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CINEC shines at Presidential Export Awards


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CINEC affirmed another milestone in the outstanding performance and academic excellence with the receipt of the Presidential Export Award in the Category of Education Services for the Year 2018 / 2019.  

The coveted award was received by the senior management of CINEC at a recently held ceremony at the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall (BMICH) under the patronage of President Maithripala Sirisena. 

Bestowed with the national recognition for exporters particularly in the service sector, CINEC is now privileged to use the award logo as a marketing tool for a three-year period, thus intends to further and promote its contribution to the education sector in exploring the global market. 

Established in 1990, maintaining a proven track record of achievement, CINEC has now grown from strength to strength.  As the leading and most diversified non-State higher educational training institute, it is now equipped with five fully fledged faculties to offer internationally recognised certificate courses, diplomas, degrees as well as postgraduate degrees from maritime to engineering, management, logistics, IT, aviation, education and languages. 

CINEC’s collaboration with well-established foreign universities, namely Dalian Maritime University in China, University of Wolverhampton, Solent University, University of Bedforshire and University of Salford in UK enables it to produce graduates for the global market. Further, the numerous degree programs approved by the University Grant Commission (UGC) have now become sought after for most of the programs have been developed as professional degrees.

CINEC has now taken a step forward in international recognition by undertaking the responsibility of the management of maritime programs at Fiji and Seychelles Maritime Training Institutes and the success of these programs conducted by CINEC overseas can be considered as clear evidence of the international standards it maintains. 

Leadership development is embedded throughout the programs enabling the student to graduate as a more effective communicator and leader. Student-led clubs and associations as well as opportunities for sports and recreation at CINEC equip the graduands with transferable skills facilitating the development of competencies needed in   the global workmanship. Further, well qualified professional lecture panel has been offered with in-service training programs for updating and upgrading knowledge and skills for them to meet the demands of the CINEC academic culture. 

Recognised as one of the best educational institutions in Sri Lanka, CINEC now attracts both local and foreign aspirants, ambitious in pursuing higher education in diversified fields. Equipped with many facilities, CINEC has already proved its ability and capacity to record a steady and sustainable growth and contribute to the international market and national economy. 

With the receipt of the Presidential Export Award in the Category of Education Services for the Year 2018/2019, it is now further encouraged and proud to declare its dedication and determination to perform better in the industry.


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