Hardy News

Birthday Celebration 126th

Later, professor Evan A Hardy, 126th Birthday celebration, Damma preaching ceremony on the 14st of October 2016, at 9.00 a.m. in Hardy premise And Arms giving to “Sarana” Adult’s house in Ampara on the  15th of October 2016.


DG's visit to Ampara

Dr.Hilary E.Silva Director General of Sri Lanka Institute of Advanced Technological Education made a visit to Hardy Advance Technological Institute on 16th of September 2016.During his visit, he inspected the progress of student hostel, Auditorium  and other construction projects on going in the Hardy ATI premises. He also visited sammanthurai ATI section during his visit.

 

 

 

Dengue Prevention campaign

A program to prevent dengue was organized by Hardy Advance technological institute on 12th of October 2016 with the participation of student and all staff.A team from the MOH-Ampara headed by Dr.Danushka provided necessary instruction to Carrey out the project

Hostels

The boys’ and the girls’ hotels of Hardy ATI are situated within the premises to offer the students with security during the period of their stay in the institute. Boys’ hostel is located near the gents’ chammary and is capable of accommodating 400 boys. Located in proximity to the Ladies’ chammary, the girls’ hostel can facilitate 40 students. The girls’ hostel is arranged in the dormitory system whereas the boys’ hostel has dormitories as well as rooms. A new hostel for girls is under construction within the premises to enhance the facilities and to accommodate more students in the future. All students can obtain the hostel facility which eases their busy routines due to extensive learning and practicals. 24 hour water supply, bathroom facilities, electricity, study rooms, computers, condition for self-cooking and TV room are the facilities provided for students lodged in the hostels. The security guards of Hardy ATI offer 24 hour protection to the students ensuring their stay as comfortable as it should be. The hostel is a great facility given to all Hardy students as the transportation system of the area is still very inadequate.