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Seminar on ‘Exploring New Ways of Working in Public Sector’ tomorrow


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The National Human Resources Development Council of Sri Lanka (NHRDC) together with Organization of Professional Associations (OPA) will organise a seminar titled ‘Exploring New Ways of Working in the Public Sector’ on 12 June at 6.00 p.m. at the Auditorium of OPA, 275/75, Prof. Stanley Wijesundara Mawatha, Colombo 07. 

Speaker of Parliament Karu Jayasuriya will be the Chief Guest and Former Minister of State for Higher Education Prof. Rajiva Wijesinha will deliver the keynote speech. The seminar will conclude with a panel discussion. A


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