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PIM alumni join hands with CIMA

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From left: PIM Management Consultant Samantha Ratnayake, PIM Director Prof. Ajantha Dharmasiri, PIMA President Dinesh Hamangoda, CIMA Country Manager Zahara Ansary and CIMA representative Vithushan Sivasubramaniam 

For the first time in history, PIMA partnered with the prestigious CIMA – the global leader in management accountancy, to promote CIMA qualification for the PIMA fraternity at a concessionary rate. Under this scheme, PIM graduates will qualify to have direct route access to the Management Case Study and Strategic Case Study, to obtain the prestigious CIMA qualification. PIMA-CIMA envisages great opportunities and many strategic joint ventures in future to create more collaborative value. PIMA President Dinesh Hamangoda and CIMA Sri Lanka Country Manager Zahara Ansary signed the PIMA-CIMA MOU at Postgraduate Institute of Management Colombo 8. 


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