Naval and Maritime Academy

ABOUT US

IT School was established at Naval & Maritime Academy on 2000. Since then the Information Technology School has been rendering an indomitable service to Sri Lanka Navy in keeping with the policy of qualifying both officers and sailors to achieve the theoretical knowledge and the practical training on software and hardware in computer science at various levels to perform their specified duties in an effective and efficient environment.

The physical resources of the IT School is comprised of three fully equipped computer labs with internet facility which can accommodate thirty personnel each at a time and one mini lab with 10 no of computers to improve the IT related skills and competency of both the officer and the sailor under trainees of Sri Lanka Navy.

    OUR POLICY

To qualify both officers and sailors to achieve theoretical knowledge and practical training on software and hardware in computer science at various levels to perform their specified duties in the most effective and efficient manner.

LCDR(IT) JHS NILANGA
Officer In Charge
Tel : 61390
jhs-nilanga@navy.lk
LCDR(IT) WBC RODRIGO
Second In Charge
Tel: 61391
wbc-rodrigo@navy.lk
LT(IT) KM RIKAZ
Instructor Officer
Tel: 61392
km-rikaz@navy.lk
FCPO GPY MALAKA
Chief Instructor
Tel : 61393
it37331@navy.lk

Pledges ourselves in providing a diversity of top-quality proficiency to empower Naval Personal with requisite Information technology skills to empower all officers and sailors with essential Information Technology skills to accomplish Naval and Maritime Academy’s goals.

Innovative, value-driven and flexible Information Technology training solutions are tailored to the need of officers and sailors to enhance productivity to accomplish the objectives of the Naval and Maritime Academy.

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LOGO

  • To acquire the leadership/administrative standards required of a Petty Officer in the IT Branch of Sri Lanka Navy.
  • To understand the IT equipment and system in use in Sri Lanka Navy. and gain professional knowledge in their maintenance/and repair.
  • To be confident to impart knowledge, guide and train junior sailors in the performance of their technical duties.
  • To be eligible to be promoted to the rate of Petty Officer (IT)
  • To consider this course as an additional qualification for advancement to the rate of Petty Officer (IT)

  • This course is designed to impart broad knowledge on Information Technology IT Class 1 sailors who has not passed the Leading ‘Q’ IT exam.

  • This syllabus is designed to impact fair knowledge on Information Technology to IT branch class II sailors and enabling them to possess better knowledge to work in the field.

  • The general aim of this course is to expose the non IT branch officers and sailors to a theoretical and practical knowledge about some advanced features of IT and acquaint them with necessary IT skills.

  • The general aim of this course is to expose the non IT branch officers and sailors to a theoretical and practical knowledge about some advanced features of IT and acquaint them with necessary IT skills.

FACULTIES, SCHOOLS, DEPARTMENT & UNITS

QUALITY POLICY OF NMA
Naval & Maritime Academy is committed to mould naval personnel to become professionals in their fields to perform duties to the entire satisfaction of the desired standards of a recognized naval force, with the commitment to comply with requirements and continual improvement of the effectiveness of process of the quality management system.