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Science and Technology Management Information System (STMIS)

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Science and Technology Management Information System (STMIS) is a computerized information system developed by the National Science Foundation (NSF) of Sri Lanka with a view to provide information on the Science and Technology (S&T) sector of the country to the stakeholders of the NSF.
It creates a working network among academic institutes, R&D centers and industry. This database is very much useful to facilitate policy level decision-making on S &T resources (with special emphasis on human resources) and promote utilization of S&T capabilities for economic development of the country.

Who can apply for registration?

   • Any individual with a basic degree in science including social sciences
   • working in a field related to science and technology
For registration send us the filled application to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

   • Any institution engaged in research and development activities
   • Any institution engaged in service provision in science and technology sector
For institutional registration please contact us through
0112 675841 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Getting registered in the STMIS will,
   - give more visibility to your work
   - get updates on important events and opportunities in the field
   - become eligible to apply for grants and other services offered by the NSF

Other services

1. STMIS provides details on
    o Sri Lankan scientists having expertise in particular field
    o Scientific services and training programmes provided by different institutions
    o Advanced scientific equipments available in the country
    o Research publications done by Sri Lankan scientists
    o Ongoing research in the country

2. STMIS gives publicity to events and programmes having scientific importance which are conducted free of charge.
Send us a request through the Director General, National Science Foundation to get the above service free of charge.



Last Updated ( Tuesday, 02 July 2019 13:43 )  
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