Students are requested to come in full uniform with formal shoes for all the examinations including Friday/Saturday.













2:00 to 5:00 PM





2:00 to 5:00 PM





2:00 to 5:00 PM





2:00 to 5:00 PM





2:00 to 5:00 PM



Students Instructions: 

  • Min 50 out of 100 is the Pass mark
  • Do not open the booklet until instructed by the invigilator.
  • Write your No and other details in Capitals in the space instructed carefully.
  • Don’t mention your Name in any part of your answer sheet (will lead to disqualification).
  • Students are supposed to write all the answers within the Booklet
  • Mobile phones/Electronic gadgets are strictly prohibited in Exam hall.
  • Use only blue ball pens for writing answer.
  • Bring your own stationaries, as sharing is strictly not allowed in Exam hall.
  • Do not write anything on the question paper.
  • Any kind of Malpractices during Examination will lead to disqualification.
  • Total time allotted: 3 hours.
  • Question number should be mentioned in Bold Title in Center for each answer.
  • If written excess answers -First written answers will be considered for evaluation.








CILT Examination Committee (CEC)



*Changes in the above schedule are not permissible under any circumstances.

No Enroll No SUBJECT  
1 SLMT/16-17/ERS/001 57 51 57 62 78  
2 SLMT/16-17/ERS/002 56 68 62 70 72  
3 SLMT/16-17/ERS/003 52 74 74 76 78  
4 SLMT/16-17/ERS/004 60 51 64 66 54  
5 SLMT/16-17/ERS/005 30 51 55 50 51 Fail
6 SLMT/16-17/ERS/006 77 86 87 76 82  
7 SLMT/16-17/ERS/007 51 52 58 60 51  
8 SLMT/16-17/ERS/008 54 67 76 74 64 Not Cleared
9 SLMT/16-17/ERS/009 56 52 77 80 67 Not Cleared
10 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0015 74 80 80 85 97  
11 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0020 54 52 58 66 58  
12 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0022 57 54 72 80 67  
13 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0025 66 66 86 95 85  
14 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0028 59 58 70 90 75  
15 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0029 53 52 66 57 53  
16 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0032 57 52 57 60 87  
17 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0033 23 50 27 50 50 Fail
18 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0034 52 55 77 55 58  
19 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0035 57 54 60 81 60  
20 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0037 62 52 54 80 58  
21 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0038 53 54 65 75 78 Not Cleared
22 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0040 63 61 85 85 90  
23 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0044 53 52 54 52 68  
24 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0047 53 52 56 82 59 Not Cleared
25 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0048 57 64 65 92 79  
26 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0053 57 65 67 80 64  
27 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0055 51 61 63 67 73  
28 SLMT/16-17/ERS/0058 51 64 79 75 71  


Students those who are not cleared are requested to Submit their Project report to avoid disqualification.

Students who are failed will be informed about their re-exam dates through SMS in next week.

CILT – International Convention in Macao

CILT delegation attends International Convention in Macao

 Thursday, July 13, 2017 
CILT Sri Lanka delegation for the CILT Convention in Macao
CILT Sri Lanka delegation for the CILT Convention in Macao

Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) held their International Convention in Macao from June 11 to 14 at Sheraton Grand hotel Cotai Central.

One of the world’s most famous free ports, Macao is a fascinating blend of industries and cultures, a jewel on the south coast of China, across the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong. 

This year’s theme of the Convention was “Smart Journey – Belt and Road”. The Convention focused on two of the most important developments currently making an impact on the Logistics and Transport industry; the rise of Smart Technology and the ambitious One Belt One Road(OBOR) initiative.

CILT conducts its annual Convention in a member country in rotation every year. Sri Lanka hosted the Convention in June 2013 after it became a territory.

