18th December 2021 12:26:12 Hours
Customarily, the Sri Lanka Military Academy conducts the Commandant’s Presentation and Parade two days prior to the Final Presentation and Commissioning Parade of passing out intakes. This practice helps, in fact, to extend timely guidance, encouragements and compliance for onward progression of the upcoming POP related events. On 15th eve, the Commandant of the Military Academy graced the Research Presentation conducted by the passing out officer cadets at the Sino-Lanka Friendship Auditorium. The following day marked the Commandant’s parade which claimed the intensity and splendor of the Commissioning Parade.
18th December 2021 11:54:39 Hours
The annual Awards Ceremony of the Sri Lanka Military Academy is one of the most fabulous and customary events which is organized with the aim of recognizing and appreciating the excellent achievements of trainee officer cadets in multi-disciplinary aspects during the year. The Awards Ceremony held subsequent to the Commandant’s Parade becomes one of the ever memorable and iconic events in officer cadets’ life where their outstanding performance during the year receives the due recognition in public with the award of certificates, trophies and medals by the Commandant and Wing Heads of the Academy.
03rd December 2021 12:32:04 Hours
On 3 December 2021, Chief Of Staff, Major General WLPW Perera RWP RSP ndu paid a courtesy visit to the Sri Lanka Military Academy and he was warmly welcomed by the Commandant, Brigadier WWHRRVMNDKB Niyangoda RWP RSP USP ndu psc along with the senior officers of the military Academy.
29th November 2021 08:27:55 Hours
Horse-riding which is an enjoyable hobby and sport for people of all ages brings the rider a lot of advantages in terms of physical and mental. More interestingly it teaches how to take care of the horse too.
27th November 2021 17:21:53 Hours
‘DRILL’ which stands for Disciple, Respect, Integrity, Learning and Leadership holds a prominent place in improving togetherness and working under one command as a team. At present, military drill is mostly used in military ceremonies and it supports to instill pride and discipline within soldiers.
25th November 2021 12:34:33 Hours
Donation, a selfless act, teaches the importance of generosity. People living in poverty and desperate living conditions need a helping hand for growth. Mrs Nethmini Gunasekara and Mr. Lahiru Dissanyaka, two Sri Lankans domiciled in Australia patronaged to construct a new house for Mr. S Sangarguru’s family living at Heennarangolla, Boralanda under the supervision and labour force of the Military Academy. Necessary financial and other resources for this charity work were coordinated and pioneered by Brigadier Anil Peiris RSP USP psc during his tenure at the Military Academy as the Deputy Commandant.
25th November 2021 09:24:41 Hours
Interview, qualitative in nature is one of the effective ways to gather data in the world of research. This methodological approach helps the researcher to explore a topic or subject area in considerable depth with opinions, attitudes, experiences of the interviewee.
20th November 2021 12:59:15 Hours
Excursions are a fascinating way of exploring the knowledge and they help in bridging theoretical learning and practical application. On 20 November 2021, a delegation of 97 Student Officers following the Senior Command Course-3 (JCC) and Junior Staff Course-22 (JSC) along with 21 Instructional/Directing Staff from the Officer Career Development Center (OCDC), Buttala visited the Sri Lanka Military Academy. The delegation was warmly welcomed by the Deputy Commandant, Brigadier W S N Hemarathna RWP RSP psc along with the Academy staff at the main entrance.
19th November 2021 17:39:44 Hours
In the modern educational dimensions, research is seen as a dynamic tool for building knowledge and facilitating learning. A viva voce is the peak of any research where varied skills of the researcher such as subject knowledge, analytical skills, presentation and public speaking skills are tested through a systematic oral test in front of a panel of academic experts.
14th November 2021 07:37:40 Hours
Counter-Revolutionary Warfare (CRW) is very significant warfare tactics conducted for military personnel around the globe to train them to perform under extreme difficulties, adverse weather and rough terrains. The Sri Lanka Military Academy conducts the Exercise Wanabambara in two phases for the final year trainees of all basic training courses (short and long courses) once their military curriculum reaches the edge.