Ensuring Safety of Institute of Indigenous Medicine
In the context of the current security situation in the country, to maximize the personal safety of students and staff and for protection of property, following instructions and directives are given.
Academic activities in Institute of Indigenous Medicine (B.A.M.S), University of Colombo will be commenced on 27th of May 2019.
Hostel will be opened for Students from 6.00 am on 23rd of May 2019
All persons (academic, non-academic staff, students and visitors) are allowed to enter the Institute premises only after verification of their identity, reason for the visit, physical body check and checking of all bags, baggage and back – packs or any other belongings.
All types of vehicles including cycles, motorbikes, scooters and three-wheelers entering the premises must undergo a complete security check before entering institute and hostel premises.
Staff and Students are advised to display vehicle pass on their personal vehicles.
No person is allowed to enter or stay within the institute and hostel premises with a face cover.
Excluding the face cover, rest of the dress code that includes the head, ear and neck cover must be considered as personal decision of the person concerned.
Students must have the student identity card in their possession, when they are in the Institute, and hostels.
Only registered students and persons authorized by the institute are allowed into or stay in the hostels.
No visitors of students or any other persons are allowed to visit hostels.
Bags/ back packs are strictly prohibited in lecture halls, examination halls, laboratories and the library.
Students are strongly advised to minimize bringing bags / backpacks to canteens.
Students are not allowed to be at the institute other than the period between 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. without obtaining prior permission from the authorities.
A Disaster Management System must be established and precise instructions and contact numbers must be clearly displayed for anyone to follow during an unexpected event.
Steps must be undertaken to fill all available vacancies for security personnel in the Institute.
It is advised to decrease every programme where students are gathered in the premises and out of the Institute.
In an emergency it is advised to inform suitable authorities by noticed hotline numbers.
Emergency Service’s Telephone Numbers
|Police Emergency Hotline||118 / 119|
|Ambulance / Fire & Rescue||110|
|Accident Service-General Hospital-Colombo||011-2691111|
|Government Information Center||1919|
|Emergency Police Mobile Squad||011-5717171|
|Fire & Ambulance Service||011-2422222|
|Police Headquarters||011 -2421111|
|Bomb Disposal Unit Army Head Quarters||011-2434251/011-4055105011-4055106/076-6911604|
|Electricity Break Down||011-2466660/011- 4617575|
|Internal contact numbers|
|Dr. SP Molligoda||071-4440327|
|Dr. SKMK Harapathdeniya||071-4447641|
|Dr.LDR De Silva||071-2964185|
|Dr. KIWK Somarathna||071-8616881|
|Dr. MAA Sirajudeen||071-4422373|
|Internal Private Security Service|
|Security Office||011-2694308 /237|
|Chief security officer- Mr. Samaranayake||077-0360982|
|Security OIC – Mr. Uditha||078-6349164|