List of Nalanda College Colombo alumni


List of Nalanda College Colombo alumni
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This is a List of Old Nalandians, they being the alumni of Nalanda College Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Contents

Politicians

  • H.E. President Mahinda Rajapaksa - current President & former Prime Minister of Sri Lanka[1][2][3][4][5]
  • Hon. Nimal Siripala De Silva MP - current Cabinet Minister (Irrigation and Water Resources Management), Leader of the House, current President of the Executive Board World Health Assembly,[6][7] former Chairman of the Executive Board of World Health Organisation[8]
  • Hon. Anura Priyadharshana Yapa MP - current Cabinet Minister (Environment)[9]
  • Hon. Dr Rajitha Senaratne MP - current Cabinet Minister (Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Development)
  • Hon. Tissa Karalliyadde MP - current Cabinet Minister (Child Development and Women's Affairs)
  • Hon. Nirmala Kotalawala MP - current Deputy Minister of Ports and Highways
  • Hon. Chandima Weerakkody MP - current Member of Parliament & Deputy Speaker>[10] (note: - also listed in Captains Of Industry & Commerce)
  • Hon. Thilanga Sumathipala MP - current Member of Parliament (note: - also listed in Captains Of Industry & Commerce)
  • Hon. Gamini Jayawickrama Perera MP - current Member of Parliament, Chairman United National Party (UNP), former Cabinet Minister (Irrigation and Water Management)
  • Hon. Sarath Ranawaka - deceased Member of Parliament for Kalutara district
  • Hon. Maithripala Senanayake – former Deputy Prime Minister, former Cabinet Minister (Transport)[11][12]
  • Hon. I. M. R. A. Iriyagolla – former Cabinet Minister (Education and Cultural Affairs)[13]
  • Hon. Professor Kamal Karunanayake - former Member of Parliament, former Dean of Economics Department Kelaniya University (note: - also listed in Academics)[14]
  • Hon. Lal Dharmapriya Gamage - former Minister Assisting Foreign Affairs
  • Hon. Handunnetti Rannulu (H. R) Piyasiri - former Minister of Youth Affairs, former State Minister of Labor and Vocational Training
  • Hon. Dr Dharmasena Attygalle - former Minister of Indigenous Medicine[15] (note: - also listed in Ambassadors and High Commissioners)
  • Hon. Rupa Karunathilake - former Cabinet Minister of Plantations[16] (note: - also listed in Ambassadors and High Commissioners)
  • Hon. Asoka Karunaratne - former Minister of Social Services, founding member of Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP)
  • Hon. Deshabandu Indradasa Hettiarachchi - former Minister of Industries
  • Hon. Weerasinghe de Silva - former Member of Parliament representing Balapitiya[17]
  • Hon. Dingiri Bandara (D.B) Welagedara - former Minister of Plan Implementation, former Governor of the North Central Province
  • Hon. M.D Banda - former Minister of Agriculture & former member of parliament for Maturata[18]
  • Hon. Wilfred Senanayake - former member of parliament for Homagama & former senior member of Lanka Samasamaja Party
  • Hon. Athula Wijesinghe - Chief Minister North Western Province
  • Hon. Prasanna Shamal Senarath - Opposition Leader North Western Province
  • Hon. Sisira Jayakody - Provincial Councilor, Western Province, Attorney at Law[19]
  • Hon. M. W. Aruna Pradeep - Mayor of Ambalangoda, Attorney at Law[20]

Prelates

  • Most Venerable Piyadassi Maha Thera - former Viharadhikari of the Vajiraramaya Temple Bambalapitiya[21]
  • Most Venarable Dr Aluthwewa Soratha Nayaka Thera - Chancellor of University of Uva Vellassa, Chief Incumbent of Kiriwehera, Katharagama, Chief Sanga Nayake of “Ruhunu Magampattuva”[22]
  • Most Venerable Bhikku Siridhamma Maha Thera - Dhamma book writer, priest of Vajiraramaya Bambalapitiya[23]
  • Most Venerable Kuppiyawatta Bodhananda Thera - founder of Mithuru Mithuro Movement[24]
  • Most Venerable Buddangala Ananda - resident of Buddangala Forest Hermitage[25] (note: - also listed in Senior Officers in the Defence Services & Civil Servants)
  • Most Venerable Nugegoda Revatha - priest of Bellanwila Rajamaha Viharaya[26]
  • Most Venerable Kadawatha Saminda - formarly of Sakyamuni Sambuddha Vihara, Melbourne Australia[27] [28]
  • Most Venerable Minuwangoda Deepankara Thera - Mahamewna Bhavana Asapuwa[29]
  • Most Venerable Pagoda Janthawansa Thera - Bharathanaga Len Aranya Forest Hermitage, Thanthirimale, Anuradhapura
  • Most Venerable Dehiwala Ariyadhamma Thera - Siri Vajiranana Dharmayathanaya, Maharagama[30]

