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Student Album   26 September, 2018
 
Distinguished guests lighting the traditional oil lamp
Photograph of a group of students of JIAT
A racing event where participants have their hands-tied
Students of JIAT who took part in the PCJT Erabadu Mangalya
Photograph of students of JIAT at the 2015 New Year Festival
Preparing the traditional bun-eating competition
A student smiles as she looks on at the New Year Festival
Mr. Dhanushka Kodikara presenting an award to a student
Mr. Bhatiya Tissera, Managing Director of JIAT, presenting an award
Mr. Iresha, a lecturer of JIAT
A group photograph of students of JIAT
Students of JIAT at the PCJT New Year Festival of 2015
A group photograph of students of JIAT
Students of JIAT at the PCJT 2015 New Year Festival
Students taking part in the traditional sack race
Exciting moments during the sack race event
Two students of JIAT at the PCJT New Year Festival
A group photograph of students of JIAT
Photograph of students of JIAT at the 2015 New Year Festival
A group photograph of students of JIAT
Students of JIAT at the PCJT 2015 New Year Festival
Photograph of students of JIAT at the 2015 New Year Festival
A group photograph of students of JIAT
Mr. Bhatiya Tissera enjoying an event
Students of JIAT besides a traditional Sri Lankan cart
Students of JIAT at the PCJT 2015 New Year Festival
A pillow-fighting event at the New Year Festival
Students of JIAT besides a traditional bullock cart
Photograph of students with a traditional cart in the backdrop
Traditional dancers entertaining the crowd at the festival
       
 
PCJT Erabadu Mangalya for the 2015 Sri Lankan New Year Festival
The Java Institute's ?Erabodu Mangalyaya was held on the 23rd of April 2015 at the Shalika Grounds in commemoration of the 2015 Sri Lankan New Year Festival. This was the most fascinating event of the Java Institute's 2015 event calendar and a number of undergraduates participated in this event. The final year student Mr. M.H.M. Udesh Imalka Weerasekara was the president of this particular new year festival while the student crew who organised the event included both first year as well as final year students.

A wide variety of of new year events were held on this day and towards the end of the event, a DJ party was held. The most fascinating event during the 2015 Erabodu Mangalyaya was the Avurudu Kumariya and Kumara contest.

The students of the Colombo Branch of the Java Institute for Advanced Technology were the organising of the institute's 2015 New Year Festival and a number of students from other branches of the institute students participated in the event. Members and students of the Faculty of Software Engineering as well as the Faculty of Creative Studies took part in this joyous event.