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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. 

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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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