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PIM develops Central Finance executives

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PIM Director Prof. Ajantha S. Dharmasiri, faculty members, PIM, senior officials and participants of the Central Finance  

The Postgraduate Institute of Management (PIM), as the nation’s management mentor, is continuing its long-standing relationship with the Central Finance PLC; it inaugurated and tailored another Executive Development Programme (EDP) recently. There were over 100 participants, grouped under three parallel programs.  

PIM Director Prof. Ajantha S. Dharmasiri, who delivered the welcome address at the inauguration of the program reminisced the continued relationship the PIM had with the Central Finance PLC in the recent past for a number of training programs. Wasantha K. Senanayake, General Manager, HRD, Central Finance, remarked that they have embarked on the new series of EDPs with the PIM based on the positive impact the company had from the previous programs.  The new EDP designed by the PIM is aimed at providing a rich learning experience to help develop managerial competencies needed for sustenance, growth and development of the organisation in the long run.


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