Academics

  • Professor Pathmajeewa Ganepola - Professor of Surgery at Columbia University New York City, USA & Medical Director of The Center for Cancer Research and Genomic Medicine at The Valley Hospital USA[31]
  • Professor Janaka Ruwanpura - Director of Project Management Specialization of Schulich School of Engineering University of Calgary Canada[32]
  • Professor Mahinda Wijeratne - Department of Agriculture University of Ruhuna[33]
  • Professor Ranjith Premalal De Silva[34] - Vice Chancellor, Uva Wellassa University[35] (from July 28, 2011), Former Head, Department of Agricultural Engineering University of Peradeniya and Former Director, Hector Kobbekaduwa Agrarian Research and Training Institute, Colombo 07, Founder President, Geo-Informatics Society of Sri Lanka, Professor of Geo-Informstics at University of Peradeniya
  • Professor H.Y Ranjith Perera - former Head of Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Moratuwa, Director General, Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka[36] (note: also listed in Civil Servants)
  • Professor Rahula Anura Attalage - Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Moratuwa Sri Lanka[37]
  • Professor Abhaya Induruwa - founding Head of Department of Computer Science & Engineering University of Moratuwa, Director of Microprocessor Based Training Programmes for Developing Countries of the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics Italy (note: - also listed in Civil Servants),[38][39]
  • Professor H A De S Gunasekara – first Sri Lankan Professor of Economics Department University of Peradeniya[40]
  • Professor Kamal Karunanayake - former Dean of Economics Department Kelaniya University (note: - also listed in Politicians)
  • Professor Kumaradasa Rajasuriya – former Professor of Medicine, Department of Clinical Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo[41]
  • Professor Deshamanya Nandadasa Kodagoda – former Vice Chancellor of University of Colombo and Dean of Medical Faculty University of Colombo[42]
  • Professor H.D Gunawardhana - former Acting Vice Chancellor and Head of Chemistry Department of University of Colombo, former President of Institute of Chemistry Ceylon, former Chairman of Royal Society of Chemistry Sri Lanka[43]
  • Professor Nihal Perera - Professor of Urban Planning, Ball State University, Indiana, USA
  • Professor Thulsi Wickramasinghe - Professor of Physics The College of New Jersey, Ewing, New Jersey, USA
  • Professor Athula Gunawardena - Department of Mathematics and Computer Science University of Wisconsin-Whitewater USA[44]
  • Professor Ranjan Perera - Associate Director of Genomics Genesis Research and Development Corporation Auckland, New Zealand[45]
  • Professor Deva Palitha de Silva Ph.D, D.Sc, M.D., MA, MBA - Dean of International Open University & Buddhist University United Kingdom, UK Multi-Professional, Tri-Lingual Lecturer (English / Sinhala / Spanish)
  • Professor Don Kulasiri - Professor of Computational Modelling and Head of Centre for Advanced Computational Solutions, Lincoln University Canterbury New Zealand
  • Professor Sudasinghe Leelananda - Department of Physics, Faculty of Science University of Peradeniya
  • Professor Jayaweerage Samantha - International University of Fundamental Studies (Member of the Oxford Education Network) Saint Petersburg, Russia
  • Professor Sardha Wijesoma - former Head of Department of Computer Science & Engineering University of Moratuwa, Program Director for mobile robotics Department of Instrumentation Nanyang Technological University Singapore[46]
  • Professor K N O Dharmadasa - former Dean of Faculty of Arts University of Peradeniya, former Editor-in-Chief of the Sinhala Encyclopaedia[47]
  • Chandra Embuldeniya - Vice Chancellor (Founder), Uva Wellassa University of Sri Lanka the first all entrepreneurial university in Sri Lanka[48][49][50] (note: also listed in Captains Of Industry & Commerce)
  • Kala Keerthi, Kalasuri, Dr S Pani Bharata - founder Dean of the Institute of Aesthetic Studies University of Kelaniya
  • Dr Kasun Hewage - Assistant Professor in Project and Construction Management The University of British Columbia - Okanagan, Canada
  • Dr Mahinda Vilathgamuwa - Associate Professor of School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore
  • Dr Sarath S Kodithuwakku - Head of Department of Agricultural Economics & Business Management University of Peradeniya, Chairman Board of Study in Business Administration
  • Dr Janaka Wijayanayake - Head of Information Technology Center & Senior Lecturer, Department of Industrial Management University of Kelaniya[51]
  • Dr Lakshman Galagedara - Senior Lecturer in Agricultural Engineering University of Peradeniya, Coordinator Crossing Boundaries project
  • Dr Uditha Gayashan Gunasekara - Senior Lecturer Drama Theater & Image Art Unit University of Kelaniya[52]
  • Dr Chandana Jayarathne - Senior Lecturer in Physics (Atmospheric & Lightning) University of Colombo, President of Institute of Physics[53][54]
  • Dr Rohitha Batugahage - Senior Lecturer, Department of Food Science and Technology, Faculty of Agriculture University of Peradeniya
  • Dr M. P. Deeyamulla - Senior Lecturer in Chemistry and Director, Career Guidance Unit, University of Kelaniya
  • Dr Nimal Wijayarathna - Senior Lecturer Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering University of Ruhuna[55]
  • Dr Jehan Peiris - former Senior Lecturer Department of Electrical Engineering University of Moratuwa
  • Dr Gayanga Weerasekera Ph.D - Senior Scientist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Department of Health and Human Services Atlanta, GA 30341, USA
  • Dr Nimal Punyasiri - Senior Research Officer, Industrial Technology Institute, Sweden
  • Dr Neil Jayasuriya - Research Lecturer, Southern Clinical Division University of Queensland Australia, former Registrar and Senior Registrar, Colombo South Teaching Hospital
  • Dr Ryan Himansu Senaratne - Research Scientist, Ineos Bio Plant, Arkansas, USA
  • Dr Janak Wedagedera - Lecturer, Institute of Mathematics University of Warwick United Kingdom, former Senior Lecturer Mathematics University of Ruhuna Sri Lanka[56]
  • Dr Sumedha Jayasena - Vice President, Therapeutic Development, SomaGenics, Santa Cruz, California, USA[57] (note: also listed in Captains Of Industry & Commerce)
  • Dr Athula Sumathipala - Medical Consultant Bethlem and Maudsley Mental Health of National Health Service United Kingdom, Former Director Bioethics Initiative Forum for Research and Development Sri Lanka[58]
  • Dr Chandana Herath - School of Electrical Computer & Telecommunications Engineering University of Wollongong Australia
  • Dr Kumudu S Munasinghe - Telecommunications Laboratory, School of Electrical and Information Engineering University of Sydney Australia
  • Chandima de Silva - Head of Department of Statistics & Computer Science & Senior Lecturer University of Kelaniya
  • Eng Nihal Wanigathunga - former Head of Department of Textile & Clothing Technology, University of Moratuwa Sri Lanka & former Chief Student Counciler of University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka
  • Eng Indu Erandaka Wittachchi - Lecturer, The Box Hill Institute of TAFE, Box Hill, Victoria. Australia
  • Harsha Wijesinghe - Lecturer E-Business, Department of Information Science, University of Otago, New Zealand
  • Chalinda Koshitha Beneragama - Lecturer, Department of Crop Science, University of Peradeniya, Kandy

