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Combank sponsors Gold Medal for Best Performance in Uni. of Colombo Accounting degree


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Pictured here at the presentation of the sponsorship cheque are (from left) Department of Accounting Head Dr Tharusha Gooneratne and University of Colombo Faculty of Management and Finance Dean Dr Pradeep Dharmadasa, with Commercial Bank Deputy General Manager (Marketing) Hasrath Munasinghe, Commercial Bank Head of Operations Ms Priyanthi Perera

 

The Commercial Bank of Ceylon has come forward to recognise academic excellence in university education, by awarding a Gold Medal annually for the best performance in the Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting degree program of the University of Colombo.

The first ‘Commercial Bank of Ceylon PLC Gold Medal for the Best Performance in Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting’ is to be presented at this year’s convocation, to a student of the 2014 batch who obtains a First Class and gains the highest Grade Point Average (GPA).

The Gold medal will thereafter be awarded annually, and will be jointly awarded if more than one student is eligible, the Bank said. 

 


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