Homagama is a town in the Colombo District, Sri Lanka, about 24 km south-east of Colombo. The Homagama Pradeshiya Sabha consists of the Homagama divisional secretariat and 10 GN division of Padukka DS division. The total Land area is about is 137 km2 of 90 GN division. The Pradeshiya Sabha was established under act No 15 of 1987, and has the highest population of any pradeshiya sabha area in Sri Lanka. It is home to notable places such as the campus of the National School of Business Management, Sri Lanka Institute of Nanotechnology, the Panagoda Cantonment, Upali Newspapers, Mahinda Rajapaksa College Homagama, St. Michael's College, Homagama, the Sri lanka Buddhist and Pali University, Ceylon Biscuits Limited and the Laxapana Battery Company.