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A.3.8 Student Membership Status and Destination






A.3.8.1 Professional Membership

a) The two main professional institutions that the mechanical engineering students obtain membership is to the Institution of Engineers, Sri Lanka (IESL) and Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London (IMechE). The IESL has a Liaison Office within the Faculty of Engineering, whilst the IMechE organizes familiarization activities from time to time for the benefit of the students. Many of our Final Year undergraduates have been students members of both these professional institutions.








  1. What proportion of the cohorts are members of Professional Institutions or Societies?

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Inst./Soc.

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Percent

Inst./Soc.

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Inst./Soc.

Number

Percent






A.3.8.2 Departmental Staff / Student Committee

The Head of the Dept along with another three members of the staff meet the students at the commencement of each semester and around the 10th week of the semester. At these meetings, the students discuss on the course units offered by the Dept and other departments of study, the positives and negatives of contents of course units and the way they are conducted and any other matter pertaining to their academic work within the Faculty. The second meeting is scheduled before the registration period commences for course units of the following semester.

At the commencement of each semester, there is another meeting to discuss on the project work; what is the scope, expectations, timeline, points to note etc.

The academic staff and students also meet regularly at functions, seminars and other activities organized by the Mechanical Engineering Society (MES), where both staff and students are members of that society.





A.3.8.3 Destination of Graduates

Please indicate the employment category of the graduates for each of the last three years





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  1. Permanent employment in engineering, computer science or occupations relevant to the degree programme










  1. Commercial, financial, non-engineering employment










  1. Research / further study










  1. Unemployed / temporary work










  1. Returned to own country










  1. Not known










Total number in the cohort












Mechanical engineering graduates secure employment related to their specialization in public and private sector organizations. Given the current economic trends, employment opportunities are higher in the private sector than in the state sector. A fair number of graduates go abroad for postgraduate studies, and those with a good academic performance (First Class or Second Class Upper Division), find admission with full scholarships to prestigious universities. A small number are self employed, with some running their own businesses and companies.


Most senior positions in the engineering industry in Sri Lanka are held by our graduates, who have been responsible for the planning, design, implementation and management of major engineering projects in Sri Lanka. Besides, many of our alumni occupy senior positions in academia and industry abroad.


The number seeking employment in other professions is very small.

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