NILIS Welcomes Prof. Diljit Singh as Adjunct ProfessorNILIS appoints Prof. Diljit Singh, from the University of Malaya, Malaysia as an Adjunct Professor to support in MPhil/PhD programmes of NILIS.
Former Professor Diljit Singh of University of Malaya, is academically well known not only in Asia but also internationally.
He has supervised around 40 MPhil/PhD students which included four Sri Lankan students.
NILIS Receives a National Award for the Contribution in Reading PromotionNILIS received a Special Award at the National Reading Month Ceramony held on 28th of October 2014 at the Sri Lanka Foundation. Director - NILIS, Mr. Prasanna Ranaweera accepted the award in the presence of a distinguished gathering. The event was organised by the National Library and Documentation Services Board (NLDSB) of Sri Lanka. The award recognised the contribution of NILIS for reading promotion over the past decade.
MTL/PGTL Students Visit BibileMasters/Postgraduate Diploma students of the Teacher Librarians course (2014/2015) visited Bibile to attend their practical teaching programme on 06/07 February, 2015. Three faculty members and the Assistant Director of Education (Library
Certificate in Research Methodology (CRM) New CourseA new course on 'Research Methodology' will be started on 03rd December 2014. Those who are interested in participatiion can submit information online. Click here.
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Pix: Director- NILIS presenting certificates to participants to the previous batch who completed the 45 hour Research Methodology Course.
Postgraduate Convocation 2014The Postgraduate Convocation of the University of Colombo was held on 23rd September 2014. Two thousand two hundred eighty eight (2288) Postgraduate Diplomas and Postgraduate Degrees were conferred in four Sessions on this day. His Grace the Most Rev. Dr. Oswald Gomis, the Chancellor of the University of Colombo conferred the Degrees at this Convocation.
Thanuja's Book Receives State Literary Award“Muhuda Saha Doni” (The daughter and the sea) written by Thanuja N. Ayagama has won the State Award for the best childrens' book at the State Literary Festival 2014. Thanuja is an alumni of the NILIS course on 'Information Literacy for Writers'. We congratulate her for the achievement.
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