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Nations Trust Bank empowers students with fully-equipped computer lab


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In an aim to improve the digital literacy in Sri Lanka, Nations Trust Bank continues its CSR focus to provide students with fully equipped computer labs. As the bank celebrates 20 years, the fully-equipped and refurbished computer lab was declared open on 1 August, at the C.W.W. Kannangara Vidyalaya in Borella. This marks the bank’s third such contribution and it aims to set up 20 ICT Labs by June 2020. 

The ceremonial opening of the ICT Lab was conducted by Chief Executive Officer Renuka Fernando, Deputy Chief Executive Officer Priyantha Talwatta, and other senior officials from Nations Trust Bank.


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