List of University of Peradeniya people

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This is a list of notable University of Peradeniya people. This includes distinguished alumni of various fields and distinguished faculty people.

Law, politics and international relations[edit]

Academics[edit]

Professors and scholars[edit]

University Presidents, Chancellors and Vice Chancellors[edit]

Deans[edit]

Medicine[edit]

Science and technology[edit]

Military and police[edit]

Literature[edit]

Film, theatre and television[edit]

Arts[edit]

  • Stanley Kirinde SLAS – one of Sri Lanka's most outstanding artistic talents of the 20th century; former state secretary of the Ministry of Ports and Shipping; painter of the President's House (Kandy and Colombo), the Foreign Ministry, the Military Academy[66][67]
  • Tilak Samarawickrema – artist, architect and designer[68]

Music[edit]

Religion[edit]

Journalists[edit]

Civil servants[edit]

Business and finance[edit]

  • D. K. Rajapaksa – managing director, DSI Samson Group (Pvt) Ltd.[79]
  • Ajith Wickremaratne – banker; corporate executive; former Vice President and Head of Corporate Banking of NDB Bank, Sri Lanka[80][81]

Faculty[edit]

Librarians[edit]

Sportsmen and sports administrators[edit]

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