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    The top floor of Sumanadasa Building, the home of the Quantity Surveying Family, where the infant Quantity Surveyors brought up to become energetic young Quantity Surveyors.

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    Moratuwa was a place for differences, conflicting interests, clashes, wisdom, fun, peace and harmony; which together built up our capabilities to respond to any situation.

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Help a Student in Need

Note: We have now reached our target. See below for collection details. We extend our gratitude to all who supported us in numerous ways.

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Mohamed Inayaththulla Ifaza is a Quantity Surveying undergraduate of University of Moratuwa, who is currently studying in Level 1. She suffers from a severe profound hearing loss in both ears.

It is not easy to pass through the hurdles of the University with this severe illness for Ifaza. Being a Grama Niladari, Ifaza’s father is also not in a position to afford the huge medical costs that will incur to cure Ifaza. Lanka Hospitals has recommended that a cochlear implant should be done as soon as possible to cure her. Furthermore, Lanka Hospitals have estimated that a sum of around Rs.3.1 million will be required for the cochlear implant of Ifaza. [See the documents]

There had been overwhelming response from our alumni once a donation was requested for buying hearing aid for her as a temporary solution. This convinced us the possibility of raising funds for her recommended treatment. Fuelled by this, her fellow students, the Building Economics Students' Society, have stepped forward to support and coordinate this cause. They have decided to take the best effort to collect the required sum for Ifaza through various projects. Collection from alumni is expected to be the major portion of this.

A special bank account has been opened by the Students’ Society for collection of funds. Account will be monitored by the Students’ Society and collection details will be updated on this page. We invite and request you to deposit/transfer your donation to the following account.

Please make sure you email a copy of the deposit slip / transfer receipt to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with a copy to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your name. If you are a QS graduate from University of Moratuwa, also notify that you are “QS Alumni” (important) and batch number (find your batch number here).

Account Details:

Account Name: Ms. M.I.Ifaza

Account Number: 77554844

Bank: Bank of Ceylon

Branch: Katubedda Branch

 


Details of collection from QS Alumni

Note: The below list is maintained by the Building Economics Students’ Society (BESS).

 

 


Reference Documents

Doctor's Confirmation 

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