MINISTRY OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Sri Lanka Instiute of Advanced Technological Education.
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.
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.
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
The Hardy museum was started on the 21st of May 2010. The Canadian ambassador and his lady graced the valuable occasion by opening the museum. Many valuable items are kept in the museum. There are photographs from the Gal Oya project, Ingniyagala Power Station and of the flood victims due to the overflow of “Senanayaka Samudraya”. There are some important documents of Professor Hardy and the specialty is that all documents are authorized with his signature. The records of music kept safe in the museum prove that Professor Hardy was a lover of music. In addition many of the instruments used for the Gal Oya project are exhibited in the museum. A set of ceramic dinning set from the Victorian era could be seen in the museum. Being over 50 years old, the museum is extraordinarily important because of its’ rare photographs of Gal Oya Bridge as well as the construction of Hardy institute. The Hardy museum has an historical as well as a social value not alone to the institute and the region but to the whole country.