” by Tessa Thompson that’s playing. Surely this song with the scene from Creed 2 playing on your mind is enough for you to get yourself out of bed, starting your day. But…

Bringing Home Gold

Difficult roads lead to beautiful destinations The 30th of August 2021 marked a new dawn for Sri Lanka as Dinesh Priyantha Herath hit three birds in one stone at the Tokyo Olympic stadium when he claimed gold, broke the world record and won Sri Lanka’s first-ever gold medal in the Paralympic Games history. Dinesh stole…

Colorless Love

            To Sir With Love – Book Review The best saying ever said so far regarding colour bar is that the colour of the blood of every ethnic group is the same whatever complexion one inherits. The novel, “To Sir With Love” which carves that saying in the minds of readers spontaneously is another excellent creation…

Rotti & Tea

Rotti & Tea, a name that signifies two nations under one slogan with its own uniqueness. This was name of the project that was organised by the International Services avenue of the Rotaract Club of SLIIT from Sri Lanka and the Rotaract Club of SRM Kattankulathur from India. ‘Rotti’ represents the youth from India whilst…

Karma or Coincidence

I was waiting for the traffic light to turn green when suddenly something came falling down the sky and landed right on the middle of the hood of my car with a loud “THUD”. Even though I could see it beforehand of the collision, it caught me off guard that I could barely stop myself…

Project Mirror

Feeling beautiful has nothing to do with what you look like Emma Watson The Project Mirror was initiated by the Rotaract club of SLIIT on 2nd of October 2021 under Community Services Avenue. The session was conducted via zoom platform. The theme for the day was “Reflecting on my reflection”. The Project Mirror has started…

A Promise

Words spoken after a tragedy became a promise to a young life Sunlight streamed through the branches of the trees in the cemetery. The yellow rays shone on a pair of coffins laid out near freshly dug soil. The coffins were plain wood, simple and unadorned. A woman stood by them, standing still as a…

Beyond the Myth

You don’t really need modernity in order to exist totally and fully. You need a mixture of modernity and tradition Theodore Bikel A Premise in its entirety, Culture and Tradition has been the binding glue in human relationships, interactions, and perceptions for centuries. Whilst it holds beauty, historical value, festivities, and the stories of the…