Civil Servants

  • Major General Vajira Wijeyagunawardena - former Commissioner General of Prisons[59] (note: - also listed in Officers in the Defence Services)
  • Colonel (Retired) Prasanna Wickramasuriya, RWP, WWV, RSP - Chairman Airport and Aviation Services Sri Lanka, former Special Operations Platoon Commander Sri Lanka Army[60][61] (note: - also listed in Officers in the Defence Services)
  • Professor H.Y Ranjith Perera - Director General, Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka, former Head of Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Moratuwa (note: - also listed in Academics)
  • Sarath Kumara de Silva - Chairman State Engineering Corporation, former Chairman of State Development and Construction Corporation[62]
  • Professor Abhaya Induruwa - former Acting Chairman and Board Member of The Computer and Information Technology Council (CINTEC), Board Member Natural Resources Energy and Science Authority (NARESA) (note: - also listed in Academics)
  • Saman Ediriweera - Engineering Consultant Ministry of Mass Media and Information, former Chairman and Board Member Rupavahini (TV) Corporation, former Secretary Ministry of Tertiary Education and Training, Secretary Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, former Director of Telecommunications[63][64]
  • Hemasiri Fernando - Vice President of Commonwealth Games Federation, Chairman National Olympic Council Committee, former Secretary to the Prime Minister, former Chairman of Sri Lanka Telecom Ltd, former Chairman Airport and Aviation Authority[65]
  • M. J. Perera, CCS – former Vice Chancellor of the University of Peradeniya, former Secretary Ministry of Education, first Ceylonese Director General of Radio Ceylon, founder Chairman of Rupavahini (TV) Corporation[66][67][68]
  • B.D Rampala, CCS, MBE - former General Manager of the then Ceylon Government Railway (present Sri Lanka Government Railway), first Ceylonese Chief Mechanical Engineer of Ceylon Government Railway[69][70][71]
  • Dr Irwin Jayasuriya - former Chairman of the Ceylon Transport Board[72]
  • Dr P. Amarasinghe - former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, former Chairman of People's Bank (note: - also listed in Captains Of Industry & Commerce)[73]
  • Ramal Siriwardane - former Chairman Central Transport Board[74]
  • K.H.S. Gunathilake - former Chairman Galoya Board, former Director General Mahaweli Authority
  • Ridgeway Thilakeratne, CCS - former Government Agent of Pollonnaruwa, Hambanthota, Ratnapura Districts and Permanent Secretary to Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, former Director General of Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation[75]
  • Douglus Umagaliya, CCS - former Government Agent Colombo
  • Hon. Judge Visty.C.Gunathilake, PC - former Solicitor General Attorney Generals Department (note:- also listed in Lawyers & Judges)[76]
  • Hon. Judge Upawansa Yapa, PC - former Solicitor General Attorney Generals Department (note:- also listed in Lawyers & Judges)[77]
  • S.D.C Samaratunga, CCS - former Chairman Lotteries Board, former Government Agent Kalutara
  • Major General Ananda Weerasekara - former Vice Chairman Airport & Aviation Services, former Director of Rehabilitation Services[78] (note: - also listed in Officers in the Defence Services & Prelates)
  • Dr Nandadeva Wijesekara - former Commissioner of Official Languages, Eminent Authority of Art[79] (note:- also listed in Ambassadors and High Commissioners)

