The Informatics Institute of Technology (IIT) has long upheld the tradition of a balanced education that caters to the wholesome and well rounded application of students’ knowledge, wisdom, talent and creativity.
DFCC Bank and Vardhana Bank this week hosted the third Annual awards presentation for 6S implementation in Schools at Water’s Edge Battaramulla.
While recognising outstanding achievements by schools, prize money worth over Rs. 2.5 million was distributed among the schools which successfully implemented the 6S program in 2011. One of the highlights of this year’s project was the inclusion of 2 schools from the Jaffna district.
Aitken Spence Technologies (Pvt) Ltd. (formerly Calspence Technologies), an Oracle Gold Level Partner, has been appointed as an Oracle University Education Re-seller Partner and Approved Training Centre, by the Oracle University (OU), a company communication stated.
By Uditha Jayasinghe
The Government is launching an IT literacy development project in 6,500 rural schools with the first segment kicking off in the former war zone.
Jaffna, the main town in Sri Lanka’s former war torn north, will be the first to benefit from the project, said acting Cabinet spokesman Minister Lakshman Yapa Abeywardana.
Cisco on Thursday announced the launch of the first Cisco Student Industry Training Program [CITP] in Sri Lanka. The six-month program, scheduled to commence in March, is aimed at providing Cisco Networking Academy students a unique opportunity in industry attachment to fuel ICT adoption and drive economic growth.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka in keeping with its role as one of the country’s largest tertiary education providers successfully spearheaded a series of seminars under its Sisunena program in its continuing endeavour to enlighten and expand the knowledge of students in the commerce stream. The seminar series delivered by a panel of experts was held across
The Colombo Agile Camp was successfully worked off recently with the participation of over 50 top practitioners of the Agile methodology in Sri Lanka. The program was a highly interactive and interesting one with many industry based scenarios around the agile methodology and practical issues being addressed in an open forum.
Brings total to 200 undergraduates with a commitment of over Rs. 10 million
Twenty five Sri Lankan undergraduates have received assistance and motivation to pursue their future aspirations from the Commercial Bank of Ceylon, as part the Bank’s CSR Trust’s ‘Sarasaviyata Nawa Saviyak’ community initiative to support worthy undergraduates.
Top apparel exporter supports workshop on sustainability at AIESEC Sri Lanka event
Sri Lanka’s top apparel exporter Brandix extended its globally-acclaimed commitment to the environment to the youth by supporting a forum on the sustainability of the environment, held as part of the first-ever Sri Lanka International Youth Forum of AIESEC, the world’s largest student-run organisation.
MTI Consulting CEO Hilmy Cader will be delivering the keynote at the Toastmasters National Conference to be held in March 2011 in Sri Lanka.
The event is a forum where Toastmasters island wide meet and network at the national level prepared and table topic speech competitions. Toastmasters is a worldwide not for profit movement which helps people to be better communicators and leaders.