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AAP graduation and awards ceremony on Saturday

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The Academy for Administrative Professionals (AAP) will observe its 13th Convocation Ceremony on 27 January 2018, at Galadari Hotel.  

The Chief Guest at this occasion will be Sunethra Nugawela, Executive Director whilst Prof. Carol Fonseka will be a Special Guest.

17 students have been qualified for graduation in Executive Secretary and Administrative Practice Diploma and Shorthand Foundation. Amongst the nominated awards Best Student, Attendance and Creativity Award awaits the deserving students. AAP also has taken initiative to recognise the Senior Citizens who have been in the field of secretarial administration with an Exemplary Life Time Award.

AAP has the unique distinction of being the first specialised academy in the field of Secretarial and Administration. In a life span of 13 years, the Institute has grown to prominence at national and international levels through the achievements made by its students and faculty. The institute has grown from three intakes last year and it will be doubled during this year.  

Amongst the new strategies, 2018 will be a remarkable year for AAP housing at sophisticated and spacious premises with state-of-the-art teaching equipment and methodologies. 

New premises will house courses for English, Office Communication, Soft skills development, language, Sinhala secretarial courses and more. AAP calendar 2018 comprises of series of seminars, national and religious events. In keeping to its prime motto Education and knowledge enhancement, Donation of a Library to a school in need as the Social Responsibility project and Tree Planting ceremony is the Go Green, environmental friendly project for the year. Membership to the academy is free of charge.  

AAP has coordinators in Australia, Bangkok, Brunei, Bangladesh, Canada, China, England, India, Japan, Kuwait, Maldives, Malaysia, Pakistan, and Taiwan.


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