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Eng. AM. Aslam Saja

Lecturer (Probationary) in Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering
Dept. of Electrical and Telecommunication Engineering
Faculty of Engineering



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Eng. AM. Aslam Saja
Designation Lecturer (Probationary) in Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering
Department / Unit Dept. of Electrical and Telecommunication Engineering
Faculty Faculty of Engineering
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  • MSc.Engineering
  • BSc.Engineering(Hons)
  • Project Management in Development - Level 1 - PMD-Pro (Project Management for Development Professionals) - accredited by APM Group Ltd (UK)
  • AMIE(SL
  • Academic Coordinator, Department of Electrical & Telecommunications Engineering
  • Coordinator, Industrial Training Unit, Faculty of Engineering
  • Renewable Energy
  • Power systems Engineering
  • Principles of Electrical Engineering
  • Engineering Project Management
  • Disaster Management
  • Engineers in society
  • Presentation skills/Report Writing
  • Community based renewable energy
  • Critical success factors in managing engineering projects
  • Disaster Risk Reduction
  • Disaster Early Warning Systems
  • Editor
  • Institute of Engineers
  • Sri Lanka (IESL) - Eastern Provincial Centre
  • Saja Aslam, A.M., Sevekari, P.B., (2015), WASH Needs And Vulnerability Assessment (NAVA) indicators for specific hazards in the context of Sri Lanka, (Under review).
  • S. Gengathara, A.M. Aslam Saja, A. Atputharajah, J.B. Ekanayake, Design and optimization of hybrid energy source - a case study at Guruluwana, Peradeniya University Research Sessions (PURSE) 2005 proceedings, 10th November 2005, p78.
  • Saja Aslam, A.M., A Critical analysis of a community based tsunami early warning system in Peraliya, Sri Lanka, 2nd National Symposium on DRR and Climate Change Adaptation, UNDP/Ministry of Disaster Management, 2010.
  • Saja Aslam, A.M., Wijesekara, N., Community based tsunami early warning system in Peraliya, Sri Lanka: International Strategy For Disaster Risk Reduction Early Warning Practices can Save Lives: Selected Examples of Good Practices and Lessons Learnt, United Nations, August 2010.
  • Coordinator, Strategic Planning Unit, Faculty of Engineering
  • Coordinator, Internal Quality Assurance Cell, Faculty of Engineering
  • Co-Secretary, Institution of Engineers Sri Lanka (IESL), Ampara District Centre

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