Nature is a beautiful creation of God. Wild, pure, inspirational seen as many things as possible. There are many different characters and creatures in Mother Nature, some are sweet, others merciful, and yet others terrifying. One of the most marvelous and mysterious creations of Mother Nature is snakes. Snakes come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. The smallest snake is the thread snake, which is only about 4 inches long. The largest snake is the reticulated python, which can grow up to 33 feet long.Read More
Serpents, commonly referred to as snakes, have long captured the human imagination. These limbless reptilian creatures, often shrouded in fear and surrounded by misconceptions, play a vital role in our planet’s biodiversity and ecosystems.Read More
In the world of leadership, a novel and impactful concept has emerged – leading with the heart. It’s a style of leadership that goes beyond traditional management techniques and focuses on connecting with teams on a deeper, more emotional level. At the core of this transformational leadership style, lies something called emotional intelligence, or EQ for short.Read More
Transition General Meeting
The Official Transition Meeting of Rotaract Club of Alumni of University of Moratuwa for the year 2023-24 was held on the 15th of July 2023 at Royal Skills Center, Colombo 07.Read More
How it all started
It was a day in mid-June of 2022. I was scrolling down some posts on Facebook when I suddenly captured an interesting post on the Rotaract Couch. It was about the Interota, the triennial International Rotaract event which Is to be held in Tunisia in 2023.Read More
The annual trip of Rotaract Club of Alumni of University of Moratuwa commenced on a splendid Saturday morning.
The voyage towards the Northwestern Province unfolded with a sense of urgency, ensuring the reservation of ample moments full of blissful experiences at the destination. By the afternoon, the bus arrived in the enchanting region of Matale where our gracious host club, Rotaract Club of Matale welcomed us with their beautiful bright smiles. The picturesque landscapes, with the beautiful waters and lush crop fields were seen and captivated the hearts of our members.Read More
In the quiet corners of my childhood, nestled among the pages of books and the whispered tales of imagination, a passion for writing bloomed within me. The more I immersed myself in the fascinating world of expressions, I discovered the power of pen and paper, of weaving words into tapestries of meaning, and creating narratives that resonated with others.Read More
Serpente, a captivating endeavor spearheaded by Rotaract Alumni Mora, exudes a profound mission of illuminating the essence of snakes and advocating for their imperative protection. Within the enchanting borders of Sri Lanka reside a myriad of serpent species, boasting an astonishing count of 96, with 50 exclusively endemic to this island sanctuary. Furthermore, Sri Lanka embraces the presence of 13 sea snake species and 10 blind snake species.
It brings me immense joy as a member of the Rotaract Club of Alumni of University of Moratuwa to have spearheaded our club’s service project initiative, named “Let’s Meet”. Together with my fellow club service director, Manul, we endeavoured to create a platform for our members to come together on a monthly basis, forge strong bonds and friendships while having a good time. Through the course of the year, we curated five “Let’s Meet” events, each with its distinct theme and unforgettable experiences.
Overfishing is one of the most significant threats to the world’s marine ecosystems. The practice of overfishing, which involves catching fish at a rate faster than they can reproduce, has led to a decline in fish populations and has disrupted entire marine ecosystems. Fortunately, there are innovative approaches that can help combat overfishing and restore marine ecosystems.