Current executive committee
  • President

    Rev. Mark Billimoria

  • Secretary

    Mr Dulip Soysa

  • Vice President

    Mr Kushan D’ Alwis

  • Treasurer

    Mr Suwan Perera

Overseas Branches
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    Old Thomians United Arab Emirates


The history of the OBA, like the history of Rome, has been an ever-growing tree. It had its roots in the Banyan groves of Mutwal, and later began to flourish spontaneously in the unfamiliar environment of Mt. Lavinia where now the Thomian impress has been fixed upon one and all.

The Old Boys’ Association was started in 1886. The fons et origo was Warden Miller who, on the 19th day of April 1886, address a letter to A. d’ A. Seneviratne, a distinguished Old Boy, who became an Advocate and lived right opposite of S. Thomas’ College at Mutwal for many years.

Warden Miller’s letter, which has been lost & found, and which is in the possession of Seneviratne’s son, Proctor A. C. d’ A. Seneviratne, is as follows, and speaks for itself.

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The Objects of the Association shall be

  • To increase the sense of fellowship in Old Boys both with one another and with the College.
  • To promote good works for the benefit of the College.
  • To afford guidance and encouragement to the younger generation of Thomians.
  • To foster and preserve the bonds of unity and fellowship with the branch schools and Affiliated Associations.
  • To make recommendations for better management and administration of the College.
  • To create a Trust Fund.
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