Women in Logistics and Transport (WiLAT) Forum and Young Professionals’ Forum (YPF) conventions started off in parallel sessions ahead of the CILT International Convention. This year’s Convention was attended by over 250 foreign delegates from 29 of its member countries. The delegates had ample opportunities to interact with International participants representing corporates, academia and government sector and the military and get actively involved in shaping the future of CILT and its industry.

This year’s 11 member CILT SL delegation was the highest Sri Lanka ever attended a Convention including WiLAT and YPF members and was represented by Capt. Lasitha Cumaratunga (Chairman CILT SL), Romesh David, (International Vice President)Gayani de Alwis (Vice Chairperson CILT SL), Niral Kadawatharatchi (Immediate Past Chairman CILT SL), Niroza Gazzali (Vice Chairperson WiLAT SL), Amra Zareer (Secretary WiLAT SL), Gayathri Karunanayake (Treasurer WiLAT SL), Biman Hettiarachchi (ChairmanYPF SL), Rishantha Mendis (Member), Manjari Nigamuni (WiLAT ExCo Co-opted Member), Shakkya Perera (WiLAT ExCo Co-opted Member). CILT also awarded a travel scholarship to a young undergraduate mentee from WiLAT to attend the Convention.

Prof. De-Rong Wang, Executive Vice-Chairman, CCTA, Prof. Taewoo Paul Lee, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, Morris Cheung, President, MTR Academy, Hong Kong, Prof. Kai Hoberg, Kühne Logistics University and Karmjit Singh, Chairman of CILT Singapore were some of the speakers at this year’s Global Convention.

Vice Chairperson CILT Sri Lanka Gayani De Alwis was also an invited speaker and she spoke about Sri Lanka’s perspective on Belt and Road initiative. De Alwis mentioned that Sri Lanka is right at the center of the Global east west maritime route with 50% of Global containerized traffic moving pass Hambantota. Being strategically located at the tip of South Asia, Sri Lanka was in the past a natural port of call for silk route navigators. She mentioned that the belt and road initiative will enable Sri Lanka to get connected to International value chains and provide the much needed connectivity required for rapid economic growth in the country.

Outgoing International Past President of CILT Paul Brooks was awarded the Pegasus medal for his services and CILT Kazakhstan was awarded territorial status at the Convention.

This year CILT convention also had a new segment where an opportunity was given to CILT chapters to show case their best practices at an Idea Exchange. Sri Lanka team showcased WiLAT SL’s globally renowned “Ignite” mentoring program and this initiative won the best entry of the poster competition.

The Sri Lankan team also took part in the “We Got Talent” organized by WiLAT Hong Kong for the participants to showcase their talents. Sri Lankan team performed a traditional dance act under the theme “Pooja-a Fusion of Blue Rays” which depicted a blend of cultural dance and music and won the award for the “Best Originality and Creativity”. The delegates also had the opportunity to take part in a technical visit to Hong Kong which included a visit to Hong Kong Airlines, Kwai Chung Modern Terminals, MTC OCC at Tsing Yi and a Tram Ride.

The CILT International Convention was an excellent opportunity for networking, to develop new International relationships and share experiences and best practices with colleagues across the CILT Global family. The next International Convention will be held in Wroc?aw, Poland in May 2017.

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) is a leading Global professional body associated with the Logistics and Transport industry.

The Institute holds unparalleled International recognition and works towards achieving its objectives of promoting and encouraging the art and science of Logistics and Transport through its membership and its educational qualifications.

With a Global membership of over 33,000 from 33 countries across the Globe, CILT provides a professional identity to those in the ever expanding Logistics and Transport sector. It is a strong, active and a unified professional association that is able to speak with authority on strategic issues affecting businesses and people in the industry and support their careers.

CILT Sri Lanka was established in 1984 and incorporated by the parliamentary act no. 08 of 2000. In 2012, The Council of Trustees of the CILT upgraded the status of CILT Sri Lanka from a Branch to a Territory.

In doing so the Council of Trustees recognized the high standards of performance, governance and membership development evidenced in CILT Sri Lanka over the past several years.