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PIM showcases extraordinary managers at Annual Convocation


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The Postgraduate Institute of Management (PIM), the nation’s management mentor, presented another batch of 441 extraordinary managers at its latest convocation with the apt theme ‘Unleashing the Power to Lead,’ held recently at the BMICH. 

Siam City Cement PLC Executive Vice President and Siam City Cement Lanka Ltd. Director Marketing, Sales and Innovation Jan Kunigk, the Chief Guest at the convocation, delivered a fitting convocation address. 

The convocation was declared open by Chancellor, Most Ven. Ittapane Dhammalankara Thero. PIM Director Prof. Ajantha Dharmasiri read the names of the candidates. University of Sri Jayewardenepura Vice Chancellor Prof. Sampath Amarthunga and several deans as well as senior academics also participated in the proceedings that followed. 

The graduates who received postgraduate degrees inclusive of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and MBA were representing both private and public sectors inclusive of study groups from Colombo, Dubai and Doha. The Prof. Uditha Liyanage Gold Medal and Dr. Saman Kelegama Gold Medal were also presented for best performers in MBA general and MBA in taxation programs respectively.


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