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SLT Human Capital Solutions rewards employees’ children with scholarships and school books


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  • Commemorates 8th Consecutive Donation Program

SLT Human Capital Solutions Ltd., a fully-owned subsidiary of Sri Lanka Telecom PLC engaged in providing human resources services, commemorated its annual event to award scholarships and distribute school books to employees’ children recently. Organised for the eighth consecutive year, the program is a joint effort between the management of SLT Human Capital Solutions and its Welfare Society. 

During the event held at the Guruge Nature Park, Ja-ela, 974 children of HCS staff members from Grade 1 to 13 received school books and instruments. Scholarships were also presented to students who had performed well at the 2017 Grade 5 Scholarship Examination and the 2016 GCE Ordinary Level and GCE Advanced Level Examinations. 

This annual ceremony is an HSC initiative to extend its support towards educating the next generation and motivating its staff. 

The Chief Guest for the event was Sri Lanka Telecom Group Chairman Kumarasinghe Sirisena. Senior management of HSC including SLT Human Capital Solutions Chief Executive Officer Roshan Kaluarachchi and other officials participated at the colourful event.

Addressing the gathering, Roshan Kaluarachchi said, “This important annual event in our calendar demonstrates our commitment towards HSC employees and their families that we value their contribution. The scholarships and school books donated today is to recognise and reward students so that they continue in their future development and advancement.

A series of entertainment activities was also organised for all the children who participated at the event.

 


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