The Annual General Meeting of the Institution of Engineers Sri Lanka, NSW Chapter, was held on Sunday, 19 September 2021 at 3:30 pm.

At the AGM the annual report, accounts were presented followed by the election of a new executive committee. Later a discussion on the opportunities and ways in which we can make the activities of IESL NSW Chapter more relevant to our engineers in New South Wales and ACT was conducted.

Click here to download the Agenda for the AGM

A copy of the 2020/2021 term Annual Report can be downloaded from here 

 


Who we are …

The Institution of Engineers Sri Lanka established the first overseas chapter in Sydney, New South Wales in 2009 to cater for the members of the institution residing in New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory. The main objective of the chapter is to provide a forum for professional engineers in NSW Australia, to foster the ideals of the profession while socialising in a friendly professional environment.

To achieve this objective, the chapter would organise discussions, training sessions, professional lectures,  reward, and recognition, helping community projects through professional services and practising promoting and encouraging professional ethics.

Although the membership of the chapter is limited to the members of IESL, the services of the chapter will be open to all engineers in NSW and ACT.  The chapter will have a strong relationship with engineers with Sri Lankan origin. However, in a rapidly globalising professional landscape, the chapter welcomes the participation and establishing relationships with all engineers.

Following is the list of Chairpersons who gave leadership in the past

2009   –  Eng. Nihal Fernando
2010    – Eng. Tissa Wijayasinghe
2011     –Eng. Maya Amaraweera
2012    – Late Eng. Kamal Fernando
2013    – Eng. Mahinda Karunaratne
2014    – Eng. Waruna Kaluarachchi
2015    – Eng.  Ananda Herath
2016   – Eng. Dayantha Jayarathna
2017   –  Eng. Sarath Wijayapala
2018   –  Eng. Rohitha Silva
2019   –  Eng. Mahendram Manoharan
2020   – Eng. (Prof.) Ashok Peiris

2021 (Current) – Eng. Paramsothy Gnanasothy