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CA Sri Lanka charters Rotaract Club for Chartered Accountants and CA students


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Rotary International President Ian Riseley congratulating the President of the new CA Sri Lanka Rotaract Club Dinushki Herat. Others from left: President of the Rotary Club of Colombo East Indrajith Fernando; Immediate Past President of CA Sri Lanka Lasantha Wickremasinghe; District Governor Ven. Dr. Bandagiriye Somawansa Thero, CA Sri Lanka’s former Council Member N.R. Gajendran and Chief Executive Officer Aruna Alwis 

 

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka) recently chartered a Rotaract Club for the benefit of its members and students in the presence of Rotary International President Ian Riseley, who was in Sri Lanka recently. 

The CA Sri Lanka Rotaract Club will bring together CA members and students to exchange ideas, develop their leadership and professional skills, while also taking the initiative to serve the community. 

The CA Sri Lanka Rotaract Club was launched following an initiative taken by the President of the Rotary Club of Colombo East, Indrajith Fernando, who is also a Past President of the institute. 

During the launch of the club, Immediate Past President of CA Sri Lanka Lasantha Wickremasinghe; President of the Rotaract Club Dinushki Heart; District Governor Ven. Dr. Bandagiriye Somawansa Thero, CA Sri Lanka’s former Council Member N.R. Gajendran and Chief Executive Officer Aruna Alwis were also present. 

Rotaract is a social organisation for young adults between the ages of 18 and 30 aimed at providing a platform for these young professionals to advance their career while instilling the service ideals of Rotary, while also encouraging the occupational excellence of the rotary movement. The CA Sri Lanka Rotaract Club was launched to cater to the members and students of the institute in fulfilling the Rotary movement objective. 

The Executive Committee for the new Rotaract Club of CA Sri Lanka consists of President Dinushki Herat, Secretary Kushnara Herath, Treasurer  Shezmina Sherriffdeen, Editor Omardeen Azardeen  and 

Sergeant-at-arms Shenuka Yatagama. 


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