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PIM unveils Professor Uditha Liyanage Memorial Library

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dfcvThe naming of the library of the Postgraduate Institute of Management (PIM) as the Professor Uditha Liyanage Memorial Library took place on 16 August as part of the second-year commemorative event for the late professor.  

As conceptualised by PIM Director Prof. Ajantha Dharmasiri, the best management library in Sri Lanka was appropriately named in honour of a great management legend in line with a rich academic tradition across the globe. 


The name board was jointly unveiled by the late professor’s mother Nanda Liyanage, spouse Sriyani Liyanage and daughter Chathurika Liyanage. This occasion was witnessed by a distinguished gathering including PIM staff, relatives of Prof. Liyanage and well-wishers. 



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