Officers in the Defence Services

Sri Lankan Army

  • Major General Milinda Peiris, RWP, RSP, psc - Vice Chancellor / Commandant of the General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University (KDU), Director Armour / Commander Armoured Brigade, Military Attaché for Sri Lankan Embassy in Washington USA, former commanding officer officer cadet wing of the Sri Lanka Military Academy at Diyatalawa, recipient of the Legion of Merit (LOM) Commander Degree of United States armed forces[80][81][82]
  • Major General Ubaya Madawela USP - Military Spokesman and Director, Directorate of Media, Chief Signal Officer and Colonel Commandant of the Army Medical Corps[83][84]
  • Major General Samantha Sooriyabandara, USP - Defence Attache in the Sri Lanka Embassy in Washington D.C, formerly of Commando Regiment and General Officer Commanding (GOC) of 53 Division
  • Major General Sharman Kulathunga, RSP, USP, ndc, psc - former Chief of Staff Sri Lanka Army
  • Major General Ananda Weerasekara - former coordinating Officer of the North Central Province (note: - also listed in Prelates / Civil Servants)
  • Major General Vajira Wijeyagunawardena - former Officer, Sri Lanka Army (note: - also listed in Civil Servants)
  • Major General Janaka Walgama RSP, USP, psc - General Officer Commanding 51 Division in Jaffna, former General Officer Commanding 65 Division in Thunukkai(Kilinochchi),former General Officer Commanding 22 Division in Trincomalee, former Commandant of the Sri Lanka Military Academy at Diyatalawa and former Colonel Military Secretary at Army HQ[85] Director General Defence Intelligence
  • Major General Amal Karunasekara - Director Military Intelligence and Infantry, former Commandant of Peacekeeping mission in Haiti[86]
  • Major General Jaliya Nammuni - former Brigade Commander, Sri Lanka Army
  • Brigadier Muditha Wijerathna - Commander of the Central Province
  • Brigadier Ruwan Kulatunga RSP, psc - Commander of the Security Forces in Jaffna Town, former Military Assistant to the Army Commander[87]
  • Brigadier Donald Hewagama - former Judge Advocate General to the armed forces.(Army navy and Air force)[88]
  • Brigadier Madura Wijewickrema - former Officer Sri Lanka Army[89]
  • Colonel D.S Weeraman - Center Commandant of Engineers Regiment Sri Lanka Army
  • Colonel (Retired) Prasanna Wickramasuriya, RWP, WWV, RSP - former Special Operations Platoon Commander, Chairman Airport and Aviation Services Sri Lanka (note: - also listed in Senior Civil Servants and Heads of Government Departments)
  • Colonel Gamini Fernando - former commanding officer, Vijayabahu Infantry Regiment   1995/01/06[90]
  • Lieutenant Colonel Darshana Prasad Edirisinghe psc - Commander Training, Army Training School, Maduruoya
  • Lieutenant Colonel Chandana Weerakoon - brigade commander overseeing the resettlement in Vakarai

Sri Lankan Navy

  • Rear Admiral Sarath Ratnakeerthi, USP, ndc, psc - former Chief of Staff of the Sri Lanka Navy [holds the unique distinction of serving as the Area Commander of all five Naval Commands of the Sri Lanka Navy][91]
  • Rear Admiral H.R. Amaraweera - former Commander of Western & Southern Naval Area of Sri Lanka Navy
  • Rear Admiral Justin Jayasuriya - former Commander Eastern Naval Command
  • Commodore Dhammika Samarawickrama - Commander Southern Naval Area of Sri Lanka Navy, Graduate of Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (APCSS) Honolulu, Hawaii[92]
  • Commodore Navan Tennakoon - Commanding Officer Sri Lanka Navy Tissa - Trincomalee
  • Commander Asanga Lankathilake, RWP  - recipient of the Rana Wickrama Padakkama[93]

Sri Lanka Air Force

  • Air Vice Marshal Prashantha De Silva, USP, M.Sc (Def and Start Studies), psc - Director Inspection and Safety, Sri Lanka Air Force[94]
  • Air Vice Marshal EPB Liyanage - Director Investigation and Safety,AFHQ Cbo
  • Air Vice Marshal Gagan Bulathsinghala, RWP, RSP, USP, M Phil (Def & Start Stu), MSc (Def Stu) in Mgt, ndc, psc - Director Air Operations Sri Lanka Air Force Headquarters, Colombo
  • Air Vice Marshal Kapila Jayampathi, WWV, RWP, RSP & two bars,qhi, M.Sc (IR) - Defence Attache to Pakistan, former Base Commander Sri Lanka Air Force Katunayake, currently Base Commander,Sri Lanka Air Force,China Bay
  • Air Vice Marshal PDJ Kumarasiri, MAIAA, AMRACS , psc - Director Aeronautical Engineering/CQAO, AFHQ Cbo
  • Air Commodore KDU Chandrathilake - Deputy Director General Engineering, AFHQ Cbo
  • Air Commodore CP Welikala - AFHQ Colombo
  • Air Commodore DL Sumangala DIAS - BASE Commander, SLAF Base Minneriya
  • Air Commodore Buddhi Siriwardana - former Base Commander Sri Lanka Air Force Katunayake, Retired
  • Group Captain Jagath C Ranasinghe - AIR SECRETARY, AFHQ Colombo
  • Group Captain Janak P Wanigathunge - Commanding Officer, E&T Wing, SLAF Base Katunayake
  • Group Captain G Ajith Samaraweera - Retired
  • Group Captain WLMJP Rodrigo   2000/10/23
  • Wing Commander D Kapila Wanigasooriya - Commanding Officer, No 07 Sqn, SLAF Base Minnneriya
  • Wing Commander PMC Priyadarshana Dias - Commanding Officer Regiment Wing, SLAF, Rathmalana
  • Wing Commander TM Prakash Gunasekara - Commanding Officer, No 01 FTW, SLAF Base Anuradhapura
  • Wing Commander Varuna C Senaratne - Commanding Officer, 02 Sqn, SLAF Base Ratmalana

