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NDB commemorates Poson Festival with Bakthi Geetha recital

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NDB commemorates the Poson Festival with a Bakthi Geetha Recital 

NDB’s Staff Recreational Club (NDBSRC) organised a Bakthi Geetha recital in commemoration of the Poson Festival. The recital was performed by the NDB staff members at the Nawam Mawatha head office premises. The music was directed and composed by renowned musician Visharada Tharanga Sampath Amarawansa.  The Bakthi Geetha recital was held under the patronage of NDB Director/Group CEO Dimantha Seneviratne, senior members of the management and staff who graced the event. Through the recital the bank commemorated the religious significance of the Poson Festival. The evening was then followed by refreshments for all who attended.

The NDB Staff Recreational Club often organises such events in order to encourage the bank’s employees, their spouses and families to be a part of the bank via its many recreation activities. The bank’s ultimate goal is to ensure employee satisfaction to the maximum.  

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