December 1st is the world AIDS day. World AIDS Day was established by WHO in 1988. This day provides governments, national AIDS programs, faith organizations, community organizations, and individuals with an opportunity to raise awareness and focus attention on the global AIDS epidemic.
World AIDS Day 2010 is all about raising awareness to tackle HIV prejudice and help stop the spread of HIV.
Lets join our hands together to educate people about AIDS and stop the spreading of HIV.
STOP AIDS. KEEP THE PROMISE.
Leo Multiple DIstrict 306 is organizing the annual Leo walk for the year 2010 under the theme "Together Green". The walk is scheduled to be held From Mahanama College to Lions Activity Center Colombo on 4th December 2010.
Now its time to call your fellow Leo Members, Family and Friends for the most awaited day.
Dress Code for the walk will be Blue Denim/Skirt with White or Green T-Shirt/Shirt/Blouse.
Hope to see you all in numbers on 4th of December.
Pre-media release : http://www.prlog.org/11119487-sri-lankan-leos-preparing-for-leo-walk-2010-green-together.html
More than 120 students participated in the event where they were given a complete model exam paper and some other additional notes which were prepared by UoM LEOs. Problems that they had regarding the examination questions were discussed and gave solutions for their problems. The seminar was conducted from 8 a.m to 3 p.m.
Finally we could motivate the students to face the exam in a confident manner using our experiences as well. At the end of the day it was a great experience we had teaching them, and it is our hope that they will do well and achieve the best results in the exam.
Conducting the seminar........
Model exam paper........
This was the 7th time that the blood donation was continuously organized by the LEO club of UoM. The donation was held in memorial of Mahesh Abaywickrama(Past President) , Piyumal Gunawardane(Past Member) and all war heroes who fought for the sake of the country. The occasion was commenced after the religious observations. It was going bit slowly at the beginning. However it was crowded after the noon. Not only students from all faculties but also non-academic staff members donated. The donation was held until 4.30 pm.
It should be thankful to all blood donors, staff of the blood bank, staff of the university health center and those who helped to make this event success.
Religious observations .............
The queue of donors....
Serving refreshments for donors.....
මෙවර අ.පො.ස(සා.පෙ) සඳහා පෙනී සිටින සහෝදර සහෝදරියන් මෙම සම්මන්ත්රණ මාලාවේ උපරිම ඵල නෙලා ගනු ඇතැයි අපි අපේක්ෂා කරමු.
LEOs of University of Moratuwa has realized the need of a proper guidance to make CVs, also the need of a proper confidence of undergraduates for a successful interview. As a result ‘THE FIRST STEP’ was arisen.
The ENTC 1 auditorium of University of Moratuwa was selected as the place. The workshop was held by level 4 students contributing a lecturer from the Carrier Guidance Unit- University of Moratuwa. Presentations were made regarding the CV writing and several activities were done which were regarding interview facing.
Until this week four seminar sessions has been held successfully. For each session a club member is participated as the resource person. Handouts which include subject matters were distributed among students. Following are several pictures taken from the 2nd session of seminar which was held by Leo Ishara Karunarathne.
We hope that O/L students will get the best benifit from this effort..........
After those presentations new comers could engage with two activities. Both were done under the leadership of club president Leo Damith Amarakoon. One was to identify each others and to develop presentation skills. New comers were coupled and advised to do a brief introduction about his partner in front of the audience. Next one was regarding the teamwork. They were given to solve a problem which cannot solve independently. New comers could knowledge about the valuability of teamwork.
30 new faces could see in the program. After the orientation program general meeting of the Leo club was held. Participation of all new comers for the general meeting has to be specially mentioned.
The Engineering Faculty of the University of Moratuwa has organized EXMO 2010 exhibition to educate the student population and the public on the latest development in the engineering , IT and several other fields at the university premises from September 9 – 11 from 9. a.m. To 7. p.m. All the departments of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Moratuwa, which consists of, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering, Earth Resources Engineering, Materials Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Textile and Clothing Technology, exhibited the latest developments in each field of engineering, with special emphasis on nationally relevant research and development Activities. A large number of public and private institutions involved in engineering, utilities and other services actively participated in EXMO-2010, with exhibition stalls.
The exhibition is aimed at educating the public on the role, service and the mission of engineering to the public while making the schoolchildren aware on the advanced technology. The demonstration on the use of latest technological implements belonging to the University laboratories, final year projects of undergraduates, postgraduate projects which will give the participants a rare insight in to cutting edge research and technology were took place at this exhibition.
Live updates of the exhibition was brodcaseted with ExMo TV and ExMo FM. Also live webcast for both TV and FM have been done with www.exmo.lk . Entertainments and competitions were also held at the university premises in parallel to the exhibition such as robot competition. The Public could witness the new innovations made by the university students at this exhibition.
Due to the exam period of the university and we were preparing for the EXMO technical exhibition it was very difficult period to find members for the projects. But since us, Leos of UOM are always looking forward to serve society we decided to take the challenge.
We went to the Elders home around 9.00 a.m, spent some time with them and served them tea and other sweets we took there. After having the tea they blessed us all for the foods we serve them and thanked us. That was a very emotional time for us because we did not expect something like that specially from the people in their age.
And then at the end of the tea time we got a chance to sing several songs with them. That was very joyful time for both of us. Some of them were very good singers that they sang more songs than us as well. So at the end they were