Faculty of Veterinary Medicine & Animal Science

University of Peradeniya

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine & Animal Science

University of Peradeniya

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The welcome ceremony of the new entrants to the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine & Animal Science, University of Peradeniya was held at the Farm Animal Auditorium, on 31st December 2019, under the patronage of Professor Upul B. Dissanayake, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Peradeniya. Dr. Madura Munasinghe, Dean Faculty of Veterinary Medicine & Animal Science welcomed the gathering. Seventy one undergraduate students were enrolled for the 2018/19 academic year and their parents were also present at the occasion.


A seminar on “Containment of Antimicrobial Resistance” organized by the World Health Organization for Animal Health (OIE) for Veterinary Education Establishments in Sri Lanka, in collaboration with the DAPH and FVMAS, was held on 18th September 2019 at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science. Dr. Akinobu Kawamura from OIE, Dr. Palika Fernando, Dr. Nimal Jayaweera from Department of Animal Production and Health, Dr. Nilanthi Dissanayake from Faculty of Medicine and Dr. D. D. N. De. Silva and Dr. R. S. Kalupahana from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal science participated as resource persons.


A seminar on Awareness in Health Care Waste Management was held on 26th November 2019, which was organized in collaboration with Ministry of Mahaweli Development and Environmental under the “Green Universities” concept, with the participation of Academic, Non-academic staff and students of FVMAS Mrs. Sujeewa Fernando Additional Director of Ministry of Mahaweli Development and Environment came as the resource person


The Certificate Awarding Ceremony of the Dean’s List and Faculty awards for the the year 2019 were successfully held on 28th November 2019 at the Main Auditorium of FVMAS with the participation of Academic staff and students. Ms. N. P. G. D. Udarika and Mr. S. Kabilan who were selected as the nominees of Faculty Awards 2019 were appreciated at the above ceremony.