Sri Lanka Police

Ambassadors and High Commissioners

Lawyers & Judges

  • Visty.C.Gunathilake, PC - former Solicitor General, Attorney Generals Department (note:- also listed in Civil Servants)[76]
  • Upawansa Yapa, PC - former Solicitor General, Attorney Generals Department (note:- also listed in Civil Servants)[108]
  • Siri Perera, QC[109][110] (note: also listed in Poets, Novelists & Academic Writers / Ambassadors and High Commissioners)
  • T.B. Dissanayake, PC - former Commissioner of Assize[77]
  • C.D.S. Siriwardene, PC - former Sri Lanka Representative in Russia[111] (note: - also listed in Ambassadors and High Commissioners)
  • H.L. de Silva, PC - former Ambassador / Permanent Representative to United Nations (New York)[112] (note: - also listed in Ambassadors and High Commissioners)
  • Sobitha Rajakaruna - Senior State Counsel, Attorney General Department[113]
  • Rangajeeva Wimalasena - Additional District Judge / Magistrate[114]
  • Sumagga Hewagama - Attorney-at-Law /Corporate Lawyer/Company CEO[115]

Captains Of Industry & Commerce

  • Eastman Narangoda - Chairman Seylan Bank, former CEO & General Manager of National Savings Bank[116]
  • Thilanga Sumathipala – Chairman Sumathi Group of Companies[117][118] (note: also listed in Politicians)
  • A.S.P Liyanage - Chairman ASP Group of Companies
  • Niral Kadawathaarachchi - Chairman Freight Links International[119]
  • Jagath Ramanayake - Chairman Rama DBK Ltd Japan, Managing Director Ramanayake Automobiles Sri Lanka[120][121][122]
  • A B Lalith De Silva - Chairman Asian International Hotel School, Executive Director Sri Lanka Export Credit Insurance Corporation, , media advisor to Minister of Foreign Affairs[123][124] (note: - also listed in Artists)
  • Major (Retired) Vijitha Welikala - Chairman Wild Holidays Ltd, ex-commando of the first batch of commandos in Sri Lanka
  • Okanda Silva - Chairman Okanda Group of Companies
  • Namal De Silva - President & CEO BLSD, Inc. San Diego, California USA
  • Hemal Dhanushka - Chairman of The Fabric Selection Ltd, Sri Lanka
  • Lal Fonseka - Chairman & founder of Kaizen Productivity Ltd
  • Kassapa Mahendra de Silva - Chairman / Managing Director Sign-Tech Advertising Services, Colombo 3, former District Governor Lions Club[125][126]
  • Palitha Mathew - Chairman & Managing Director of Palitha Mathew & Company, former President of Colombo Law Society[127][128]
  • Yoga Perera - Chairman / Managing Director Autoland Pepiliyana, Board Director Airport and Aviation Services Ltd (note:- also listed Sportsmen and Sports Administrators)
  • Dr P. Amarasinghe - former Chairman of People's Bank , former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank (note: - also listed in Civil Servants)
  • Chandima Weerakkody - former Chairman State Mortgage and Investment Bank[129] (note: also listed in Politicians)
  • Vivendra Lintotawela - former Chairman John Keells Holdings Limited
  • Felix R de Zoysa – founding Chairman of Stafford Motor Ltd, Stafford International School & Atlas Hall, Well known philanthropist
  • Upali Jayasingha - Founder, Chairman & Managing Director Abacus Computer Institute
  • Eng Dr Sarath Abayawardana - CEO / Director of the National Science Foundation of Sri Lanka[130]
  • Chintaka Deraniyagala - CEO Tradlanka International USA, Vice Chairman Sri Lanka America Business Council[131]
  • Rusiru Manjula Gunasena[132]
  • Susantha Sisilchandra - CEO Ceyhinz Link International,Inc Texas USA, Chairman RIOCOCO Lanka (Pvt) Ltd
  • Channa D Samarasena - CEO, GMAC Real Estate C & H Realty, Ventura CA USA[133]
  • Chandima Cooray - CEO Sabre Technologies (Pvt) Ltd & Director TradeCard Services (Pvt) Ltd, Sri Lanka
  • M. Wickramasinghe - CEO & General Manager of People's Bank[134]
  • Mangala Yapa - CEO / Managing Director Colombo Dockyard PLC[135]
  • A.F.M.Ikram - CEO & Managing Director Emerald International Pvt Ltd[136]
  • Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) Deepal Subasinghe RSP, USP - CEO & Managing Director Delvon Computers
  • Ravindra Silva - CEO & Managing Director Studio Ravi, Mount Lavinia[137]
  • Madura Gamanayake - CEO & Managing Director Perfect Business Solution Services, Sri Lanka[138]
  • Nandadeva Perera - Managing Director Vogue Jewellers Ltd, Managing Director SIPCOM-1 Ltd, former Captain Indian University of Madras Cricket Team[139][140][141]
