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Academy for Administrative Professionals Graduation and Award Ceremony

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The Academy for Administrative Professionals Graduation and Award Ceremony was held at Galadari Hotel for the 13th consecutive year, followed by a gala dinner with the presence of the exclusive and eminent invitees. AAP Executive Director Sunethra Jayaratne Nugawela was the Chief Guest at the occasion. Students who have completed the Executive Secretary and Administrative Practice Diploma were awarded the certificates and awards by the Chief Guest Shankari Selvarajah. Amenda De Alwis won the Attendance Award and Kalpani Malaviratne was awarded the Creativity Award, whilst Shazeena Kamaldeen scored the highest marks of the batch. Students who have completed the Stenography Foundation Course also received their certificates at the occasion. The Exemplary Lifetime Award was a unique feature inaugurated by AAP, the first of its kind, in order to add value to the lives of senior citizens who have been rendering exemplary service to the secretarial and administrative profession. Diana Perera was honoured with this prestigious award. She was the unanimous choice of the Award Committee and successfully fulfilled the criteria laid down for the award. Diana is a Founder Member of AAP 

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