History and Background
The Royal College Computer Society was founded in 1982 by Mr. W.A. Wickramasena and was the first school level information society in Sri Lanka. Since then the RCCS played a more prominent role in inspiring innovation among students of the Royal College. Since its inception, the RCCS has had strong participation in major ICT events at college and across the country.
- Major historical achievements of the society include places won at the National Schools Software Competition, International Schools Software Competition of the South East Asia Regional Computer Confederation and the International Olympiad in Informatics.
- In 2002 the RCCS won the Bronze medal at the International Olympiad of Informatics held in Yong-In, South Korea.
- The first ever school ICT society in Sri Lanka.
The vision of the Royal College Computer Society is to promote and inspire innovative ideas within the students of college, transform them and to make them worth
As one of the best innovative schools in the world, Royal College has been playing a pioneer role in Sri Lankan school’s ICT field on the world stage. The main objective of RCCS (Royal College Computer Society) is to fulfill our duty to our Alma mater, Royal College as well as Sri Lanka at large by contributing to the society in every aspect of ICT.
“Give your best for the good of the many”
|Chairman||Senith De Silva|
|Secretary||Nevindu Medan Balasuruya|
|Assistant Chairman||Sachithra Pushpawela|
|Assistant Secretary||Malinda Weerasuriya|
|Assistant Treasurer||Akila Paranawithana|