  • Thusitha Ranasinghe - Managing Director Maximus (Pvt) Ltd (World Challenge 2006 Winner for Elephant Paper)[142]
  • Sri Lanka Sikhamani Manik Rodrigo - Managing Director Barberyn Reef Ayurveda Resort Beruwala & Weligama[143]
  • Mahinda Athulathmudali - Managing Director Southeast Asia Waquis International USA[144]
  • Manjula Kulatunga - Managing Director Australian Migration Consultants Melbourne, Australia[145]
  • Parakrama (Praki) Perera - Managing Director, Sparklink Travels, Sri Lanka
  • Prasanna Amarabandu - Managing Director, Salasima Ltd, Sri Lanka
  • Dr Saman Dharmatilleke - President of Innovative Nano Systems, Singapore. inventor of Premium Auto Focus Full 3D Video Still Capture camera module[146]
  • Chandra Embuldeniya - President, National Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka; President, BIMSTEC Chamber of Commerce and Industry; President, Business Council for Sustainable Development Sri Lanka; CEO Informatics Group of Companies[147] (note: also listed in Senior Academics)
  • Dr Sumedha Jayasena - Vice President, Therapeutic Development, SomaGenics, Santa Cruz, California, USA (note: also listed in Academics)
  • Niran Mahawatte - Vice President (Head of Treasury) of National Development Bank[148]
  • Janaka Perera - Vice President & Chief Financial Officer Pearce Plastics, Pasadena, California USA
  • Dhammika Kalapuge - former Vice President Marketing DFCC Bank Sri Lanka, Director SIPCOM-1 Pvt Ltd, Reputed Inspirational Management Trainer[149][150]
  • Nihal Abesekara - former Vice President Sri Lanka Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industries
  • Dr Vinya Ariyaratne - Executive Director Sarvodaya, Lecturer in Community Medicine Faculty of Medical Sciences University of Sri Jayewardenepura
  • Vindaya Senadheera - Director vZen Business IT Solutions, Melbourne, Australia
  • Upul Dissanayake - Director Operations, The Associated Newspapers of Ceylon Ltd, Sri Lanka
  • Aruna Lekamge - Director Sri Lanka Insuarance Corporation[151]
  • Mihira Liyanarachchi - Director Human Resources and Premises Management, Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority[152]
  • Kamal Munasinghe - Director Food and Beverage, Mount Lavinia Hotel[153]
  • Chethiya Sri-Nammuni - Director Corporate Affairs Fonterra Brands Lanka (Pvt) Limited [formerly New Zealand Milk Lanka (Pvt) Ltd][154]
  • Kanishka Weerasinghe - Deputy Director General Employers' Federation of Ceylon (EFC)
  • Palitha Narangoda - Head of Treasury Commercial Bank[155]
  • Chandana Weerasinghe – Engineering Manager DMS Electronics, former President Computer Society[156]
  • Dr Upul Atukorala - Principal Civil Engineer Golder Associates Ltd, British Columbia, Canada, Co Chairman of the Canadian Geotechnical Society, Canada
  • Vipula Gunatilleke - Group Chief Financial Officer Dialog Telekom, former Chief Financial Officer SriLankan Airlines[157][158]
  • Punya Weerasinghe - General Manager Splendid Hotels Group London, United Kingdom, CEO Serendib UK Ltd[159]
  • Ravi De Silva - General Manager Engineering, E-wis, Sri Lanka
  • Ajith R de Costa - Deputy General Manager Performance Management Sri Lanka Telecom, President of the Institute of Personnel Management Sri Lanka(IPM) for 2010/2011[160]
  • Upul Gamage - Regional General Manager Aitken Spence Hotels[161]
  • Nishantha Wickramasinghe - Regional IT Manager of Stirling Group, United Kingdom for Asia
  • Rajeewa Jayaweera - Regional Manager of Qatar Airways for Sri Lanka[162]

Poets, Novelists & Academic Writers

  • Dr Gunadasa Amarasekara – Dental Surgeon, Writer, Poet[163][164][165]
  • Asoka Weerasinghe - award-winning poet, Co-founder of the Gloucester Spoken Art Series in Ottawa Canada (note: - also listed in Ambassadors and High Commissioners)
  • Siri Perera, QC (also known as U.A.S. Perera) - famous "Siri Aiya" of Radio Ceylon (note: also listed in Lawyers & Judges)[166][167][168]
  • Ajith Galappaththy - well known film critic
  • Dr Jagath Asoka Panangadan - famous medical writer New Jersey, former assistant Professor Department of Chemistry, Monmouth University, New Jersey USA
  • Kivipathi Sugathamuni Gnanasiri - a famous poet, veteran educationist, psychologist
  • Anura C. Perera - well-known science writer and author[169][170]
  • Miniwan P. Thilakaratne - veteran novelist

