The department of Agricultural Engineering offers courses on engineering mathematics and drawing, applied hydrology, farm machinery and implements. Courses in irrigation, ground water engineering and soil conservation are, also included with special emphasis to crops grown in the dry zone of Sri Lanka. Energy, machinery management water management and post harvest technology of major crops grown in Sri Lanka with special reference to processing are included and storage mechanism is given priority since it involves in value addition of primary agricultural products. Adequate practical training for skill development is also provided with workshop practicals. Practical training for soil water management, farm machineries and post harvest technology are also included in the course modules.
- 4th International Conference Dry Zone Agriculture 2018” (ICDA 2018) September 7, 2018
- Ground breaking ceremony of research & training complex November 27, 2017
- 3rd International Conference on Dry Zone Agriculture – 2017 November 2, 2017
- Official and ceremonial handing over of vehicles and equipment October 23, 2017
- The Students’ Union celebrated their “Agros’ Nite – 2017” October 11, 2017