Mr.Alagiah Suthakaran

Lecturer (Probationary)

MSc in Information Technology [UoM]
BSc in Computer Science [UoJ]

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Academic RecordAdmin RolesExperiencesActivityTeachingPublication
  • Master of Science in Information Technology [Moratuwa University, Sri Lanka]
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science [University of Jaffna, Sri Lanka]
  • Member of the Faculty Board, Faculty of Applied Science, Trincomalee Campus, EUSL [2020-2023]
  • Member of Technical Evaluation committee, Trincomalee Campus, EUSL.
  • Member of the Sports Advisory Committee, Trincomalee Campus, EUSL [2022-2023]
  • Academic sub-warden (Part time), Men’s Hostel, 2019.
  • Student Counselor, Faculty of Applied Science, Trincomalee Campus, EUSL, Sri Lanka (2018-2023)
  • Worked as a Temporary Assistant Lecturer in Computer Science, Department Of Mathematics, Eastern University [ 2016-2017]
  • Worked as Temporary Lecturer, Department Of Computer Science, University Of Jaffna [2015-2016]
  • Worked as Temporary Instructor, Department of Computer Science, University of Jaffna [ 2015]
  • Served as developer and maintaining the Student Management Information System for Student Affairs, Trincomalee Campus. [2018-2022]
  • Out bound Training held in Maritime Academy, Trincomalee(23rd- 24 th October, 2018)
  • Training on Gender Based Violence, Trincomalee Campus (17th October 2017).
  • Outbound Training, conducted by Staff Development Center (23rd – 25th April, 2017).
  • Sri Lanka Student Workshop on Computer Science 2015, University of Jaffna(7th November 2015 )
  • Jaffna IT Conference “Empowering the leaders of Tomorrow”, organized by University of Jaffna and Support by SLASSCOM, 2014(6th December 2014 )
  • Sri Lanka Student Workshop on Computer Science 2013, University of Jaffna(14th December 2013)
  • Basic Computer Programming
  • Computer Architecture
  • Statistics for Science and Technology
  • Software Management Techniques
  • Assembly Language Programming
  • Data security
  • Object Oriented Programming
  • Operating Systems