“Muditha Prasannajith Perera obtained his B.A (Hons) Degree in Geography from the University of Peradeniya. During his secondary education, he completed the O/L period in one year of advancement and obtained the best results from the school, and then he obtained the district highest marks for A/L among the school candidates in Anuradhapura District. Thereafter, he became island first winner of two national level competitive exams twice. In addition to his academic achievements, he has a number of extracurricular achievements such as Art, Oratory, Short stories, Poetry, General knowledge, and Sports. After graduation from the University of Peradeniya, he joined the Department of Geography, University of Ruhuna as an Assistant Lecturer, in 2001 and later joined the Department of Geography, University of Peradeniya in to the permanent carder, with the experience of Permanent Lecturer/Executive officer SL-1 of the Sri Lanka Forestry Institute, Forest Department plus three year research background inclusive of Huruluwewa Watershed Management Project (SCOR) under the International Irrigation Management Institute. Muditha Perera completed his M.Phil Degree in 2010 and completed his PhD studies related to hydro-ecological issues in tank cascades in Sri Lanka, in 2016. His research & lecturing fields are mainly on Applied aspects of Geography and Physical Geography. Muditha Perera has contributed more than 60 publications at the National as well as International levels. His research work has been appreciated and commended by International Water Management Institute and by Prof. Swaminathan who is considered as the “Father of Green Revolution of Asia”. He is an Editorial Board Member and Reviewer for a few National /International Journals including Geocarto International. He is contributing the service as a Senior Student Counselor, Warden, and as a resource person to the PGIS, PGIHS, CES, CSHR, CDCE, and for several committees in the University of Peradeniya, and he is contributing his service to the Forest Department, Irrigation Department, Education Department, and to the Ministry of Mahaweli Development and Environment. Currently he is serving as a Professor in Geography, in the Department of Geography”.