Conclusion -  Peradeniya eFac canteen story written by late Professor E.F. Bartholomeusz Today we conclude "The Canteen Story" written by late Professor E.F. Bartholomeusz. Use the link below to access previously published instalments.Part 1: Birth of an ideaPart 2: Opening moves - research and reportPart 3. The first Canteen Committee (C.C.)Part 4: The Inner CirclePart 5: Financial practicesPart 6: A leap forward - extension in services Part 7: ConclusionTaking what at first ...

Canteen Story Part 6 : A leap forward - extension in services Part 6 of "The Canteen Story" written by late Professor E.F. Bartholomeusz is published today. Use the link below to access previously published instalments.Part 1: Birth of an ideaPart 2: Opening moves - research and reportPart 3. The first Canteen Committee (C.C.)Part 4: The Inner CirclePart 5: Financial practicesPart 6. A leap forward - extension in services Initial plans were ...

Canteen Story - Financial practices Part 5 of "The Canteen Story" written by late Professor E.F. Bartholomeusz is published today. Use the link below to access previously published instalments.Part 1: Birth of an ideaPart 2: Opening moves - research and reportPart 3. The first Canteen Committee (C.C.)Part 4: The Inner CirclePart 5. Financial practicesAs a matter of routine, daily sales records of tea and cigarettes ...

Canteen Story - Part 4: The Inner Circle Part 4 of "The Canteen Story" written by late Professor E.F. Bartholomeusz is published today. Use the link below to access previously published instalments.Part 1: Birth of an ideaPart 2: Opening moves - research and reportPart 3. The first Canteen Committee (C.C.) - its composition and preliminary activitiesPart 4. The Inner CircleWhile matters of broad policy were reserved for the ...

Peradeniya eFac Canteen Story Continued- Part 3 of "The Canteen Story" written by late Professor E.F. Bartholomeusz is published today. Use the link below to access previously published instalments.Part 1: Birth of an ideaPart 2: Opening moves - research and report3. The first Canteen Committee (C.C.) - its composition and preliminary activities.Composition:The first C.C. was now formally constituted and was composed of two representatives each ...

The Canteen Story - By E.F. Bartholomeusz - BIRTH OF AN IDEA From today we serialise "The Canteen Story" written by late Professor E.F. Bartholomeusz1. BIRTH OF AN IDEAThe three young men who walked into my room one uneventful evening in the late 1960's evidently had matters of importance on their minds. To my initial amazement they appeared to have come to voice their dissatisfaction with the prevailing canteen services, which were ...

Faculty Canteen Dear readers of eFacMemories Blog,I am sure all of you have fond memories of the faculty canteen that served us in many ways during our four year stay at Peradeniya.While all most all other canteens such as WUS, Gemba etc, functioned within the University during our time, were privately run on tender basis, the faculty canteen was run by a ...

The first female Engineer in Sri Lanka - Premila Sivaprakashapille Sivasegaram The following article appeared in Silumina (Sunday Magazine Paper published by Lake House, Colombo) on 23 March 2014. http://www.silumina.lk/2014/03/23/_art.asp?fn=as1403231ගැහැනුන්ට මොන ඉංජිනේරුකම් ද කී කාලයේ බිහිවූ මෙරට පළමු ඉංජිනේරුවරියප්‍රෙමිලා සිවප්‍රකාශ පි‍ල්ලෙයි සිවශේකරම් අතිපූජ්‍ය වල්පොල රාහුල හිමිපාණෝ මීට වසර කීපයකට පෙර ජාත්‍යන්තර බෞද්ධ මධ්‍යස්ථානයක් ඉදිකිරීම පිළිබඳව සූදානම් වෙමින් සිටියහ. ඉදිකිරීම් සිදුකරන භූමියෙහි පස පිළිබඳව පරීක්ෂා කර, ගොඩනැඟිල්ල සඳහා භාවිතා කළ යුතු තාක්ෂණය ...

What is the first batch of engineers to graduate from the Peradeniya Engineering Faculty? (This article is in Sinhala) It seems that the first batch of engineers to graduate from the Peradeniya Engineering Faculty has been the batch entered the University in 1961 when the Faculty of Engineering was still a part of the university campus in Colombo.This students, in their final year, have moved to the current faculty premises at Peradeniya and have graduated in 1965.The following article, ...

Jayantha Anandappa's Memories - Part V ReadPART IPART IIPART IIIPART IVThe Exhibition we had in the Final Year to commemorate 25 years of Engineering Education was a welcome diversion. As students we did lot of hard work to boost the image of the Laboratories and the Faculty with creative posters, decorations and write-ups for the Testing Equipment. Prof S Mahalingam- the great man that he is- ...

Jayantha Anandappa's Memories - Part III Read: PART IPART IIIn the second year, as Halls of Residence were not provided we had to stay outside the Campus. Most of the batch found accommodation in rooms of E-quarters, and boarding homes in Penideniya, Meewatura and the surrounding neighbourhood. Seven of us were lucky to find lodging in a large, comfortable home at Handessa, where facilities, food and ...

REFLECTIONS ON SOME LIGHTER MOMENTS - Part II Read PART-Iby Maximus Jayantha Anandappa (1972-75 batch)If Machine Drawings were a mystery, then the Workshop Practicals was penance. Foundry, Carpentry and the Lathe Machine were not my cup of tea- though the workshop-staff was exceptionally supportive and sympathetic (when we messed up or broke hack-saw blades) like the down to earth lecturer Mr S Amaradasa. It always mystified me that ...

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