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‘SisuDirimaga’ career guidance program by Fashion Bug provides a new platform for students


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One of country’s leading clothing retailers Fashion Bug, conducted and hosted an effective career guidance program under its progressive ‘SisuDirimaga’ CSR program at Zahira College – Hambantota.

This education-oriented program was conducted for Tamil medium students and offered mentorship and career guidance support to help these school children make progressive life and career decisions in the future.

The conveyor of this event was professional counselor and Chairman of WinSYS Network Ziyam Abdeen.

Director of Fashion Bug Shabier Subian emphasised the importance of this event for school children and aspiring young adults. He also said: “Fashion Bug strives to give the best opportunity possible for the next generation to aspire in life by providing them with best guidance, support, and motivation needed. This is undoubtedly a golden opportunity for us to express a great sense of humanity to the society. Fashion Bug has continued to grow successfully and has not failed to demonstrate its outmost commitment to recognize the need to promote and support the future through ‘SisuDirimaga’ program which demonstrates Fashion Bug as a responsible corporate citizen.”

This exclusive career guidance program was attended by 200 students and was coordinated by the zonal education office of Hambantota. The newest initiative under Fashion Bug’s award-winning ‘SisuDiriMaga’ project has already helped over 12,000 students around Sri Lanka. This time the career guidance program under the ‘SisuDirimaga’ project was conducted exclusively for Tamil medium students at Zahira College, Hambantota.

Fashion Bug spends millions annually on various CSR projects that have been carried out around the island in various sectors, addressing different concerns from sports, education, health, public services, and beyond.


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