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EDEX Expo, the National Higher Education and Careers Expo, is now the single largest nationwide platform connecting Sri Lankan youth with options and opportunities in the post-secondary, graduate and postgraduate fields, and technical and vocational training leading to gainful employment. EDEX Expo 2018, which embraces the vision ‘To Empower Sri Lankan Youth to Be Globally Competitive,’ is the only mega exhibition on a national scale held in Sri Lanka in Colombo. The exhibition is being held at BMICH from 19 to 21 January. Premier Ranil Wickremesinghe was the Chief Guest, along with Minister of Education Akila Viraj Kariyawasam and Principal of Royal College B. A. Abeyratne at the opening ceremony held yesterday 

 


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