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‘Seylan Pahasara’ 131st library opens


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‘Seylan Pahasara’ 131st library was successfully equipped and handed over to the students of Pannala National School in Kurunegala District. Over 3,000 students and teachers at the school will benefit out of this facility which include access to internet, e-learning together with other upgraded infrastructure. Here (from left): Seylan Bank PLC Pannala Branch Manager Nipuna Fernando, Seylan Bank PLC (North West ll) Area Manager Rajitha Gajanayake, Deputy Principal S.T.J.S. Rosa, Deputy Principal A.P.R.K. Paris, Seylan Bank PLC Pannala staff member Kaveesha Ekanayaka and students amidst the gathering.

 


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