Media Personalities & Journalist

  • Chitrananda Abeysekera - poet, former Director of Sinhala Service of the Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation[171][172]
  • Karunaratne Abeysekera - poet, song writer, created history in the world of radio by being the first ever Sinhala cricket commentator over airwaves of Radio Ceylon[173]
  • Premasara Epasinghe - renowned Cricket Commentator, Private Secretary & Media Consultant to Minister of Education, former Head of Public Relations Bank of Ceylon[174][175][176]
  • Palitha Perera – former Deputy Director General (Commercial) of Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation, former Director of Sinhala Service Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation, renowned Cricket Commentator[177]
  • Dharmasri Wickramasinghe - popular radio & television broadcaster
  • Sumana Akmeemana - veteran journalist
  • Srimath Indrajith Liyanage - veteran TV and Radio Presenter[178][179]
  • Kamal Deshapriya - renowned Cricket Commentator, Actor
  • Chamika Roshan Liyanage - popular Radio & TV Presenter & electronic media journalist[180]
  • Akshin Punchihewa - reputed Sinhalese Radio Presenter in United Kingdom[181]
  • Mohanlal Piyadasa - Editor of Irudina News Paper[182]
  • Prasad R.E. Wijesuriya - former Editorial Journalist of Lakbima
  • Indrananda Abeysekera - Executive Secretary of Association for Sri Lanka-China Social and Cultural Cooperation, Advisor-China Radio International, former Media & Publicity Manager
  • Chintananda Abeysekera - Television Director and Engineer[183]
  • Hemajith Fernando - announcer, producer, commentator and senior organiser Sinhala programmes unit of Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation, cricket commentator[184]
  • Nalin Aponso - Deputy General Manager (Communications) of the SLPA Public Relations Unit, cricket commentator
  • Suresh Wickremesinghe - former journalist and announcer of Independent Television Network[185]
  • Rangana Seneviratne - journalist and presenter of Derana TV
  • Chandika Wijesena - teledrama director at Independent Television Network ITN[186]
  • Nalaka Vithanage - theater, television & cinema director[187]
  • Wasantha Siriwardena - political cartoonist and graphic journalist - winner of Best Cartoonist in 2002, 2004 and 2009[188]
  • Roshan Priya Watawala - TV & Radio presenter of Sirasa Media Network
  • Premaratne Abeysekera - journalist, announcer & diplomat in United Kingdom[189]

Artists

  • A.B Lalith De Silva - journalist, song writer, public speaker[190] (note:- also listed in Captains Of Industry & Commerce)
  • G. D. L. Perera - film maker, play producer
  • Namel Weeramuni - dramatist, play producer
  • Dhamma Jagoda- theatre professional (English & Sinhala)[191]
  • Senesh Dissanayake Bandara - upcoming film and teledrama director[192][193][194]
  • Kala Keerthi Dr Henry Jayasena - playwright, novelist film & teledrama actor (famous for portrayal of "Sudu Seeya" in the popular teledrama "Doo Daruwo")[195]
  • Hiran Abeysekara - actor of Sri Lankan English Theatre - "Alan" of Equus fame[196][197]
  • Ravindra Rupasena - film actor of early Sinhala Cinema in 1950s[198]
  • Tissa Wijesurendra - film actor in 1970s
  • Cyril Dharmawardene - film & teledrama actor
  • Gamini Hettiarachchi - film & teledrama actor
  • Sampath Kumarathunga - teledrama actor
  • Himasha Manupriya Dissanayake - singer, Derana TV Champion Little Star 2009[199]
  • Sisira Senaratne - singer
  • Saman De Silva - singer[200]
  • Ranil Mallawarachchi - singer[201][202]
  • Rohan Shantha Bulegoda - singer
  • Hasanjith Chathuranga KuruppuArachchige - up and coming Hip Hop solo artist[203]
  • Janaka Ratnayaka - famous Artist of weekly pictorial publication "Sathuta" fame in seventies[204]
  • Haris Wijesinghe - well known Beauty Culturist[205]
  • Amila Karunanayake - winner of the Man of the Year 2007, fashion designer[206]

