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AAT Sri Lanka passed finalists to be awarded certificates today

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The Passed Finalists Certificate Awarding Ceremony of the Association of Accounting Technicians of Sri Lanka (AAT Sri Lanka) will be held today at the BMICH Main Hall in Colombo. 

AAT is a pioneering professional qualification for middle level accountants. The specialty of this qualification lies with the fact that the students can follow AAT while simultaneously completing their A/L examinations. The ceremony will mark the awarding of certificates to all passed finalists of 

All AAT students who successfully completed their final level examinations (AA3) along with the Talent Capstone held in January 2017 will be awarded certificates at today’s event. More than 800 finalists are expected to receive their certificates at the awards ceremony to be graced by Chief Guest Minister of Lands and Parliamentary Reforms Gayantha Karunathilake and Guest of Honour President of CA Sri Lanka Lasantha Wickramasinghe.


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