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UGC Chief to address AGM of Alumni Association of Colombo Uni


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The 33rd Annual General Meeting of the Alumni Association of the University of Colombo for the year 2014/2015 will be held on Thursday, 25 June at the Auditorium of the Faculty of Graduate Studies within the College House premises, University of Colombo at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will be followed by fellowship and dinner.

Prof. Mohan De Silva, Chairman of the University Grants Commission of Sri Lanka will deliver the keynote address.

All members are invited to participate at the AGM. Please contact Secretary Suranjani Wickramaratne on 0777-281750 or SMS 071-8498434 for reservation of dinner tickets priced at Rs. 750.

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