About the Computer Centre
ICT based learning and teaching is tremendously efficient in helping medical students to learn fast and well. Faculty of Medicine and Allied Sciences encourages the use of computing and network resources to enhance the learning and teaching environment of the faculty community. The Computer Laboratory is the main location which provides ICT resources for the students and the academic staff of the faculty.
The Computer Laboratory was ceremonially opened by Prof. K. A. Nandasena, the former Vice Chancellor of the Rajarata University of Sri Lanka, on 13th November 2008.
Computer laboratory of the faculty comprises of 60 computers. It is available 8 hours (8.30 a.m. – 4.30 p.m.) a day for students in the faculty.