For the first time in the history, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between Sri Lanka Inventors Commission (SLIC) and…
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“Sahasak Nimavum” National Invention and Innovation competition is an annual event organized by the Sri Lanka Inventors Commission (SLIC) to encourage making or creation of inventions in Sri Lankan citizens. From the year 2019, an international inventor/innovator pavilion is set up for exhibiting their inventions and innovations and share knowledge and build collaboration between Sri Lankan inventors and International inventors.
“Sahasak Nimavum 2020” is opened for both international and local Inventors as two separate events. This year due to the CORONA virus pandemic. We have decided to continue our competition as an online competition. The applicants can submit their invention/ innovation video on registration and video will be evaluated by a panel of judges appointed by SLIC.
Local inventors can register under four main categories ie: School, University & Tertiary Educational Institute, Open and Commercialized.
Inventions can compete under fourteen technical fields as follows.
“Dasis” is a name given to King “Ravana”, who probably is one of the greatest inventors of our history. The most popular invention of him is the “Dandu Monara”, the wooden plane. As a nation, we have so much to get inspired from our rich heritage. Hence we gave the name “Dasis” for the award. It defines the ten heads of king “Ravana” to symbolize the observational capability of inventors and the knowledge that is all-pervasive. These ten heads are depicted graphically at the center of the trophy. The two wings on either sides represent the imagination of inventors and the wheels show how they give wings to ideas through technology.
For the first time in the history, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between Sri Lanka Inventors Commission (SLIC) and Ministry of Education (MOE) for Creating an innovative culture among school students irrespective of their discipline by introducing a set of activities, competitions or any other suitable initiative to enhance the creativity.
The signing of this important MOU today, which opens a new chapter in the mutually beneficial collaborative relationship between the SLIC and MOE of two most important institutes in Sri Lanka. We hope that the MOU will help bring SLIC and MOE closer together and strengthen our partnership in cultivating innovative culture throughout the nation.