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Mercury Institute of Management holds Awards Night


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The Mercury Institute of Management held its Awards Night 2017 at the BMICH on Wednesday 30 August. The Chief Guest was State Minister of Finance Eran Wickramaratne. Here, Rashmi Fernando is seen receiving her UK ACCA Affiliate award from the Minister in the presence of Mercury Institute of Management Managing Director Jeevith Shakespeare. Rashmi is the daughter of Capt. Rohith and Jacintha Fernando of Wellawatte.


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