Sportsmen and Sports Administrators

  • Stanley Jayasinghe - former all Ceylon Cricketer and first Nalandian to play professional cricket overseas for Leicestershire County Cricket Club in England for more than a decade[207]
  • Carl Obeysekera - former all Ceylon Cricketer[208][209]
  • Bandula Warnapura - Sri Lanka's Inaugural Test Cricket Captain
  • Mahela Jayawardena - Sri Lankan Cricketer, former Sri Lanka Test Cricket Captain, Best Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year Runnerup (1994)[210][211][212]
  • Roshan Mahanama - former Sri Lanka Test/One Day International Cricket Captain, Elite Panel Referee of International Cricket Council, Member of World Cup Winning Cricket Team 1996, Best Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year (1983 & 1984)[213][214][215][216]
  • Asanka Gurusinha - former Sri Lanka Test/One Day International Cricketer, Member of World Cup Winning Cricket Team 1996, Best Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year (1985)[217]
  • Kumar Dharmasena - former Sri Lanka Test/One Day International Cricketer, Member of World Cup Winning Cricket Team 1996, Best Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year (1989)[218]
  • Lalith Kaluperuma - former Sri Lanka Test/One Day International Cricketer, Former Chairman of Selectors Sri Lanka Cricket[219]
  • Sanath Kaluperuma - former Sri Lanka Test/One Day International Cricketer
  • Yohan Goonasekera - former Sri Lanka Test/One Day International Cricketer, Best Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year (1976)[220]
  • Gamini Wickremasinghe - former Sri Lanka Test/One Day International Cricketer[221]
  • Chamara Dunusinghe - former Sri Lanka Test/One Day International Cricketer[222]
  • Anura Ranasinghe - former Sri Lanka Test/One Day International Cricketer, Best Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year (1974 & 1975)[223]
  • Roshan Guneratne - former Sri Lanka Test Cricketer[224][225]
  • Shantha Kalavitigoda - former Sri Lanka Test Cricketer
  • Ishara Amerasinghe - former Sri Lanka Test/One Day International Cricketer[226]
  • Gihan Rupasinghe - Sri Lankan T20 cricketer
  • Sunil Jayasinghe - former One Day International Cricketer
  • Keerthi Ranasinghe - former One Day International Cricketer, Professional Middlesex CCC cricket coach who trains youth at the Finchley Academy[227]
  • Ashan Priyanjan Subasinghe - Sri Lanka's cricket captain for the 2008 Under-19 World Cup in Malaysia[228]
  • Priyankara Wickramasinghe - former Sri Lanka A Cricketer/ Malaysian National Cricket Player[229]
  • Jayantha Seneviratne - represented the National Cricket Team from 1973 to 1980, Chairman of the Coaching Committee of Sri Lanka Cricket[208][230]
  • Hemantha Devapriya - Head Coach Fingara International Cricket Academy, former Sri Lanka "A" Cricket Team Coach
  • Shammi Silva - President / Chairman of the Gymkhana Club - Colombo Cricket Club, former National Player, Manager & National Coach for Squash[231]
  • Sriyantha Dissanayake - reputed athlete, former Sri Lanka 100m record holder 1990, Duncan White award winner for Athletics, Asian Games silver medalist[232][233]
  • Anil Jayakoddy - champion motor racing driver[234]
  • Carmen Thenuwara - renowned motor racing driver (Super car event)
  • Yoga Perera - motor car racing champion[235] (note:- also listed in Captains Of Industry & Commerce)
  • Milinda Jayasinghe - Rugger Captain Sri Lanka Air Force 2011[236]

Architects

  • Dr Justin Samarasekera - reputed Architect, first President of Sri Lanka Association for the Advancement of Science[237]
  • Rukshan Widyalankara - Chartered Architect, Immediate Past President of the Sri Lanka Institute of Architects (SLIA), Vice President of Chamber of Construction Industry[238]
  • Asoka Palitha (Pali) Wijeratne - reputed Architect, Past President of the Sri Lankan Chapter of the International Committee on Monuments and Sites ICOMOS, Examiner of Sri Lanka Institute of Architects (SLIA)
  • Royle Senaratne,AIA (USA), (ALA) Architect & Acoustic Consultant

Medicine

  • Deshabandu Dr Hudson Silva – founder President of International Eye Bank, Tissue Bank & Eye Donation Society, Honorary Fellow of the College of Ophthalmologists of Sri Lanka[239]
  • Dr P.T De Silva - former President Ceylon College of Physicians 1984, Reputed Physician
  • Dr Lalith Wijeratne - President of National Stroke Association of Sri Lanka, Consultant Rheumatologist
  • Dr Upali Marasinghe - reputed Gynocologist
  • Dr K. L Wickramarathna MRCP - Medical Consultant, Thameside Mental Health of National Health Service United Kingdom[240]
  • Dr Prasanna Gunasena - Neuro Surgeon, former Secretary of Government Medical Officers Association (GMOA)
  • Dr Russel B Pereran M.D. - Medical Consultant, National Hospital Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, 1st Sri Lankan Medical Student (English Medium) at Kursk State Medical University Russia (KSMU)
  • Dr Pramod Ranatunga - former Resident Cardiologist of the Institute of Cardiology, Colombo[241][242]
  • Vidya Jyothi Dr Wijaya Godakumbura - Consultant Surgeon and President of the Safe Bottle Lamp Foundation[243][244]
  • Dr Satish K. Goonesinghe - Consultant Urological Surgeon, Secretary College of Surgeons of Sri Lanka[245]
  • Dr Aloka S. Amarakone M.D. - Neurologist, Jefferson City, USA[246]
  • Dr Kanishka de Silva - Consultant Oncological Surgeon - National Cancer Institute Maharagama, 1st Oncological Surgeon at Teaching Hospital Kandy,[247] Past President Kandy Society of Medicine,[248] Secretary Speciality Board of Oncosurgery, Founder member and past Deputy Editor College of Oncologist of Sri Lanka, Past President Lions Club of Sengkadagala,[249] Past President GMOA Kandy Branch, Past Secretary College of Surgeons Kandy Chapter, Medical Advisor to Cancer Society Kandy Branch[250]
  • Dr Neil Jayasuriya MS,MRCS, FRACS - Surgeon Brisbane, Australia
  • Dr Ruwan M Jayatunge - Psychotherapist and medical writer[251]
  • Jaliya Uduwella - Chief Physiotherapist, Lady Ridgeway Hospital, Colombo

Other

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