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THE JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE (JSS) This journal has been published since 1978 and issues containing latest social science contributions to the understanding of Sri Lankan society. MORE

Sri Lanka Science & Technology Statistical Handbook 2014

Sri Lanka Science & Technology Statistical Handbook 2013.

Programme Schedule of International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) 

Vacancy Announcement - කාර්යාල කාර්ය​ සහායක

කාර්යාල කාර්ය​ සහායක තනතුර සදහා සුදුසුකම් ලත් සේවකයන් බදවා ගනුලබේ.

වැඩි විස්තර >> (pdf)


TWAS Award - 2018

The TWAS/NSF Prize for Young Scientists is awarded annually to talented young scientists who attained a high level of excellence in research work in the fields of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics. Amount of US $ 2,000 granted by the TWAS will be distributed among the prize winners. A certificate will also be issued to the winners by the NSF.


Vacancy Announcement

The National Science Foundation (NSF) is a state funded Institution under the purview of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Research, established by the Science and Technology Development Act No.11 of 1994. The NSF is committed to generate knowledge, dissemination and transfer of knowledge and, more importantly, to ensure the effective utilization of knowledge for the greater benefit of the people of Sri Lanka. The Foundation supports, and embraces research in all fields of fundamental and applied sciences as well as in the social sciences.

Applications are invited from citizens of Sri Lanka for the following posts.


Al-Sumait Prize 2018

His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, the Amir of the State of Kuwait, presented an initiative to the third African Arab Summit hosted by the State of Kuwait in November 2013 in support of the development of African Nations. The initiative establishes an annual award named after the late Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Sumait, a Kuwaiti medical doctor who dedicated his life to raising funds to support humanitarian and charity work for health, education and food projects for the less fortunate in African Nations.


Young Social Scientists Forum (YSSF) of the NSF

The NSF established the Young Social Scientists Forum (YSSF) on 26th January, 2018 with participation over 180 young social scientists.


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