Guide for selecting General Elective Subjects for E/09 and E/10 2014 June Semester
Online registration is not allowed for EF511 and CP 551. The student who would like to register for these subject/s should follow the following steps stipulated under each subject. Since the subject are added to the online course registration system by the Assistant Register. Student should make sure to register for a number of subject Such that the balance of credit is sufficient to register for these subjects(one or both).If not, they will not be registered to these courses.
 

EF511: Social project
The student are requested,
1. Fill the form (Collect it from AR office)
2. Obtain the signature form the supervisor
3. Submit to the Assistant Register for adding the subject to the count registration system
4. Students are allowed to drop this subjects during add/drop period and no add/drop will be accommodated after the add/drop period.

CP551: Sustainable Development
Only limited number of student will be registered on first come first served basis.
1. Fill the form (Collect form the course coordinator (Prof.Shanthini).
2. Obtain the signature form the course coordinator (Prof.Shanthini).
3. Submit to the Assistant Register for adding the subject to the count registration system.
4. Students are allowed to drop this subjects during add/drop period and no add/drop will be accommodated after the add/drop period.

Following subjects offered in parallel time table slots. Therefore select only one subject from each slot
Slot 1: EF513, EF510
Slot 2: EF519, EF520, EF521
Slot 3: EF509, EF551, EF528


Guide for selecting General Elective subjects in semesters 5,6,7,8 of all students and short semesters of Computer Engineering Students

It is student's responsibility to obtain 12 credits from General elective subjects in order to be qualified for the graduation. Out of these 12 credits minimum 2 credits should be from each category 1,2,3 (Refer the Faculty handbook for details)

Categories
1. Management and Economics
2. Arts and Humanities
3. Political and Social Sciences

Therefore students are requested to select courses appropriately in 5,6,7,8 semesters and GE short semester of computer engineering students.
Some courses are not offered in every semester and some courses are offered in the same slot so that you could not select subjects from the same slot.

EF511:Social project is offered in all four semesters.

Following subjects are offered in parallel time table slots. Therefore select only one subject from each slot

Semester 5 for all students and semester 7 for non computer students

Slot 1: EF501, EF516
Slot 2: EF519, EF520, EF521
Slot 3: EF524, CP551, EF522
Slot 4: EF505

Semester 6 and 8
Slot 1: EF513, EF510
Slot 2: EF519, EF520, EF521
Slot 3: EF509, CP551, EF528

GE short semester for computer students
Slot 1: EF519, EF520, EF521

Following subjects are NOT in parallel slots
EF501, EF505, EF509, EF524, CP551

General Elective Courses 

Management and Economics

EF505 Management in Practice with Case Studies
EF509 Engineer as an Entrepreneur
EF510 Technology and Economic Development
EF521 Intellectual Property
EF524 Business Law

Arts and Humanities

EF501 The Engineer in Society
EF513 Introduction to Music
EF516 Painting and Sculpture
EF519 Written English for Communication
EF520 Effective Communication in English through Speech
EF528 Introduction to Digital Art

Political and Social Sciences

CP551 Sustainable Development
EF510 Technology and Economic Development
EF511 Social Project

Other

EF522 SriLankan Technology

Subjects Offered

EF501 The Engineer in Society
EF505 Management in Practice with Case Studies
EF509 Engineer as an Entrepreneur
EF510 Technology and Economic Development
EF511 Social Project
EF513 Introduction to Music
EF516 Painting and Sculpture
EF519 Written English for Communication
EF520 Effective Communication in English through Speech
EF521 Intellectual Property
EF522 SriLankan Technology
EF524 Business Law
EF528 Introduction to Digital Art
CP551 Sustainable Development


Dr.K.Samarakoon
Course coordinator/General Elective Subjects