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AAT Sri Lanka releases exam results


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Results of the January examinations of AAT Sri Lanka have been released 52 days since the examination. More than 1,000 students have passed AA3 level and qualified as passed finalists of AAT Sri Lanka. The results can be viewed on AAT Sri Lanka’s official website – www.aatsl.lk

C.S. Kuruppu, M.M.A. Sampath and W.V.K. Nadeeshani have been able to achieve the first in order of merit of levels AA1, AA2 and AA3 respectively. The certificate awarding ceremony for the Passed Finalists has been scheduled to be held in May at the BMICH. The details will be communicated to students in the due course.

AAT Sri Lanka has been engaged in professional accounting educational activities since 1987 to meet the demand for middle level accountants in Sri Lanka. It has rendered enormous service by producing personnel for financial management of organisations in industry and commerce both in the public and private sectors especially in Small and Medium size Enterprises. 

Over the years the association has expanded its wings and grown with branches throughout the country providing recognised professional members in all most all the sectors of the economy ensuring transparency, accountability and good-governance.


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