Month: April 2020

Who did it better

Who did it better is a project organized by our club to distract the minds of our members who were locked down due to the COVID 19 pandemic. This was an acting challenge where our members were challenged to recreate a famous movie scene and send us the video. More than 20 submissions were received …

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Druk-Yul, The Land of the Thunder Dragon 🇧🇹 is a Bhutanese Cultural exchange program organized by the Rotaract Club of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo along with the Bhutanese Students Association of Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo to expose our students to the Bhutan Culture. This was organized in grand scale on …

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Pandemic not Panic

Covid-19 is a virus which has changed the daily routines of all our lives. While we stay in our homes all the Authorities are fighting to eradicate this Virus and save our lives. As responsible citizens it’s our duty to help them fight this virus without making any hustle. Please corporate with the QUARANTINE PROCESS …

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Clean up challenge

🌳CLEANUP CHALLENGE🌳 CLEAN UP CHALLENGE is an initiative done by the Rotaract Club of Faculty of Medicine University of Colombo to educate general public on the importance of keeping their gardens clean inorder to prevent the upcoming dengue epidemic during the monsoon season. We challenged our fellow Rotaractors to show their Garden which is clean …

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Despite not having professional athletes or Sports Science & Management undergraduates, University of Colombo has been within top universities in Sri Lanka in sports field, throughout years. Even in recently concluded Sri Lanka Universities Games (SLUG) University of Colombo finished at overall runners up position behind University of Sri Jayawardhanepura. Most of our teams show …

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Culture Box

The “CULTURE BOX 1.0” was organized by the International service avenue of Rotaract Club of Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka. It was a cultural exchange program where we exchanged a box full of cultural surprises and established a platform for further integration between clubs and countries. This was done in collaboration with …

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“Read, Lead, Succeed” was a project focused on providing infrastructural, educational and motivational strength to an under developed school in the country via reconstructing the school library. As rotaractors of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo, we consider Library as a integral part of the community’s intellectual, educational, recreational, and cultural life. Since there …



Synergy 19, an expert panel discussion on the next frontier in molecular diagnosis of oncological conditions was held successfully on the 1st of December with the participation of experts in the field in Sri Lanka . We would like to thank for everyone who supported this forward thinking think tank event.