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NHRDC ‘Rakiya Aruna’ program successfully concluded

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The National Human Resources Development Council of Sri Lanka held its popular ‘Rakiya Aruna’ program recently with the aim of assisting G.C.E. O/L and A/L school leavers identify vocational training opportunities and change their attitude towards employment in the private sector. The objective of this project is to provide information for the youth of the country about the vocational training opportunities and employment opportunities in the country.

This latest program was conducted on recently at Monaragala District Library Auditorium in Monaragala with the cooperation of Department of Manpower, Vocational Training Institutes, Ministry of Education, District Secretariats, and Divisional Secretariats. 16 companies in the private sector participated in this program. Out of 550 participants, about 65 were recruited by the companies others around 150 students register by the TVET Institutes. 

The leading companies such as MAS holdings, Dialog Axiata, John Keells, Ilukumbura Ltd., Janashakthi Insurance, Bright International, and Sri Lanka Bureau of Foreign Employment participated.

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