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Over 500 AAT students step forward as Passed Finalists


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The Passed Finalists Certificate Awarding Ceremony of the Association of Accounting Technicians of Sri Lanka (AAT Sri Lanka) was held on 6 March at the main hall of the BMICH. 

Nearly 550 passed finalists of AAT who had successfully completed the Final Level Examinations (AA3) along with the Talent Capstone in July 2017 were awarded certificates at this ceremony.

Education Minister Akila Viraj Kariyawasam graced the occasion as the Chief Guest while CA Sri Lanka President Jagath Perera attended the function as the Guest of Honour. In addition, AAT Sri Lanka President J.M.U.B. Jayasekara, members of the Governing Council of AAT, parents and well-wishers of the Passed Finalists attended the function.

AAT Sri Lanka has always been a major supporter of human resources by providing a sound professional foundation for the country’s students, and the contribution it has made toward the upliftment of professional middle level accountants over the past three decades has been commendable.

Out of many professional qualifications, AAT stands out as the best foundation that a future accountant can lay for his or her career. A lot of important information for students about AAT membership, the AAT Business School and the Achievers Network was also disclosed at this ceremony for the benefit of the young gathering.


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