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Bitumix-Sisu Senehasa celebrates 5th successive year


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Scholarships winners

 

Bitumix-Sisu Senehasa Scholarship Program organised by Bitumix Group of Companies celebrated its fifth anniversary on a grand scale in Anuradhapura Corporative Auditorium. The scholarly program was graced by 75 student recipients with their guardians and parents. 

Bitumix-Sisu Senehasa Scholarship Program was launched on 9 October 2014 with a noble vision of Bitumix founder Ashoka Siriwardena who has a great mission to fulfil and be a pillar of strength to promising students keen on pursuing higher studies but are severely handicapped due to financial and family support constraints. 

Bitumix-Sisu Senehasa Scholarship Program at first identifies needy children through a tough screening process with the assistance of school and local government authorities and the especially handpicked lucky students become beneficiaries of this unique program from grade six till they pass out from the university. 

A committed team of dedicated staff members forming a monitoring committee supervises the progress of each student at every level and helps them overcome difficulties and continue with their studies at ease. Bitumix-Sisu Senehasa Scholarship Program with a worthy introduction of its noble mission ‘For those yearning for affection’, has at its base an immense task, that is to make all its recipients complete university education and become worthy citizens. 

Bitumix-Sisu Senehasa Scholarship Program is funded by Bitumix Group Members – Bitumix Ltd., Bitumix Exports Ltd., Lanka Roadkem Ltd., Wichy Coconuts Ltd., Wichy Beverages Ltd. and Apeiron Lanka Ltd., with Canadian Business Associates Jocelyn and Dale Kelly. Bitumix-Sisu Senehasa Scholarship Program plans to have a Medical Camp in March for all scholarship recipients.


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