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Capt. Ajith Peiris of CINEC Campus honoured with Lifetime Achievement at Business World Int’l Awards

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Capt. Ajith Peiris – Executive Chairman Ceyline Group and CINEC Campus was honoured with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award at the Business World International Awards, hosted by the Business World International Organization Ltd. (BWIO) on 21 June, for his extraordinary contribution to the maritime, shipping and education industries, locally and internationally for over three decades. In addition, CINEC Campus emerged Winner under the education sector (large category).

The Business World International Organization aims to recognise the success and vitality of the World Business sector. This unique annual awards program has been established specifically to acknowledge, encourage and celebrate excellence amongst businesses and community by giving them the opportunity to gain valuable exposure and well-deserved recognition for their ambitions.


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