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NSBM, Hemas Manufacturing join hands for industry partnership


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NSBM Green University Town has taken another step to enhance its industry partnerships by joining hands with Hemas Manufacturing Ltd.

NSBM Green University Town Vice Chancellor Dr. E. A. Weerasinghe and Hemas Manufacturing Director - Human Resources Niranjan Perera signed and exchanged the MoUs for NSBM Industry Partnership Program at the NSBM Green University Town premises. This Industry Partnership enables NSBM to work closely with Hemas Manufacturing and on industry placements and joint projects for the undergraduates of NSBM.

Niranjan Perera, along with the other Hemas representatives, discussed about joint initiatives by Hemas and NSBM at this occasion. The parties have discussed about live projects for final year students of NSBM based on real life issues and personal development sessions for NSBM students. The objectives of these are to support future career development of NSBM undergraduates in seeking job opportunities, connecting with industry professionals and advancing their careers. NSBM ‘Industry Partnership Program’ is designed to optimize synergies among industry partners and NSBM in relation to entry level talent acquisition (internships/training), employer brand building, knowledge sharing, corporate brand building, special projects, incubation/entrepreneurship development and talent acquisition of fresh graduates.

NSBM Green University Town is a fully pledged university town built on a 26 acre premises at Homagama. It has over 9,000 on-campus students at the moment which will record the highest student population among the state and private universities by the end of the year 2018. NSBM offers UGC approved and foreign undergraduate and post-graduate programmes in three streams namely Business Management, Computing and Engineering. 

Hemas Manufacturing strives to enrich lifestyles via innovative, trusted and exceptional products that offer greater satisfaction in everyday use. It is a leader in the personal care sector. Hemas brands encompass a range of products from babies to adults in hair care, skin care, toiletries, fragrances and oral care. The company is a subsidiary of Hemas Holdings PLC which is a listed conglomerate in the Colombo Stock Exchange with a focus on fast moving consumer goods, healthcare, transportation and leisure.


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