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Career fair and career awareness program in Monaragala District

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National Human Resource Development Council of Sri Lanka (NHRDC) functioning under the Ministry of National Policies and Economic Affairs is organising its fourth Career Motivation and Career Fair Program for school leavers and job seekers in collaboration with Department of Manpower and Employment, TVEC, EFC and District Secretariat. The program will be held on 17 August at 9 a.m. onward at the Monaragala Library Auditorium. 

This event focuses on reducing the number of unemployed, facilitating job seekers to find work according to their professionalism, skills, talents and interests, helping the company to get qualified workforce, professional as per company requirement, etc. 

Relevant national and regional level industrial companies and relevant training institutions will be invited to the career fair program to fulfil demands and supply for the employability in different trades including:


  • Textiles and Garments
  • Auto Mobile
  • Hotel and Tourism
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Construction
  • Food technology
  • Electronic and Tele Communication Engineering

The job fair programs were already successfully conducted in Gampaha, Galle, Matale and Jaffna and more than 300 participants were recruited by the companies and thousands of students are following the certificate courses.

Mentor Dhanuka Srinama will deliver the speech on “career path direction” in the program and he will guide the participants; therefore don’t miss this priceless opportunity and utilise the maximum benefits.


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