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Future of Science and Technology in Sri Lanka – Are We Ready for a Revolution?

The onset of the current pandemic has placed Science and Technology at a higher pinnacle as the need for novel technology and innovation to combat the pandemic is of a great necessity. Sri Lanka having a very high literacy level show promising prospects towards contributing to global Science and Technology. However, the issues of lack of opportunities, lack of internationally recognised pathways and lack of capital and infrastructure act as potential barriers towards reaching these demands.
Technology Education plays an important role in developing a trend among youth to engage in careers pertaining to Science and Technology.
Thus availability of high quality educational pathways plays a key role in satisfying this requirement of the youth. This not only allows students to explore the niche areas but also allows them to gain the practical applicative exposure in handling the technology, driven by the curiosity to engage in novel innovations.
Thus, Spectrum Institute of Science and Technology (SIST), firmly believes in making Science and Technology Education available for all youth in various fields including life Science, Engineering Technology, Computer and Business, in collaboration with Edinburgh Napier University and Lincoln University College.
SIST offers degree programs that can be completed in Sri Lanka while enjoying the luxury of being safe at home with family!
SIST invites young enthusiastics to join the SIST family to bring about revolution in Technology thus placing Sri Lanka in the global map of research and innovation!
For further information, contact us on 011 2554848 / 0777499494 or visit us at No 07, Kirimandala Mawatha, Colombo 5 or log into

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