As a result, under the direction of the University Grants Commission, universities in Sri Lanka were closed for academic activity beginning March 13, 2020. However, it reopened in the first week of June for final year students’ tests, followed by additional exams from different years of the academic program. However, universities across Sri Lanka have struggled to cope with an unprecedented dimension of Covid-19 to keep on with their teaching and learning activities, administrative tasks, and the new challenge of e-learning. To this day still, universities remain closed. This pandemic compels administratorsator of higher education institutions, especially universities in Sri Lanka, to mobilize students and staff to adapt to a new twist of events and come up with valuable and innovative ideas to confront those challenges in collaborating with different stakeholders of universities such as faculty members, students, staff, and non-staff in the system. All these themes were arranged based on the high to the lower frequency.