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AAT Sri Lanka opens new branch in Kandy

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The opening of the AAT Sri Lanka Kandy branch, at No.788B, Peradeniya Road, Kandy took place recently, strengthening professional accountancy education in the royal city of the hill country. This new branch will offer students in Central Province a full range of products and services by the association, such as student guides, study texts and registration applications, etc.

The opening ceremony of the branch was graced by Central Province Deputy Director of Commerce Lieutenant Colonel Anura Abeywickrema as the Chief Guest, AAT Sri Lanka President Magdon Ismail, AAT Sri Lanka Vice President Sarathchandra Ilayperuma, AAT Governing Council Secretary Sunil Wanigabadu, and AAT Sri Lanka Chief Executive Officer Tishanga Kumarasinghe, among the distinguished invitees.

Further, there were representatives from all accredited education centres in Kandy, as it is a great opportunity to them to deal with all requirements related AAT Sri Lanka. There were many students, teachers and staff members at the event. The Kandy branch will be easy to approach for the students in Matale and Nuwara Eliya districts, and also in Mahiyanganaya and Mawanella.

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